COVILED project results presentation conference

Next Friday 21 April 2023 at 12:00 we will celebrate in the auditorium of the CHUAC the presentation of results of the COVILED project: Intelligent disinfection system for the control of the aerial spread of COVID-19.

The COVILED project, funded by the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) in the framework of the Conecta-COVID call for proposals and which is scheduled to end on 30 April, is promoted by a Galician consortium of five entities: The Biomedical Research Institute of A Coruña, through its managing body the Professor Novoa Santos Foundation, the Photonics4Life research group of the USC and the companies Setga, Wireless Galicia and Insati.

The conference will begin with a welcome speech by Luis Verde Remeseiro, Manager of the Health Area of A Coruña and Cee and Guillermo Vázquez González, Deputy Director of CHUAC Information Systems and director of the ATIS INIBIC group. It will be attended by professionals from the clinical field with extensive experience in scientific studies related to Sars-CoV-2, such as Enrique Míguez Rey, Head of the Internal Medicine Section of Infectious Diseases of the Healthcare Area of A Coruña and Cee and Coordinator of the Clinical Virology research group of INIBIC and María del Mar Tomás Carmona, Microbiologist of the Healthcare Area of A Coruña and Cee and Director of the MicroTM research group of INIBIC. Members of the consortium team of the USC, Setga, Wireless Galicia and Insati will give a complete overview of the results obtained during the development of the project. Sabela Pardo Rodríguez, director of the programme area of the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN) will close the conference.

We show below the programme of the conference:

Access to the venue does not require prior registration, although it is compulsory to wear a mask at all times.

COVILED is a project funded by the Galician Innovation Agency (GAIN), co-financed by the FEDER GALICIA 2014-2020 funds, within the REACT-EU axis as an EU response to the COVID-19 pandemic, supported by the Xunta de Galicia.

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