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Science requested a report on the research activity of Juan Manuel Corchado before his election as Dean of USAL

Science requested a report on the research activity of Juan Manuel Corchado before his election as Dean of USAL

On May 3, the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities requested a report from the Spanish Research Ethics Committee on the research activity of Juan Manuel Corchado, who was elected on May 7 as the new rector of the University of Salamanca, as reported to Europa Press sources. From this administration.

One of the functions of the Spanish Research Ethics Committee is to issue reports, proposals and recommendations on matters relating to scientific integrity, responsible research and professional ethics in scientific and technical research.

Professor of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Juan Manuel Corchado received 61.07 percent of the votes cast in the election for the rector of the University of Salamanca (USAL).

With 10.5 percent participation, and a total of 3,489 votes, his candidacy received 2,131 votes, 1,135 blank votes were presented and 223 null votes were added, according to information provided by the head of the electoral body, Javier Melgosa.

Prior to this new responsibility, Juan Manuel Corchado, in addition to his time as a student, teacher and researcher, was an engineer for the Bisset Group, Dean of the Faculty of Sciences and Vice President for Research and Transport during Daniel Hernández RuĂ­perez’s term as University Dean.

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