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JOSE DAVID MARTIN GUERRERO
PDI Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a de Mobilitat
Knowledge area: ELECTRONICS
Department: Electronic Engineering
Universitat de València Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria (ETSE-UV) Despatx 3.2.26 Departament d'Enginyeria Electrònica Avgda. Universitat, s/n. 46100 Burjassot (València) Spain
(9635) 44022
Biography

Prof. José D. Martín-Guerrero received a B.Sc degree in Theoretical Physics (1997), a M.Eng. degree in Electronics (1999) and a Ph.D. degree in Machine Learning (2004), all from the University of Valencia, Spain. He is currently a Full Professor at the Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Valencia. His research interests include Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence, with special emphasis in Quantum Machine Learning. He is Co-Chair and founder member of the Medical Data Analysis Task Force (Data Mining Technical Committee, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society). He is also founder member of the Task Force on Explainable Machine Learning, also belonging to the same committee, and theTask Force on Randomization-Based Neural Networks and Learning Systems (Neural Networks Technical Committee, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society). He has organized more than 30 special sessions and workshops in the major conferences of his research field. 

Subjects taught and teaching methods
34820 - Degree final project in Electronic Engineering for TelecommunicationsWork end of studies
36426 - Machine learningPractices, Theory
36428 - Connectionist modelsPractices
44276 - Exploratory data analysisLaboratory, Theory
44663 - Master's final projectWork end of studies
44752 - Predictive analytics in healthLaboratory
Tutorials
Second semester
Friday de 10:00 a 12:30. DESPATX 3.2.26
Observations
You participate in the electronic tutoring program of the Universitat de València
Academic training
Journal Publications
Other publications
Stays abroad in Research Centers
Lectures
Participations in Conferences
Participation in Committees and Representations
Projects
Thesis, minor thesis and research reports