Nuestros usuarios

Anthony Morse

Anthony Morse is currently doing a post-doctoral fellow working on the ICEA project, and lecturing in Adaptive Robotics at the University of Skövde. From July 2009 he will be moving to Plymouth University to work as a senior research fellow on the I-TALK project. He is also secretary for the International Society for Adaptive Behaviour (ISAB).

He uses J!Research in his personal academic page for the management of his publications and has collaborated with the project by reporting several bugs and feature requests.


Applied Optimization Systems

SOA logoThe research group "Sistemas de Optimización Aplicada SOA" or Applied Optimization Systems (SOA) is a young research group formed by professors and highly prepared individuals which are, on average, under 30 years of age. We do research on general as well as on specific problems of relevant socio economic sectors at a local, national and international level.


Mark Horowitz's Research Group

Professor Mark Horowitz's research group conducts research in the area of digital integrated circuit design and more recently in bio-engineering. Mark Horowitz is faculty at Stanford University, CA since 1984 at the Electrical Engineering department. J!Research is being used to keep tracked of all the group research projects and publications.


Sébastien Rufiange

Sébastien Rufiange is a graduate student in Software Engineering and use J!Research to organize his research work. This is what he stated:

I use J!Research to store my bibliography and to create links to my publications. The user friendly application allows me to cite references and integrate them into my articles. In addition, it enables me to import citations and publish them on the web site easily. In the future, I want to use it to display information about my current projects and collaborators.


Mobile Communications Group at UIB

The Mobile Communications Group (MCG) at the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB) aims at playing a relevant role in researching and advancing the necessary enabling technologies in mobile and wireless communications, including the physical, data link, transport, network and application layers, as well as their joint cross-layer optimisation.

The group's mission is to focus on long-term research on wireless communications, networking, signal processing and information theory, to maintain national and international activities in the creation and dissemination of knowledge, to provide an outstanding education in electrical engineering, and to serve both the public and private sectors through the collective experience and expertise of its members.