Rosa Maria Alsina Pagès

Rosa Maria Alsina Pagès
C. Quatre Camins 30, 08022, Barcelona
Department of Engineering
Human-Environment Research

Dr. Rosa Ma Alsina-Pagès is nowadays Director of Research and Innovation of La Salle Campus Barcelona. She has been the Research Director of La Salle Campus BCN since 2019, an institution with six SGR research groups recognized by AGAUR. The campus also houses a technology transfer center with the ACCIÓ TECNIO seal, with more than 90 researchers from the fields of management, architecture, engineering and digital arts, and more than 80 research and transfer projects regularly underway.

Dr. Alsina-Pagès is a Engineer in Electronics and Telecommunications (2002 and 2004 respectively), from La Salle-URL, Graduate in Humanities from the UOC (2012), Master in Project Management from La Salle - URL (2003). She is also a Doctor in ICT and its management by the URL, with Cum Laude, in 2012.

She has published +52 articles in JCR and Scopus indexed journals, and has more than 90 contributions in reference conferences. She has participated in several projects financed with public and private funds. She has led LIFE+, INNOTEC, NEOTEC, CDTI and Llavor (IdC) projects, among other public funding projects. For more detailed information about the publications and the projectes, please refer to:


Dairy cattle is one of the livestock systems with the highest production shares in Europe [1]. Over the last decades, animal welfare has...

DYNAMAP is a LIFE+ project aimed at developing a dynamic noise mapping system able to detect and represent in real time the acoustic impa...

The aim of the project is to develop a platform that will allow environmental data to be monitored, processed and analyzed in real time,...

Up to now most of the sensors installed by the Spanish scientific community in Antarctica have been placed close to the stations, because...

RDI network in artificial intelligence goal is to provide the Catalan AI ecosystem with technological transfer mechanisms and knowledge v...

"Sons al Balcó" project aims to study the effect that the lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic has caused on the perception of noise in...