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XXVI University Congress of Educational Innovation in Technical Education, GIJÓN, June 25-27, 2018

12 February 2018 No comments

Offer of predoctoral contract in TecnoptoUMH Laboratory on “Development of vectorial and polarimetric optical instrumentation”

11 January 2018 No comments

Encuentro Alicante 2017: 5G – clave de la transformacion digita

Object of the Meeting: highlight the key role of 5G in the digital transformation. Today, we have all hated to talk about “digital transformation”, everywhere we are flooded with conferences, congresses and specialized training on Internet of Things (IoT), Smart City, Industry 4.0, Big Data … but the key to the definitive transformation digital is about to arrive: 5G.

Event Details

Date: 09/11/2017 18:30 – 22:30
Meeting place: Congress Center of Elche
Categories: Meeting Alicante

Motto: 5G – key digital transformation

Program subject to changes.

– 18:30 Reception attendees
– 18:45 Institutional welcome
– 7:00 pm: Lecture: Narcis Cardona Marcet – Director at iTEAM Research Institute.

Title: “5G mobile networks. Towards the Hyperconnected Society of 2020 ”

– 19:40: Roundtable: 5G – Present and future, an opportunity and a challenge.

Mr. Sergio Goterris – Dean COITCV (Moderator)
D. Narcis Cardona – Director at iTEAM Research Institute
Mr. Julio Navío – Vice-Dean COIT, Expert of the European Commission (H2020 and DG Regio)
Mr. Juan Serrano – Manager of Mobile Access Engineering in the Orange Network Engineering area
Mr. Oscar Carrasco – Director of Product Development of RAN (Radio Access Network) at Casa-systems
– 20:40: Closing: Mr. Andrés Montoyo Guijarro, Director of the EPS-Universitat d’Alacant, Mr. Miguel Ángel de la Casa, Director of the EPSE-UMH, Mr. Sergio Goterris – Dean COITCV
– 9:00 PM: Honor wine

31 October 2017 No comments

Oferta Beca de Colaboración curso 2017/18 en Laboratorio de Tecnologías Ópticas y Optoelectrónicas (TECNOPTO)

5 September 2017 No comments

The student of the Master in Telecommunication Engineering, Juan Clement Bellido, winner of the COIT-AEIT Award for the Best Final Master’s Work


The student of the Master in Telecommunication Engineering, Miguel Hernández de Elche University, Juan Clement Bellido has won the COIT-AEIT Award for ‘Best Master’s Degree in Fundamentals and Basic Technologies of Information and Communications, and his Applications’ in the XXXVII edition of the Awards for the Best End-of-Course Projects, Master’s Thesis, PhD Theses and Best Academic Trajectories in Telecommunication Engineering 2016. These national awards are granted annually by the Official College of Telecommunication Engineers. In this edition the jury met last Friday May 26, with the assistance of the Directors of Schools of Telecommunications Engineering of all Spain, attending on behalf of the UMH Mr. Miguel Ángel de la Casa Lillo, Director of the EPSE.

The final master’s work by D. Juan Clement entitled ‘Inconsistent interrogation of fiber optic sensors based on Bragg networks by means of wavelength transformation to group delay’, has been directed by the professors of the Department of Communications Engineering of the UMH D. Carlos Rodríguez Fernández-Pousa and D. Germán Torregrosa Penalva. Mr. Juan Clement continues his studies at the UMH thanks to a scholarship for the training of research personnel with the aim of obtaining the title of Doctor.

The final master’s work presented at the 37th edition of the awards consists of the development of a novel reflectometric system for optical spectrometry based on a microwave photon dispersion (MWP) capable of translating wavelength variations In Wavelength To Group Delay Mapping (WTGDM), a key point for the performance of spectral analyzes. The design can find application in fields such as mechanical stress monitoring in structures or intrusion detectors, providing a secure and interference-free communication.

29 May 2017 No comments

25 CUIEET: University Congress of Educational Innovation in Technical Teaching, BADAJOZ 5-8 September 2017

Poster 25CUIEET v4 - vAAM

Poster 25CUIEET v5 -vJMH

26 April 2017 No comments



PLACE: Congress Center ‘Ciutat d’Elx’ · C/ Filet de Fora, 1, 03203 Elche, Alicante

The Members of TC 05 Committee of the International Commission on Glass (ICG) concerned with Nuclear and Hazardous Waste Vitrification, after starting their Meeting in Segovia next 13 sept 2017 with the chance of the conference Crystallization- 2017 organized by TC 7 (ICG).

ICG has the pleasure to invite you to join in its EXTENSION MEETING of TC-05 initiated in Segovia with a scientific session at University Miguel Hernández, ELCHE, ALICANTE, SPAIN to behave and discuss last research on VITRIFICATION and GEOPOLIMERIZATION of industrial wastes for their IMMOBILIZATION and/or RECYCLING.

This International Committee which originally was focused in the vitrification of nuclear wastes, since years ago, include also the scientific and technological aspects for the immobilization of all type of industrial wastes which considering the possible recycling of all type of wastes (but not for the nuclear case wastes…) as secondary raw materials.

The program of this WORKSHOP-SHORT CONFERENCE will be developed in two sessions, whose conferences and communications will be edited in a special issue of the prestigious SCI bulletin MATERIALS LETTERS, in order to highlight as short papers the main results and conclusion of the scientific communications.

Introduction to Elche:

Elche is a city in the province of Alicante, south of the Valencian Community. Located near the Mediterranean coast. The city of Elche has three UNESCO heritage sites: Palmeral of Elche (2000), Misteri d’Elx (2001), School Museum of Pusol (2009).

The Palmeral of Elche, of great scenic beauty, has more than 200,000 copies which makes it the largest in Europe. The Palmeral has dates palm trees, whose fruit is used in the gastronomy of the city. The palm has a strong cultural value in the city as it is used during Holy Week. Elche is the only place in the world where the palm is still being handcrafted.

During the twentieth century, in the 60s and 70s, underwent a great industrialization of footwear which contributed to make a hole in the international footwear market by putting some of its brands on the international scene.

Asociación Químicos de MadridAYUNTAMIENTO ELCHE

17 March 2017 No comments

XI Treelogic Awards for innovative spirit (submission deadline until March 18, 2017)

XI Treelogic Awards to the innovative spirit with the aim of recognizing, stimulating and diffusing the innovative impulse of university students and endowed with € 4,000.

The deadline for submission ends on March 18.

End-of-course, master’s and doctoral projects are accepted provided they are innovative.

XI Premios Treelogic al espíritu innovador

Más información

Colegio Oficial Ingenieros Industriales de la Comunitat Valenciana
Demarcación Alicante    Telf:  965 20 60 85     Fax:  965 21 06 52

6 February 2017 No comments

Valeo Innovation Challenge 2017 Ideas Competition: prizes of 100,000 euros (Until February 17)


27 January 2017 No comments

International Seminar EPSE: How to write scientific articles (26 and 27 January 2017)


Cycle of international Seminars
How to Write Scientific Articles

The next days 26 and 27 January 2017 will be given the seminar “How to write scientific articles” by Dr. José Chilo, University of Gävle (Sweden).
The seminar will take place in the Innova Building from 10:00 a.m. to 13:30 p.m. on the 26th and from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on Friday, January 27th.

The seminar is aimed at doctoral students and young doctors who are starting their scientific activity and want to acquire skills that help them in the writing and publication of scientific works. The seminar will have a strong practical component and examples of drafting and publication will be considered.
Guest speaker:
In 1986, Professor José Chilo obtained his degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arequipa, Peru, and in 2001 the degree in Electronic Engineering from the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology (KTH). From 1986 to 1998 he worked as a consultant in textile, manufacturing and transportation industries, both in Peru and in Sweden. He obtained his PhD in Physics from KTH in 2008, where he carried out research in the field of signal processing, in particular on advanced techniques for measuring and classifying events. He is currently a professor and researcher at the University of Gävle, Sweden, and his current research and teaching activity focuses on the areas of signal processing and telecommunications.

24 January 2017 No comments