Eva Cernadas, researcher linked to the Singular Research Centre on Intelligent Technologies (CiTIUS), proposes a series of workshops for schools because of the celebration of 11F, the Day of Women and Girls in Science. Interested teachers can register for free on the workshop website to access its contents.
The jury highlights the center's role as an "international benchmark in Artificial Intelligence" and awards it this prestigious prize, which in this edition has also recognized individuals and institutions with equally exceptional trajectories, such as Nadia Calviño or the Paideia Foundation, chaired by Sandra Ortega.
CiTIUS will host a prestigious IEEE international summer school in June 2024, involving key partners such as the European and US space agencies (ESA - NASA).
The resolution of the 'Chip Chairs' grant program, made public through the Secretariat of State for Telecommunications and Digital Infrastructures, acknowledges the new project from the USC centre, a multidisciplinary proposal involving scientific and technological leaders in Microelectronics and Semiconductors.
The Research Centre on Intelligent Technologies of the USC will host next September the 6th International Workshop on Computational Sensing Theory and its Applications in Radar, Multimodal Sensing and Imaging (CoSeRa 2024).
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation has just released the list of Spanish universities that will receive funding for University-Company Chairs of Artificial Intelligence, among which the university-business chair of USC and Plexus Tech, led by CiTIUS, stands out.
Calls open for the 50th Edition of the ECAI Conference ('European Conference on Artificial Intelligence')
The researcher collected the award during the annual meeting of the European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology, in recognition of the predoctoral work carried out entirely at USC’s research centre. It is the second time that this European Association has prized a CiTIUS thesis, after the award to Alejandro Ramos in 2016.
The city will become the world capital of AI during the celebration of ECAI 2024 next year. This week, CiTIUS hosts the launch meetings between the organization's top officials and the president of the European Association for Artificial Intelligence (EurAI), with which the countdown begins for the celebration of this exceptional event, one of the most important in the world in its field.