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BONET ESTEBAN, ENRIQUE VICENTE

BONET ESTEBAN, ENRIQUE VICENTE

PDI-Titular d'Escola Universitaria

(9635) 43554

enrique.bonet@uv.es

CERVERON LLEO, VICENTE

CERVERON LLEO, VICENTE

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

Departament d'Informàtica - Despacho 2.3.8 Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria ETSE-UV Avda. de la Universitat s/n 46100 Burjassot (València)

(9635) 43949

vicente.cerveron@uv.es

Biography
 

Associate Professor of Computer Science at the Engineering School ETSE-UV of the University of Valencia.

Degree in Physics (specialty of Electricity, Electronics and Computing) and PhD in Computer Engineering by the University of Valencia.

He has been the Dean of the Higher Technical School of Engineering of the Universitat de València ETSE-UV (2009-2015) and Vice-chancellor of Information and Communication Technologies of the Universitat de València (2002-2006).

He has participated in publications in books, articles in specialized journals and scientific-technical documents of Spanish and European research projects and has presented papers in dozens of scientific congresses in his field. Its current lines of work are databases and data science, learning management systems and computer systems for process management.

He teaches, among other subjects, Database subjects in the Degree in Computer Engineering and in several masters degrees such as the Master in Data Science.

CLAVER IBORRA, JOSE MANUEL

CLAVER IBORRA, JOSE MANUEL

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Delegat/Delegada Rector/A

E.T.S.E., Despatx 1.3.16 Avd. de la Universitat, Burjassot-46100

(9635) 43738

619525970

jose.claver@uv.es

Biography
 

Full Professor of Architecture and Technology of Computers at the Department of Computer Science, in the School of Enginering ETSE-UV, of the University of Valencia. Graduate in Physics (MSc, speciality of Electricity, Electronics and Computer Science) by the University of Valencia and PhD in Computer Science (Program of Parallel and Distributed Computing) by the Technical University of Valencia. Delegate for the Digital University. Research in cloud computing and underwater robotics (PROMETO 066/2016), and previously in parallel & distributed computing (numerical methods, coding and transcoding of video HD, bioinformatics, ...),  reconfigurable computing (multimedia applications and the prototyping of routers for high speed and quality of service), and network  protocols in applications of real time and tele-operated systems. He is Senior member of the IEEE.

COMA TATAY, INMACULADA

COMA TATAY, INMACULADA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Vicedega/Vicedegana / Vicedirector/a Ets

INSTITUTO DE ROBOTICA Ed. de Investigación Poligono de la coma s/n Paterna (Valencia)- 46980 Despacho 0.6.9. 963543580

(9635) 43580

inmaculada.coma@uv.es

Biography
 

[Biography, english version]

DOMINGO ESTEVE, JUAN DE MATA

DOMINGO ESTEVE, JUAN DE MATA

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Cap de Seccio-Servei

Dpto. de Informática, Escuela de Ingenierías Avda. de la Universidad, s/n. 46100-Burjasot (SPAIN)

(9635) 43572

juan.domingo@uv.es

FELICI CASTELL, SANTIAGO

FELICI CASTELL, SANTIAGO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

Santiago Felici Universitat de Valencia ETSE (Dpto Informatica) Av La Universitat s/n 46100 Burjassot- Valencia

(9635) 43563

santiago.felici@uv.es

Biography
 

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)

GARCIA PINEDA, MIGUEL

GARCIA PINEDA, MIGUEL

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Responsables de Gestio Academica

Dept. d'Informàtica. ETSE. Universitat de València. Av. de la Universitat, s/n. 46100 - Burjassot. València. SPAIN.

(9635) 44488

miguel.garcia-pineda@uv.es

Biography
 

Miguel García-Pineda is a Telecommunication Engineer and a Master's Degree in Technologies, Systems and Communications Networks from the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). His doctoral thesis was held at the UPV and at the Université de Haute-Alsace (UHA). In March of 2013 he defended his PhD. thesis obtaining the title of PhD. in telecommunications by the UPV and the title of PhD. in computer science by the UHA. His PhD. thesis obtained international mention and cum laude qualification, as well as the Outstanding Doctorate Award of the UPV. During his doctoral phase, he held two stays in the group GRTC - IUT Colmar, UHA of 3 and 4 months respectively, after having defended the thesis he did 2 postdoctoral stays of 3 months in the Department of Informatics, University of Beira Interior in Portugal, one of them with a José Castillejo grant in 2016.

In 2013, he joined the Compute Science Department of the Universitat de València (UV) as professor where he carries out his teaching and researching tasks in the area of ​​Telematics Engineering. As a researcher, M. García has focused his efforts in two fields. On the one hand, sensor networks, IoT and wireless communications and on the other hand the distribution of multimedia content over IP networks. As a result of his work as a researcher, his results have been published in international journals, book chapters and international conferences.

He has participated as a full-time and/or part-time researcher in 10 competitive R+D+i projects. Highlighting his presence in 3 national and 4 regional projects. Due to these results M. García has obtained the accreditations of AD, CD and TU by ANECA.

M. García is CISCO instructor of the Cisco Academy - University of Valencia. In addition, he is a member of the group "Research Group in Collaborative, Cooperative and Competitive Teaching Methodologies" where he has participated in several projects of educational innovation. Finally, M. García has been a member of the organizing committee of several international conferences, he is an associate editor of several international journals and he participates as a reviewer in several indexed journals and he is a member of the technical program committee of several international conferences.

GIL PASCUAL, MIRIAM

GIL PASCUAL, MIRIAM

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A

Despacho 1.2.34 Dept. d'Informàtica. ETSE. Universitat de València. Av. de la Universitat, s/n. 46100 - Burjassot. València. SPAIN.

44274

miriam.gil@uv.es

Biography
 

Ingeniera Informática y Doctora por la Universitat Politècnica de València en 2013. Sus temas de investigación se centran en el desarrollo software dirigido por modelos, el modelado de la interacción hombre-máquina, los sistemas auto-adaptativos y la integración del humano con los sistemas autónomos. Ha participado en más de 15 proyectos de investigación entre convocatorias nacionales y europeas. También es miembro del Centro de Investigación en Métodos de Producción de Software de la Universitat Politècnica de València.

GIMENEZ SANCHEZ, JUAN VICENTE

GIMENEZ SANCHEZ, JUAN VICENTE

PAS-E.T.S. Informatica

(9635) 43878

juan.gimenez@uv.es

GIMENO SANCHO, JESUS

GIMENO SANCHO, JESUS

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Coordinador/a Curs

IRTIC Despacho 0.6.6 C\ Catedrático Jose Beltrán, 2 Paterna CP:46.980 Valencia

(9635) 43582

jesus.gimeno@uv.es

Biography
 

Dr. Jesús Gimeno Sancho is a lecturer of Computer Graphics in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Valencia (Spain) and a senior researcher of the Institute of Robotics and Information and Communication Technology (IRTIC). He received his master degree in Computer Science (2008) and a diploma degree in Telecommunications (2009) from the University of Valencia. His final thesis work was awarded with the “Best thesis of the year award” by the Rotary Club, for the development of a whole body motion capture system inside the CAVE virtual reality system, so a user would be able to see his virtual reflection in a virtual mirror. During his pre-doctoral stage, he was granted with a 4-years research grant by the spanish government, to research the application of augmented reality as a testing tool for exoskeletons prototypes. He obtained his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Valencia (2016), with a dissertation entitled “Contributions to the Authoring of Augmented Reality Contents for Education, Industry and Construction Sectors”. Dr. Gimeno was a research fellow at two remarkable research centres in AR-VR fields, the Augmented Reality Group at Bauhaus Universitat (Weimar, Germany, 2008) and at VRAC Center at Iowa State University (Ames IO, USA, 2010).

His research interests include primarily augmented reality and virtual reality, but also motion capture, real time simulation, advanced user interfaces and mobile computing. He has developed his career as academical researcher and professor, but also as a researcher in a great number of projects related to his area of expertise. He is author of 40+ scientific publications including international conferences, high impact journals and chapters within books. Important topics related to virtual and augmented reality are covered in these publications, for example: authoring, collaborative systems, development of new tracking systems and user interfaces, etc. His article “An occlusion-aware AR authoring tool for assembly and repair tasks”, was awarded with the best paper prize at the International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications (GRAPP / VISIGRAPP, 2012). In this paper is proved how to improve the authoring process of augmented reality contents using a depth sensor, as a result the number of errors decrease while increase the precision of the virtual information position. Dr. Gimeno has also collaborated in more than 60 projects since 2006, with funding both from Spanish or European government an also from private companies. During the development of these projects, primarily related to VR and AR, he has collaborated with many different Research Centres from Europe and US, but also with important international companies. Among other projects, in the early stages of augmented reality, 2007-2010, he designed augmented reality prototypes for the Orange company. He collaborated with Dragados (ACS Group) and Leica Geosystems (Hexagon Group), developing new tools involving augmented and virtual reality to improve the construction management process (2010-2016). From 2014 to 2017 he collaborated with FORD company to improve the industrial processes by the application of augmented reality. In the last years, several collaborations have been performed with hospitals, related to the robotic surgery topic and the application of virtual and augmented reality in the pre-operative phase.

GONZALBO GOMEZ, JOSEP ANGEL

GONZALBO GOMEZ, JOSEP ANGEL

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
(Nivel de) Cap de Seccio-Servei
PAS-E.T.S. Informacio
(Nivel de) Cap de Seccio-Servei

Unitat Web i Màrqueting C. Dr. Moliner, 50 46100 Burjassot. València Spain

(9635) 43160

josep.gonzalbo@uv.es

Biography
 

Degree in Psychology, specialty Clinical Psychology, Diploma in Teaching and Philosophy.

Postgraduate in Web Analytics with Google Analytics accreditation.

Adjunct professor at the University of Valencia during 1986

Since 1987 he is an official of the University of Valencia.

From 1987 to 2004 he worked as an information and employment technician at the Information Service of the University of Valencia as head of the Burjassot Campus office.

In 1992 he designed and published the website of the Information Service of the University of Valencia, one of the top 20 websites in Spain. From 2004 to April 2011, he was the webmaster of the main website of the University of Valencia.

Since May 2011 he is Director of the Web and Marketing Unit of the University of Valencia and Director of the Unit Responsible for Web Accessibility and Mobile Applications (URA) of the UV. He is responsible for the UV corporate web content manager that manages more than 600 corporate portals and provides support to more than 2,000 web publishers.

He has directed the development of UV's own applications such as UVnewsletter, UVchatbot, UVchat in Live, UVwayfinding, UVticketing and OCT among many other applications and UV corporate projects.

Delegate of the Rector for Web Strategies and Institutional Marketing of the UV in 2017.
In 2018 and 2019 he was the Delegate of the Rector for Online Communication of the UV.

Accredited tutor of UV internship students with more than 50,000 hours tutored in about 20 official and own degrees

As associate professor of the Department of Informatics, Area of ​​Knowledge of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, he currently teaches the subjects of Information Architecture on the Web and the TFG of the Degree in Information and Documentation; and the subject of Web and Social Data Analysis of the Master's Degree in Web Technologies, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications.

"Digital Humanism 2022" Award for the XatUV project at the XXV University-Society Awards of the Social Council of the University of Valencia

GRIMALDO MORENO, FRANCISCO

GRIMALDO MORENO, FRANCISCO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Vicedega/Vicedegana / Vicedirector/a Ets

Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria Despatx 1.2.13 Av. de la Universitat, s/n 46100 Burjassot

(9635) 44487

669842990

francisco.grimaldo@uv.es

Biography
 

Vice Dean and Associate Professor of the School of Engineering at the University of Valencia (Excellence in Education Award) and a Research Fellow of the Laboratory for Agent Based Social Simulation (Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies) at the Italian National Research Council. Francisco Grimaldo received his PhD (Doctoral Dissertation Award), MSc and BSc in Computer Science from the University of Valencia, from where he also received his BSc in Telecommunications. His main research interests are agent-based modelling/simulation, machine learning and data analysis/visualization. He is Director of the Capgemini-UV Chair in innovation in software development and Vice Chair of the PEERE: New Frontiers of Peer Review COST Action. He is also member of the Catalan Association for Artificial Intelligence and of the Association for the study of Socio Technical Complex Systems.

GUTIERREZ AGUADO, JUAN

GUTIERREZ AGUADO, JUAN

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Director/a Titulacio Master Oficial

Departamento de Informática (ETSE) Avda. de la Universitat, s/n 46100 Burjassot (Valencia) Bloque 2, piso 3 despacho 2.3.13

(9635) 43060

juan.gutierrez@uv.es

Biography
 

Degree in Physics (specialising in Electricity, Electronics and Computing) and a Phd in Computer Engineering.

Director of the Official Master's degree in Web Technologies, Cloud Computing and Mobile Applications.

Research on Cloud Computing (monitoring, adaptation of the infrastructure to new services and architectures for the deployment of infrastructure, etc). Long time ago I was interested in the application of response models of the human visual system to Image Processing and Video.

LOZANO IBAÑEZ, MIGUEL

LOZANO IBAÑEZ, MIGUEL

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A

Despacho 160, 1er. Piso Edif. Farmacia

(9635) 43928

miguel.lozano@uv.es

OLANDA RODRIGUEZ, RICARDO

OLANDA RODRIGUEZ, RICARDO

PDI-Contractat/Da Doctor/A
PANACH NAVARRETE, JOSE IGNACIO

PANACH NAVARRETE, JOSE IGNACIO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Responsables de Gestio Academica

Av. De la Universidad S/N, 46100, Burjassot (Valencia)

(9635) 43741

j.ignacio.panach@uv.es

Biography
 

[Biography, english version]

PEÑA ORTIZ, RAUL

PEÑA ORTIZ, RAUL

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A

Escola Tècnica Superior d'Enginyeria. Bloque 2, Piso 3, Despacho 2.3.15. Avda. de la Universitat, s/n. 46100, Burjassot(Valencia), España

raul.penya@uv.es

ROMERO GOMEZ, VERONICA

ROMERO GOMEZ, VERONICA

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Biography
 

Dr. Verónica Romero is assitant professor at Universitat de València. She received the M.S. degree in Computer Science from the Universitat Politècnica de València in 2005 and the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the same university in 2010. In 2005 she joined the PRHLT research center of the UPV where she has been working in several national and European projects on Pattern Recognition and Handwritten Text Recognition. Her current fields of interest include pattern recognition, multimodal interaction, natural language processing and applications to handwritten text recognition and speech recognition.  Verónica Romero has collaborated in more than 15 research proyects from 2005. She has published more than 70 papers in journals, conference proceedings and books