I am an Associate Professor at Isep since September 2017 where I am the head of the Information Systems track. I am also an Associate Researcher at Inria, MiMove team, where I was a postdoctoral researcher before joining Isep. I obtained a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University Paris-Dauphine - PSL Research University in December 2015 and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the Simon Bolivar University. I have participated in the following projects: EIT Digital Civic Tech and Participatory Democracy, Inria Technological development assisting research for SocialBus, IPL Inria@SilliconValley, and EIT Digital CivicBudget and in an ongoing collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). I have also been a visiting scholar at the University of Leicester (2014) and UC Berkeley (2016).
The general goal of my research is to make it easy to connect the world’s applications, data, devices, and people. More specifically, my research can be divided into the following main axes:
Service Computing. It is the discipline that seeks to conceive computational abstractions, architectures, techniques and tools to support services and services orchestrations.
Emergent Middleware. It tackles the interoperability problem in the context of highly dynamic, heterogeneous and complex distributed systems.
Human as a Service. It aims to model humans as software components with dynamic interfaces capable to interact with other humans, applications, and devices.
You can send me a message if you want to work or do a Ph.D. with me.
PhD in Computer Science, 2015
Paris-Dauphine University - PSL Research University
MSc in Computer Science, 2012
Simon Bolivar University
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Before joining Isep, I taught several Computer Science courses at undergraduate and graduate levels since 2004 at Simon Bolivar University, Andres Bello Catholic University, Paris-Dauphine University and Nanterre University, and participated in a MOOC about citizen participation and Civic Tech. I also teach a joint course with the Catholic University of Paris and participated in the French national programme to train high-school teachers to teach Computer Science.