Since our group was founded the 7th November 2008, several new members have joined us from different scientific fields and distinct grades of involvement in our project. We warmly welcome all of them and present them to all of you by means of a photograph and a short curriculum vitae.
Members may join BITrum with freely chosen grades of responsibilities and involvement. They may join as an active integrant of a working group, as participant or as an observer. We do hope our interdisciplinary collaboration becomes more fruitful each day… Welcome and thanks for your adhesion!!
Field: Image theory and analysis; Aesthetics
(Graduated in Art by the Universidad de Barcelona) she teaches Didactics of Visual and Plastic Education in the Facultad de Formación del Profesorado at the Universidad de Barcelona. Her research includes image analysis in distinct communicative environments. Her contributions to the BITrum glossary includes: “Fotoblogs and adolescents” and “Image”
Field: Philosophy, Logic, Information Management
Historian of Philosophy and Profesor of medieval Philosophy at the University of Bologna. He has also taught disciplines such as “Documental Representation and Processing at the Centre for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage in Ravena, Italy, and teaches courses on computation and humanities for philosophy students. He is member of the Executive Committee of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing. Author of numerous publications in medieval logic and metaphysics, history of logic, digital documentary representation… http://www.unibo.it/SitoWebDocente
Within BITrum frame he was part of the co-proposers in the ESF thematic call, Eurocores-2009.
Flávio DE MIRANDA
Field: Social Communication
Born 1979 in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil, he graduated the year 2005 in Social Communication at the Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing, Río de Janeiro. He worked as writer in different agencies until 2006, when he arrived to Spain to study a Master in Digital Contents Management by the Universitat de Barcelona, successfully concluded in September 2008. In Spain he has been in charge of online ABA English marketing for the Portuguese market (www.abaenglish.com). Currently, Works as SEM (Search Engine Marketing Especialist) at Emagister.com, a company within the Intercom group.
Field: Aesthetic Theory
(M.Sc. in Art by the Universidad de Salamanca) he teaches at the Drawing Department of the IES Bernaldo de Quirós in Mieres (Asturias). Currently studies aesthetics involved in different theoretical processes concerning self-reference.
He contributes to the BITrum-Glossary with the article: “Aesthetics of information”.
Piedad GARRIDO PICAZO
Field: Information Management
(Graduated in Documentation and Computer Technical Engineer by the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia) she is assistant professor in the Computer Science Department in the E.U. Politécnica de Teruel (Universidad de Zaragoza). Member of the Research Group on Information Resource Management in Organizations, her areas of research cover digital libraries, xml data bases, semantic information retrieval engines, Tepic Maps and quality educational software. She is active in developing different research projects on free software tools for information management and measure of software quality.
Fernando LAS HERAS ANDRÉS
Field: Signal Theory and Communications
(Doctor in Telecommunications Engineering by the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) he is Professor of Signal Theory and Communications in the University of Oviedo. His research interests include: techniques for the reconstruction of electromagnetic sources (applied to the measure, synthesis and analysis of antennas), radio propagation forecasting, electromagnetic analysis in complex structures.
Mercedes OSORIO GULLÓN
Field: English Philology
Doctor in English Philology by the Universidad Complutense, formerly professor of English philology, in charge of scholarship and management educations responsibilities. Now retired, she combines her work in the Project with her passion for painting and gardening.
She is member of the Editorial Team and reviews many public texts of the Project and the special TripleC edition.
Luis PANIZO ALONSO
Field: Computer Technology and Architecture
(Telecommunication Engineer by the Universidad Politécnica of Madrid; Post-grad specialized in programming languages and operative systems by the same University and IBM) he held several technical responsabilities in government before turning to his current academic and management activities in the Universidad de León as Profesor of Computer Architecture and Technology. He is coordinator of the research group on accessibility within INTECO (National Research Institute on Communication) and is secretary of the Electronic Vote Observatory in Spain.
Field: System theory, fuzzy logic, Control Engineering
(Madrid, 1971; Industrial Engineer by the Universidad Politécnica of Madrid; Ph.D. in Industrial Engineer by the Universidad Politécnica of Cartagena, Spain) he is professor of Electronic Technology in the Universidad Politécnica of Cartagena (Spain) since 2001. His research areas are: digital design based on reconfigurable logical devices (FPGA) and development of electronic control systems.