If we move back in time to the first industrial revolution, between the years 1760 and 1830, we realize that this movement laid the foundations for today’s commerce, transport and communications. This revolution provided our society with many social, cultural and economic benefits.

After several centuries, the fourth industrial revolution has come about with unimaginable developments. Advanced human knowledge and the use of technologies are producing significant changes in manufacture.


Those who specialize in a technology related discipline enjoy a wide range of employment opportunities, both at home and abroad. Companies have an especially high demand for such professionals and they tend to offer employment to a large number of candidates. However, some of today’s most essential professions are hard to find on the market. Among the companies’ most needed profiles are IoT (Internet of things), Big data and Internet security experts.

Have you finished your PhD? Do you have a good CV, a strong research, did you receive any awards? If the answer is Yes, this is your op portunity! We would like to offer you the possibility of joining a multidisciplinary and inter-university research group, with more than 70 members (awarded with three post-doc Marie Curie positions in the last three calls)


The duty of our organizations and universities is to provide solutions to the problems that surround us.  Improving the quality of life of dependent people or making development and manufacturing sustainable, are just a few of the challenges we are firmly committed to resolving. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programmes and initiatives are implemented to make these changes possible.


The University of Salamanca will host an Internet of Things (IoT) and Blockchain workshop on Thursday 15 February, starting at 3 p.m. It will take place in the R+D+I Building and is aimed at students and members of traditional SMEs who wish to incorporate these technologies into their production processes. This workshop is part of the Interreg PocTep IOTEC Project "Building Technological Capacities in Industrial Applications of the Internet of Things", financed by the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) under the Interreg V-A Spain-Portugal 2014-2020 (PocTep) program. 


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