Departamento de electronica Universidad de Alcala

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The GEINTRA research group (the acronym follow the name of the group in Spanish: Electronic Engineering Applied to Intelligent Spaces and Transport Group) is an officially recognized group by the University of Alcala (reference CCTT2006/R37), that is composed by 23 faculty members (all of them PhD) and several hired researchers associated to different research projects and university programs.



Posted by katia.cela on Monday, 15 January 2018 - 8:31am

La inscripción puede realizarse gratuitamente en la web del II Desafío ASTI ROBOTICS
Las fases previstas del Desafío son las siguientes:
• 1ª FASE | 12 Febrero 2018: Cierres de Inscripciones.
• 2ª FASE | 12 Febrero 2018: Presentación del diseño del robot.
• 3ª FASE | 12 Marzo 2018: Presentación del prototipo.
• 4ª FASE | 12 Mayo 2018: Torneo Final del Desafío ASTI Robotics.

Posted by katia.cela on Friday, 3 November 2017 - 11:37am

Research Thematic Network on Smart Cities

Posted by jesus.urena on Wednesday, 25 February 2015 - 5:10pm

Ahí va un enlace:

Posted by javier.macias on Tuesday, 8 July 2014 - 12:24pm

I'm pleased to announce that we have a new section in our Web page devoted to promoting open source initiaves within our Group.

Mario Manzano and Felipe Espinosa and  are the first ones in contributing their software to the community, but I encourage you all to also add your nice pieces of software and/or data to this section (if you are interested, please drop me a note).


Posted by jose.velasco on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 - 1:15pm

Stanford University offered three of their most popular computer science courses to the public this fall, online for free. The courses were so popular that Stanford’s doing it again in January.

This time they’re offering 7 computer science courses:

Posted by javier.macias on Thursday, 16 September 2010 - 9:02pm

Hay una herramienta en web que nos puede ayudar a encontrar la palabra adecuada cuando estamos escribiendo un paper en inglés. Podéis encontrarlo en y os copio texto de resumen de qué va y algunos ejemplos: