The government supports the new agreement for the financing of BSC-CNS together with the UPC, in which the future of the center and the supercomputer MareNostrum 5 is guaranteed, financed by the European commission and called to be one of the most powerful in the world.
The World Data Viz Challenge 2020 Barcelona-Kobe is a contest that has as a principal aim the challenges of the intelligent cities, inviting all citizens to treat their distinct realities and casuistries.
This challenge invites students, young professionals, researchers, scientists, engineers, advocates, entrepreneurs, and other creative minds to apply their skills to build innovative solutions to keep the ocean safe.
The DRAC project is underway to manufacture a new chip and open source accelerators in Barcelona. It will be designed for safety applications, personalized medicine and autonomous driving and led by BSC.
The Embassy of France, in collaboration with the association Diálogo, convenes for 6th consecutive year the scolarships of excellence Avenir, with the support of 20 companies and establishments of French and Spannish superior education.
The ranking QS by Subject 2020 positions the FIB between 51th - 100th place in Computer Science and Information Systems, while UPC · BarcelonaTech (UPC) is located the 76th in Engineering and Techonology global ranking.
All climate data enthusiasts: data scientists, students, researchers, and representatives from both the private and public sectors that work with open climate data are invited to join the datathon event!
Speaker: Ricardo Baeza-Yates, CTO of NTENT, a semantic search technology company based in California, USA.
Date: 4th of March 2020 Time: 11:00 am
Venue: sala d'actes Manuel Martí Recober de la FIB (Building B6, ground floor)
Are you familiar with BEST - Board of European Students of Technology? If you like to travel, meet new people all around the world, and overall have a unique experience you shouldn't miss our activities!
The Vice-Rectorate for International Policy calls for financial aid to finance the teaching missions (STA) to be carried out during the academic year 2019-20 within the framework of the ERASMUS + KA103 program of the European Union.
Are you a B.Sc. or M.Sc. student (who will have completed at least three years of full-time studies at university level by next summer) interested in working on advanced IT projects for two full months during the summer?