I3A News

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
Students from different countries have participated in this research project of the M2BE group, an Innovative Training Networks action
During six months, 10 students will be part of the Aragón Institute of Engineering Research, tutored by a researcher, within their Master's Final Project
The computational method in which the BSiCoS research group works has been recognized at the international congress Computing in Cardiology
Researchers from the I3A, at the University of Zaragoza, have been working for a year on a project that will provide transparency and automate the current system
This is one of the actions of the European project Trafair, in which they work to understand traffic flows and improve air quality
The European Union, through Marie Curie grants, supports new creative and innovative research projects to transfer knowledge and ideas to the society.
Promoted by the HowLab research group of the I3A, it predicts the availability and quality of groundwater, through scientific knowledge based on the union of hydrogeological physical models with advanced technologies
The Computer Architecture Group of I3A launches this citizen science project with the Ibercivis Foundation, funded by the FECYT
During six months, they will be part of the Aragón Engineering Research Institute, tutored by a researcher, within their Master's Final Project
The objective has been to solve the “sticky client” problem: a wifi device remains connected to a router, missing the opportunity to connect to a closer one, which would provide a better coverage