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What does URJC stand for?

URJC stands for Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Spanish, Madrid)

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Miguel Angel del Rio, Director of Technology Infrastructures, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid "Enterasys OneFabric architecture, combined with OneFabric Control Center management suite allows University local network services to have effective, flexible and centralized management throughout its five sites, where more than 2,000 teachers and 25,000 students conduct their teaching and research tasks over more than 50 buildings.
Huerta de Soto (political economy, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain) presents an introduction to the Austrian school of economics, which will be of interest to Austrian economists and other freemarket economists, and researchers and academics of economic methodology, the history of economic thought, institutional economics, and comparative economic systems.
In addition, the conference will provide a unique customer perspective as representatives from Arcelor, European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and the Development Bank of Southern Africa share the experiences they have had in working with partners to develop network solutions tailored to meet each organization's specific needs.
Universities using Jaspersoft in their curriculum include: Carnegie Mellon University (US), University of Arizona (US), Universite Paris Dauphine (France), University Chemnitz (Germany), Hochschule Karlsruhe (Germany), Institute of Technology Blanchardstown (Ireland), Universidade de Coimbra (Portugal), Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Spain), and Universite de Geneve (Switzerland).
Among the universities that are expected to be connected through the Research Telematics Network are: Universidad de Alcala, Universidad Autonoma Madrid, Universidad Carlos III, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia-UNED, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid and Universidad Rey Juan Carlos.