The pandemic that began more than a year ago in the Chinese city of Wuhan has caused significant loss of human life, as well as economic and social imbalance throughout the world. Despite the progress made with the vaccine, the pandemic continues to wreak havoc.
Jack Márquez is a Computer Engineer and a specialist in computer security. He is currently pursuing his PhD in engineering at the Universidad Autónoma de Occidente de Santiago de Cali in Colombia. He joined the BISITE group to complete his doctoral thesis and will stay with us until the end of May, by which time he hopes to have completed his research.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the technologies that has had the greatest impact in recent years, it is no longer limited to one or other sectors, we now have it present in many of the objects we use every day, in industrial processes, in companies, in our homes and some healthcare systems around the world are beginning to incorporate it to have greater control and precision of the data.
Genetic diseases are a reflection of our genome, identifying the exact mutation will allow to analyse it in depth and, therefore, find an appropriate treatment for each case.
It is an honour to be a guest editor at the 10th anniversary of Electronics Magazine, where I am section chief editor. The special issue is entitled “10th Anniversary of Electronics: Recent Advances in Computer Science and Engineering”.
I have had the opportunity to participate in the doctoral thesis tribunal “Enterprise data integration: On extracting data from HTML tables” defended by Mr. Juan C. Roldan and directed by Drs. Rafael Corchuelo and Patricia Jiménez from the University of Seville.
It has been a pleasure for me to preside over the tribunal that has assessed the thesis “A model of governance for eDemocracy processes based on a blockchain neural network” presented by Dr. Francisco Luis Benítez Martínez and directed by Drs. María Visitación Hurtado Torres and Esteban Romero Frías, at the University of Granada.