TRAFAIR, a new project to study the impact of traffic on air quality

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A new European consortium composed of nine organizations from Spain and Italy will develop innovative solutions to analyze the variability in traffic flows. The purpose is to offer citizens and administrations a robust, fast and reliable estimate of pollution levels and quality air.

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Galician Public Healthcare System bets on ‘Calendula’

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Xunta de Galicia has officially announced the signature of a new agreement including its Health Department, the Galician Healthcare System (SERGAS) and the University of Santiago de Compostela.

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CiTIUS scientists develop the world’s most accurate method for the interpretation of the electrocardiogram

The new algorithm improves every technique developed so far, and it has already attracted the attention of MIT researchers, who have used it with real data from 50.000 heart patients.

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The CiTIUS attracts one of the 4 Young Researchers IT grants given by the Spanish Ministry of Economy, Industry and Competitiveness

CiTIUS postdoctoral researcher Juan Carlos Vidal obtains the necessary funding to develop the e-Health project ‘RECARGA’ throughout the next three years.

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CiTIUS researcher Tomás F. Pena, new Associated Editor of IEEE Journal ‘Transactions on Computers’

Appointed as a ‘Multimedia Editor’, he will take charge of producing a video with every monthly issue to introduce the most relevant paper

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Two spinoffs from Campus Vida get involved at Barcelona Mobile World Congress 2016

Situm Technologies and MD.Use Innovative Solutions, founded by USC Singular Research Centers Network researchers, showed their potential in one of the biggest international technologic showcase.

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A new CiTIUS tool speeds up DNA sequencing through Big Data Technologies

Researchers from CiTIUS and FPGMX (Fundación Pública Galega de Medicina Xenómica) develop the BigBWA solution, a tool aimed to reduce dramatically the execution times of Burrows-Wheeler Aligner (BWA), a reference software in genomics.

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A CiTIUS research will improve 3D Medical Imaging processing

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Common medical procedures, as magnetic resonance or computer tomography, are only two particular examples of hospitals’ daily routine. The development of these and other diagnostic tools has allowed medical professionals to access to new and very valuable information for the diagnostic process. But in order to get the most of the data, results should be […]

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In the laboratory with… Dora Blanco Heras, a teacher at the USC and a CITIUS researcher

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Name and surname(s): Dora Blanco Heras Post / Research Group: Tenured University Lecturer / the Computer Architecture Group Institution: CITIUS

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The CITIUSreceiveth him teacher, Paulo Quaresma, who will give a lecture entitled “Approach to question-answering systems”

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Paulo Quaresma, Assistant Professor and researcher at the Universtiy of Évora (Portugal), will be visiting the CiTIUS next month (on July 8th), to give a lecture about his research in the field of Natural Language Processing, including symbolic and combined approaches,  and automatic learning. The conference will take place on July 8, in the auditorium of […]

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