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SUSHITOS

Services for Ubiquitous, Social and Humanistic Information Technologies and Open Source.
SUSHITOS research group carries out research, development, innovation, dissemination, communication and technology transfer in the field of ICT embedded in society, with special emphasis on mobile and ubiquitous technologies, interoperability, free software and the paradigm of service orientation and cloud computing.
Specifically, we participate in innovative projects in areas such as education (e-learning, cooperative learning, mobile learning, digital content, interoperability of learning tools, analysis of the learning process), Information Systems Development and heritage sustainable ICT applied.
Group members have extensive experience in the above topics and their activity is designed to identify real problems of society, investigate, and design and develop quality solutions. Moreover, members of this group regularly participate in forums and social media by disseminating new developments in information technology and communication.
SUSHITOS research group carries out research, development, innovation, dissemination, communication and technology transfer in the field of ICT embedded in society, with special emphasis on mobile and ubiquitous technologies, interoperability, free and open source software and the paradigm of service orientation and cloud computing.

Specifically, we participate in innovative projects in areas such as education (e-learning, cooperative learning, mobile and ubiquitous learning, digital content, interoperability of learning tools, analysis of the learning process), Heritage Information Systems and Sustainable Development applied to ICT.

Group members have extensive experience in the above topics and their activity is designed to identify real problems of society, investigate, and design and develop quality solutions. Moreover, members of this group regularly participate in forums and social media by disseminating new developments in information technology and communication.


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http://sushitos.upc.edu

Marc Alier