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University of Salamanca

Street
Patio de Escuelas, 1
ZIP Code
37008
City
Salamanca
Country
Spain


Company Profile:
Located in Salamanca, in the region of Castilla y León, University of Salamanca is one of the oldest Universities in Europe (est. 1218) and is within the 15 first public universities of the country in the matter of research. It boasts a wide range of faculties and research institutions in sciences and humanities. Our research groups are involved in many research contracts and technical assistance for businesses (University manages around 2 m Euros each year) and they also participate regularly in European IRD Framework programmes and are currently involved in over twenty projects.
Profiltitel

Agents and Multi-agent Systems

What we offer:
Multi-agent systems will be one of the landmark technology in computer science of the years to come that will broaden the spectrum of our computer applications. Agents are software entities that carry out operations on behalf of a user or another program with some degree of autonomy, and in so doing, employ some knowledge or representation of the user’s goals or desires.
Agents are adequate for developing applications in dynamic and flexible environments. Many new technical systems are distributed systems and involve complex interaction between humans and machines, which notably reduce their usability. Thanks to the contribution from agent based computing is obtained benefits like methods for optimal distribution task, evaluation and visualization of systems or for training future users of distributed systems.
BISITE group is developing new methods and platforms that allows construction, simulation and analysis of agents.

What are we looking for:
We are interest in signing collaborative agreements, licence agreements, formation of consortia for joint filing in European prorgrammes etc...

Responsible

Ms Silvia Romo

OTRI-Universidad de Salamanca
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Ambient Intelligence based systems

What we offer:
Ambient Intelligence (AmI) is an emerging multidisciplinary area based on ubiquitous computing which influences the design of protocols, communications, systems, devices, etc. Ambient Intelligence proposes new ways of interaction between people and technology, making it suited to the needs of individuals and the environment that surrounds those. Ambient Intelligence tries to adapt the technology to the people’s needs by proposing three basic concepts: ubiquitous computing, ubiquitous communication and intelligent user interfaces.

What are we looking for:
The BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca can help you in the design and development processes to achieve the best results on every project.
We are interest in signing collaborative agreements, licence agreements, formation of consortia for joint filing in European prorgrammes etc

Responsible

Ms Silvia Romo

OTRI-Universidad de Salamanca
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Wireless Sensor Networks and Real-Time Locating Systems

What we offer:
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) allow us to obtain information about the environment and act on this, expanding users' capabilities and automating daily actions. One of the most interesting applications for WSNs is indoor Real-Time Locating Systems (RTLSs).
There are several wireless technologies used by indoor RTLSs, such as RFID, Wi-Fi, UWB and ZigBee. However, independently of the technology used, it is necessary to establish mathematical models (i.e. locating techniques) that allow determining the position of a person or object based on the signals recovered by the sensors infrastructure.
The BISITE Research Group of the University of Salamanca can help you choose the technology and locating techniques that best suits your needs.

What are we looking for:
We are interest in signing collaborative agreements, licence agreements, formation of consortia for joint filing in European prorgrammes etc

Responsible

Ms Silvia Romo

OTRI-Universidad de Salamanca
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Sequencing Analysis

What we offer:
Advances in genetic sequencing have made it possible to carry out massive sequencing and to perform studies on genetic sequencing in multiple patients. Information analysis requires the use of distributed computing systems to best engage the process of data analysis. The BISITE research group develops a multiagent system that incorporates GRID technology to facilitate distributed data analysis by dynamically incorporating the roles associated to each specific case study. The multiagent system integrates agents to manage the roles in the case study that is being carried out.
The BISITE Research Group can help on detecting relevant patterns and mutations within the sequence data taken from patient samples.

What are we looking for:
We are interest in signing collaborative agreements, licence agreements, formation of consortia for joint filing in European prorgrammes etc

Responsible

Ms Silvia Romo

OTRI-Universidad de Salamanca
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Anlysis of aCGH

What we offer:
Array-based comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH), also called microarray analysis, is a new cytogenetic technology that evaluates areas of the human genome for gains or losses of chromosome segments at a higher resolution than traditional karyotyping. Managing these types of arrays is relevant to the detection of alterations associated to genes, proteins and diseases associated to different types of pathologies. The BISITE research group has develops the VisualCGH tools. VisualCGH is a software for the visual analysis of aCGH. Its primary characteristic is the ease of interaction between the user and the elements represented.
The BISITE Research Group can help on detecting relevant patterns and mutations within the aCGH taken from patient samples.

What are we looking for:
We are interest in signing collaborative agreements, licence agreements, formation of consortia for joint filing in European prorgrammes etc

Responsible

Ms Silvia Romo

OTRI-Universidad de Salamanca
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