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01/12/2016

Elisava Research

ELISAVA Research hosted one of the meetings of the ArcInTex network

ELISAVA Research group organized one of the meetings of the ArcInTex network in which members from Eindhoven University of Technology, Swedish School of Textiles, Waag Society and Design School Kolding took part, during the last month of November.   Under the topic “Valorising Research”, the meeting was focused on the role of new technological developments in the textile sector and on the chance of working through the practical re ... [más]





23/07/2016

Elisava Research

Decoding Research Group attended to the opening exhibition “Graphene and Beyond” in Manchester

On 23rd July 2016, the Area of Matter of the Decoding Research Group from ELISAVA attended to the opening of the exhibition “Graphene and Beyond”, which took place in the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. This is the first exhibition based of graphene in the whole world.     “Graphene and Beyond” is divided in four thematic areas. The first one is an itinerary which describes the biographies of Andre Geim and Konst ... [más]





11/07/2016

Elisava Research

ELISAVA Decoding Research Group presents its annual report

The ELISAVA Decoding Research Group made its annual internal presentation to the evaluation commission on 8 July 2016. It presented the work completed between September 2015 and July 2016 by the group’s researchers. Thesis papers, articles and the Beta version of the creative Decoding Toolkit were also presented.   The first contains the thesis proposals of doctoral students Blanca Guasch, Beatríz Martínez and Alba Pinzolas and the ... [más]





21/07/2016

Elisava Research

Miguel Ángel Barcelona explains the Systematic Literature Reviews (SLRS) to the Decoding Research Group

On 21st of July, Miguel Ángel Barcelona, manager of the Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón en la plataforma tecnológica española en TIC, visited ELISAVA’s Decoding Research Group to make a conference about the Kitchenham’s method for creating Systematic Literature Reviews (SLRS) efficiently.   SLRS are secondary scientific papers, a type of scientific publications which are intended to identify, assess, and interpret all research ... [más]