The Jornadas Chilenas de Computación (JCC) is the most important computer science event in Chile since 1993. Its objective is to provide a meeting point for the academia and the industry in computer science and informatics, to share experience, develop joint projects and expand these disciplines.
|Reinhard Pichler is a professor of Computer Science at the Vienna University of Technology. He holds a master’s degree in Mathematics from the University of Innsbruck and a master’s degree in Mathematical Computation from the University of London, QMW College.|
|In 2000, he received his PhD in Computer Science from the Vienna University of Technology. From 1992 to 2005, he worked as software developer at theProgram and Systems Engineering Department (PSE) of the Siemens AG Austria. Since 2005, he has been a professor at the Information Systems Institute of the Vienna University of Technology where he leads the Database and Artificial Intelligence group. His current main research interests are schema mappings, query languages, and parameterized complexity of reasoning problems.|
|Alfonso Rodríguez-Patón is an Associate Profesor at the Artificial Intelligence Department of the Technical Madrid University (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid – UPM). He holds a Physics Bachelor degree (University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 1992), a master’s degree in Knowledge Engineering|
(UPM, Spain, 1993) and a PhD in Computer Science – DNA Computing (UPM, Spain, 1999). He later worked as Postdoctoral researcher at the Turku Centre for Computer Science (Finland, 2000-2001) and at the FAS Center for Systems Biology (Harvard University, USA, 2006-2007). Since 2002, he has been an Associate Professor at the Artificial Intelligence Department of the UPM where he presently leads the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (LIA group). His main research interest lies in the interplay of computer science, biology, and nanotechnology. His topics of research are DNA / biomolecular computing, Synthetic Biology, Systems Biology, formal languages and automata theory,
membrane computing (P Systems), and any bio-inspired or unconventional model of computation.
|Eduardo B. Fernandez (Eduardo Fernandez-Buglioni) is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, Florida. He is now visiting U.T. Federico Santa Maria, supported by Conicyt. He has published numerous papers on authorization models,|
|object-oriented analysis and design, and security patterns. He has lectured all over the world at both academic and industrial meetings. He has created and taught several graduate and undergraduate courses and industrial tutorials. His current interests include security patterns, cloud computing security and software architecture. He holds an electrical engineering degree from UTFSM, an MS degree in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University, and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA. He is a Senior Member of the IEEE, and a Member of ACM. He is an active consultant for industry, including assignments with IBM, Allied Signal, Motorola, Lucent, and others. More details can be found at http://www.cse.fau.edu/~ed|