GIAS is the acronym of the "Grupo de Inteligencia Artificial y Sistemas" a research and development group at ULPGC. The group name is also related with the three main interest areas:

Graphics: Computer Graphics, visual environments, CAD and hypermedia.

Artificial Intelligence: Artificial Intelligence applications, knowledge-based systems, pattern recognition, computer vision and autonomous systems.

Systems: System engineering applications, computer control and instrumentation.

Conference deadlines of interest for GIAS Group.

People:

Photos with some of them are available.

  • A photo taken in July 1995, from left to right starting with the upper row: Daniel, Jorge, Javier, Cayetano, Modesto and Mario.
  • This one was taken two years later. Here we can see also Josep and Isabel (and some extras).
  • This Photo taken in 1998 with DESEO and Torrente among some new members including Antonio C., Marcial and Irael.
  • An image in Mid: GIAS's founders around 1985. From left to right: Antonio Falcón, Mario Hernández and Juan Méndez.

 

Past Members and visitors.

Past visitor students.

  • Jerome Bersano, 'el francés', a mechanical engineer student at IFMA, who designed from September'97 to January'98 a stereo image acquisition platform with only one video camera.
  • Caspar Treijtel, 'el holandés', a computer science student from TU-Delft.
  • Patrick Rivier, 'el hombre tranquil', a mechanical engineer student at IFMA, who finally redesigned and built (suffering some stress) in June 99 a stereo image acquisition platform with only one video camera.
  • Christophe Hacquard, 'el enamorao metodista', a mechanical engineer student at IFMA, who has been working from September'99 to January'00 in the design of a mechanical and expresive face.
  • Yann Rageul, 'el creciente', a mechanical engineer student at IFMA, who will design and build a mechanical and expressive face from February'00 to July'00.
  • Céline Eymard, known as 'la mujer 10 ... en orientación', a mechanical engineer student at IFMA, who developed from September'00 to January'01 an electromechanical arm.
  • Vincent Corbiere, 'el coleccionnista', a mechanical engineer student at IFMA, who is designing further an electromechanical arm.
  • Olivier Mincato, the biker, a mechanical engineer student at IFMA that designed the lips for CASIMIRO.
  • If you are interested in becoming visitor student, and you have your own budget, please contact us and send your curriculum vitae.

 


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Grupo de Inteligencia Artificial y Sistemas (GIAS)

Dpto. Informática y Sistemas

Universidad Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

35017 Las Palmas. SPAIN