foto Santiago Felici Castell
PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs
Department: Computer Science
Santiago Felici Universitat de Valencia ETSE (Dpto Informatica) Av La Universitat s/n 46100 Burjassot- Valencia
(9635) 43563
43563 (I)

Santiago Felici-Castell completed his master's and doctoral studies in Telecommunications Engineering at the Universitat Politècnica de València in 1993 and 1998 respectively. He is currently an tenured associate professor at the University of Valencia at the ETSE. His work focuses on computer networks, especially wireless sensor networks (Internet of Things combined with Artificial Intelligence, AI-IoT), fog computing, 5G/6G tecnologies, software defined networks and aspects of synchronization and quality of service, where he has more than 50 articles published in international conferences and more than 30 published in international journals (most included in Journal Citation Report), two of them awarded as Best Paper. He is a certified Cisco Systems instructor and main contact of the Networking Academy at the University of Valencia. In addition, he has participated in several Teaching Innovation Projects and has been director of the masters 'Advanced Sciences of Modern Telecomunications' and 'Routing, switching, problem solving and data optimization' and coordinator of the Telematics Degree and Erasmus Programme. He was the head of several research groups (CAT at Robotics Institute and IT (UV) and CommGroup at ETSE (UV)). He has been advisor of 3 Phd students and advisor of more than 30 Master thesis. He has collaborated with several MSE, such as BSG Ingenieros SL., Radio Television Valenciana (RTVV) and Fermax. He did several research stays at Cern (CH), USC (USA), UCE (UK), UPCatalonia (SP), UMurcia (SP), UNAB (CO), UFS (BR) and UCA (PY). From 1996 to 2000 his research was developed in the industrial sector, with work in different companies on irrigation systems and control with power cable communications (Borras Ribes SA, Urastock SL, Istobal SL). From 2000 to 2004 his research focused on advanced communication systems and services and data network security (ELAS project, from the Ministry of Economy). Since 2004, he has been working with WSN and IoT with projects from the Ministry of Industry, such as Varimos I and II, and from the Ministry of Economy, such as Urbauramon. Scientific quality: Number of publications in JCR Q1/Q2: 30. Number of cites 670 (since 2016, 500). Index h=15 (since 2016 h=13) Index i10=18 (since 2016 i10=16)

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