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22 July 2019Bilbao Campus

DEUSTO awards 15 new projects for their social impact

DEUSTO recognised the work of 15 new projects for their positive impact and transforming action on society in the third edition of the Call Label Deusto Research Social Impact. Up to today, DEUSTO has recognised in total 40 projects with social impact.

The 15 awarded projects with the ‘Deusto Research Social Impact’ label are from the different research units and faculties of DEUSTO (Deusto Business School, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Psychology and Education and Orkestra), showing that excellent research can bring about answers to societal challenges in all fields of knowledge.

They all have been developed in cooperation and co-creation with social agents, such as business players, NGOs, public administration and other education and training organisations, and have presented clear indicators and evidences of their contribution to tackling today’s major societal challenges.

The awarded projects are:

  • Compromiso empresarial. Impulsando el compromiso empresarial en Gipuzkoa. Henar Alcalde, Orkestra.
  • WWENERTRANSITION. Energy transitions worldwide. Lessons for Spain and the CAPV. Macarena Larrea Basterra.Orkestra.
  • RIPDEE. Las redes inteligentes y el papel del distribuidor de energía eléctrica. Jaime Menendez Sanchez. Orkestra
  • EIS On the meaning of innovation performance: Is the synthetic indicator of the European Innovation Scoreboard flawed?Jon Mikel Zabala.Deusto Business School.
  • CONNECT. CONNECTING AUDIENCES - European Alliance for Education and Training in Audiences Development. Macarena Cuenca. Deusto Business School.
  • GREENSOUL. Eco-aware Persuasive Networked Data Devices for User Engagement in Energy Efficiency. Cruz E. Borges Hernández. Faculty of Engineering.
  • GoLab. Global Online Science Labs for Inquiry Learning at School. Javier García Zubia. Faculty of Engineering.
  • BIENESTAR. Bienestar y discapacidad. Aiur Retegi Uria. Faculty of Engineering.
  • SUPRA_UD. Sistema Avanzado para el control de úlceras por presión mediante evaluación y reconocimiento de imagen. María Begoña García Zapirain. Faculty of Engineering.
  • UD-EBIHOTZA. Algoritmos de procesado digital multi-sensor asociados a enfermedades cardiovasculares para la monitorización y análisis con técnicas de machine learning. María Begoña García Zapirain. Faculty of Engineering.
  • SIMPATICO. SIMplifying the interaction with Public Administration Through Information technology for Citizens and cOmpanies. Diego López-de-Ipiña. Faculty of Engineering.
  • HARRERA La población refugiada en Bizkaia y su proceso de integración. Bizkailab Think Tank 2016 Derechos Humanos y Cooperación. Encarnación La Spina. Faculty of Law. Human Rights Institute.
  • PRIVACTOR-VISA. Gestión de visados por empresas privadas en la zona Schengen: mapeo del fenómeno y sus riesgos. María Luisa Sánchez. Barrueco. Faculty of Law.
  • Brecha digitalAnálisis de la tercera brecha digital de género de las personas adolescentes de la CAE. María Silvestre Cabrera. Faculty of Social and Human Sciences.REHACOG Bizkailab-Rehacop: Intervenciones de promoción del envejecimiento activo como estrategia de prevención de la discapacidad y dependencia en personas mayores en Bizkaia. Natalia Ojeda. Faculty of Psychology and Education.

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