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institute for physical and information technologies “leonardo torres quevedo” The Institute for Physical and Information Technologies (ITEFI) is a CSIC research institute whose main aim is the research on novel physical technologies applicable to industrial, biomedical and environmental fields, as well as information technologies associated with the communications security and cryptography. Leonardo Torres y Quevedo (Spanish: The Laboratory dedicated itself to the manufacture of scientific instruments. That same year, he entered the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences in Madrid, of which entity he was president in Among the works of the Laboratory, the cinematography of Gonzalo Brañas and the X-ray spectrograph of Cabrera and Costa are notable. In .  · Leonardo Torres Quevedo (Molledo , Madrid ) está estrechamente relacionado con la demostración en el Abra de Bilbao de su invento denominado "Telekino". Torres Quevedo Author: Eusko-Ikaskuntza. Leonardo Torres y Quevedo (December 28, - December 18, ) was a Spanish engineer, mathematician, and inventor.. Torres y Quevedo was born in Santa Cruz de Iguña, Molledo (Cantabria), aktionscampus.de family usually lived in Bilbao, where his father was an engineer for the railway, the rest of the time they were in aktionscampus.de went to High School in Bilbao and spent two more years studying. Leonardo Torres y Quevedo (Spanish pronunciation: [le.oˈnarðo ˈtores i keˈβeðo]; 28 December – 18 December ) was a Spanish civil engineer and mathematician of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Leonardo Torres and his wife Luz Polanco y Navarro. It was in early s, when Leonardo Torres started with inventions. Soon after his marriage, on 9 September, , Torres received his first patent—in Germany, for a small funicular (so called transbordador or ferry).Soon he received a patent in Spain (Nr. ) for "A multi-wire aerial cableway system", and in he extended this patent. Leonardo Torres y Quevedo (28 December – 18 December ), usually Leonardo Torres Quevedo in Spanish-speaking countries, was a Spanish engineer and mathematician of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.. Biography. Torres was born on 28 December , on the Feast of the Holy Innocents, in Santa Cruz de Iguña, Molledo (Cantabria), Spain. Leonardo Torres Quevedo designed Ulia’s cableway in San Sebastián, which began working in Later, in , the cable car of the Niagara Falls (Canada) was inaugurated, which spanned metres and was also designed by the Spanish engineer. Civil engineering was, probably along with urban architecture and medical hygienics, the main driving movement of a model of progress and social. A s Spanish Mid-Century Modern educational D'Arsonval galvanometer manufactured by the Leonardo Torres Quevedo Institute in Madrid. Model MA 54 . They mention Leonardo Torres Quevedo as an important historical figure in Spain in terms of development of AI with his demonstration of chess automation in Further they tell of how the. Aerial tramway designed by Spanish engineer, Leonardo Torres y Quevedo. It was Manufactured by J. Enoch Thompson, and built in by the Spanish company The Niagara Spanish Aerocar Co. Limited. The first aerial tram was opened in August , and has since been updated in , and She continues in operation as a tourist attraction.

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