Retorik project aims to develop an innovative platform of services and tools in artificial intelligence
Create a dynamic platform to connect and accelerate renewable energy industry (considering marine energy as a pilot- "marine energy industry network")), as an opportunity to exchange marine energy intellectual capital, providing tools to drive down the cost curve and accelerate industry development.
The twofold aim is to overcome the technical obstacles with which driving simulator designers in the ground transport field are confronted and apply an efficient industrial approach to this large sector of activity.
Initiate a comprehensive system of e-commerce for information dissemination on best practice in european steel construction. The system will serve the entire supply chain for all uses of steel in construction.
Development of a system-on-chip platform which will enable semiconductor houses to provide integrated circuit and consumer manufacturers with a first range of digital am receivers.
Development of simplified fluid models based on a convected scalar state variable, software implementation and validation in industrial flow processes, aiming at improving the process and dye design for extrusion of rubber tyre profiles.
The objective of the touring management system is to provide a technological instrument to improve tourism strategy and competitiveness, thereby optimising decision-making on tourist destinations.
Control of antenna radiation patterns and microwave propagation through the introduction of new artificial materials ('photonic band-gap crystal') for telecommunications applications. This will fulfil needs of future mobile terminals and minimise radiation levels.
Most of the 600.000 tons per year of slate in spain is manufactured by hand. With increasing labour costs, the need for an intelligent and fully automatic machine is becoming important. This project aims to develop and build such a machine.
Development of new biotechnology modules for labkey, a standard scientific software. The functions of 'molecular marking' and 'planning' will be developed.