WIVI and the Technical University of Catalonia have signed a collaboration agreement.
WIVI has gained new support in its efforts to improve children’s visual function health. The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) will be collaborating with the E-Health Technical Solutions in order to enhance WIVI’s functionalities.
According to the founders of E-Health Technical Solutions, Eva García Ramos and Prof. Dr. Juan Carlos Ondategui Parra, this will be a fruitful collaboration in terms of R+D for the company and also good for the University to promote the R&D to Business. They were both present at the signing of the agreement, along with the rector of the University, Prof. Dr. Francesc Torres, and Vice-rector for Knowledge Transfer and Innovation, Prof. Dr. Jordi Berenguer Sau.
According to provisional results reported by the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI) for the period 2014–2017, the UPC remains the top university and the third Spanish institution when it comes to attracting funds under Horizon 2020 (H2020), the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.