Artificial Intelligence 2022 summer course at UNIA
BioSiP group organizes the summer course "Practical Introduction to artificial intelligence and Deep Learning" at International University of Andalusia. Topics in this course include Unsupervised learning, generative models, recommendation systems and reinforcement learning, all from a practical point of view.
BioSiP at the IWINAC 2022 conference
The BioSiP jointly with SiPBA group, will host the Workshop entitled MALENE (Machine Learning in Neuroscience) within the 9th IWINAC conference in Tenerife, June 2022.
Computational Neuroscience Laboratoryread more
Cybersecurity Award - 2018
Cybersecurity Award - La Noche de las Telecomunicaciones 2018
Crypto Lab decrypts telegrams sent in 1940
A Spanish strip cipher, known as the “PILAR key,” has been reconstructed from a set of encrypted telegrams sent by the General Directorate of Security in Madrid, Spain, to the civil government in Malaga, Spain, in 1940. The results have been presented and exposed in the Provincial Historical Archive of Malaga.
Biosip co-organizes "Telecommunication for Secutiry and Defense" 2019
Funded by the Ministry of Defense (Spain)
BIOSIP deploys the first wireless sensor prototypes for intelligent irrigation
CONMET project, leadered by BIOSIP, belonging to the UMA Smart Campus framework, has produced the first hardware prototypes to be integrated with software applications to provide intelligence to the UMA irrigation control system
Técnicas de inteligencia artificial para el diagnóstico precoz de la dislexia
Grupo BioSiP en el programa Tesis de Canal Sur
We are part of the UMA
The University of Málaga follows an educational model to promote competitive, quality teaching which is employment-orientated and accredited in Europe. Its vigour and growth over recent years have led to it becoming a reference point for universities in Spain.Go to UMA >
We are part of the Leeduca project. This aims to fuse multimodal information (behavioural and biomedical data) using advanced signal and data processing techniques for the diagnosis of learning disabilities.read more >
Our production spans medical image processing and analysis, machine learning and neural networks.Journal articles >
About Research Group
The Biomedical Signal Processing,Computational Intelligence and Communications Security (BioSiP) research group focus the activities in the development of new techniques and learning algorithms, in collaboration with other national and international research groups.read more