Impact of improvements
We look for innovations that can impact a large number of people and organizations. We have already transformed academic knowledge into innovations recognized by their target audience. Now we seek to reach new audiences to contribute to improving the world.
The best solutions bring together diverse views and experiences. That is why we promote multidisciplinary and intersectoral teams, why we participate in international consortia and why we are passionate about co-creation with a wide range of partners and clients, who are references in their sectors.
Valuing people and resources
We are determined to use knowledge to achieve more with the resources available, in accordance with current values. Thus, for example, we propose innovations to ensure that clinical care reaches citizens sooner, without increasing public investment and without overloading our healthcare providers.
Knowledge as a lever for progress
As a spin-off from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, in addition to returning part of our income to the public university, we propose innovations based on differential knowledge that would otherwise not go beyond the academic sphere.
A large part of our staff is made up of students we know on internships. In Aslogic, we facilitate the first contact of Bachelor’s, Master’s, Doctorate and Vocational Training students with the working framework for which they are trained, integrating them as one more member in our projects, to add value to their training.
Mr. Ignacio Ingerto
Graduate in Law with specific training in business management. More than 20 years at the head of the management of various companies. Since 2009, focused on Aslogic’s areas of interest.
In charge of the company’s commercial strategy and leadership of key collaboration agreements. Responsible for both the communication and dissemination work packages and the intellectual property rights work packages in H2020 consortia.
Dr. Juan José Ramos
Coordinator and professor of the program of the Degree in Aeronautical Management and the European Master in logistics and supply chain management, both from the UAB.
Coordinator and undergraduate professor LogiSim.
Dr. José Luís Muñoz
PhD and Postdoc in sensors based on nano/microelectromechanical systems.
Project Manager focused on the development of decision support systems in technologies.