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Ricardo Achaerandio Sánchez-Marín

Edificio departamental II, despacho 119
Tel.: 914887004

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José Maria Cavero Barca

Edificio departamental II, despacho 153
Tel.: (+34) 916 647 486


. Martes de 10:00 a 12:00 (Móstoles) y de 15:00 a 17:00 (Vicálvaro)
. Jueves de 11:00 a 13:00 (Móstoles)


. Diseño de Bases de Datos y Seguridad en la Información (ITIG, ITIS)
. Ingeniería del Software (GII Móstoles)
. Ingeniería del Software (GII Vicálvaro)
. Metodología y Documentación Científico-Técnica (MISI)
. Metodología de Proyectos (MIGJRV)


Puede encontrar las más relevantes en mi página en DBLP.

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Paloma Cáceres García de Marina

Edificio departamental II, despacho 118
Tel.: (+34) 914 887 004


. Martes de 12h. a 14h.
. Miércoloes de 12h a 14h y 15h a 17h


. Dirección y Gestión de Proyectos (GIC)
. Evolución y Adaptación del Software (GIS)
. Diseño Centrado en el Usuario (MIIM)


Puede ver algunas de las publicaciones en Google Académico y DBLP.

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Carlos E. Cuesta Quintero

Edificio Departamental II, Despacho 128. Campus de Móstoles, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Tel.: (+34) 914 888 532

Dr. Carlos E. Cuesta holds the position of Associate Professor of Software Engineering at Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC). He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science (Doctorate Program on Information Technologies) by the University of Valladolid, along with a Master-level degree (M.Eng.) in Software Engineering and a Bachelor-level degree (B.Eng.) in Computer Science, both from the same University. Currently he belongs to the Faculty of the School of Computer Science and Engineering (ETSII) in URJC, and at concurrently to the Department of Informatics and Statistics (whose working name is, for now, "Department of Computer Science, Computer Architecture, Computing Languages and Systems, Statistics and Operational Research") in the same University.

Ha has nineteen years of teaching experience, with a first period (1997-2006) at the University of Valladolid and, since February 2006, at Rey Juan Carlos University. He has been a Visiting Professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), one of the most relevant technical Universities in the United States. He has been Academic Director of the Master degree on Information Technologies and Computing Systems from URJC (2006-2008, 2008-2010), as well as of the eponymous Postgraduate Program, which included the former; later, he was also the acting Director for the eponymous Doctorate Program. Those programs achieved the Quality Mention (2006-2012), three times renewed, from the Spanish Ministry of Education & Science. Now all of them have become extinct.

He has also held the position of Academic Secretary in the School of Computer Science & Engineering (ETSII) from the same University (2012-2013). Since January 2010, and twice in office until December 2015 (2010-2012 and 2013-2015, completing almost six consecutive years) he was the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Head of Studies of the same School. Since November 2014 he is also an elected member of the Works Council for Teaching & Research Staff for the whole URJC. Until that date, and since 2009, he has been a member of the University Faculty Council; he was also re-elected once for this representation.

Currently, since April 2016, he is the Director for the Master Degree in Computer Science and Engineering (MUII), the reference Master on Computing at Rey Juan Carlos University. The Master is linked both to the aforementioned School of Computer Science & Engineering (ETSII) and also to the School of Official Masters (EMO). It is considered an official (graduate-level) Master degree in the whole European Higher Education Area (EHEA), it provides access to the Doctoral Program (Ph.D.), and it is also the only Master in Computing which is professionally recognized in Spain (i.e. it provides habilitation).

Since May 2015 he is also the Assistant Director for Academic and Student Affairs of the Master in Data Science (MDS), a graduate-level Master degree at Rey Juan Carlos University.

Finally, since May 2016 he is also the coordinator for the Ph.D. research line in Artificial Intelligence and therefore he is also a member of the Academic Committee for the Doctorate Program in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) at Rey Juan Carlos University. This is our reference Ph.D. Program for the degrees in Computer Science, Telecommunications and Biotechnology, and it is managed as a part of the International Doctoral School (EID) in our University.

He is a founding member, in URJC (2011) of the Research Group in ICT Engineering (VorTIC3), where he currently performs most of his research activity. He is currently the main researcher in the group. Additionally, and since the end of 2012, he is also an external collaborator in the Research Group in Compression, Indexing and Applications on Big Data Collections (DataWeb) in the University of Valladolid. Previously he was a full-fledged member (1997-2006) of the Research Group in Information Retrieval and Digital Libraries (GRINBD), in the University of Valladolid, even prior to the adoption of this name. And he has also been an external member, until recently (2004-2013) of the Research Group in Software Engineering and Information Systems (ISSI) at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). Finally, he also maintains a long collaboration (since 2008), within URJC itself, with the Centre for Intelligent Information Technologies (CETINIA).

His main research area is Software Architecture in its many variants, from Reflective Architectures to Self-Adaptive Systems, including also such topics as Design Decisions, Service-Oriented Architectures, Agent-oriented Architectures, Systems-of-Systems, and the many applications in Intelligent Systems, Web Architectures, or Mobile Computing. He also continues an already long tradition in the study of Formal Methods in Software Engineering, with an special emphasis on the derivations and uses of the π-calculus.

In late years, his main research activity is focused in the application of these principles and approaches in such fields as Cybersecurity, Agreement Technologies, Transport Systems or Data Science & Engineering.

In 2012 he was the program chair of the Tenth Working IEEE/IFIP Conference on Software Architecture (WICSA) and the Sixth European Conference on Software Architecture (ECSA), which are considered as the two more important international conferences in the area of software architecture, and which were jointly held this year, for the second time in their history. Besides, and continuously since 2007, he has been a full member of the Steering Committee of the ECSA conference series. Finally, he was also the conference chair (organizing chair) for the ECSA's first edition.

A compilation of his most relevant publications can be found in Google Scholar Citations. A non-exhaustive chronologic relation of these can also be found in his reference page in the Computer Science Bibliography Database (DBLP) from Universität Trier. A more selective compilation of those publications can be found along his Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID, 0000-0003-0286-4219). Similar selections are provided by Thomson Reuters (ResearchId, B-4902-2012) and Elsevier's Scopus (AuthorId, 8986931500).

He is also a founding member of the illustrious Professional Association of Software Engineers in Castilla y Leon (CPIICYL), which is, in turn, a member association of the Professional Council for Software Engineering (CCII). He is also an invited associate of the Technical Society in Informatics (ATI), itself the largest professional association about Computing in Spain. In the past, he has also been student member and academic member, in two different times, from the Association for Computer Machinery (ACM), as well as a founding member (and previously an academic member) of the now extinct Worldwide Institute of Software Architects (WWISA).

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Miguel Ángel Garrido Blázquez

Laboratorio S002A - Edificio Laboratorios III
Tel.: +34914887004

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Juan B. Gómez San Segundo

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Tel.: (+34) 913 363 082

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Eva Jiménez

Edificio departamental II, despacho 119
Tel.: 914887004

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Miguel Maroto González

Edificio Departamental II, Desp. 117
Tel.: 914887004

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Virginia Morte

Edificio departamental II, despacho 117
Tel.: 914887004

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Almudena Sierra Alonso

Edificio departamental II, despacho 111
Tel.: (+34) 914 888 285

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Belén (Main Researcher) Vela Sánchez

Edificio departamental II, despacho 152
Tel.: (+34) 914 887 003


  • Monday: 12:00-14:00 (Móstoles)
  • Tuesday: 12:00-14:00 (Móstoles)
  • Wednesday: 13:00-14:00 (Vicálvaro)
  • Thursday: 15:00-16:00 (Vicálvaro)


. Databases (GIS)
. Databases (GIC)
. Databases (GII Móstoles)
. Databases (GII Vicálvaro)


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