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MADRID REGION VIRTUAL HACKATHON, A RESPONSE TO COVID-19!

UCJC presented 9 projects or ideas from the three Schools and the CEA, involving 41 professors / researchers and 3 students.

1) Helpacket

School of Technology and Science

Team: 1 UCJC researcher and three students from the Degree in Transportation and Logistics

Rafael Villa / José Ramón Fernández de Sevilla de Nova / Carlos Carillo del Olmo / Hugo de Castro Quesada

Helpacket is a collaborative platform that brings together on the one hand, the supply of healthcare material and PPE from businesses and individuals and, on the other, the needs of these materials for the most disadvantaged medical centres, care homes and groups. The platform, which is managed by the competent administration, supplies the requests of the institutions taking into account different assessment criteria (multi-criteria delivery decision).

193 SUPPORTS 1st PLACE

2) NEAR. Urban nano-logistics

School of Technology and Science

Team: 11 UCJC researchers from four degrees (Urban Management, Transport and Logistics, Digital Arts and Business and Technology)

David Moreno Casas / Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho / José Crespo Cadórniga / José Carpio Pinedo / Jonathan Zaji Bar-Magen Numhauser / Miguel Fernández Alonso / Tomás García Martín / Marta Serrano Pérez / Gema González Carreño / Mercedes Llop Pomares / Rafael Conde Melguizo

The idea is the reconfiguration of the city in the face of a pandemic through the use of parametric artificial intelligence models applied to nano-logistics, with the aim of serving the most disadvantaged population with collaborative logistics and through geographic information systems, artificial intelligence and fog computing (BlockChain-5G).

44 SUPPORTS 16th POSITION

3) Social and psychological support for effectively coping with COVID-19

School of Education and Health

Team: 6 UCJC researchers from three degrees (Psychology, Nursing and Education)

Cayetana Ruiz Zaldibar / Montserrat Ruiz / Amalia Escalona / Miguel Ángel Pérez Nieto / María Luisa Martínez / Cecilia Theirs

This potential project could integrate, expand and develop support and research activities that are already being done.

14 SUPPORTS

4) Support for the Madrid business community

School of Communications and Humanities

Team: 11 UCJC researchers

Eva García Montero / Max W. Römer / Pilar Antolinez / Miriam Salvador / Francisco Santamaría / Laura Melendo / Miguel Ángel Díaz Camacho / Ana Calderón / José Pedro Marfil / María Gabriela Ortega / Eva Martínez

Project by the MMIIPP team in the field of employment and health to strengthen the brand image of Madrid (currently devalued), supporting regional political leaders in the tasks of positioning the Madrid Region and supporting the dissemination of messages (and use media) for concepts related to health, the elderly, vulnerable and, all as a collective.

12 SUPPORTS

5) Effect of COVID-19 lockdowns on university lifestyles.

School of Education and Health

Team: 5 UCJC researchers

Cayetana Ruiz Zaldibar / David Perez Manchón / Noemí Mayoral Gonzalo / Angel Vicario Merino / Montserrat Ruiz López

Camilo José Cela University wanted to launch this project with the aim of evaluating the effects that lockdown is having on the lifestyles of the university population. The changes to which this population is subjected could have an effect on their lifestyles related to diet, exercise, the use of screens, sleep-rest and harmful habits, the evaluation of which could provide essential data for the subsequent design and implementation of health interventions.

8 SUPPORTS

6) A health data management method that allows the improvement of daily planning “in situ” of public transport.

The Centre for Professional Studies (logistics and transport team), in collaboration with the Madrid Demarcation of the College of Civil Engineers, Channels and Ports.

Team: 5 UCJC researchers

Rafael Magro / Ana Luz Luengo / María Jesús Retana / Josefa Suarez / Amador Alvarez Cózar

The Directorate of Works and Mobility of the Hon. Madrid City Council supported these two projects.

3 SUPPORTS

7) Design of a rapid response method for the use of car parks in which to carry out rapid tests for COVID 19.

The Centre for Professional Studies (logistics and transport team), in collaboration with the Madrid Demarcation of the College of Civil Engineers, Channels and Ports.

Team: 5 UCJC researchers

Rafael Magro / Ana Luz Luengo / María Jesús Retana / Josefa Suarez / Amador Alvarez Cózar

The Directorate of Works and Mobility of the Hon. Madrid City Council supported these two projects.

2 SUPPORTS

8) PULSO

School of Technology and Science

Team: 3 UCJC researchers

Jonathan Zaji Bar-Magen Numhauser / Carmen Chamorro / Carolina Hoz

We want to take care of those who take care of us, that is why we want to be able to know in real time the conditions in which our health workers work. The goal is to facilitate both their work and their health. The idea is to develop an application that, installed on smart bracelets, is capable of collecting information about the life signs and the working conditions of health professionals. Once the data is obtained, we can create a website that allows better decision-making to improve the efficiency of the health system based on the knowledge obtained.

0 SUPPORTS

9) Encadenados TE2R

School of Education and Health

Team: 3 UCJC researchers

Presentación Caballero / Sara Sánchez

Solidarity project aimed at infected, recovered, or isolating people who need it, which gives listening times that generate resilience and individual well-being, while those moments of life grow and multiply in chain towards the social, through telephone calls and by paying it forward. Time of dedication to the other, expert listening and emotionally positive resilience to alleviate the psychological and social effects of covid-19, generating personal and social well-being, with a snowball effect, where all those involved communicate and grow individually and socially.

0 SUPPORTS

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