José Miguel Mateos Roco
Ana de Luis Reboredo
Juan M. Rodríguez Díaz
José A. González Delgado
M. Teresa Fernández
|José Miguel Mateos Roco holds a PhD in Physical Sciences from the University of Salamanca. He is a member of the Group Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics in the Area of Applied Physicss for the Department of Applied Physics of the University of Salamanca, and is also member of the Fundamental Physics and Mathematics Institute of the University of Salamanca. His research activity has involved Infrared Spectroscopy, High-Tc Superconductors and Thremodynamical Optimization, and in the present moment is centered in the line of Themodynamical Optimization of Energy Converters. He has published about forty peer-reviewed articles in international journals. He has taught courses at the University of Salamanca for Licensed degrees in Physics and Chemical Engineering, and also has held various academic management positions.|
José Angel González Delgado holds a PhD in Geological Sciences from the University of Salamanca. He has participated in 25 national and international research and development projects (in 5 of which he was Lead Researcher). He has authored more than 120 publications in journals and international and national conferences on the bio-dynamics of marine and continental communities over the last 15 million years and the effect of global changes. He is Vice President of the Regional Committee on Atlantic Neogene Stratigraphy. He has co-organized 7 international and 3 national conferences. He has been the Sub-Director of the Department of Geology, Coordinator of the doctorate program in Geology, as well as Director of Higher Studies and Sub-Director of the General Foundation of the University of Salamanca.
Ana de Luis Reboredo holds a Degree in Computer Science from the Polytechnic University of Madrid (SPAIN) and a Ph.D. from the University of Salamanca (SPAIN). Now she is full professor of Software Languages and Systems, integrated in the Department of Computer Sciences and Control in the University of Salamanca (SPAIN).
She developed her professional work for six years (1987-1993) in private companies, where she directed and participated in developments related to surveillance and electronic warfare for the Ministry of Defense Headquarter. In 1993, she entered by public, open competition (oposición) in the Information Systems and Technology National Administration (on leave since 1994). As such, she was Section Head at the Provincial Directorate of the Ministry of Education and Science in Valladolid (SPAIN). Since 1994, she is a professor at the University of Salamanca. She initially developed her work at the Industrial Engineering Higher Technical School (Béjar, SPAIN) and, since 1999, at the Faculty of Sciences, where she has taught in the degrees in Physics and Computer Engineering, and she has mentored over 100 Final Degree Works. Her main areas of research are scheduling in intelligent systems and knowledge extraction from data analysis. She has been Assistant Principal at the Higher School of Industrial Engineering, (Bejar, SPAIN) (1998-1999), Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Sciences (2007-2008) and Secretary of the Department of Computer Science and Control (2010-2014). She has been a member of various committees such as the Committee on Curricula of the Faculty of Science and the Commission of Degree Quality in Physics.
Juan M. Rodríguez Díaz holds a PhD in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Salamanca. He is a member of the Statistics Department and has taught more than 19 different courses over the last 14 years for degree programs in Statistics, Mathematics, Chemical Engineering, Pharmacy, and Business Sciences. He has authored dozens of peer-reviewed articles that have been published in journals and national and international conferences, has participated in more than 10 national and international research projects, three of which he served as lead researcher. He has experience in organizing national and international conferences and has co-edited several books including one published by Springer. He is a member of the Commission of Validation and Exchange Programs for the Faculty of Sciences. His main research is on Optimal Experiment Design.