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Technology Campus
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT OF RESEARCH PROJECTS FOR COMPANIES

The Technological Campus of the University of Navarra, located in the city of Donostia-San Sebastián (Spain), is composed of Tecnun, the School of Engineering -which offers various undergraduate and Master's degrees- and Ceit, whose mission is to contribute to improving the competitiveness of the business fabric, through applied research projects that generate advanced solutions based on scientific and technological excellence, in addition to contributing to the training of young researchers to lead the necessary changes to lead companies to the first level of international competitiveness.

The Technology Campus of the University of Navarra has two sites, one located on the Ibaeta University Campus and the other in the Miramón Technology Park.

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Miramon Headquarters

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Miramón Headquarters

This headquarters, designed by the architect Patxi Mangado, is located on Paseo Mikeletegi, in the Miramón Technology Park, and was inaugurated on 16 March 2006 in a ceremony presided over by the Prince and Princess of Asturias and Viana.

It focuses on the study and technological development of Bioengineering, Microelectronics and Telecommunications. It also shares facilities and resources with CEIT.

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Ibaeta Headquarters

It consists of three buildings: the teaching and administration building built in 1989; the laboratory building (called Urdaneta) completed in 1967; and the Igara building, the most recent one dating from 1996. One of the CEIT buildings is located there, with whom Tecnun shares certain facilities and resources such as the library.

Urdaneta contains, in addition to classrooms, multiple electrical engineering and mechanical laboratories, a cafeteria, consultation rooms and teachers' offices.

The main building has: administrative offices, teachers' offices, classrooms, two study rooms, four computer rooms, consultation rooms, a chapel, an audiovisual room, two conference or function rooms, and a stationery/reprographic shop, among others. Ibaeta has parking spaces, a txoko and a cafeteria.

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Ibaeta Headquarters

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Ceit research centre

 

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Ceit is a non-profit research centre, created on the initiative of the University of Navarra in 1982, whose main task is to carry out industrial applied research projects under contract, in close collaboration with the R&D departments of companies.

It promotes excellence in applied research through the publication of non-confidential results and participation in scientific and technical dissemination forums, as well as doctoral training within the framework of industrial research projects.

Ceit seeks stable collaboration with companies from different sectors (railway, aeronautics, automotive, health, manufacturing, energy or environment) and tries to understand all the aspects involved in its clients' business, promoting high added value solutions through applied research projects. In addition to offering innovative solutions to its clients, it trains young researchers to join and add value to the production system.

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DATAI


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.

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CBIO


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.