Today marks a milestone in the field of artificial intelligence research with the launch of the “ValgrAI Research Mornings.” This event is the first in a series of monthly online meetings aimed at fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange among researchers, students, and companies. In each session, two distinguished ValgrAI researchers will have the opportunity to present their latest research to a specialized audience. This format not only allows researchers to share their findings but also opens the door to receive valuable feedback from other experts in the field and business representatives interested in the practical applicability of these investigations.
Presentations of the 1st ValgrAI Research Morning
“Posture Estimation in Sports”, by Bassam Pierre Hanna
Bassam Pierre Hanna, a predoctoral researcher at the University of Valencia, opened the session with his work focused on posture estimation in sports.
“The Brain as a Dynamic System”, by Wael El-Deredy
Next, Wael El-Deredy, a researcher at the University of Valencia, gave us a presentation on “The Brain as a Dynamic System: Implications for Neurorehabilitation.”
Why Are These Meetings Important?
The “ValgrAI Research Mornings” are not just a forum for presenting academic works; they are a catalyst for advancement and innovation in fields where artificial intelligence is the main core. By bringing together researchers, students, and companies, these meetings facilitate a collaborative ecosystem where science and industry can interact meaningfully.
The value of these mornings transcends individual presentations. Here, researchers receive immediate feedback from their peers and from experts in the business sector, which can lead to improvements in ongoing projects or even new collaborations. For companies, it is a unique opportunity to stay up-to-date with the latest advances in research and perhaps discover practical applications that they could incorporate into their operations or products.
In addition, by offering a space for dialogue and debate, these meetings foster a more cohesive community focused on shared objectives. We are talking about the creation of an academic and business social fabric that has the potential to accelerate advances in areas that have a direct and tangible impact on people’s quality of life.
In summary, the importance of the “ValgrAI Research Mornings” is reflected not only in the quality of the research presented but also in its ability to bring together different stakeholders around a common cause: the advancement of knowledge and practical application in fields that truly matter.
Don’t Miss Out!
If you couldn’t join us on this occasion, stay tuned to our networks where we will announce the date of the next morning, where you too can participate! All you have to do is send your request to email@example.com, and we will consider it for the next one.