UPC Citizen Science Portal


Describe what you see on art paintings

Saint George on a Bike is a project by BSC and UPC, that requieres citizen collaboration in order to train artificial intelligence algorithms with capacity for automatically recognizing, categorizing and describing art paitings.


Share your urban mobility data

With the app Mobilitapp, developed by UPC researchers, you will share it anonimously and you will contribute to the research of more sustainable ways of moving within the city.


Donate your phone to science

Collected phones will be used in UPC's Biometallum research project in order to improve its recycling.

Design the perfect tomato

Through this questionnare from researchers of the Agroalimentary and Biosystems Engineering School of Barcelona and Miquel Agustí Foundation.


Sail among oceanographic data

Through the sensors insterted in a traditional catalan boat that tours the shore of Barcelona.

Discover SDGs exploring the forest

Through the activities for high school students that organizes the project BOSC i Sostenibilitat of the UPC's Nature Resources Exploratory.


Notify when you see snow on road

Through the Carretera Nevada campaign of the ANYWHERE project.

Notify if you see a landslide

Through Twitter, using #esllavicat


Collaborate in the rehabilitation of Barcelona's Raval

If you live in the neighborhood, filling out a survey for the project Co-disseny i co-fabricació de solucions al Raval.

Experience an immersive virtual reality environment

Through the doctoral thesis of Àlex Ríos at UPC's Virtual Reality Center.


Monitor your physiological parameters

Through the prototype of a multiparametric electronic scale developed at the Instrumentation, Sensors and Interfaces Group.

Measure the health of your cardiovascular system

Through the Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Status Assessment Device (NICVA), aimed at people with cardiovascular risk.


Identify deepsea animals

Through the live streaming transmission of the submarine camera installed in the Garraf shore by the OBSEA Observatory.

Connect with minority diseases patients and their relatives

Through the network created by the SHARE4RARE project.