Un blog de Universitat Politècnica de Valéncia, Campus de Gandia.

Ivan Herrero Receives the 2014 Andres Lara Award for Young Researchers

The Spanish Society of Acoustics  (SEA) has granted the eleventh Andrés Lara Award to the young acoustician Iván Herrero Durá for the thesis titled “Measurement of Sound Absorption of a Water Injection System ‘, the result of a research project for his Master’s thesis in Acoustical Engineering offered by the UPV in Gandia. The resulting scientific […]

Young Researchers from Campus Gandia Awarded by the Spanish Society of Acoustics

Roberto Atiénzar and Dídac Diego Tortosa, researchers from the Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València, have received and award from the Spanish Acoustic Society (SEA, for its Spanish initials) for their studies in the field of acoustics. Both have obtained two of the three Andrés Lara Awards for Young Researchers granted in this […]

Campus Gandia of the UPV Breaks Its Own Record Picking Up Five Awards at the Tecniacústica Conference

Improving the qualities of fabrics to favor their noise-absorption capacity; developing techniques for the control and study of marine species without interfering with the environment; real-time monitoring of bone regeneration in dental implantology; creating new systems for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases; increasing the detection capabilities of cosmic neutrinos from astronomical sources… these are the […]

Participation of Campus Gandia in Tecniacústica 2015

The UPV Polytechnic City of Innovation hosted the Tecniacústica 2015  conference on October 21st to the 23rd, where over 200 national and international experts presented their latest developments and debated the upcoming research challenges in the field of acoustics. Among the many topics debated, the latest developments in noise control and insulation in buildings were […]

Restoration of a New Work by the Painter Joan de Joanes

This week on the Campus Gandia, a team of researchers from the UPV presented the restoration of a previously unknown art piece by the painter Joan de Joanes. This sixteenth century panel painting of the Crucifixion of Christ is noted for its great chromatic and stylistic richness.

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