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A Project for the Noses

Writing a doctoral thesis has been a challenging experience for me. The pandemic affected my progress to some extent, since I had to do a lot of assignments online, turning my home into a laboratory. Funding was an important factor in my research process, and it was key to being able to dedicate myself to […]

The Highest-ranking Telecommunication Researchers in Spain

Jaime Lloret and Sandra Sendra, from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València, repeat this year as two of the highest-ranking researchers in Spain, according to the ranking issued by the Group for the Dissemination of the h-Index (DIH). The ranking measures the professional quality of the research scientists, based on productivity and the […]

Safor Salut Promotes Innovative Artificial Intelligence Projects in Neurological Diseases

The “Safor Salut” cooperation program, a joint initiative between Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), FISABIO-Gandia Department of Health, FISABIO-HACLE La Pedrera and the Safor Federation of Business Associations (FAES, for its Spanish initials), has organized a co-creation lab at Gandia Hospital to develop jointly together artificial intelligence applications in the field […]

New Methodology Measures Vibrations Transmitted to Newborns inside Incubators

Researchers from the Fisabio Foundation, which reports to the Valencia Ministry of Universal Health and Public Health, the Francesc de Borja Hospital in Gandia and Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) have developed a new methodology to measure the vibrations transmitted from incubators to newborns. The standard equipment used in neonatal units […]

3D Acoustic Holograms for Treating Nervous System Diseases

A team from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC, for its Spanish initials) and Columbia University (USA) has created 3D-printed acoustic holograms (whose feasibility was demonstrated in an animal model) to improve the treatment of diseases such as Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s, among others. This project graced the cover […]

The Noise that Protects You

Some years ago I had the good fortunate to have Ferran Mocholí Belenguer as a student in the Master’s Degree in Acoustic Engineering that we teach at Campus Gandia, and he was one of the most enthusiastic students I’ve ever had. One day, at the end of the class and on his way out to […]

4 New Marine Research Projects

Four new projects led by researchers from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) have been selected to take part in the program “ThinkInAzul: joint research and innovation strategy in Marine Sciences to sustainably address the new challenges in marine-maritime monitoring and observation, climate change, aquaculture and other sectors of the Blue Economy”. […]

Metamaterial to Reduce Noise in Space Rocket Launches

The high sound pressure levels experienced by space rockets during liftoff are due to the sound waves that are generated by the rocket engines and bounce off the launch pads, among other factors. The acoustic field is so intense that it creates shockwaves in the rocket that can damage both the cargo being transported (usually […]

The Most Outstanding Researchers Worldwide

Jaime Lloret, Juan Luis Corral and Sandra Sendra, researchers from Campus Gandia of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), appear in the “Ranking of the World Scientists: World’s Top 2% Scientists”. This ranking, prepared by Stanford University, lists the most outstanding researchers worldwide. For Campus Gandia director, Jesús Alba, “It is our great good fortune […]

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