These – Ana Lavalle – A methodology for the visual comprehension of Big Data

On July 15, 2021, the predoctoral researcher Ana Lavalle López, member of the Lucentia research group, defended her thesis entitled "A methodology for the visual comprehension of Big Data", whose directors were Dr. Juan Carlos Trujillo Mondéjar (director of the Lucentia research team and professor of the Department of Computer Languages and Systems (DLSI) of [...]

Big Data method to predict covid patient outcomes with 90% accuracy

The Lucentia research group, from the University of Alicante, is developing the project 'Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Solution to improve the diagnosis and medical care of those affected by COVID-19', in collaboration with several hospitals in the Valencian Community.   Through the project, the aim is to predict the evolution of infected patients so [...]

Interactive comic pilot test

The aim of this tool is to provide consumers practical advices to help them to identify reliable websites and assess the safety of children's products (toys, childcare articles, children's clothing, etc.) offered by the various online sales platforms.     QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE PILOT TEST OF THE INTERACTIVE COMIC e-COM 4 CHILDRENCUESTIONARIO PARA LA PRUEBA [...]

Juan C. Trujillo wins the 2019 ER Fellow Award

Juan Carlos Trujillo, professor at the University of Alicante in the Department of Computer Languages and Systems and founding partner of Lucentia LAB - a company located in Torre Juana – Open Space Technology has been awarded the ER Fellow 2019 Award.     The ER Fellows Award is an honor given to selected individuals [...]

Presentation of e-COM 4 CHILDREN training materials in Prague

The first multiplier event of the project was held on 18 June, where the e-COM 4 CHILDREN training materials were presented and the challenges of e-commerce of children’s products faced by businesses, consumer organisations and consumer authorities were presented. The Università Politecnica delle Marche (Italy) highlighted the importance of building consumer trust when it comes […]

New training on e-commerce for safe children’s products

Progress at the fourth project meeting at the University of Alicante (Spain)   On 28 January 2019, the fourth meeting of the transnational project e- COM 4 CHILDREN took place at the University of Alicante. The consortium, led by AIJU, made progress on the structure of the interactive COMIC that will help consumers to identify [...]

New training on e-commerce for safe children’s products

e-COM 4 CHILDREN is a transnational project, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, which aims to develop ICT open educational resources on e-commerce of safe children's products, such as toys, children's furniture or childcare articles. This training will be complementary to other formal training on digital marketing, with the main target group [...]

Third meeting of the e-COM 4 CHILDREN project partners on 3 October in Italy.

On 3 October, we met at the Università Pollitecnica delle Marche in Ancona (Italy) to make further progress in the production of training materials on e-commerce of safe children’s products and to initiate the development of the interactive comic, which is aimed at consumers and is intended as the first practical guide to online shopping […]

Training activity at the Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona (Italy).

A short joint training activity for staff of the project partners took place from 3 to 6 July 2018. The main objective of this meeting was to exchange knowledge between the partners in order to address the challenges faced by staff from industry, consumer associations and consumer authorities when dealing with e-commerce of safe children’s […]

Walt Disney also uses Big Data

Walt Disney, one of the world’s largest and most highly valued companies according to the prestigious Forbes magazine, has developed a Big Data system for the collection and analysis of visitor activity data at its theme parks, which has so far been implemented at its Orlando park in Florida. Every year 100 million people visit […]