I3A News

The prototype has been created within the LIFE ZeroEnergyMod project, winner in Spain of the Energy Globe World Award, the most recognised environmental award in the world and one of the five finalists at international level
Pablo Bañares Suescun, a graduate in Industrial Technologies, won this year's award for Best Master's Thesis for his ‘Study of the combustion of hydrogen-methane mixtures in partial premix burners’.
The grant package comes from the Ministry for Digital Transformation and the Civil Service, through the NextGenerationEU Funds of the Recovery Plan.
The European project 4D PICTURE investigates so that the oncology patient arrives at shared decision-making moments with the best information and for this it is necessary to know their experience during treatment.
Two balloons with citizen science experiments travelled 120km from Calamocha to the Sierra de Alcubierre. The first one reached 32,251 metres and the second one 32,658 metres.
His thesis focuses on the development of mathematical models to simulate cell adaptation in tumour evolution, in particular for glioblastoma, a tumour with a very low survival rate.
The I3A Unizar's Robotics group and researchers from Stanford University have developed a cinematic system that opens up new opportunities in cinema and autonomous recording systems.
Co-funded by the European Union and the EIP, it involves the I3A Unizar together with research groups and companies from Finland, Sweden and the United States.
Researchers from I3A Unizar will lead the ENIA Chair, awarded by the Ministry for Digital Transformation and the Civil Service, together with the ESI Group and L' École Nationale Supérieure d' Arts et Métiers de Paris.
30% of girls with cancer later have problems becoming mothers. The TME Lab research group, with funding from Aspanoa through its chair with the University, wants to improve the technique of ovarian tissue preservation.
The five students, members of the I3A's Energy and CO2 research group, awarded €12,000 and Repsol grants for their innovative proposal to decarbonise the steel industry through biomass and power-to-gas.
They presented some of the actions that have led to the transfer of research results to society and the social robot that is part of the PLEISAR project they have just launched.
Zaragoza hosts an international meeting to show how computer science methods help solve them and research evidence on digital devices.
His most recent studies include the characterisation of nanoparticles and microplastics, the evaluation of mercury contamination and research into therapies for the treatment of cancer.
A study by the I3A's Optical Laser Technology group highlights the usefulness of holographic sensors for measuring concentrations in foods such as ethanol in alcoholic beverages and acetic acid in vinegars.
This technology makes it possible to evaluate the efficacy of drugs in biological models that represent at the microscale the conditions under which a tumour develops in the human body.
The campaign "I am a Scientist. I live in your neighbourhood" campaign of the Scientific Culture Unit of the University of Zaragoza reaches its fourth edition to reflect the work of female researchers and does so through 11 of them.
With the collaboration of the Chairs of Industrial Transformation and URBASER, twelve students will be able to carry out a five-month internship at the I3A, as part of their Master's Thesis, tutored by permanent members of the Institute.
It is part of the Plan for Economic Recovery, Transformation and Resilience (PERTE) of critical sectors for the future.
The I3A Unizar researcher, Mario Morales, is part of the team that has achieved one of the 75 projects of the INCITE programme of the US Department of Energy.
The platform integrates technologies such as artificial intelligence, IoT and big data for real-time management.
To dispel the uncertainties that often surround the path after the PhD and to strengthen future prospects, students from the BSICoS research group of the I3A organised the "Life after PhD" conference
The 1st Spin Transfer Programme recognises the VASTO and Endomapper projects, led by researchers José Manuel García Aznar and José María Martínez Montiel.
The IAAA group received the Science and University Transfer to Business award, a runner-up prize in the Young Research Talent category went to Inés Mármol and another in the Research and Future category to Jaime Ibáñez's ECHOES project.
The Thermochemical Processes Group (GPT) is part of this network which includes 14 research groups from different Spanish universities and one from the CSIC-UPV working to change the use of waste and the generation of energy.
The Fluids and Energy Engineering Laboratory of the I3A Unizar has developed more than 150 research projects in the fields of combustion, energy generation and industrial fluid dynamics.
I3A researcher in the Tissue Microenvironment group (TME Lab), the entity has valued his contributions to the promotion of research and his commitment to excellence in science and technology.
Experts in information systems will meet from 13 to 15 November at a conference on knowledge representation, natural language processing and machine learning, disciplines with an impact on everyday life.