The University of Salamanca, in its intention to retain talent and broaden employment horizons, continues to provide its students and graduates with opportunities. Through the BISITE Research Group, hundreds of young people are already part of national and international projects related to disruptive technologies.

In this case, USAL's Electronics Department has a new staff member to work on the technical and programming aspects of different initiatives. She is Trinidad Burs, a graduate in Electronic Engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina and a student of the Master's Degree in Intelligent Systems at the University of Salamanca.

She is particularly interested in programming and is part of several projects in collaboration with large entities such as Iberdrola. One such project is Edge Power Meter, which seeks to develop and test a set of edge nodes with the aim of redefining the monitoring and management of energy consumption at the hardware layer. The goal is to optimise energy use, reduce costs and increase the efficiency of electrical systems, all the while minimising environmental impact. The project combines the power of edge computing, artificial intelligence and the internet of things (IoT) to create a new generation of energy meters.

If you would like to acquire skills in innovative technologies which will help you in your career and professional development, you can enrol in the postgraduate courses offered by BISITE and the University of Salamanca: Master's Degree in Digital Animation, Master's Degree in Blockchain and Smart Contracts and Master's Degree in Digital Transformation.

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