We interview one of the members of our Alumni Network, Dr. Elli Zavou, during her recent visit to IMDEA Networks. Elli obtained her PhD from IMDEA Networks and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid back in September 2016 and is now a Software Developer at StratioBD in Madrid.
Nokia Spain has become Gold Collaborator of the 5TONIC Open 5G Lab headquartered at IMDEA Networks in Madrid (Spain). Together with Nokia Bell Labs site in Madrid, Nokia will collaborate with Telefónica in the implementation of a testbed for the use case “Media & Entertainment: UHF Media, On-site Live Event Experience and Immersive and Integrated Media”, in the context of European H2020 5G EVE project.
The IMDEA institutes have been described as "the magnificent seven" of R&D+i in the Community of Madrid in a new book published by Madridiario: The social MADRID: foundations and CSR (published in Spanish as “El MADRID social: fundaciones y RSC”).
IMDEA Networks joined last week the Madrid Fair for Science and Innovation, the leading national event for the dissemination of science and research, that was organized by the Madri+d Foundation for Knowledge.
IMDEA Networks joins The Madrid Fair for Science and Innovation, the leading national event for the dissemination of science and research, that is organized by the Madri+d Foundation for Knowledge.
IMDEA Networks has once again participated in Madrid’s Science and Innovation Week, a major scientific dissemination event now on its XVIII edition. IMDEA Networks organized a talk and a workshop aimed at secondary school students in order to explore with them the wonders of mathematical algorithms.
IMDEA Networks is offering salaried PhD Student positions to aspiring researchers who wish to launch their careers in the development of leading-edge future network technologies.
IMDEA Networks Institute in Madrid has received AEIT’s 2018 Award for Innovation. This prestigious prize recognizes the Institute’s successes in innovating in the field of telematics and in particular in areas of significant socio-economic impact.
Three bilingual 16 year-old students from the secondary school ‘IES Isaac Albéniz’, located in Leganés, Madrid, have joined IMDEA Networks Institute for a period of three days on an educational stay.
Edward Knightly, Sheafor-Lindsay Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) and department chair at Rice University (Houston, TX, USA) and a member of the Scientific Council of IMDEA Networks Institute (Madrid, Spain) has been named a fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for 2017. ACM is the world’s largest computing society.