This is the website of the Spanish research team behind Backbone, SACODEYL, LINDSEI-UMU-Spain, and ICCI-UMU-Spain.
Jose María Alcaraz Calero was graduated on Computer Science at University San Antonio of Murcia. He was graduated as valedictorian of his/her class. After that, he was graduated on Computer Engineering at University of Murcia with an academic record that rewarded him with the “Honourable Mention to the Academic Excellence”. He received his master degree “Master in Advanced Information and Telematic Technologies” which has a Quality Mention granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science. He was awarded with a FPI research grant (Research Teacher Training) by the National Science Council. He did his PhD on “Autonomic Computing, Semantic Web and Security” in collaboration with University of Murcia, Spain and Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, UK. He has several professional certifications such as Cisco Certified Network Associated CCNA and Sun Certified Java Developer, among others. He was appointed from the Distinguished Computer Science Association as member of the Official Forensic Science. He is also membership of the IEEE and ACM associations.
He has written several publications in high quality journals in Computer Science as well as International Conferences. He is reviewer in several high quality journals such as IET Communications Journal, International Journal of Communication Systems, Information Security Journal, Journal of Knowledge and Information Systems, Journal for Science and Engineering, among others. He is also Technical Program Committee member on several International Conferences such as IEEE World Congress on Services, IADIS International Conference Telecommunications, Networks and Systems, among others. He is Editorial Board Member of the IET Journal Wireless Sensor Systems.
Currently, he is working on Automated Infrastructure Lab, Hewlett Packard Laboratories, Bristol, UK on Cloud Computing architectures. At same time, he is also lecture at Faculty of Computer Science, University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain. He is teacher on several subjects such as “Networks”, “Computational Logics and Languages”, “Middleware, Security and Cryptographic Agents”, among others. He has been involved in several teaching innovation projects. He also has been involved in many National and European Research Projects.
e-mail: jmalcaraz at um . es
e-mail: pascualf at um . es
e-mail: purisan at um . es
She is a member of EuroCALL (European Association for Computer-Assisted Language Learning) and has also been a member of the organizing committees of conferences and scientific events at the University of Murcia. e-mail: mariasst at googlemail . com