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U27. High Performance Computing

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U27. High Performance Computing

  • Scientific Director: Prof. Pablo Laguna laguna@unizar.es
  • Scientific Coordinator: Alfonso Marquina amarq@unizar.es
  • Entities: I3A-Universidad de Zaragoza.
  • Address: C/Mariano Esquillor s/n 50018, Zaragoza
  • Phone: +34 976 76 27 07
  • Web: I3A-UZ

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Located at the Aragon Institute of Engineering Research (I3A), an Interdisciplinary University Research Institute specialized in engineering of the University of Zaragoza, this HPC service counts with a conditioned room to host a cluster of computers that allows remote access for High Performance Computing, massive storage and different software applications for the research in four divisions: Biomedical Engineering, Information and Communications Technologies Division, Processes and Recycling Division and Industrial Technology Division. This Unit is coordinated by Prof. Pablo Laguna, PI of the Biomedical Signal Interpretation & Computational Simulation Groups (BSICoS).

News U27

09 Jun

SINO-SPAIN Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Conference with NANBIOSIS participation

Last 7 June 2018 took place in Zaragoza, the Sino-Spain Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Conference, as a result of years of cooperation with Chinese institutions, organizad by Zaragoza University  and Aragonese Foundation for Research & Development of Aragon Government (ARAID), to promote initiatives and foster bilateral collaboration in biomedical and pharmaceutical sectors between Spain and China. The themes of the forum were: Molecular engineering for biomedical products Diagnoses &Design for new devices for medical uses Tissue Engineering and regenerative medicine Pharmacology and nanometerials for medical application Advanced therapies for cancer research   Researcher of three units of NANBIOSIS partcipated in the Conference: from U13. Tissue &am[...]

18 May

NANBIOSIS collaborates in the dissemination of science and triumphs in the Pint of Science Festival

On May 16, scientists from two units of NANBIOSIS filled the pubs, not to talk about football but about science. According to Jorge Bueno, Coordinator of Pint of Science in Spain, at the Vanguard “Science is also culture, just as we go to the bar to talk about football or politics, we can also talk about science, we want people to conceive science as part of society ” In the cafe of the civic center of the Casa Orlandai in Barcelona, ​​Eli Prats, a researcher of NANBIOSIS U8. Micro – Nano Technology Unit, explains her group has  developed graphene electrodes, a[...]

15 May

Nanotechnology, gene therapy, omics therapies and ‘big data’

Nanotechnology, gene therapy, omics therapies and ‘big data’ were the topics discussed in the Forum on Emerging Technologies oganized on May 8 by nanotechnology, gene therapy, omics therapies and ‘big data’ were the topics discussed in the I Forum on Emerging Technologies held on May 8, organized by the CIBER Internationalization Platform, of which the CIBERER, the CIBER-BBN and the CIBERES. The objective of this event, structured in sessions of presentations and scientific debates about the types of technologies addressed, was to promote the exchange of ideas and scientific knowledge with the aim of generating new collaborations among the CIBER researc[...]

10 May

Esther Pueyo will explain her research on the aging of the Heart in Pint of Science: The festival that brings science to pubs

The researcher of Unit 27 of NANBIOIS, High Performance Computing, will leave her laboratory and her office at the University to get on stage and take on the challenge of talking about her work to a public less used to scientific and technological language in the framework of a dissemination program of science to which Esther has joined as Pablo Laguna, Scientific Director of Unit 27 of NANBIOSIS, did last year. Esther will perform at the Drinks and Pool Aranda bar in Zaragoza (calle Conde de Aranda, 138) to tell her work in technology applied to health. It will be on Wednesday, the 16t[...]

30 Apr

I Forum on Emerging Technologies organized by CIBER

On May 8th, will take place in Madrid, at the Assembly Hall Ernest Lluch of the Instituto de Salud Carlos III, organized by CIBER Internationalization Platform (CIBER-BBN, CIBERER, CIBERES) the I Forum on Emerging Technologies. The objective of this meeting is to promote the exchange of ideas and scientific knowledge among the CIBER research groups with the aim of generating new collaborations for participation in cross-cutting projects and the development of border technologies. The content of the forum, centered on the type of technology and possibilities it offers, is structured in a program of lectures and scientific debates whose final objective is t[...]

08 Mar

Esther Pueyo closes the series of conferences “Mathematics in our life”

Next Tuesday, March 13, at 7:00 pm, in the facilities of the Social Work of Ibercaja of Patio de la Infanta, the third and last conference of the cycle “Mathematics in our life” will take place, organized by the Royal Academy of Sciences of Zaragoza (RACZ). With the title Mathematics and heart, a tandem with a great future, the last conference will be taught by Esther Pueyo Paules, professor at the University of Zaragoza, researcher at the BSICoS group of CIBER-BBN and I3A of the University of Zaragoza,which coordinates Unit 27 of NANBIOSIS High Performance Computer. Esther Pueyo is winner of a “Starting[...]

07 Mar

Numerical models applied to the cornea to improve eye surgery

Researchers of the NANBIOSIS U13 apply numerical models to the cornea to better understand how it behaves and help in surgical planning. Data and algorithms developed through the computer, together with the 3D image, make it easier for ophthalmologists to perform eye surgery more precise and personalized treatments for each patient The work carried out by Miguel Ángel Ariza Gracia at the Aragón Engineering Research Institute (I3A) has been recognized by the University of Zaragoza with the Extraordinary Award for the Best Doctoral Thesis of the Biomedical Engineering Program in 2017 In this line of research, framed in the European[...]

30 Nov

Pablo Laguna New Elevated IEEE Fellow for his contributions to cardiac biomedical signal processing

Pablo Laguna, Scientific Director of NANBIOSIS Unit 27, has recently been appointed as a select member (IEEE fellow) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers within the society of Medical Engineering and Biology -IEEE-EMBS-. The grade of Fellow recognizes unusual distinction in the profession and is conferred only by invitation of the IEEE Board of Directors upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of IEEE’s designated fields of interest, in this case, Dr. Laguna is recognized for his contributions to cardiac biomedical signal processing. The IEEE-EMBSis the world’s largest international society of biomedical engineers. The 11,000 members of[...]

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