MTIA 2012-13 theses defended


Víctor Alfonso, Nelcy Narváez, Hendrys Tobar, Llorenç Burgas, Albert Palomer, Ignasi Aymerich and Lluís Bosch,  students of the Master in Information Technologies and Automation (MTIA) presented their master theses developed over the term 2012-2013 on 10 September. The theses covered a wide range of state-of-the-art subject such as Augmented Reality, videogames, energy monitoring, robot localization, management of urban water systems and modeling of biological systems.

Ramon Fabregat, researcher of the Institute of Informatics and Applications is in charge of MTIA, an official master degree of the University of Girona.