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)
Researchers from DataScience@UB group collaborate with BBVA Data&Analytics in finding solutions based data to better understand their customers and thus provide better products and services.
Researchers from DataScience@UB Group, made the scientific experiment Bee-Path, at the Festival of Science organized by the Barcelona City Council with the voluntary participation of citizens, based on data collected by an application to study the mobility of people involved.
Researchers from DataScience@UB group, have been awarded with the “Best paper award” at the XXI Iberoamerican Congress on pattern recognition
Dr. Petia Radeva and Dr. Jordi Vitria, among others, have awarded a U.S. patent for their work about image analysis for intestinal contraction detection.
Dr Jordi Vitrià invited to address an invited talk at the XVI Enric Casassas Conference on December 14th.
Dr Jordi Vitrià invited to address PhD students at the Doctoral Workshop in Computer Science and Mathematics at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili on November 17th 2016.
The DataScience@UB group has 2 openings for PhD positions. The available positions are fully funded by the Catalan government under the Industrial Doctorates Plan.
The spin-off PhysicalTech, created in 2014 by some researvhers from the group DataScience@UB, have developed ADiBAS Posture, a new 3D computer vision technology to improve posture.