Concluded the first face-to-face training session of the Elba Project at the University of Santiago de Compostela

The first training course for 25 teachers from Central Asia within the framework of the Elba project (Establishment of Training and Research Centers and Courses Development on Intelligent BigData Analysis in CA) has been successfully completed

Researchers visited to citius center, Daniel García, postdoc researcher, explains the chip designs produced at the research center and multiple experiments on Big Data analytics and AI projects.

A team of The Higher Technical School of Engineering (ETSE) professors carried out a training course for 25 professors from 9 universities form Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan. The USC as a coordinator of the project developed the first training courses taught to 25 teachers from AC and will subsequently coordinate another two courses for 60 CA teachers at the Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy) and at the University of Primorska (Slovenia).

The USC training lasted 2 weeks, in which the USC experts, Professor David Losada Carril, Professor Paula Lopez Martínez, and Professor Tomás Fernández Pena, among others, carried out an intensive course in computer science and artificial intelligence, computer architecture and technology, and electronics, among others. The course included training in Text Mining, Data Text Management, Programming for Data Analytics, Big Data, Internet of Things, and had theoretical sessions, practical programming sessions and sessions in the electronics laboratory. There were also research talks on Conversational Agents, Text Mining and Disinformation and Automatic Object Detection with Deep Learning Technologies.

Interesting Talk by Marcos Fernández on Credibility estimation technologies for health-related contents.

A nice visit to CESGA centre was organized by Santiago to explore the Big Data center

During their visit, the CA teachers had the opportunity to visit the Galician Supercomputing Centre (CESGA) and the Singular Center on Intelligent Technologies (CiTIUS). The aim of these two visits was to provide detailed information on the structure and operation of each centre. The directors of these centres organized several talks and made a detailed exhibition of the facilities and services of their centres.

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