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Associated Partners

As a result of the exploitation activity a number of associated partners officially joined the project in order to contribute to the improvement of the project impact on their target groups and to ensure the project sustainability by continuing using the project deliverables in the next years.
The associate partners of the iMath project are organizations interested in EU values. All associated partners share the project objectives and are willing to contribute to their achievement.
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NAME OF THE ORGANISATION

research group TIC 146 Supercomputación-Algoritmos

TYPE OF INSTITUTION

Public University

CITY

Almería

ADDRESS

Carr. Sacramento, s/n, 04120 La Cañada, Almería

COUNTRY

Spain


NAME OF CONTACT PERSON

Ester M. Garzon

EMAIL OF CONTACT PERSON


BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGANISATION

The research group TIC 146 Supercomputación-Algoritmos (SAL) is studying and teaching subjects like High Performance Computing software and tools to address a wide variety of problems/applications coming from several fields of science and technology, such as Global and Multiobjective Optimization, Image Processing image and video codification, compression and transmission. SAL has a multidisciplinary character with strong cooperation among researchers with different background coming from multiples disciplines.

HOW THE ORGANISATION WILL CONTRIBUTE TO THE DISSEMINATION AND EXPLOITATION OF THE PROJECT RESULTS

The group will follow closely the potential of the developed MathE platform and the corresponding recommender system of iMath. Students are encouraged to use the system.