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Professor José María Álvarez Rodríguez

Jose María Alvarez Rodríguez is Associate Professor within the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Currently, he is leading the research activities withing the Knowledge Reuse research group in the scope of semantic technologies, interoperability, linked data, software architecture, development and operation of software systems and service-oriented computing applied to the digitalization of the Software and Systems Engineering process.

He has worked in the semantic technologies area within the R&D Department, CTIC Foundation (2005-2010), in the University of Oviedo (2011-2012) and as Marie-Curie Postdoc Researcher within the RELATE-ITN FP7 project in the South European Research Center (2013, Thessaloniki, Greece). He has been also awarded with a HPC2-Europe Transnational Access Programme grant at SARA (2012, Netherlands) and the“Best Final Degree Project in Computer Science” by the Official Association of Computer Engineers of Asturias (2007).

Since 2020, he is the Director of the research agreement between Radio Televisión Española (RTVE) and the Carlos III University of Madrid in the scope of linked data and big data applied to the media sector. He has also participated in more than 30 research projects and private contracts being the main researcher in the European research project H2020-AHTOOLS (2019-2022) about interoperability and Systems Engineering. He has also server multiple times as expert reviewer in the H2020 and Horizon research programs.

In the scientific area, he has published more than 80 works in different venues: high-impact journals, conferences and workshops serving as guest editor of special issues (5) and reviewer (+100) in different journals. He actively participates in working groups of international standardization bodies such as LOTAR (Long Term Archival y Retrieval) or INCOSE (International Council of Systems Engineering).

Finally, he is the coordinator of the Software Engineering, DevOps and Programming subjects in different degrees.