Senior Professor of the Department of Mathematics (MAT)
School of Building Construction of Barcelona (EPSEB)
Barcelona Tech-Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC)
Qualifications: MSc: 1978, Barcelona University (UB), PhD: 2003, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, (UPC)
Teaching areas: Mathematics, Basic Statistics, Numerical Methods, Fundamentals Programming
Research interes: Convex Analysis, Global Optimization, Nonsmooth Optimization, Intelligent Algorithms (Biased-randomized Heuristics, Simheuristics, Learnheuristics, etc)
ORCID, PUBLONS, RESEARCHGATE, FUTUR
Assistant Teacher of the Department of Geometry and Topology at the University of Barcelona (UB) until 1981. Permanent Associate Teacher in mathematics of Public High School from 1982 to 1993. From 1993 to 2018, Permanent Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics of the UPC. Retired in 2018 but always researching.
Other activities: Head of the Department of Mathematics of the School of Building Construction of Barcelona (EPSEB) at the UPC, Sub-director of the Statistical and Applied Mathematics for Building Construction Center (CEMAE) located within EPSEB, researcher of the Modelling and Numerical Optimization Group (GNOM) at the UPC and official member of HAROSA Knowledge Community (HAROSA_KC).
Currently collaborator of the Internet Computing & System Optimization (ICSO) Consolidated Research Group (2017-SGR-11)
Master in Applied informatics (Course 1987-88) in Microcomputer Study Institute (IEM), Barcelona, Spain.
Introduction to Supercomputing (February 20, 1995), organized by Center of Scientific and Academic Services of Catalonia, (CESCA).
Introduction to Supercomputing on Cray Supercomputers environment, Cray Research S. A. E. (February 23, 1995), organized by CESCA.
Optimization of Programs with FORTRAN on Cray Supercomputers, Cray Research S. A. E. (February 27, 1995), organized by CESCA
Introduction to FORTRAN 90 on Cray Supercomputers, Cray Research S. A. E. (March 10, 1995), organized by CESCA.
Supercomputing Environment (Novembre 21, 2002), organized by CESCA