A primeira sessão de trabalho experimental presencial do Consórcio NanoStim teve lugar, no dia 19 de Dezembro de 2020, na Universidade do Minho (UM), Guimarães, Portugal. Investigadores e membros do Centro de Física (UM), Centro de Investigação em Digitalização e Robótica Inteligente (CeDRI) do Instituto Politécnico de Bragança (IPB) e da Clínica de Fisioterapia Nelson Azevedo Terapias Globais (NATG) tiveram a primeira oportunidade de trabalhar realmente em conjunto, partilhando informação, competências e conhecimentos.
The Multi-agent system (MAS) for Zero-Defect Manufacturing solution, developed by CeDRI /IPB researchers under the Horizon 2020 project GO0D MAN (http://go0dman-project.eu/), was included in the Innovation Radar of the Great EU-funded Innovations.
The GreenHealth project focuses on digital and biological technologies and their interaction with human health, environmental sustainability, and economic development, based on the territory's assets. This multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach will enable the design and implementation of a long-term, human-centered strategy focused on the (eco)sustainability of the Northern Region.
CeDRI-IPB is proud to announce that the project OleaChain: Skills for sustainability and innovation in the value chain of traditional olive groves in the Northern Interior of Portugal, which accounts with the participation of CeDRI, CIMO, UNIAG and CIEB, all IPB research units, was approved. The project has a budget of € 1 270 533 and is directed to the hiring of human resources to work in the valorization of this value-chain of high importance for the Trás-os-Montes region.
New CeDRI project approved on "AI 4 COVID-19: Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in Public Administration to reinforce the fight against COVID 19 and future pandemics - 2020" contest promoted by FCT.