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Fotografía del Dr. David Larrabeiti López

Dr. David Larrabeiti

Full Professor

Current Interest Areas: Optical networking supporting the Future Internet, Deep packet inspection, Router and Switch Architectures,New Networking paradigms: programmable, ad-hoc and sensor networks, Multiservice packet networks and convergence: MPLS, GMPLS, QoS/CoS, multicast, VoIP, multimedia, Communication Protocols Design and Validation.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.F18
Telephone: +34 91 624 9953
E-mail: dlarra@it.uc3m.es

Prof. David Larrabeiti received is currently a full professor at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain) since 1998, where he teaches several modules concerning high-speed switching networks and architectures. He received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Telecommunications Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in 1991 and 1996 respectively. He has participated in a large number of both national and international research projects focused on next-generation networks, leading some of them, for more than a decade. His research interests include the design of the future Internet infrastructure, ultra-broadband multimedia transport, and traffic engineering over IP-GMPLS backbones.

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Fotografía del Dr. José Alberto Hernández

Dr. José Alberto Hernández

Associate Professor

Current Interest Areas: Optical networking supporting the Future Internet, Deep packet inspection, Router and Switch Architectures,New Networking paradigms: programmable, ad-hoc and sensor networks, Multiservice packet networks and convergence: MPLS, GMPLS, QoS/CoS, multicast, VoIP, multimedia, Communication Protocols Design and Validation.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.A16
Telephone: +34 91 624 8459
E-mail: jahgutie@it.uc3m.es

Dr. José Alberto Hernández Gutiérrez completed the five-year degree in Telecommunications Engineering at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain) in 2002, and the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science at Loughborough University (United Kingdom) in 2005. At present, he is with the Department of Telematic Engineering at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain) where he has participated in several research projects, both national and European, concerning the modeling, measuring and performance evaluation of communication networks. Some of these included the nationally-funded i-Math, DIOR and T2C2, and the EU-funded e-Photon/ONe+, BONE, Moment and Indect. Dr. Hernández is the author of more than 40 technical papers in both Journal and Conference publications.

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Fotografía del Dr. Manuel Urueña

Manuel Urueña Pascual

Associate Professor

Current Interest Areas From P2P systems, through load balancing and service discovery protocols, to Optical networks.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.0.F08
Telephone: +34 91 624 6235
E-mail: muruenya@it.uc3m.es

Dr. Manuel Urueña received his M.Sc. degree in Computer Science from Universidad Polité de Madrid (Spain) in 2001 and his Ph.D. degree in Telecommunications from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain) in 2005. At present, he is an assistant professor in Telematics engineering at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. His research activities range from P2P systems, through load balancing and service discovery protocols, to Optical networks. He has been involved in several international and national research projects related with these topics, including the EU IST GCAP and the EU SEC INDECT projects.

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Fotografía de Angel Cuevas

Ángel Cuevas Rumín

Associate Professor

Current Interest Areas: On-line Social Networks, P2P Networks, Wireless Sensor Networks and Internet measurements.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.F15
Telephone: +34 91 624 8838
E-mail: acrumin@it.uc3m.es

Ágel Cuevas was born in Madrid, en 1981. He graduated from the high school with honors. He obtained his MSc in Telecommunications Engineering at University Carlos III of Madrid (Spain) in July 2006, realizing his Master Thesis in University of Reading (UK) under the supervision of Professor Chris G. Guy. . Furthermore, he got his MSc in Telematics Engineering at University Carlos III of Madrid and Politechnical University of Cataluña (Spain) in October 2007.
In October 2006 he received a PhD Scholarship by the Telematics Engineering Department at University Carlos III of Madrid.
From February 2008 until August 2009 he was intern in SAP Labs Research Group located in Sophia Antipolis (France).
From October 2008 he is Teaching Assistant in the Telematics Engineering Department at University Carlos III of Madrid and member of the ADSCOM research group. He has been teaching since 2006/2007 academic year in different degrees (Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Science,...).
As researcher he is co-author of more than 15 papers in prestigious international journals and conferences such as Elsevier Computer Network, Sensors, IEEE ISCC, IEEE ICC and IEEE VTC. His research interests are on Wireless Sensor Networks, P2P and distributed systems. He has also served as reviewer in some referred journals such as IEEE Communications Letter, Elsevier Computer Networks, IEEE JSAC, etc.

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José González

Assistant Researcher

Current Interest Areas:

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.0.F05
Telephone: +34 91 624 8377
E-mail: josegc@it.uc3m.es

José González José González Cabañas received his MSc in Telematics Engineering in 2017 and his BSc in Communication System Engineering in 2016 from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M). He is currently a PhD student holding an FPU fellowship from the Spanish Ministry of Education in the Department of Telematic Engineering at UC3M.

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Gabriel Otero

Assistant Researcher

Current Interest Areas:

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.F13
Telephone: +34 91 624 8794
E-mail: gaoterop@it.uc3m.es

Gabriel Otero

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Ignacio Martín

Assistant Researcher

Current Interest Areas: Data Mining and Analysis; Machine Learning; Big Data; Cybersecurity; Analytics; Social Networks; Crawling

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.F13
Telephone: +34 91 624 8794
E-mail: ignmarti@it.uc3m.es

Ignacio Martín Ignacio Martín Martínez received his MSc in Cybersecurity in 2015 and his BSc in Telematics Engineering in 2014 from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M). At present, he holds a FPU grant (Spanish Government) and studying his Ph.D. at University Carlos III de Madrid under the supervision of Dr José Alberto Hernández Gutiérrez.

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Raquel Aparicio

Assistant Researcher

Current Interest Areas: Wireless Sensor Networks.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.0.F05
Telephone: +34 91 624 6238
E-mail: raparici@it.uc3m.es

Raquel Aparicio

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Fotografía de Isaac Seoane

Isaac Seoane Pujol

Assistant Teacher

Current Interest Areas: Optical Ring Networks, Energy Efficiency Optimization, Convex Optimizacion applied to networking, WLAN Technologies (802.11, 802.15 y 802.16), Multipath Networking, Multiple Description Delivery in Multimedia Networks, Multimedia Streaming in real time, Emergency Networks.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.F13
Telephone: +34 91 624 8794
E-mail: iseoane@it.uc3m.es

Isaac Seoane received the Telecommunications Engineering degree in 2004 and the MSc in Telematics Engineering in 2007 at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain). He is an assistant lecturer and researcher at the Department of Telematic Engineering at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain) since 2006 where he has participated in several national and European researching projects, such as IMPROVISA, T2C2, and the EU-funded e-Photon/ONe+, BONE, MyUI and Indect. He is currently working on his PhD Thesis about optical ring networks and also doing research in some other networking-related topics such as emergency networks, multipath and multiple description for multimedia content.

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Fotografía de Gerson Rodríguez de los Santos

Current Interest Areas: Optical Transparent Networks, Network Hardware development and Switching.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.C01
Telephone: +34 91 624 6245
E-mail: gsantos@it.uc3m.es

Gerson Rodríguez de los Santos received his Telecommunications Engineering degree in April 2008 and is pursuing the MSc in Telematics Engineering at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain). He is currently working at Universidad Carlos III as a research assistant, providing technical support for a number of both national and european research projects (INDECT, BONE, PASITO, T2C2, etc). His research interests cover the fields of Optical Transparent Networks, Network Hardware development and Switching in general. He is also pursuing the PhD. degree in Telematic Engineering at the aforementioned University.

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Fotografía de Alfonso Muñoz

Alfonso Muñoz Muñoz

Post Doctoral Researcher

Current Interest Areas: Optical Ring Networks, Energy Efficiency Optimization, Convex Optimizacion applied to networking, WLAN Technologies (802.11, 802.15 y 802.16), Multipath Networking, Multiple Description Delivery in Multimedia Networks, Multimedia Streaming in real time, Emergency Networks.

CONTACT:
Office number: 4.1.F13
Telephone: +34 91 624 8837
E-mail: ammunoz@it.uc3m.es

Alfonso Muñoz

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Fotografía del Dr. Ricardo Romeral

Ricardo Romeral Ortega

Associate Professor

CONTACT:
E-mail: rromeral@it.uc3m.es

Dr. Ricardo Romeral obtained his M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering and his Ph.D. in Telematics Engineering from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain) in 2001 and 2007 respectively. Dr. Romeral is an assistant professor at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid since then, where he combines lecturing and research in the fields of network measuring and monitoring, GMPLS and optical networks, among many others. He has collaborated in several European and Spanish projects related to traffic monitoring and analysis in optical backbone networks, and programmable networking.

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Fotografía de Carlos Garcimartin

Carlos Gacimartín

Assistant Researcher

CONTACT:
E-mail: carlos.gacimartin@uc3m.es

Carlos Gacimartin received his technical degree at Univ. Pontificia de Salamaca and his Computering degree at Univ. Carlos III (Madrid, Spain). He has worked in several business learning all the networks lawyers in the bussiness world. He is currently working at Universidad Carlos III as a research assistant, providing technical support for a number of european research projects (INDECT and MyUI). His research interests cover the interception and analysis of transmitted information in networks. He is also pursuing the PhD. degree in Telematic Engineering at the aforementioned University.

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Sergio Morcuende

Assistant Researcher

Current Interest Areas: Middleware Engineering based on Web Applications, SaaS, Human-Computer Interaction Patterns Design, Social-Cloud Arquitectures Design, Multimedia Networks and Communication Protocols Design and Validation.

CONTACT:
E-mail: sergio.morcuende@it.uc3m.es

Sergio Morcuende received the Audiovisual System Engineering degree at Universidad Carlos III (Madrid, Spain) in 2011. He is currently working as assistant research, at the Department of Telematic Engineering of this University since 2011. He is providing technical support for a number of european research projects (INDECT and MyUI). His research interests cover the Middleware Engineering based on Web Applications, the Human-Computer Interaction, the Social Cloud arquitectures and analysis of transmitted multimedia information in networks. He is also begining the master degree in Telematic Engineering at the UC3M.

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