UGR doctoral student, Práxedes Martínez Moreno, awarded at the Spanish Scientific Computer Society Awards

9 October, 2023

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The award recognizes the contribution of women pursuing doctoral studies in the area of computer science to encourage their start in the research career and create references for new generations.

The Spanish Computer Science Society (SCIE) has awarded a runner-up prize in the third edition of the SCIE-ZONTA-SNGULAR awards to Práxedes Martínez Moreno, a PhD student at DaSCI Institute, University of Granada. The research line of the winner is New Methods of Human Identification by Craniofacial Superposition Based on Artificial Intelligence, and is directed by Sergio Damas, professor of the Department of Computer Languages and Systems, and Pablo Mesejo, professor of the Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence.

In the resolution of the second prize to Práxedes Martínez Moreno, the jury explains that the winner develops “a very promising research activity and also a very active commitment in activities aimed at promoting the participation of women in the field of technologies, being aware of the personal effort that sometimes this means for women”.

All Information in the following links (In Spanish):

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