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RNASA

RNASA

RNASA is the acronym of Redes de Neuronas Artificiales y Sistemas Adaptativos (Artificial Neural Networks and Adaptive Systems), a research group inside the Department of Comunications and Information Technologies and the Department of Medicine of the University of A Coruña (UDC), Spain. The members of RNASA develop their teaching and research activities on Artificial Intelligence, especially in the area of connectionist systems, using Artificial Neural Networks to solving complex real-world problems, and covering mainly the area of medicine.

The specific research lines at RNASA are:

  • Artificial Intelligence using a connectionist approach to computation and evolutionary computation.
  • Telemedicine. DICOM application development, PACS systems with web technology and interaction with the HIS/RIS. Telecare for patients, remote diagnosis, remote education, monitoring of patients, security of medical data, and so on.
  • Digital image analysis. Intelligent systems for 3D reconstruction.
  • Thermal therapy. Software development and application development for thermal therapy

RNASA is a multidisciplinary team that develops major research projects related to computing and medicine. The Group currently are conducting numerous research projects in collaboration with hospitals.

Principal Researcher: Alejandro Pazos

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