The auditorium of the Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism (Tafira Campus), the Vice-rector's Office for Research, Innovation and transfer and internationalization and cooperation, together with the Directorate for Relations with Europe of the ULPGC and Europe Direct, They organized a session on the most successful European projects currently being developed at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (ULPGC).
During the day, the different European programmes were addressed from two areas: research and internationalization. The event presented the Genesis, development and contributions to the scientific and international advancement of the Canary Islands of six European projects of high added value for our island.
HELLICOD (diagnosis of brain diseases)
ISLANDAP (circular economy)
MACbioIDi (Communications Technology)
MOZAMBIQUE (Cooperation in training of physicians)
Articulate (art as an instrument of union of Cultures)
PONCHO (Regional Development in Latin America).
From the point of view of the investigation, participated in the session the Vice-Rector for research, innovation and transfer of the ULPGC, José Pablo Suárez Rivero; The HELLICOD project researcher for the diagnosis of brain tumours through medical technologies, Gustavo Callicó; The researcher of the project on Circular Economy ISLANDAP, Lidia Robaina; And the researcher of the MACbiolDi Communications Technology Project, Juan Ruiz Alzola.
To speak from the point of view of internationalization, the Vice-Rector for internationalization and cooperation of the ULPGC, Richard Clouet, spoke; The coordinator of the Medical Training project in Mozambique, Luis López; Elisa Ramón, of the project articulate ' art une culturas '; And Sunday summer, from the Poncho project for Latin American regional Development.