Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) is a public funded university founded in 1968 and currently ranked as the first Spanish university according to the intenational QS University Ranking. UAB offers 77 Undergraduate courses covering a wide range of fields. Furthermore, UAB offers a total of 87 doctoral programmes and other postgraduate programmes such as 4 Erasmus Mundus master's degrees.
UAB brings together in its Campus more than 40.000 students and almost 3.000 researchers. Its main areas of research include Environmental Sciences, Nanotechnology, Microelectronics, Material Science and Engineering, Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Logistics and Social Sciences.
UAB counts on a solid and multidisciplinary scientific production mainly settled around its 228 Research Groups, Research and Development and Innovation support.
UAB participates in INOCAST project through several key people involved in the TICAM (Technological Innovation Cluster on Aeronautical Management), embedded into UAB Department of Telecommunications and System Engineering.
TICAM is one of the multidisciplinary bodies facilitating the innovation catalyzation from University to Market. It involves personnel from 7 Departments in research and demonstration projects and has a long track record on transferring research and technological know-how in several engineering areas such as aeronautics, logistics, transport economics and intelligent transport systems.
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