The applications for the PhD in Networked Cyber Physical Systems (NETSyS) will open soon for a period of roughly two weeks.
Interested applicants should contact us as soon as possible to help describe the process and guide their application.More information on our website http://app.m-iti.org/ , or contact us by email or telephone (351) 291 721 006.
M-ITI researcher Ana Lúcia was awarded with the Best Paper Commendation with the paper entitled "Impact of combined cognitive and motor rehabilitation in a virtual reality task: an on-going longitudinal study in the chronic phase of stroke" at the 11th International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality & Associated Technologies, a joint effort of the NeuroRehabLab at MITI and CMM - Centro Médico da Murtosa.
Next Friday, September 30, Madeira's Regional Agency for the Development of Research Technology and Innovation (ARDITI) is organising an event in line with European Commission Marie Curie European Researchers Night.
It will take place in the afternoon, from 18:00-22:00, at the La Vie Shopping Centre, in Funchal.
The R&D work performed in Madeira will be presented in the upper floor common area, and open to all visitors.
M-ITI will present the R&D work, and there will be a discussion panel on "Research Opportunities in Madeira", involving the University of Madeira (UMa), ARDITI, Observatório Oceânico da Madeira (OOM), M-ITI and Startup Madeira (CEIM), by the piano bar from 18h30 to 20h.
Learn more here.
Next Friday September 30, M-ITI will be a participant in UMa's annual "Dia do Investigador" event in line with European Commission Marie Curie "Researchers Night", opening the doors of the labs to the general public.
It will take place in the morning, from 10:00-13:00, M-ITI also opening its doors to the public.