The BISITE Research Group offers 2 postdoc fellowships in the framework of the prestigious Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions of the European Commission.
Luis Gomes has defended his PhD thesis entitled “Microgrid Intelligent management systems based on a multi-agent approach and the active participation of end-users" and supervised by Sara Rodríguez González and Juan M. Corchado, professors from the BISITE Research Group.
Sergio Miguel Tomé has just received funding from the prestigious Marie Curie Global Fellowship programme to launch a project, under the supervision of Professor Juan M. Corchado, in the BISITE research group at the University of Salamanca and the State University of New York Health Science Centre at Brooklyn with the collaboration of Professor Herman Moreno, to advance the understanding of the extracellular space (ES) of the brain.
Do you want to start your PhD? Do you have a good CV? If the answer is Yes, this is your opportunity! We would like to offer you the possibility of joining a multidisciplinary and inter-university research group, with more than 70 members (including two post-doc Marie Curie fellows that now work with us).
Nuestro compañero Yeray Mezquita participa en diferentes proyectos del grupo BISITE, relacionados con la tecnología blockchain, a la vez, que desarrolla su tesis doctoral en este mismo ámbito.
Nuestra investigadora Marie Curie, Denisa Kera, fue invitada por la Universidad de Bremen (Universität Bremen, Alemania) y el Centro de Estudios de Medios y Comunicación en el ZeMKI.
Our director Juan Manuel Corchado and Pablo Chamoso published a new article in the Processes journal. Other contributors include Sigeru Omatu, professor at the Osaka Institute of Technology and Technical Advisor for Promoting IoT Technologies at the IoT Digital Innovation Hub, as well as other distinguished professors.
BISITE researcher, Denisa Kera, presented the possibilities of AI and blockchain technologies at EAT - BIOTOPIA Festival exploring the themes of Food, Health and Sustainability that took place in Munich on May 26, 2019.
BISITE will take part in the Summer of Code in Space (SOCIS) program organized by the European Space Agency that focuses on bringing student developers into open source software development for space applications.