DataScience @ UB research group responds to the challenges facing the organizations originated by the massive generation of data, and we do so from the technological, scientific and social point of view. We are specialists in data science, a key discipline in the digital transformation that involves generating and interpreting information on a large scale. And we approach it both from its mathematical and algorithmic, as well as methodological. Thus, we provide knowledge and predictive and analytical tools, in addition to saving time, money and resources.
What is Data Science Grup
GCD@UB is made up of several University of Barcelona research groups. It was created in order to combine synergies with a view to undertaking technology transfer projects in the field of data science. The following groups, which are part of the faculties of Mathematics and Physics
DataScience@UB designs and prototype a machine that includes an intelligent vision system based on semantic segmentation through convolutional neural networks to automate the classification of leather.
Thanks to the emerging technologies of e-Learning, the analysis of data offers professionals in the education sector, advantages with the ability to impact and revolutionize in the future the way we analyze and evaluate the learning experience.
Within the framework of the Cartographic Plan of Catalonia, the Cartographic and Geological Institute of Catalonia is working on the elaboration of the technical specifications of the land covers Map of Catalonia. The ICGC has commissioned us a study to explore the viability of the application of deep learning techniques in the generation of maps.
The DataScience@UB group, the founding member of the BCN.ai initiative, was born with the aim of turning Barcelona into a center for debate, discussion and reflection on Artificial Intelligence.
DataScience@UB is part of the team led by the startup 8Wires, which has obtained a contract of 75,000 euros in the first phase of the call for the European Live Incite competition, which leads the Swedish Hospital Karolinska, along with other hospital centers like the Clinic of Barcelona.
Mobile World Scholar Congress 2018
Silver Prize winner in the Mobile World Scholar Challenge for submission entitled “Network Efficiency based on Mobility” (Authors Albert Díaz-Guilera and Josep Perelló, from DataScience@UB & UBICS (Institut of Complex Systems) Research groups from University of Barcelona)