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The book covers the entity's trajectory since its creation and also tries to identify the distinguishing features of this type of entity. The book is the result of the collaboration of Caixa d'Enginyers and the Chair of Social Economy.
The event took place around a round table, moderated by journalist Ramón Pellicer, where the role of cooperative banking and its contribution to the social and responsible economy was debated. Joan Cavallé, director general of Caixa d'Enginyers, took part; Nina Schindler, CEO of EACB (European Association of Cooperative Banks); Cristina Freijanes, secretary general of UNACC; the two authors of the book; Álvaro López, director general of the Treasury and Financial Policy of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation; and Josep Maria Sánchez Pascual, director general of Financial Policy, Insurance and Treasury, and the president of Caixa d'Enginyers, Felix Masjuan.
El 4D project aims to create an individualized and personalized mobile application (app) for the management of curricular practices that will serve both students, tutors, supervisors and teachers of each organization that participates in this learning context.
With this technological application it is intended to improve the experience in learning based on healthcare environments. This project is coordinated by researchers Carlos Martínez and Esther Cabrera and by professor Carles García, from TecnoCampus, and has the participation of the University of Medicine of Lublin (Poland), the Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute (Spain) , Graz University of Technology (Austria), University of Twente (Netherlands), Kubify BV Learning Toolbox (Netherlands) and University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany).
The international conference, which had the participation of more than 100 people from different European countries, served to highlight the advantages and recommendations of incorporating digital tools that make it possible to create a bridge between health institutions and the academic environment . It was also the forum for the presentation of the first result of the project, the report "Key factors in the digitization of clinical practice environments in higher education".
This report, which will soon be published on the project's website, includes different recommendations obtained from the results of the study and which are summarized as follows: 1. Economic issues, technical characteristics, selection of devices, involvement of students and teachers and guidelines and policies are the five key aspects when designing an innovation for digitization in practices. 2. In order for technology to be implemented correctly, the following strategies must be adopted in parallel with technology adoption: training, teamwork, culture, staff involvement and patient empowerment. 3. After implementation, once the innovation has already been introduced into the practice environment and in order to guarantee the success of mobile learning, aspects such as maintenance, support must be taken into account technological, security and Internet access.
Following this event, the 16th transnational project coordination meeting took place on March 17 and XNUMX. This project is financed by the European Commission within the framework of the program Erasmus+ KA220 Cooperation partnerships in higher education.
Since 2015 this subject has had professional musicians and has recorded a large number of student projects, available at TecnoCampus showroom.
This year they were carried out a total of six music composition and production projects and have been recorded in the TecnoCampus audio studio, inaugurated in 2022. The works are of different styles and sounds. The students were able to experience the complete process of creation and production, from the analysis of a scene, the composition and arrangements, and finally the recording, editing and mixing.
This is the highest accreditation currently available and enables the teacher and researcher to gain access to a professorship at any Spanish university. Antonio José Planells is a permanent professor at TecnoCampus in the Degree in Design and Production of Videogames, where he teaches the subjects of introduction to game design and narrative. He is also the director of the emerging research group "Cultura i Tecnologia Lúdica" (CTL), recognized by the Generalitat de Catalunya, and directs, together with professor Víctor Navarro, the "Ludomythologies" research project, funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation .
Planells is the author of more than 23 indexed research articles, 11 book chapters and 6 monographs published in renowned publishing houses. His main lines of research are universal arguments in video games, theory of fiction and ludo-fictional worlds, and structural metaphors in analog gaming. According to the data of the Institut d'Estadística de Catalunya corresponding to the year 2021, only 8,25% of teachers in the public university system have this accreditation.
The collaborative short film made throughout this term by the Audiovisual Media Degree has been selected in the prestigious Inheritance Festival in Ireland. The animated short film, called ''Extinction'', has been selected to participate in the Inheritance Festival - Spring edition, which will take place in the cities of Dublin, Belfast, Brighton, Sheffield and Kent.
This audiovisual work was made by the students of the subject Drawing and 2D animation, using the rotoscopy technique. Through this work of animation, a call to attention is made about the danger of the disappearance of the fauna, a cry of alarm for the defense of the environment.
The challenge overcome by students Emma Comas Vidal, Jordi Pérez i Esclarin, Andrea Reche Pérez, Maria Salvaña Grajera and Enric Tafalla Izuel to access the final was to design a new concept or innovative service that the hotel could offer to its customers. In addition, the proposal had to consider one of these areas: sustainable tourism, destination experiences, health/wellness tourism or new business trends.
Facing this real challenge has allowed the students to put into practice the academic knowledge gained and their entrepreneurial and innovative skills. Now the finalist team, which has already passed a previous phase, will participate in a workshop that will take place between April and May.
The event will take place over a weekend with workshops taught by experts that will allow students to complete their projects. The work sessions will conclude with a final presentation by all the groups and the announcement of the winning team.
El TecnoCampus organizes the Open Doors during the month of April for future undergraduate and master's students who wish to enroll in university studies in the 23-24 academic year. As for the degree studies, the chosen date is the Saturday, April 22th. This day, in morning and afternoon sessions, will be held informative sessions of 19 degrees and double degrees from the fields of technology, audiovisual, business and health, by the degree coordinators and the testimony of current students. Next year, two new degrees will be launched. In addition to the information session in the classroom, visitors will be able to learn about the laboratories and common spaces where their activity will take place as a student of each degree. The visit can be complemented by registration in one of the four sessions on academic procedures, funding, student services, accommodation options or internationalization planned throughout the day.
Regarding masters and postgraduates, will be the 13 d'abril when the unit in charge of permanent training, HUB4T, will accompany those interested in the visit to the spaces of the park. Attendees will have theopportunity to learn about the five master's degrees that will be taught in the next academic year, in addition to expanding all the information on the program that most interests them, meeting the academic directors and finding out about the admission process, scholarships and financing, among others.
The business activity area has office and meeting spaces that are adapted to the needs of the incubated companies, while the outreach and social activity area is designed to develop exhibition, training and outreach activities. The most distinctive space, however, is the TechLab, the manufacturing laboratory area where the first level equipment for additive manufacturing has already been installed, which includes both machinery for design, as well as for the printing, cutting and cleaning of the prototypes.
During the inauguration ceremony, Josep Lluís Checa, general director of the TecnoCampus, highlighted the fact that "the incubator is an emblematic and unique project that takes advantage of the synergies of being integrated into the innovation ecosystem of the TecnoCampus and which incorporates state-of-the-art machinery to bring 3D printing closer to the reality of the companies in the area".
For his part, the general director of the Fundación Incyde, Javier Collado, wanted to remind that ThinkIn 3D "will strengthen the efficiency of consolidated sectors such as health, automotive, the textile industry and many others with a large presence and tradition in Catalonia". The inauguration also had the participation of David Bote, mayor of Mataró, who highlighted "the push that the city has wanted to give in recent years to projects that promote a new look at business sustainability".
Acceleration programs adapted to each reality
The incubator offers different types of programs, which have different intensities and a specific transformative potential in order to contribute to innovation in operations, production processes and business models, always responding in an individualized way to the challenge that each company intends to achieve . The Entrepreneurial and Technological High Performance Program, with the maximum intensity of transformation, is aimed both at newly created companies that base their business idea on additive manufacturing and at traditional companies that have never used this technology but want to evolve your business model. On the other hand, the technological acceleration program wants to reach SMEs and micro-SMEs consolidated in their respective sector, giving an impetus to the production process. Finally, ThinkIn 3D's technology services cover any business initiative with a specific need or challenge that wants to experience additive manufacturing.
For years, the City Council has been working with TecnoCampus and the Can Ruti Campus in the design of a project that was presented last March 16. During the event, all the parties involved signed a protocol of intentions in which the commitments and development phases of the project will be specified.
The event was attended by Marc Almendro, mayor of Alella; Jordi Ara, manager of the ICS metropolitan North; Josep Lluís Checa, general director of TecnoCampus; Javier Lafuente, Rector of the Autonomous University of Barcelona and Jordi Barretina, director of the Germans Trias i Pujol Research Institute. The conclusion was made by Joaquim Nadal, Councilor for Research and Universities.
Àgora Alella-La Miralda is projected as a space for innovation, research, training and entrepreneurship in the field of health and community well-being. A space that generates knowledge and creates synergies between science, business, public administration, academia and social action. A multidisciplinary project to address in a transversal way the health and well-being of the community by acting in prevention, health promotion, assistance and intervention and rehabilitation.
The new stand has been remodeled at the top to give more visibility to the brand from anywhere in the Fira de Barcelona pavilion where the Education Fair. In this way, the visitor can easily locate a stand located right next to that of Pompeu Fabra University, to which the TecnoCampus university center is affiliated. On Wednesday the 15th, the rector of the UPF, Laia de Nadal, visited the stand accompanied by the general director, Josep Lluís Checa, and the academic director, Elisa Sayrol.
About twenty students from the various degrees are in charge of explaining to those interested in the 19 degrees that they can learn everything they need to know about university access at the TecnoCampus. It is estimated that thousands of boys and girls who are currently studying high school or training courses will visit the Teaching Hall, a key event in the promotional calendar for the degrees. The TecnoCampus has also enabled a website dedicated to future students, where you can find, grouped, all the information about access to the University.
The TecnoCampus is launching two new undergraduate degree offers in the 2023-2024 academic year: the new degree in Human Nutrition and Dietetics and the double degree in Tourism and Leisure Management / Marketing and Digital Communities are launched to complete the center's training offer. In this way, an offer with the seal of Pompeu Fabra University, to which the TecnoCampus university center is affiliated, has just been outlined. An offer that is complemented by a wide range of masters, postgraduates and specialization courses linked to permanent training.
The next key appointment for those interested in TecnoCampus university studies is the Open Day, next April 22, appointment for which registrations have already opened.
For the second year, TecnoCampus students have strengthened their entrepreneurial skills in a bootcamp intensive held in Munich (Germany). The participation of TecnoCampus arises as a result of the collaboration it maintains with theStrascheg Center for Entrepreneurship of the University of Applied Sciences of Munich, as both entities are part of the European Alliance of Universities Home The futures.
From February 27 to March 4, students worked on an entrepreneurial challenge related to the future of food. During the week, the young people participated in different talks and sessions related to this topic, while developing an entrepreneurial project with a team multidisciplinary. "Everything in this program has added up: more learning, more points of view, more cultures, more friends, more experiences... It's been an excellent opportunity to learn, explore and test yourself," says Joan Garbarro, degree student in Industrial Organization Engineering. Joan Gabarró adds: "We attended more than 10 hours of training by experts from various sectors, we worked for more than 40 hours and developed a project on real problems."
Second prize winning project: Mergers Jams
Victor You'll come, degree student in Business Administration and Innovation Management in English, says: "The program gave me the opportunity to learn from food industry professionals, expand my experience and venture into in-depth research into such a critical sector. The highlight of the program has been collaborating with a diverse group of people from different disciplines and trajectories to work on exciting projects". He, along with three other students, presented the project that received second prize.
The award-winning project is an idea developed through market research into food waste in the viktualienmarkt in Munich, which has 140 sellers of fruit, vegetables, cheese, flowers and other products. victor Antràs explains: "we're leaving realize that each seller could end up throwing eight to ten kilos of fruit a week which, although perfectly edible, was not visually appealing to the end buyer." Hence was born "Mergers Jams", with a combination of fruits and vegetables to create innovative jams (for example: mojito and strawberry with pumpkin), to reverse almost all food waste. One of the incentives for sellers was to offer them 30% of product sales as a business model.
The four students say that the experience was very enriching. Martina Diaz-Vélez, student of the double degree in Business Administration and Marketing and Digital Communities, states: "We have known in detail the process of design thinking and the development of a business idea with the advice of experts". Santi aymerich, of the degree in Logistics and Maritime Business, summarizes: "What I take away is such a diversity of nationalities and their perspective on the same challenge. I had high expectations about this bootcamp, and without a doubt, they have been surpassed by a long way."
Professor Ester Bernadó accompanied the four TecnoCampus students and, in addition, participated as a speaker and coach of participating students al bootcamp. With the talk"from insights your idea generation" shared his experience on the methodology design thinking through which he motivated the students to identify the needs of the users to generate innovative solutions.
The TecnoCampus with the collaboration of the Eurecat Technology Center, opens call for nominations for the sixth edition of the Reimagine Textile high performance and support program for entrepreneurs. The Reimagine Textile High Performance Program is aimed at entrepreneurs and start-ups of up to 5 years of life in the textile sector who are committed to innovation, sustainability or circularity as a competitive advantage in their business model.
Smart, functional and sustainable fabrics, eco design, wearables, the use of new materials or the same transformation of waste to give it a new life, the textile circular economy, the improvement of processes through the digital technology, IoT, BigData, Blockchain, 3D printing; are some of the elements that are understood as innovation applied to the textile sector. The program consists of two phases. In the first, there are 15 previously selected projects that will hold group knowledge transfer sessions and will be accompanied by individualized mentoring in a triple helix: strategy, operations and technology.
In the second phase, five of these projects will be advised individually for the launch of their product on the market. In addition, this Reimagine Textile innovation program provides entrepreneurs, start-ups and companies in the sector with an incubation space, a textile manufacturing and prototyping laboratory and a fully equipped photo set. The application period will be open until May 15, 2023. For more information on how to participate, sign up for the InfoDays on March 22 and April 13. Check out the website.
L'active aging it considers the process of optimizing opportunities for health, lifelong learning, participation and safety, in order to achieve a better quality of life as people age. Under these premises, TecnoCampus Senior is an initiative that aims to promote lifelong learning that allows people over the age of 55, with or without a previous academic qualification, to join the University and have a space for training, participation and intergenerational coexistence.
La Chair of Ageing and Quality of Life and the permanent training center HUB4T, two projects promoted by TecnoCampus, have created this program linked to healthy and active ageing. TecnoCampus Senior is an initiative framed in the "Mataró, Ciutat Cuidadora" project, it is a sign of commitment to society. A total of 50 subjects from the various degrees that can be taken at the TecnoCampus are open, organized quarterly in the areas of business knowledge, technology, audiovisual and health.
In this way, the participants will share a classroom with undergraduate students and will be able to participate in the different activities organized by the University throughout the academic year. At this moment, the period for enrolling in the subjects of the third term is open, and with a discounted price.
The program was presented last Tuesday, February 28 in an event in which Miquel Àngel Vadell, deputy councilor for the Presidency, Education, Professional Training and University, highlighted that it is an opportunity for both the elderly and the young people with whom they will share classrooms, since they will learn from experience and advice that they can give them.
The day incorporated a presentation, by Laura Rosillo, Senior volunteer of the ASENCAT association, on the learning society in the age of longevity, emphasizing lifelong education in the 'education throughout life. "We have many years ahead of us, we must continue to be active and contribute value to society, which is why it is very important to also plan this new life stage," he pointed out.
Lifelong learning was the epicenter of the round table discussion which was carried out during the event. The participants were Jordi Berni, ASENCAT senior mentor; Joaquín Solana, economist and university teacher; Antoni Vilà i Alsina, acting president of Aules Senior Mataró; and Antoni Gomà, from the Kangaroo Committee of the Catalan Mathematical Society. Esther Cabrera, director of the Chair of Aging and Quality of Life, moderated the debate and provided her expert view on healthy and active aging. "The ability to learn must never be lost, it is the key to survival," he emphasized.
The presentation of the TecnoCampus Senior training program was carried out by Luz Fernández, head of permanent training HUB4T-TecnoCampus. To close the presentation day, Elizabet Ruiz, deputy councilor for Public Space and Municipal Equipment, Active Seniors and assistant for Animal Welfare, dedicated a few words to the senior attendees: "Life will never stop teaching us. Acquire this knowledge will keep us alive longer."
The event was welcomed by Mr. Miquel Àngel Vadell, deputy councilor for Presidency, Education, Professional Training and University, who highlighted that the program is an opportunity for the people in our environment, since they will learn from the experience and advice of the elderly. Lifelong learning was the epicenter of the round table discussion that took place during the event. The participants were Mr. Jordi Berni, ASENCAT Senior Mentor, Mr. Joaquín Solana, Economist and university teacher, Mr. Antoni Vilà i Alsina, Acting President Aules Senior Mataró, Mr. Antoni Gomà, from the Kangaroo Committee of the Catalan Mathematical Society. Dr. Esther Cabrera, director of the Chair of Aging and Quality of Life, moderated the debate and provided her expert view on healthy and active aging: The ability to learn must never be lost, it is the key of survival". The presentation of the TecnoCampus Senior training program was carried out by Mrs. Luz Fernández, head of permanent training HUB4T-TecnoCampus. To close the presentation day, Mrs. Elizabet Ruiz, deputy councilor for Public Space and Municipal Facilities, Active Seniors and Animal Welfare deputy, dedicated a few words to the senior attendees: "Life will never stop teaching us. Acquiring this knowledge will keep us alive longer."
The Agency for Management of University and Research Grants has recently published the provisional resolution of the call "SGR-Cat 2021", a call for grants that recognizes the quality and excellence of research groups that develop their activity in Catalonia, with the aim of promoting their activity and scientific, economic and social impact, as well as promoting their international projection.
All the TecnoCampus research groups that requested this recognition have obtained a positive resolution. The recognized groups are the following:
- Culture and Ludic Technology Research Group, coordinated by Dr. Antonio José Planells, which is recognized as an Emerging Research Group (2021 SGR 01601).
- Applied Research Group in the Financial, Economic and Social Environment (GRAEFES), coordinated by Dr. Josep Mª Raya, which obtains recognition as a Consolidated Research Group (2021 SGR 01602).
- Signal and Data Processing Research Group (TSD), coordinated by Dr. Marcos Faúndez, which obtains recognition as a Consolidated Research Group (2021 SGR 01603).
- Chronic Care and Health Innovation Research Group (GRACIS), coordinated by Dr. Esther Cabrera, who obtains recognition as a Consolidated Research Group (2021 SGR 01604) and a funding of 40.000 euros for her activity.
New project portal
On the other hand, the TecnoCampus Project and Research Support Service launches a portal to disseminate and improve the visibility of all projects that are done in the institution. The design has a unique project sheet format that collects the basic information of each one, the contact details of those responsible and the possibility of filtering by modality, project scope, amount or validity. The first version of the portal is already published with 16 projects and all current projects will gradually be incorporated.
The mayor and president of the TecnoCampus, David Bote; the president of PIMEC Maresme-Barcelonès Nord, John Pear; and the general director of TecnoCampus, Josep Lluís Checa, have signed today a collaboration agreement between the entities whose objective is iencourage the competitiveness and consolidation of the economic activity of the city and the business world in general, as well as active cooperation in the development of topics of common interest and continuing to improve the use of available resources.
This act was carried out at new headquarters that PIMEC occupies in the spaces of the park, which triples the space it had since, in 2011, the employer opened an office in the park to install the delegation of Maresme and Barcelonès Nord. The signatory entities have committed to organize and execute activities related to the generation, management, transfer and dissemination of knowledge in the business field that may be of interest to all companies and professionals in the territory, such as, for example, conferences on current issues in the business world.
The modality of this collaboration is also defined by the disclosure and dissemination among its groups of relevant information on programs, services, activities and training actions, such as programs related to educational cooperation agreements, programs of research and transfer of knowledge from the University to the company, information, support, advice or financing programs for companies, whether managed and executed jointly or not, and which are of interest to the companies of the territory
The agreement also involves promoting the resources that both entities have (conference center, training services, services to companies with advantages and specific offers). pthe president of PIMEC Maresme-Barcelonès Nord, Joan Pera, the agreement signed today "reinforces PIMEC's will to raise awareness and work so that the economic policy is designed to favor the development of SMEs and the self-employed, the main business fabric of Catalonia, since they represent more than 99,8% of all companies, 70% of employment and 65% of our country's GDP". The mayor and president of the TecnoCampus, David Bote, emphasized that "one of the key elements of the park is to enhance the productive fabric and bringing the business world closer to the University, elements that are also key in the agreement signed today". The general director of the TecnoCampus, Josep Lluís Checa, has emphasized the importance of joint work between the two entities.
The TecnoCampus opens a series of programs and services so that companies and start-ups can adopt additive manufacturing technology as a vector of competitiveness and innovation, within the framework of ThinkIn 3D, the new TecnoCampus additive manufacturing accelerator.
This project has transfer services, support and technological, operational and business training by experts. A customized roadmap will be drawn up for each company according to its needs; either to test, experiment, create tooling, develop new products, find solutions in your production chain or create new business models based on 3D printing. The programs and services offered are tailored to the needs of each company:
- High entrepreneurial and technological performance: aimed at start-ups or companies that want to transform their business through this technology. Technology Acceleration in FA: aimed at SMEs and micro-SMEs that want to address a challenge or the solution to a problem from an operations and technology perspective.
- Technological services: aimed at micro, small and medium-sized companies that want to start up, experiment or that need support in the adoption of this technology.
Support will also be given in the internationalization and access to financing of the participating companies.
ThinkIn 3D will have a space of 700m2 that will be inaugurated soon and will have a TechLab equipped with state-of-the-art 3D printers, with a 'T-shape' logic: specialization in the health sector and coverage for any need that can have a company from any other field. A unique opportunity for SMEs, micro-SMEs and start-ups, who during this 2023 will be able to immerse themselves in the world of additive manufacturing thanks to funding from the Incyde Foundation and Mataró City Council.
Last February 13, the students of Degree in Audiovisual Media who take the subject Production of Soundtracks participated in an informative talk with Ivan M. Lacamara, television and film composer especially known for being the creator of the music for La casa de Papel, Vis a Vis, Sky Rojo and a large catalog of films.
In this online meeting from his studio, the composer explained his professional journey, the particularities of working in television series, and also the pressure when working for large platforms such as Netflix or Amazon.
The students received advice to carry out their final projects of the subject and how to make themselves known in the world of musical creation for audiovisuals.
The program, coordinated by the area of Transfer, Innovation and Business in collaboration with the Chair of Circular Economy and Sustainability of the Tecnocampus, accompanies entrepreneurs to test the value proposition in the market with Lean StartUp methodologies, Customer Development, Business Model Canvas and Prototyping as well as to learn about the main strategies in the circular economy and the ways of integration into the business model.
Through workshops on lean startup methodology and circular economy as well as the support of tutors and expert mentors, the entrepreneur can:
- Discover and validate the business idea.
- Define, size and prototype the business model.
- Design the financing roadmap and opt for financing.
- Incorporate sustainability through the circular economy.
- Receive support in the creation of the company.
- Access the entrepreneurship and business ecosystem.
- Choose to access the startup incubator.
- Opt for the Creative awards.
It is aimed at entrepreneurs and startups with innovative projects, with technological solutions and/or application to the circular and sustainable economy, as well as to people with an innovative business idea, based on technology and/or application to the circular and sustainable economy.
The program is free and registrations are until March 20, 2023. The An information session will be held on February 23 to expand the program information.
The project was selected as part of the call for Erasmus+ "Cooperation partnerships in higher education" and will last for 2 years from January 2023. Last January 26 and 27 it took place at the Technical University of Ostrava (Czech Republic) the first meeting of the project, with all the partners. Màrian Buil, professor and researcher in entrepreneurship, and Marta Carceller, from the project and research support office, participated on behalf of TecnoCampus.
The project counts as a strategic partner at state level with the support of Lurtis, a company that develops technology based on artificial intelligence, and with the support of Mataró City Council, the association Dóna't un impuls, FAGEM and PIMEC You will find more information about the project in this link.
Last Thursday, February 2, the seventh edition of the Postgraduate Course in Management of Cooperatives and Social Economy Enterprises was inaugurated. This training is promoted and organized by the Chair of Social Economy at TecnoCampus, with the support of the Department of Labor of the Generalitat de Catalunya and funding from the Ministry of Labor and Social Economy of the Government of Spain.
The fundamental objective of the course is to train professionals to carry out their activities in the field of the social and cooperative economy. On the one hand, it improves the training levels of professionals who are currently working in these organizations; on the other hand, it trains young professionals who want to develop their professional career in these organizations. The course will provide students with the necessary skills to create, develop, manage, research, innovate and lead cooperatives and social economy enterprises, as well as to facilitate cooperation between them.
It is an eminently practical program, which facilitates and makes known the tools necessary for the good internal functioning of social economy entities and cooperatives and promotes entrepreneurial and innovative skills as engines of change in these organizations . During the event, a conference was held on models of credit cooperatives, by Joan Cavallé, director general of Caixa d'Enginyers. The inauguration was attended by Eloi Serrano, director of the postgraduate program and of the Chair of Social Economy at TecnoCampus; Josep Lluís Checa, general director of the TecnoCampus, Sergi Morales Díaz, second deputy mayor, councilor for Employment and Business, Social Economy; Ismael Hernández Adell and Màrian Buil, postgraduate coordinators.
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