University of Girona The University of Girona is a public type university and located in the city of Girona, Catalonia, Spain. It was established in 1446 and reconstituted in 1991 and as of 2010 it consists of several campuses across Girona. The University has 4 Presidents, Since its founding they were Josep Maria Nadal i Farreras, from 1991 to 2002, Joan Batlle i Grabulosa from 2002 to 2005, Anna Maria Geli from 2005 to 2013, and Sergi Bonet Marull since 2013 (till date). The University accommodates over 15,000 acceptance of which 12067 acceptance are Undergraduates, 835 are postgraduates and 629 are Doctorial Students. The aboriginal avant-garde advertence of Universitat de Girona refers to the Escola Normal de Mestres and, specially, the action during the 1960s decade to balance university akin studies in Girona. During the 80s, the College Universities de Girona and the Escola Politècnica Universitària de Girona were created, which depended on the already founded universities UAB and UPC, respectively. Later, the Study General was restarted, with the accessible studies of Humanities, Sciences, Economics and Social science. Finally, on 12 December 1991, the Catalan Parliament created the new and accepted Universidad de Girona. The University accommodates campuses like Montilivi, Barri Vell, Centre and Parc Científic i Technologic. The University has partnered with other universities and research centers (including the University of the Balearic Islands and University of Perpignan Via Domitia) to create the Pyrenees-Mediterranean Cross-Border Research and Higher Education Group (PRES-PM). The UdG has joined forces with the University of the Balearic Islands, the Catalan Institute for Water Research and the Consejo Superior de Investigations Scientifics to create the Campus dExcel.lència Pirineus-Mediterrània (CEI-PM). It is a member of the Florence Network for Nursing and Midwifery and the Vives Network. The Research in UdG mainly focuses on 2 strategies they are water science, management and tourism and sustainability. The University of Girona has 10 research institutes and academic personnel in 24 departments and 112 research groups (62 in the humanities and social sciences, 50 in science, technology and health fields). The School of Doctoral Studies of the University of Girona (UdG), which was accustomed by the Governing Council of the UdG on 27 September 2010 (eBOU-38), is an assemblage of the University of Girona whose capital ambition is to adapt the doctoral studies in the UdG. It gathers all agents complex in the action of R&D&I of the UdG (research groups, departments, analysis institutes and university analysis centers or added participants) and alien analysis centers (Catalan analysis institutes, hospitals ...). Its active behaviour arise from the cardinal plan of the university, abnormally in the areas of training and alluring talent, the seek in analysis activities, and internationalization. The capital mission of the ED is to set up an authoritative bookish and authoritative archetypal about doctoral studies to agreement the superior of the bookish offer, administration efficiency, and to animate in analysis and interuniversity accord with alien civic and all-embracing analysis centres in adjustment to consolidate the UdG as a advertence University in the training of researchers.
The following is the list of scholars from Universitat de Girona who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences