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Main projects (2018-2022)

F032 – High Performance Computing and Distributed Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, Technologies and Applications inHPC, Fog-Edge-Cloud, Big Data, Robotics, Signals and Real Time Systems.

Head: Dr. Marcelo Naiouf
Deputy Head: Ing. Armando De Giusti

This project integrates research activities and human resources training (in graduate and postgraduate studies).They are applied to optimize the use of multiprocessor architecture for High Performance Computing, Distributed Computing, Real-time systems and Robotic, taking into account new technology trends and the increasing intereston topics, such as fog-edge- cloud, energy consumption and fault tolerance.


F031 – Design, development and evaluation of systems in hybrid scenarios for key areas of today’s society: education, smartcities and digital governance.

Head: Dra. Cecilia Sanz
Deputy Head: Lic. Patricia Pesado

The main goal of the project is to investigate methodologies and tools for the design, development and evaluation of systems for hybrid scenarios, and apply them to key areas of today’s society, thus contributing to the digital transformation process that is taking place in our societies.


F030 – Data Intelligence. Machine Learning Techniques and Models.

Head: Dr. Waldo Hasperué
Deputy Head: Dra. Laura Lanzarini

The project seeks to contribute to knowledge in terms of research, design and implementation of adaptive techniques applicable to Intelligent data analysis, seeking to enhance the training of human resources, collaboration with other groups in the country and abroad, and the concrete transfer of results.


CAP4CITY – Strengthening Governance Capacity for Smart Sustainable Cities.

Director:Gabriela Viale (DUK). Co-director: Elsa Estevez (UNS-UNL).

People in charge:Armando de Giusti (UNLP), Patricia Pesado (III-LIDI).

The aim of this project is to take advantage of  the interest that  Smart Sustainable Cities (SSC) has aroused in Latin America. The idea is to integrate it in several university courses by using new teaching and learning  tools, as well as  to develop new syllabus in all levels of the education process. Given that  the number of necessary competencies has grown and its interdisciplinary characteristics, the syllabus for SSC will be implemented in areas such as Business Administration, Computer Sciences, Engineering, Architecture and Urbanism, Urban Planning, Political Sciences, among others, by a collaborative and international network of academic institutions that were selected in Latin America and Europe. The syllabus will support modernization and internationalization in higher education in the member countries.

Participants: 12 universities from our country and  overseas:  Universität für Weiterbildung Krems (Danube University Krems) in Austria – DUK, Tallinn University of Technology (TUT) in  Estonia, Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands,  Gdańsk University of Technology (GUT) in Poland,  Universidad Nacional del Sur (UNS) and  Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP) in Argentina,  Pontifical Catholic University of Rio grande do SUL – PUCRS and  Complexo de Ensino Superior Meridional – IMED in  Brazil, Universidad Externado de Colombia (UEC) and Escuela Colombiana de Ingeniería Julio Garavito (ECI) in Colombia, Universidad Católica del Norte (UCN) and Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María (UTFSM) in Chile.

Assessing/financing Agency: Erasmus+ Training Program. European Union.

Proyect Code: 598273-EPP-1-2018-1-AT-EPPKA2-CBHE-JP

Date:15/11/2018 – 14/11/2022.


ERASMUS+ KA 107 High Education Mobility among countries of the program.

The aim of this proyect is to encourage mobility among students from La Plata National University – UNLP (Argentina) and Zaragoza University – UNIZAR (España) in order to interrelate with european educational  This allows students to study, at some point of their courses, in an european university, with academic recognition and merit-based guarantee, as well as syllabus adaptation. This program takes into account the importance of the formation  in an academic Exchange, since the student experiments different teaching systems as well as different social and cultural aspects.

Participants: Zaragoza University and La Plata National University-School of Computer Science.

Assessing/financing Agency: Erasmus+ Training Program. European Union.

Code: KA 107

Date:November 2020 – May 2023


Early Childhood and Sustainable Development: to an integral care strategy. Raising Community in the United Nations Program for the development.

People in charge: Armando De Giusti (UNLP), Cecilia Sanz (III-LIDI)

The aims of this Project are to design and plan the collaborative platform that involve the classification of users, sections, useful material (booklets), experience interchange, agenda and Also,    to develop and programme the collaborative platform, to start up digital tools, gather the uses of the different actors/users:  coordination staff, universities, territorial tutors, families and  sectorization according to geographical distribution, type of intervention, used material and time of use. Keep the collaborative platform.

Assessing/financing Agency:Programs and Sector Wide Approach Special Proyects  (DPPEESA in Spanish) – United Nations Program for Development.

Project code:PNUD Nº 00124302

Date:May 2021 – November 2021

PITAP Project (2016-2018)
High-Performance Computing, Data Mining and Applications with Social Impact.
Goals: the basic goal of this project is the development of human resources for the applications of interest for the province of Buenos Aires divided into two main points: High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Data Mining (DM). Likewise, it is focused on concrete solution for problems of social impact that require HPC and DM, and can be applied and transferred to the public sector and to companies in the province as well.
Head: Dr Laura Lanzarini. Deputy Heads: Dr. Fernando Tinetti and Dr Laura De Giusti.
Evaluated and Supported by: CICPBA (PIT-AP-BA Project).

Tools for the Development and Implementation of Digital Public Services for Social Action for towns from the province of Buenos Aires.
Goals: the basic goal of this project is to develop a tool kit for a town administration that will facilitate the delivery of social action digital public services for neighbours, to support public servants and employees to develop human abilities to learn how to use those tools and to contribute to citizens’sensibility
Head: Dr. Pablo Fillotrani. Deputy Heads: Dr Elsa Estévez and Graduate Patricia Pesado.
Evaluated and Supported by: CICPBA (PIT-AP-BA Project).

REFORTICCA Resources for the empowerment of ICT, Science and Envirornment Trainers.
Goals: the basic goals of this project is to offer primary and high school teachers teaching resources and ICT tools to be used as a help for the learning-teaching process in Physical Sciences, Mathematics and Envirornment.
Head: Dr María José Abásolo. Head Deputies: Dr María Luján Castro and Dr Graciela Santos.
Evaluated and Supported by: CICPBA (PIT-AP-BA PROJECT)

Previous Projects (2018-2022)

High-Performance Computing: Architectures, Algorithms, Performance Metrics and HPC applications, Big Data, Robotics, Real Time Signal Processing
11/F024 Project

Methodologies, Techniques and Tools for Software Engineering in Hybrid Sceneries/Situations
11/F023 Project

Smart Systems, Applications in pattern Recognition, Data mining and Big Data
11/F025 Project


Previous Projects (2014-2017)

HPC Multiprocessor Architecture: Base Software, metrics and applications
11/F018 Project

Technologies for Distributed Software Systems. Quality in Systems and Processes. Teaching Sceneries/Situations mediated by ICT
11/F016 Project

High-Performance Parallel Computation. HPC Performance Basis and Assessment. Applications to Intelligent Systems, Simulation and Image Processing
11/F017 Project


Previous Projects (2010-2013)

Distributed Multiprocessor Architectures. Models, Base Software and Applications. Approved by UNLP (2010-2013)
11-F011-F010 Project

Technologies and Applications in Distributed Software Systems. Experiences in E-Learning. E-Government and Production Systems. Approved by UNLP (2010-2013)
11-F011-F012 Project

Parallel and Distributed Processing. Basis and Applications in Intelligent Systems and Video and Image Processing. Approved by UNLP (2010 – 2013)
11-F011-F012 Project

Thematic Network of Universities on Applications and Usability for Interactive Digital TV.
REDAUTI (2012-2015)

Goals: to support human resources development, to encourage research through disciplines and to strengthen research groups in Iberoamerican universities regarding Digital TV, improving the design, implementation and display of applications, services and production for Digital TV contents, in its multiple open-code and collective-interest platforms, to solve problems from the Iberoamerican context.

Head: Dr María José Abásolo
Evaluated and Supported by: CYTED (Iberoamerican Program of Science and Technology for the development (Spain). 512RT0461 Network.
Date: 01/01/2012-31/12/2015