I3A News

A line of research that seeks innovative solutions based on the analysis of routinely collected data from patients with cardiomyopathies and infarction.
The GITSE research group of the I3A starts a new project on ecological and digital transition.
Victoria Mingote, a young researcher at the I3A, receives the IberSpeech 2022 prize for the best thesis and the Speech Technologies Thematic Network prize for the best article.
Manuel Silva Suárez died yesterday in Zaragoza. He devoted 43 years to teaching and research and stood out for his humanist and social facet.
From Wednesday 23rd to Friday 25th, the Aragonese capital will host the 5th Iberian Robotics Congress, where the latest lines of research and ongoing projects will be presented.
The Aragon Institute for Engineering Research (I3A) and the Aragon Institute for Health Research (IIS) share their projects and lines of work at a conference held at the CIBA.
The researcher Julia Ramírez, receives the Young Research Talent award, a runner-up in this category was Beatriz Moya and the CREG group received the Transfer to Business award.
Driven by the IDERGO research group, they have created a digital tool based on motion capture to reduce joint injuries in workers.
Researchers from the Cima University of Navarra in collaboration with groups from the I3A design microtissues that for the first time are capable of simulating the behaviour of artificial cardiac tissue.
Two large helium balloons rose to the stratosphere, up to more than 25,000 metres and reached the Hoya de Huesca, allowing data to be taken from various scientific experiments.
The Annual Conference on Automatics awards this prize to Carlos Campos, for the work carried out in the RoPeRT group of the I3A.
Elías Cueto, appointed Fellow of the International Association for Computational Mechanics. He is deputy director of the I3A, is part of the AMB research group and is the president of the Spanish Society of Computational Mechanics and Engineering.
On Friday 30th, seven I3A research groups joined this European initiative that takes place at the University of Zaragoza and the CaixaForum.
The study has been developed by an international team coordinated by I3A researcher Julia Ramirez, published in the Journal of the American Heart Association and recently presented at the Congress of the European Society of Cardiology.
The I3A's Circular Economy Lab researches energy and environment, hydrogen technologies, recycling and reuse of waste, packaging and food safety and agri-food technologies.
The I3A researcher, belongs to the M2BE (Multiscale in Mechanical and Biological Engineering) group. Full professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Zaragoza, is the only Spaniard who, right now, is part of the World Council of Biomechanics.
The Eurographics Association recognizes his pioneering scientific contributions throughout his professional career and his service to the research community
More than 30 researchers, connected through the Industry 4.0 Laboratory, face the challenges of digital transformation to provide solutions from science to the needs of industry
Researchers from the I3A and the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Zaragoza are working on a project with researchers from the ONCE University School of Physiotherapy
This distinction recognizes his contributions to simultaneous localization and mapping with visual sensors
Graduated in Computer Engineering from the University of Zaragoza and Master in Computer Science from the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg, she is doing her doctorate at the I3A
The SCAMA project has been developed by the IDERGO research group of the Aragon Engineering Research Institute
The GATHERS research group has been responsible for conducting research on crops, extraction and separation of active components and verifying the effectiveness of technologies that use supercritical CO2 in this area, as well as determining the carbon foo
Eduardo Moya and Carlos Sagüés, researchers from the Robotics, Perception and Real Time Group (RoPeRT), awarded for their article published in the journal IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics
The BRAV3 project, funded by the European Commission, combines cell therapy and bioengineering to design a biological device capable of giving the heart a second chance
The Aragon Institute of Engineering Research (I3A) brings together in one of its Cutting-Edge Laboratories the research lines of 9 research groups
Ten of them are among the 2% of the most influential scientists in the world in their research career as well as among the most influential in 2019
The Aragon Institute of Engineering Research promotes its activity with the creation of laboratories in virtual reality, circular economy, appliance technologies, photonics, artificial intelligence, industry 4.0 and personalized medicine