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Rafael M. Gasca, PhD

María Teresa Gómez, PhD

Pablo Neira Ayuso, PhD

Sergio Pozo Hidalgo, PhD

Rafael Ceballos, PhD

Fernando de la Rosa, PhD

Miguel Toro, PhD

Diana Borrego, PhD

Ángel Jesús Varela Vaca, PhD

Luisa Parody, PhD

José Miguel Pérez Álvarez

Projects

TDiaCO-BPMS (2010)

OPbus (2009)


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This is the page where QUIVIR staff (all: faculty members, collaborators, student members and previous relevant student members) describe themselves and their relation with LabIS2, Q2Diag and other Universities, Companies which the work with, their professional and personal projects, etc. Each member have a personal webpage at this general QUIVIR website, so fell free to visit them!

Faculty Members

He was a member of MONET European Network and currently is member of ATI, AEIA, AEPIA, ACM (SIGSOFT, SIGART) and IEEE Computer societies. His main research interests are Software Engineering.

He has been a member of MONET2,REPRIS, RESTITIC and ARCA networks. Currently he is member of  Criptored, Fault Diagnosis of Complex Systems networks. He is member of AEPIA society.  

His main research interests are IT Security, Optimization and Dependability of Business Process Managament Sytems, Constraint Programming/ Constraint Databases, and Competitive Intelligence/Technological Watch.

His main research interests are Model-based Diagnosis, Constraint Programming and Constraint Databases, Scheduling, Assembly, and IT Security.

His main research interests are Information Extraction, Knowledge Sumarization, Analisis and Visualization (iK-SAV), Knowledge Discovery, Competitive Intelligence and Watch Technology, Informetrics, Conceptuals Maps, and Social Networks Analysis.

His main research interests are Automatic Debbuging, Constraint Programming, Design by Contract, Model-Based Diagnosis, Software Diagnosis, Software Verification, Testing, and IT Security.

Her main research interests are Constraint Databases and Fault Diagnosis/Distributed Fault Diagnosis.

  • Sergio Pozo Hidalgo. He has obtained his BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Engineering from the University of Seville in 2002 and 2004 respectively. Since March of 2002 he has been working with the QUIVIR Research Group and has been one of the precursors of LabIS2 born. He has been heavily involved in several IT Security related research projects since then, and is currently a full time Teacher and researcher at University of Seville. He is currently researching to obtain his PhD degree on Computer Science. Before joining QUIVIR he has been in the security scene for several years.

He is a member of the IEEE Computer Society and USENIX association. His main research interests are in the IT Security and Constraint Programming fields: Security Policies and Firewalls, Applications of CSP in Systems Security, Deception in Information Systems, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Mobile Multi-Agent Systems Security, and Incident Response Teams forming and managing.

  • Pablo Neira Ayuso. He has obtained his MSc degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Seville in 2005. He has been working for several companies of the IT Security Industry since 2003 with specifically focus on OpenSource security solutions. From March to July 2004, he was enrolled as DEA and PFE student in the LIP/RESO laboratory at the ENS Lyon, France. Nowadays, he is full time Teacher and researcher at University of Seville. He is currently working to obtain his PhD degree on Computer Science.

He is also an active contributor of the Linux Netfilter Project. In october 2005, he was part of the organization committee of the 4th Netfilter Workshop that took place in Seville, Spain. His main research interest are in the IT Security and Fault Tolerance: Security Policies, Firewalls, Malware, Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS), Incident Response Teams and High Available (HA) systems.

  • Irene Barba. She has obtained her MSc degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Seville in 2006. Since April of 2005 she has been working with the QUIVIR Research Group. She has been heavily involved in several TeleAssiscance Systems and Automatic Reasoning research projects since then, and is currently a full time Teacher and researcher at University of Seville. She is currently researching to obtain his PhD degree on Computer Science.

Her main research interests are in the Constraint Programming.

  • Diana Borrego. She has obtained her MSc degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Seville in 2006. Since April of 2005 she has been working with the QUIVIR Research Group. She has been heavily involved in several TeleAssiscance Systems and Automatic Reasoning research projects since then, and is currently a full time Teacher and researcher at University of Seville. She is currently researching to obtain his PhD degree on Computer Science.

Her main research interests are in the Distributed Constraint Programming.

  • Mª Luisa Parody. She has obtained her MSc degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Seville in 2009. Since September of 2009 she has been working with the QUIVIR Research Group. She is now a Teacher and researcher at University of Seville. She is currently researching to obtain his PhD degree on Computer Science.
Her main research interests are in the Distributed Constraint Satisfaction Problem and Business Process Management.

His main research interests are in the Security, Dependability, Fault Tolerance and Business Process Management.

Collaborators

Collaborator members are people (mainly from other research areas) currently working with QUIVIR in a wide diversity of projects, and/or researching to obtain a PhD thesis. These people complete the multidisciplinary team of the QUIVIR Research Group.

Student Members

Student members are people currently conducting research projects as part of a grant, research project, and/or master thesis projects. All of them are currently finishing their BSc or MSc degrees at the University of Seville.

Previous Relevant Student Members

Previous relevant student members are people that were working with QUIVIR group in the past, conducting research projects as part of a grant, consolidated research project, or master thesis projects.

  • José Manuel Muñoz. He has finished his master thesis to obtain his MSc degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Seville. He was working with QUIVIR Research Group in TelMed-IA. He is with QUIVIR since 2006. His main research interests was in the Security and Firewall for Web Applications.
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