CRM Knowledge Technology
Transfer Projects

Sistema de Generación de Códigos Óptimos para Encoders

The funding institution was Höhner Automáticos, S.L. (HA) and the name of the project coordinators were Joaquim Bruna (CRM) and Laura Liarte (HA). The calendar was around 3 months in 2013. The project includes the studio and automated calculation tool generating optimal code for the incremental rotary encoders. The objective of this project covers the studio, analysis, definition, design, modelling and development of a calculation tool for obtaining optimal codes that give us an optimal reference signal for counting laps. Therefore, the project consists of two parts, the theoretical based on the analysis of the variables that influence in maximizing some objective function and, on the other hand, the implementation and automation of the corresponding codes. The expected impact was increase the profitability of company resources.

Implementation of calibration methodologies for valuation of credit derivatives

The funding institution was Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (BGSE) and the name of the project coordinators were Lluís Ortiz (CRM) and Elisa Alós (BGSE). The project was executed between April 1 and 20 July 2015. The work consisted in an intensive collaboration with a project of BGSE about the valuation of derivatives and the calibration of data in continuous market. More specifically, they tried to get prices, essentially for European Call through several scenes in the advanced model approach framework. A second part was continued from the previous simulation in order to obtain volatility surface. Finally, the goal of project was the implementation of the methods of calibration. The expected impact was to cover the technical support of the project developed by BGSE.

Sistema de Generación de Códigos Óptimos para Encoders

The funding institution was Höhner Automáticos, S.L. (HA) and the name of the project coordinators were Joaquim Bruna (CRM) and Laura Liarte (HA). The calendar was around 3 months in 2013. The project includes the studio and automated calculation tool generating optimal code for the incremental rotary encoders. The objective of this project covers the studio, analysis, definition, design, modelling and development of a calculation tool for obtaining optimal codes that give us an optimal reference signal for counting laps. Therefore, the project consists of two parts, the theoretical based on the analysis of the variables that influence in maximizing some objective function and, on the other hand, the implementation and automation of the corresponding codes. The expected impact was increase the profitability of company resources.

Implementation of calibration methodologies for valuation of credit derivatives

The funding institution was Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (BGSE) and the name of the project coordinators were Lluís Ortiz (CRM) and Elisa Alós (BGSE). The project was executed between April 1 and 20 July 2015. The work consisted in an intensive collaboration with a project of BGSE about the valuation of derivatives and the calibration of data in continuous market. More specifically, they tried to get prices, essentially for European Call through several scenes in the advanced model approach framework. A second part was continued from the previous simulation in order to obtain volatility surface. Finally, the goal of project was the implementation of the methods of calibration. The expected impact was to cover the technical support of the project developed by BGSE.

Sistema de Generación de Códigos Óptimos para Encoders

The funding institution was Höhner Automáticos, S.L. (HA) and the name of the project coordinators were Joaquim Bruna (CRM) and Laura Liarte (HA). The calendar was around 3 months in 2013. The project includes the studio and automated calculation tool generating optimal code for the incremental rotary encoders. The objective of this project covers the studio, analysis, definition, design, modelling and development of a calculation tool for obtaining optimal codes that give us an optimal reference signal for counting laps. Therefore, the project consists of two parts, the theoretical based on the analysis of the variables that influence in maximizing some objective function and, on the other hand, the implementation and automation of the corresponding codes. The expected impact was increase the profitability of company resources.

Implementation of calibration methodologies for valuation of credit derivatives

The funding institution was Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (BGSE) and the name of the project coordinators were Lluís Ortiz (CRM) and Elisa Alós (BGSE). The project was executed between April 1 and 20 July 2015. The work consisted in an intensive collaboration with a project of BGSE about the valuation of derivatives and the calibration of data in continuous market. More specifically, they tried to get prices, essentially for European Call through several scenes in the advanced model approach framework. A second part was continued from the previous simulation in order to obtain volatility surface. Finally, the goal of project was the implementation of the methods of calibration. The expected impact was to cover the technical support of the project developed by BGSE.

Sistema de Generación de Códigos Óptimos para Encoders

The funding institution was Höhner Automáticos, S.L. (HA) and the name of the project coordinators were Joaquim Bruna (CRM) and Laura Liarte (HA). The calendar was around 3 months in 2013. The project includes the studio and automated calculation tool generating optimal code for the incremental rotary encoders. The objective of this project covers the studio, analysis, definition, design, modelling and development of a calculation tool for obtaining optimal codes that give us an optimal reference signal for counting laps. Therefore, the project consists of two parts, the theoretical based on the analysis of the variables that influence in maximizing some objective function and, on the other hand, the implementation and automation of the corresponding codes. The expected impact was increase the profitability of company resources.