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MAyFAIR: Molecular identification by machine learning analysis of atomic force microscopy images   Recently updated !

Quasar Science Resources collaborates with the Scanning Probe Microscopy Theory & Nanomechanics (SPMTH) research Group (Department of Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (Autonomous University of Madrid, UAM) in the development of an efficient method to identify the structure and chemical composition of individual molecules based […]


RAPTA Robotics

Quasar has joined a large european consortium made out of Universities and companies across Europe devoted to the development of a robot with general-purpose capabilities and intelligence. The projects objective is to demonstrate a bio-inspired technology in a proof of concept by developing a series of increasingly sophisticated robot systems, […]


SIMBAD: a Scientific Platform to Protect Earth’s Ecosystems from Space

On April 2018 Quasar Science Resources was accepted into the the ESA Business Incubation Centre (BIC) Madrid Region, managed by Fundación madri+d (Madrimasd Knowledge Foundation) and supported by the Regional Government of Madrid. Fundación madri+d is a reference centre for science and technology in the Region of Madrid with extensive […]


GenObIA: Artificial Intelligence to tackle Obesity

Quasar Science Resources joins the GenObIA team. Since 1998 the World Health Organization (WHO) considers obesity as a global epidemic with a great risk for public health. The goal of GenObIA is to develop artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms from socieconomic, cultural, physical and nutritional information to predict the risk of […]


Iberdrola: Software and System Administration

Quasar has just started a contract with Iberdrola (Spain) to provide software and system support within their Generación Nuclear unit. Iberdrola, S.A. is a Spanish public multinational electric utility company based in Bilbao, Basque Country. Iberdrola operates several nuclear plants individually or jointly with other companies. Our service within the […]


Robotic Telescopes for NEOs and Space Debris   Recently updated !

Robotic telescopes are astronomical telescope and detector systems which do not require human intervention for their operation. On December 22nd ESA issued an Invitation to Tender (P3-SST-III for Robotic Telescopes Demonstration – AO9061) to support the deployment of interfaces to existing robotic telescopes and demonstrate the robustness of remote automated operations. Quasar Science […]


Athena SIXTE simulator for the Athena X-IFU event reconstruction module (SIRENA)

Quasar has been working, in collaboration with the IFCA, performing optimizations and developing multithreading features in the Athena SIXTE simulator for the Athena X-IFU event reconstruction module (SIRENA). IFCA is currently developing the SIRENA package as part of the publicly available SIXTE end-to-end simulator. SIRENA is the software aimed at […]