Some of the members of our group, in collaboration with researchers from the DATAHES group of the University of Burgos and the Educational Psychology group of the University of Valladolid, have participated in the I International Conference on Research and Intervention in School and Educational Psychology held in Portugal showing his research on the use of technological resources and Artificial Intelligence in the detection of behaviors and learning skills in high school and university students.
The extended news is published here.
The Ranking of World Scientists prepared by Stanford University affirms that in 2019, professors Santiago Aparicio, Roberto Sanz, Carlos Larrinaga and Juan José Rodríguez are among the 2% of the most influential scientists.
You can read the full story at the Univerity of Burgos webpage here.
Our latest article in “Soft Computing” entitled “Local sets for multi-label instance selection” is available online and accessible for free until July 11, 2018 through this link https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1X5Q15aecSZbPu
The group has a new research project funded by MINECO
We are organizing a special session on industrial and business applications of soft Computing at the XVII Congreso Español sobre Tecnologías y Lógica Fuzzy.
We are organizing two special sessions at the IEA-AIE 2013, more information here and here.
Our group participates with important Burgos’ companies in the PROMARE project (link1, link2, link3).
According to Scopus, the most cited paper in our university is one by Juan J. Rodríguez, one of the member of our research group.