The University of A Coruña becomes a new member of DIHGIGAL to promote technology transfer to the industrial sector.

The University of A Coruña is integrated as a new member of the Digital Innovation Hub of the Galician Industry and becomes part of the Technology Offer Commission. UDC’s membership will promote actions to improve the Galician industrial fabric and foster the transfer of research, innovation and technological knowledge.

The UDC is a modern, dynamic university with a clear international vocation, constantly changing and updating its range of degrees. With more than 40 degrees, 7 simultaneous programmes (double degrees) and a wide range of masters and doctorates, it welcomes more than 18,000 students and has a staff of more than 1,400 teachers and researchers.

With campuses in Coruña and Ferrol, it has 21 centres of its own and a technology park, supported by the Administration and the business sector, with centres that carry out research and transfer knowledge to national and international industry. The Centre for Technological Innovation in Building and Civil Engineering (CITEEC), the Centre for Information and Communication Technologies (CITIC), the Centre for Advanced Scientific Research (CICA) and the Centre for Technological Research (CIT) are benchmarks in their sector. Committed to promoting talent and research, the UDC also has a unique plan in Spain for attracting research talent, the InTalent UDC-Inditex Programme, financed by the multinational to attract top-level researchers from all over the world to the UDC.

The University of A Coruña will be a generator of knowledge within the industrial digitalisation chain of DIHGIGAL companies. In this regard, it should be noted that the UDC is already developing with another of DIHGIGAL’s partners, the ICT Cluster, the Cidade das TIC project, a strategic project to create a Technology and Digital Innovation Campus of international reference.

From DIHGIGAL we welcome the University of A Coruña as a key element to achieve our goal: to promote the digital transformation of Galician companies.