TEACHERS AND RESEARCHERS AT THE SERVICE OF TECHNOLOGY
TEACHING AND RESEARCH STAFF AT THE SERVICE OF TECHNOLOGY
Teachers and TEX research
The University of Navarra, a research university, where professors devote 50% of their time to research, is convinced that research supports and enriches teaching, always providing a service to society.
The internal structure of TECNUN is based on a departmental organization chart where the 14 research groups are organized according to branches of knowledge or technology. 14 research groups are organized according to branches of knowledge or technology. Tecnun has 4 departments: Biomedical Engineering and Sciences, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Industrial Organization, and Mechanical Engineering and Materials.Biomedical Engineering and Sciences, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Industrial Organization and Mechanical Engineering and Materials. This organization allows to carry out cutting-edge research projects through the close collaboration of experts in each branch of knowledge. The collaboration of TECNUN with national and international innovative companies allows the development of enabling technologies of high added value that allow them to gain in competitiveness, boost their leadership and generate and exploit intellectual property.
The research activity of Tecnun is multidisciplinary. MAntains internal collaborations and conducts research projects with the Center for Technical Studies and Research of Gipuzkoa (CEIT), the University Clinic of Navarra (CUN), the Center for Applied Medical Research (CIMA), the Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Institute (DATAI), among others.
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Research in figures for the 22/23 academic year
Theses defended current year
Pedro Crespo tells us about his research at the School.
He is a professor at Tecnun, he talks about his research in the Mathematical Principles of the School group.
Sergio Ruiz de Galarreta
Sergio Ruiz de Galarreta is a researcher in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at Tecnun.
She is a researcher in the Win group at Tecnun.
He is a professor in the Computational Biology group at Tecnun.
He is a predoctoral researcher of the MoMAM (Mechanics of Materials and Advanced Manufacturing) research group.
Camila Vesga, postdoctoral researcher in the Tissue group (Dept. of Biomedical Engineering and Sciences).
Research video from Tecnun-University of Navarra
Jorge Aramburu, research teaching staff of the Thermal and Fluids Engineering group (Dept. of Mechanical and Materials Engineering).
D. in Mechanical Engineering, Jorge Aramburu, talks about the radioembolization project in which the School is involved.
Javier Santos, research teaching staff of the Sustainable Improvement group (Dept. of Industrial Organization Engineering).
The professor of Tecnun, Javier Santos, talks about the Model 2 Bio project in which the School is immersed.
Latest research news
05 | 06 | 2023
"Spinctronics in modern electronic devices," will be the June lecture of the Tecnun Research Open Talks.
19 | 05 | 2023
Ángel Rubio, Artificial Intelligence expert: "ChatGPT is also wrong and does not know it is wrong".
21 | 04 | 2023
Researchers at Tecnun University of Navarra create an algorithm that generates a ranking of the healthiest foods for each person according to their microbiota.
01 | 03 | 2023
Tecnun-School of Engineering will host, together with Mubil, MIT's 'City Science Lab Gipuzkoa' innovation laboratory.
Attached to Tecnun, in 2020 the University of Navarra launched in 2020 DATAI, the Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. It is a research, innovation and training centre that seeks a collaborative work of different groups and people from the University with an important weight in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence.
The School is integrated in the Biomedical Engineering Centre of the University of Navarra, created to combine know-how and synergistic capacities from the technological and biomedical fields of the Pamplona and San Sebastian Campuses. The different medical, biological and pharmaceutical specialities are combined with different areas of knowledge in technology, thus forming multidisciplinary teams with a common objective: to generate valuable solutions for problems or needs in the biomedical field.