- The 160 Gbps RedUGRNova network is up to 16 times faster than the networks of most Universities in Spain. This state-of-the-art network will interconnect eight campuses through more than 2,000 kilometers (1,243 miles) of optical fiber cable. With this upgrading the University of Granada will save near €100,000 every month
The University of Granada has updated its computer network facilities to achieve a 160 Gigabit connection speed (Gbpps). This means that the University of Granada has become the academic institution with ...
- University of Granada researchers have developed the Picaa application, which can be downloaded free from App Store.
- A study demonstrates that this application –which is also available in English, Galician and Arab– enhances perception, vocabulary acquisition, phonetic and syntactic performance, memory development and eye-hand coordination in children with Down syndrome and autism-related disorders.
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The new device is protected with ten international patents including Japan, the USA, Corea and the European Union. The most important electronic companies worldwide such as Samsung and Hynix (Corea) and Micron (USA) have shown interest in this innovative data storage device.
The project has been conducted by researchers at the University of Granada (Spain) and the CEA-LETI Lab (Grenoble, France).
- Simulated Car Racing Competition consists of a simulation of the physics of cars racing on a virtual track using artificial intelligence.
Each race has two challenges: driving a car alone as long a distance as possible, ...
- The study was recently presented at the World Conference of Computer Intelligence (WCCI2012) held in Brisbane (Australia)
University of Granada researchers have developed a new computer system for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. This study has been recently presented at the World Conference of Computer Intelligence (WCCI2012) held in Brisbane (Australia) by Alberto Prieto, a researcher at the University of Granada Centro de Investigación en Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones (CITIC-UGR). More than 1300 experts attended this Conference, which is ...
- University of Granada researchers –in collaboration with other European institutions– are developing a system with ability to interact with humans.
- Researchers are developing a robotic system with ability to predict the specific action or movement that they should perform when handling an object.
University of Granada researchers have developed an artificial ...
- To develop this system, University of Granada researchers used an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which is an aircraft without a human pilot onboard.
- This system produces a realistic reproduction of architectural models at a low cost.
University of Granada researchers have developed a 3D imaging system that scans 3D models of historical buildings using data obtained from an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)–an aircraft without a human pilot onboard. This is the first 3D imaging system to combine the use of UAVs, image-based 3D modeling ...