I3A - Instituto de Investigación en Ingeniería de Aragón

Research Groups

The Aragon Institute of Engineering Research (I3A) is structured from the beginning in research groups. Within this context, the groups behave as operational research units with autonomous operation, a strong thematic specialization and an objective based on the search for excellence in its own field of research and technology transfer. At the moment the I3A has 33 groups working in different leading research lines.

  • Advanced Interfaces Resarch Group
  • AMB
    Applied Mechanics and Bioengineering
  • Biomedical Signal Interpretation and Computational Simulation
  • Communication Networks and Information Technologies
  • Computer Science for Complex System Modeling
  • Catalysis, Molecular Separations & Reactor Engineering Group
  • Grupo de I+D en Computación Distribuida
  • Group of Applied Thermodynamics and Surfaces
  • GAZ
    Computer Architecture Group
  • GBM
    Biomaterials Group
  • GDE
    Group of Electronic Design
  • Group of Power Electronics and Microelectronics
  • Manufacturing Engineering and Advanced Metology Group
  • Graphics and Imaging Lab
  • Thermal Engineering and Energy Systems
  • GPT
    Thermo-Chemical Processes Group
  • GTF
    Photonic Technologies Group
  • University Analytical Research Group
  • Human OpenWare Research Lab
  • Advanced Information Systems Lab.
  • Research & Development in Ergonomics
  • Interactive Systems, Adaptivity, Autonomy and Cognition Laboratory
  • Multiscale in Mechanical and Biological Engineering
  • Rapid Analysis Methods using Spectroscopic Techniques
  • Robotics, Perception and Real Time Group
  • SID
    Distributed Information Systems
  • Taller de inyección de la industria de los plásticos
  • TME
    Group of Tissue Microenvironment
  • TOL
    Laser & Optical Technologies
  • UIF
    Physiotherapy Research Unit
  • New technologies for vehicles and automotive safety
  • Voice Input Voice Output Laboratory
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