Projects

EU marine robots General Assembly takes place at IFREMER

IFREMER (Institut français de recherche pour l’exploitation de la mer) is one of the 15 partners that compose the consortium of EU marine robots (EUMR) H2020 infrastructure project. The Unit for Underwater Systems provides technical systems and related services for the scientific exploration of the deep ocean. The unit englobes 40 technicians, engineers and researchers in a wide scope of skills in underwater technology.   The project team gathered at…

First Meeting of the Eurofleets+ project in Galway

First Meeting of the Eurofleets+ project in Galway, Ireland EUROFLEETS+ is an H2020 project funded under the Infrastructures initiative, coordinated by the Marine Institute that brings together a significant group of key marine research actors in Europe, North America and Oceania.   The EurofleetsPlus project will facilitate open access to an integrated and advanced research vessel fleet, designed to meet the evolving and challenging needs of the user community. European…

InventEUrs finalitza amb la creació d’una plataforma col·laborativa entre escoles d’arreu del món

GlobalChangemakers és una plataforma que permet crear connexions entre mestres de diferents escoles llançada en el marc del projecte de recerca. Més de mil nens i nenes ja l’utilitzen per realitzar intercanvis culturals i crear conjuntament històries digitals sobre la sostenibilitat. El projecte també ha generat un MOOC per a mestres.   Els dies 21 i 22 de febrer ha tingut lloc a la Universitat de Girona (UdG) l’última reunió…

SERAM 2018: ViCOROB team represented at Biotechnology and Computing Session

Last month, three members of VICOROB attended to the 34th National Congress of the Spanish Society of Medical Radiology SERAM and presented 3 oral and 3 poster presentations. This event represented a great opportunity to show part of the most recent research works in breast and brain imaging developed at the institute: breast parenchyma enhancement automated classification methods, image analysis tools to improve breast cancer diagnosis or deep learning approaches…

EU Marine Robots Kick Off meeting takes place in Porto

The EUMR Kick Off Meeting was successfully completed in Porto, Portugal on the 1st and 2nd of March, 2018. The meeting facilitated partner introductions and allowed a detailed examination of all project future activities and goals.   During the two day meeting, partners had the opportunity to discuss various topics, including project objectives, the governance structure, milestones, management processes and tools, project roadmap and partners responsibilities.   This meeting was…

SEDIN KICK-OFF MEETING, Athens , Greece

On the 1st and 2nd of February 2018, UdigitalEdu attended to the kick-off meeting of a new project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme (KA3 – Social Inclusion) through the Education, Culture and Audiovisual Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Commission.     The project called “SEDIN: Creative methods for successful inclusion in multicultural schools” is coordinated by Action Synergy SL, from Greece and is composed by seven countries: Greece, Italy,…

STRONGMAR winter school takes place in Girona

Last week, from 17 to 21st of October, took place in Girona the STRONGMAR winter school on “Underwater Vision and Robotics”. In the framework of this twinning action, EC funded, that aims to enhance the scientific and technological capacity of INESC TEC and linked institutions in research, such training activities are a key for success.   Our team shared its knowledge on the topics of underwater vision and path planning….

EXCELLABUST project meeting at Breaking the Surface 2016 in Croatia

Laboratory for Underwater Systems and Technologies (LABUST) at the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical and Engineering (UNIZG-FER) in Croatia positioned itself in the last years as the regional leader in marine robotics: LABUST has the required technologies, people, infrastructure, and experience in field experiments.   What LABUST is missing is research excellence that will allow it to fully exploit and bring available resources to a level compatible with internationally…