1. European artificial intelligence leaders meet at the UPC in Barcelona to promote the use of this technology in the EU

    This meeting marks the starting point of the AI4EU project, which receives €20 million euros in funding from the European Commission and has 79 partners from 21 countries, among them 60 leading research centres. The objective is to provide users...
  2. Barcelona will be the European capital of urban mobility, with the UPC as one of the key technological partners

    The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) has chosen the MOBILus consortium, led by the city of Barcelona and co-partnered by the UPC, to develop one of its innovation communities, in the field of urban mobility.
  3. A student at the UPC’s Barcelona School of Telecommunications has discovered the first resolved triple white dwarf system ever reported

    While doing his bachelor’s thesis, the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC) student Martí Perpinyà found the first resolved triple white dwarf system, based on data from the Gaia spacecraft. This is the first triple system of...
  4. An international project to share and reuse cancer data at a global level

    Barcelona Supercomputing Center-Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC) is coordinating the EUCANCan project, which will foster the reuse of genomic oncology data to improve biomedical research. The project, which was launched in Barcelona on 11...
  5. The EIT Innovation Community in Urban Mobility is presented in Brussels

    On 24 January the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) presented in Brussels the EIT Innovation Community in Urban Mobility, headquartered in Barcelona, with the UPC as one of its technology partners.
  6. Mohanad Harba: "Studying at the UPC is an excellent opportunity for my career."

    Mohanad Harba is one of the 18 young refugees from Lebanon who have resumed their studies in Catalan universities in the 2018-2019 academic year thanks to the host programme for refugee students of the Generalitat of Catalonia, with the support of...
  7. Margaret Hamilton: “I have learned to always ask myself why and to foresee the unexpected”

    The experience of programming the software that allowed the Apollo 11 mission to land on the Moon 50 years ago “was at least as exciting as the events surrounding the mission.” This is how systems engineer Margaret Hamilton described her experience...

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