We meet Paula and Daniel, the latest incorporations to the IVIO-UPV Chair, and see how they work on the application of ultrasound in oral implantology and Virtual Reality (VR) and multisensory systems in their professional fields.
Campus Gandia research professor, Francisco Camarena, lets us in on what to expect from the program of science popularization activities that the IVIO-UPV Chair is set to carry out. Last month the IVIO-UPV Chair renewed its commitment to the promotion and development of scientific-technological knowledge in the field of dentistry.
Josep Rodríguez is one of the young researchers who form part of the IVIO-UPV Chair team. His career as a researcher began when he was finishing his degree in Telecommunications, Image and Sound Engineering, and during his Erasmus stay in Düsseldorf (Germany), where he discovered the range of possibilities offered by the branch of sound […]
A winner has been chosen for the first edition of the IVIO-UPV Chair Awards for the best Bachelor’s or Master’s Thesis (TFG/TFM, for the Spanish initials). The jury, made up of university professors in the field and representatives from the IVIO Valencian Institute of Dental Research, has ruled in favor of Anderson Ladino and his […]
The IVIO-UPV Chair has welcomed some new members to its research team in the field of technologies applied to dentistry. We introduce you to four young engineers who are taking part in the research related to the application of ultrasound in oral implantology and Virtual Reality (VR) and multisensory systems.