Resume

Computer Science PhD. Since 2004 working on IT and technology transfer projects in private companies and public entities mainly in the areas of analysis, programming, requirements engineering, R&D or users training.

At the same time, I have worked as professor during five years (three of them at University of Murcia) and I have received continuous training (about 2.500 hours) in areas such as project management, software development methodologies and languages or software quality.

You can find more details about my professional career in my LinkedIn profile.

Education

  • Software Engineering PhD. University or Murcia (2010)
  • Software Engineering Masters Degree. University of Murcia (2004-2006)
  • Information Systems Engineer (2002-2004)
  • 3-year Information Systems degree (1998-2001)

Professional Experience

Software Engineer PhD – Vócali Sistemas Inteligentes (July 2010 – Present)

We develop projects that use natural language processing (e.g., medical dictation software) and semantic search engines. Some examples of these projects: http://goo.gl/2fYbJ http://goo.gl/4XpHP http://goo.gl/ELRTa

Main Areas: natural language processing, linguistic models, artificial intelligence, machine learning, semantic search, ontologies, Java, C#, Agile Development, Scrum, users training.

Professor – CENAFE (September 2013 – August 2016)

Teaching technology applied to sports in the official degree of ‘Sports technician’ (RD 320/2000)’ for football coaches and sports managers.

Associate Professor – University of Murcia (November 2008 – September 2011)

Teaching in the courses “Requirements Engineering” (2008/09, 2009/10 y 2010/11) and “Algorithms and Data Structures” (2010/11) included in the BSc in Computer Science (University of Murcia).

Analyst & Research Manager – Universities Executive Management Region of Murcia (February 2010 – July 2010)

Analysis, production and publication of content, support and web statistics management from different websites related to ‘Region of Murcia Science & Technology Program’.

Software Engineering Researcher – University of Murcia (January 2006 – January 2010)

Researcher in Software Engineering related projects. Some results of these projects can be found on publications section.

Main areas: Requirements Engineering, Model Driven Development, Verification & Validation

Requirements Engineer & Researcher – The Open University (February 2009 – June 2009)

Researcher in a Requirements Engineering R&D project.

Developer & Researcher – University of Murcia (October 2004 – January 2006)

Assistant researcher in Software Engineering projects (V&V, UML modelling,…) and Java Developer (CASE tools).

Professor – Escuela Superior Internacional de Murcia (September 2004 – January 2006)

Teaching in areas related to database design and management (SQL, Oracle, SQL Server…) and web design.

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