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Members of the Team (Professors)

José Jesús Castro Sánchez

Full Professor

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Carlos González Morcillo

Full Professor

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David Vallejo Fernández

Associate Professor

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Javier A. Albusac Jiménez

Associate Professor

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(2001, Doctor in Computer science, University of Granada) he is a full professor of the university in the area of Computer Science Languages and Systems (validated by the ANECA as a university lecturer), since 1999 he has given classes at the Higher School of Computer Sciences at the UCLM. His research topics are related to the use and development of AI for solving real problems, for which he has wide-ranging experience in research projects and is author of a number of publications.

(2007, European Doctor in Computer science, University of Castilla-La Mancha) he is a full professor of the university and since 2002 has given classes at the Higher School of Computer Science of Ciudad Real (UCLM) in subjects connected with computer science graphics, realistic image Synthesis and operating systems. Currently, his research activity revolves around multi-agent systems, distributed rendering and augmented reality.

(2010, European Doctor in Computer science, University of Castilla-La Mancha) he was hired as a temporary Doctor (validated by ANECA) as a university teacher) and since 2007 has given classes at the Higher School of Computer Science of Ciudad Real (UCLM) in subjects connected with computer science graphics, programming and operating systems since 2007. Currently, his research activity revolves around intelligent surveillance, multi-agent systems, distributed rendering and augmented reality.

(2010, European Doctor in Computer science, University of Castilla-La Mancha) he was hired as a temporary Doctor (validated by ANECA) as a university teacher) and since 2007 has given classes at the Almadén School of Mine Engineering and Industry (UCLM) in subjects connected with computer science, office automation applied to engineering and communication systems in buildings. Currently, his research activity revolves around intelligent surveillance, motion robotics and automatic learning.