The Joint Research Lab team is composed of fully collaborative and open minded researchers. We welcome new ideas on topics related with our fields of knowledge, and, of course, we are also looking forward to deal and tackle new research problems and fields. It does not matter if your work is related with transport, data science, industry, energy, architecture... or even agriculture or special engineering! It does not mind if your intention is to develop a theoretical or applied research. If you really think we can collaborate and work together, contact us!

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Thesis Defense: Ana I. Torre-Bastida

Ana I. Torre-Bastida defended his PhD thesis work at the University of the Basque Country on April 9th, 2018,…

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Javier Del Ser appointed as an Associate Editor of Swarm and Evolutionary Computation and Information Fusion journals

Javier Del Ser, member of the Joint Research Lab, has been recently appointed as Associate Editor of two frontline…

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New journal publication: “Bio-inspired computation: Where we stand and what’s next”

Javier Del Ser and Eneko Osaba, members of the Joint Research Lab, have authored the paper “Bio-inspired computation: Where…

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New Journal publication: Analyze, Sense, Preprocess, Predict, Implement, and Deploy (ASPPID): An incremental methodology based on data analytics for cost-efficiently monitoring the industry 4.0

Jesus Para and Javier Del Ser, members of the Joint Research Lab, has authored the paper “Analyze, Sense, Preprocess,…

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New Journal publication: Bio-inspired optimization for the molecular docking problem: State of the art, recent results and perspectives

Javier Del Ser, coordinator and member of the Joint Research Lab, has authored the paper “Bio-inspired optimization for the…

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New conference publications: IEEE CEC 2019

Members of the JRL Eneko Osaba and Javier Del Ser have recently participated in the three different papers accepted…

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