1. The UPC: 50 years with no limits

    The UPC was officially established on 11 March 50 years ago. The year-long programme to celebrate the University’s 50th anniversary will end in December. It includes a series of activities for the entire university community that aim to raise...
  2. UPC researchers obtain for the first time solutions for a fluid capable of simulating any Turing machine

    Researchers from the UPC’s Geometry of Manifolds and Applications (GEOMVAP) research group and the CSIC’s Institute of Mathematical Sciences have managed, for the first time, to construct solutions for a fluid capable of simulating any Turing...
  3. Digital twins for a more efficient, reliable and safe construction industry

    Researchers from the UPC’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, which is linked to the Barcelona School of Civil Engineering, are leading one of the work packages of the European project ASHVIN, an initiative that aims to make a more...
  4. UPCommons among the world’s top 20 open document repositories

    The UPC’s open document repository, UPCommons, is ranked the world’s 20th in the latest edition of the Transparent Ranking of repositories. In the ranking of institutional repositories, UPCommons climbs to the 11th place worldwide and is once again...
  5. The virtual hackathon on urban mobility Citython, from 16 to 21 July

    Aimed at students and professionals, the event is organised by CARNET (an initiative by the UPC’s Innovation and Technology Centre), the city councils of Bilbao and Barcelona and Tecnalia. It will take place in Bilbao and Barcelona simultaneously...
  6. BIOCOM-SC: keeping a close eye on COVID-19

    For over a year now, the UPC’s Computational Biology and Complex Systems Group (BIOCOM-SC) has been working steadily, studying the data and making forecasts about the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic in Catalonia and Europe. A key task that has...
  7. A UPC study shows that human-generated noise can contribute to deplete seagrass posidonia populations

    When exposed to human noise, specimens of the seagrass Posidonia reveal permanent and severe lesions in their sensory organs—whose function is to sense gravity—that threaten their survival. This is the main conclusion of a recent study by the...
  8. Online information sessions on master’s degrees by advance booking

    Register for our online sessions to find out about UPC master’s degrees in engineering, architecture, sciences and technology. Some sessions takes place on July.

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