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Professor Anabel Fraga Vázquez

Computer Science and Information Systems at the University Carlos III of Madrid. Her main areas of research are Systems/Software Engineering, Information Engineering, Knowledge Management, Semantic Interoperability, and Reuse. Management, Semantic Interoperability, and Reusability; also ethics and innovative learning methods. innovative learning methods. Experienced Domain and Knowledge Management Architect with project experience in academia and industry. Able to deal with diverse domains, strong engineering professional with expertise in Computer Science, Ontologies, Linux/Unix, and Algorithms, Linux/Unix, and Algorithms. 

Has lived in many countries; cultures and their interactions are challenging. Fluent in Spanish and English. Spanish and English fluently. Due to her roots, she has Galician, and would love to improve: Portuguese, Italian, Swedish and German. She is a goal-oriented person and a team player. Currently Senior Lecturer, Director of the Master in Computer Engineering and Deputy Director of Institutional Relations and Internationalisation; Past President (2022-2023), Technical Director (2024- 2025) and Treasurer (2016-2025) of the INCOSE Spain Chapter (AEIS); INCOSE EWLSE & DEI EMEA Lead; INCOSE EMEA Events Representative, INCOSE TLI Cohort 6; and coordinates the financial management activities of the Knowledge Reusing Group. 

Awarded in SWE 2023 as Distinguished Engineering Educator, SWE's most recognised award for female academics and globally recognised since 1950. Member of OMG, INCOSE, SEPLN, SWE and CSTA. Certified in ITIL, ININ, ISO20000 and ISO15288. Published in knowledge management, systems engineering, requirements engineering, software engineering and ethics; two working patents; currently leading two EU research projects. Deputy director of an innovative and integrative project in Spain (ALMA project) to teach advanced IT concepts to people with neurodevelopmental disorders, leading them to a professional career where they will be able to get a job. I am very happy when they succeed. We are making a difference!

She teaches and coordinates subjects in the Department of Computer Science, both at undergraduate and Master's level. Author and active participant in MOOCs, SPOCs and teaching innovation projects. Principal investigator of numerous European, national and Art. 60 projects with companies.