This is an interuniversity – international research seminar on technological innovation in areas such as Business Administration, Education, Public Health, Science, Computer Science. The Andalusian Interuniversity Institute DaSCI in conjunction with students of Master in Business Administration, Master in Public Health, and Master in Learning Technologies corresponding to the North University Center of the University of Guadalajara met the week of November 27 to December 1, 2017 to share, analyze, debate, reflect and enrich the various research being carried out in both institutions.
The event was held at the School of Informatics and Telecomunication of the University of Granada, to accommodate any student of the UGR as a listener. Simultaneously, the sessions will be transmitted online to host participants from the North University Centre of the University of Guadalajara (Mexico).
- Andalusian Interuniversity Institute in Data Science and Computational Intelligence (DaSCI) of the University of Granada (Spain). Director: Dr. Francisco Herrera.
- Department of Knowledge Fundamentals of the North University Centre of the University of Guadalajara (Mexico). Coordination: María Elena Martínez Casillas.
- Dr. Rosana Montes (University of Granada)
- Gerardo A. Mejía Pérez (Rector CUNorte)
- Dr. Violeta Villavicencio Hernández (University of Guadalajara CUNorte)
- Dr. Mario Morales Martínez (University of Guadalajara CUNorte)
Date and Place
School of Informatics and Telecomunication of University of Granada, from 27 November to 1 December 2017.
– To know the trajectory of the research groups of the participating Universities.
– To define the fields and fields in which they participate.
– To analyse the different research projects to be carried out.
– To exchange educational experiences from a dialogical and constructive perspective.
– Teachers and students of the ETSIIT of the University of Granada (Spain) and Centro Universitario del Norte of the University of Guadalajara (Mexico).
– Members of the PhD program in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), which can be counted as academic training to have at least 80 percent attendance.
– Research, Creativity and Impact. Francisco Herrera. Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. UGR.
– Analysis of opinions on Twitter. Eugenio Martínez Cámara.Dept. of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. UGR.
– Image recognition and metadata analysis. Carlos Gúzman. IBM Mexico.
– Exploratory Data Analysis through Advanced Visualization. Jorge Casillas. Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. UGR.
– Artificial or emotional intelligence. Alfredo Castro Jímenez. Mergers and Acquisitions Project Manager at IBM Mexico.