Ninety scientific professionals and researchers from Africa, America and Europe participate in the 30th NAMIC Project Week

This morning began the 30th NAMIC Project Week, to be held in Gran Canaria until next February 1. The international event started in the Humanities building of the ULPGC, with the presence of the Vice-rector of internationalization and cooperation of the ULPGC, Richard Clouet; And professor of ULPGC in signal theory and communications, Juan Ruiz Alzola. 

For a week, about ninety international medical and engineering professionals develop training activities and share their knowledge for the design of research projects and the development of sustainable technology applied to The health sciences, as the central axis.

In parallel to the celebration of this event, MACbioIDi has organized the III international Workshop led for the third consecutive time by the principal investigator of the project, Juan Ruiz Alzola, in order to facilitate synergies and to have the presence of the International project researchers and their African partners to convey advances in imaging medical technology and their future applications.