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diego lopez de ipiña

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diego lopez de ipiña

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Associate Professor
Education
PhD in Engineering, University of Cambridge
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Dr. Diego López-de-Ipiña is an associate professor (certified as Full Professor by ANECA) and principal researcher of “MORElab – Envisioning Future Internet” group (http://www.morelab.deusto.es/) and director of DeustoTech-INTERNET unit, associated to DeustoTech – Deusto Institute of Technology (http://www.deustotech.eu), University of Deusto in Bilbao, SPAIN. He is the director of the PhD program within the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto. He received his PhD from the University of Cambridge, U.K in 2002 with a dissertation entitled “Visual Sensing and Middleware Support for Sentient Computing”. He is responsible for the teaching modules “Software Process & Quality”, “Advanced Software Development” and “Internet Protocols, Technologies and Services” offered in the BSc and MSc in Computer Engineering degrees offered by the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto. His main research interests are pervasive computing, internet of things, semantic service middleware, open linked data, social data mining and mobile-mediated and tangible human-environment interaction. He is currently focusing his work on the role of citizens as active data contributors to the knowledge of a city modeled as Linked Data. He has been PhD supervisor in 14 dissertations. He has directed more than 100 final year and Master theses. He is taking and has taken part in several big consortium-based research european (SIMPATICO, CITY4AGE, GREENSOUL, WELIVE, MOVESMART, IES CITIES, MUGGES, SONOPA, CBDP, GO-LAB, LifeWear) and Spanish (THOFU, mIO!, ADAPTA, SABESS, PIRAmIDE, ACROSS) projects, mostly as principal researcher from the Deusto part, involving the adoption of mobile computing, Cloud Computing, semantic web, social data mining, linked open data, social robotics, smart cities, open government and Web 2.0 and beyond to novel AmI-related application areas such as urban computing, sustainable computing or AAL. He has more than 100 publications in relevant international conferences and journals on Ubiquitous Computing, Semantic Web, Middleware, Smart Cities and AmI, including more than 40 JCR-indexed journal articles.

Room: (Bilbao Campus)

Observations: Los lunes la tutoría sería en remoto

 Office hoursPlace
Monday15:00 - 16:00D-545
Wednesday11:10 - 12:00D-545
Thursday11:10 - 12:00D-545

Observations: Los lunes la tutoría sería en remoto

Monday
Office hours
15:00 - 16:00
Place
D-545
Wednesday
Office hours
11:10 - 12:00
Place
D-545
Thursday
Office hours
11:10 - 12:00
Place
D-545