CiTIUS participates in this competition, known as the 'Eurovision' of Artificial Intelligence
The CiTIUS researcher has just won the Prize for the best PhD Thesis in the first edition of this award, promoted by the Area of Valorisation, Transfer and Entrepreneurship of the USC.
CiTIUS actively participates in this joint initiative with the Galician delegation of the festival as the architect of the technological part.
David Chapela, Efrén Rama and Pedro Gamallo receive the awards for best thesis, best work of the conference and best predoctoral work in the latest edition of the annual meeting of the Society of Software Engineering and Software Development Technologies (SISTEDES), held in Ciudad Real.
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 two European research networks coordinated by CiTIUS will coincide in a meeting between 18 and 22 September.
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.
We are looking for talented and motivated developers, artists, scientists, and researchers to join our laboratory
CiTIUS Researchers Alejandro Catalá and Manuel Lama Penín attended yesterday the launch meeting of the new European project 'AQUATECHInn', funded by the Erasmus+ programme.