The IFIC’s UCIE has promoted the development of innovative projects in collaboration with companies, as well as research and technological institutes of the Valencian Community, some of which have allowed the development of instruments used in the fight against COVID-19.
Aid in the diagnosis of COVID19 from chest X-rays generating a transfer of direct knowledge to hospitals.
It applies AI and Machine Learning techniques for the intelligent diagnosis of various pathologies from X-rays with integrated circuit implementation.
Performs a proof-of-concept assembly of a wireless data-processing and reading system with sub-nanosecond synchronization for multi-sensor detectors.
Evaluates the improvement of imaging capacity for radiopharmaceutical treatment that can be provided by the use of new technologies developed by the IFIC.
It aims to achieve a 3D reconstruction of the spine of patients with idiopathic scoliosis.
Measures the emitted light by biological samples through the detection of photons emitted by cells stimulated by various chemical agents.
Participates in various programmes of environmental radioactivity measurement and radiological monitoring. Promotes measurement of radon in air for the prevention of lung cancer.
It studies and characterizes one of the basic elements of particle accelerators, the radiofrequency cavities. Conducts research on high gradient phenomena and develops RF technology, paying special attention to systems for medical and industrial applications.
Develops and validates nanovectors for targeted transport of antitumor agents through physiological barriers. Promotes new lines of diagnosis and therapy in diseases.
Designs a breast simulator dummy manikin and a set of tools for simulating FDG uptake in breast tumors.
Manufactures a prototype intraoperative beta probe for radiation-guided oncology surgery.
It looks for applications in other areas of health for RX3D and improve the experience in its use.
Maximizes the benefits of cancer therapies based on the use of protons and ions, i.e., hadrontherapy.