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.
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.
It has been an honour to chair the panel that has judged the doctoral thesis entitled “A trivium for the 21st century”, defended by Mr. Javier B. Teira and directed by Directors Pablo García Castillo and Ana de Luis Reboredo.
It has been a pleasure for me to present a key note at the 7th International Engineering Sciences and Technology Conference (IESTEC), held in Panama. I met with some of my former PhD students there, they now lead a research group and conduct outstanding projects at the Technological University of Panama.