Areas of work:
- Grid and Cloud Computing
- Machine learning
- Optimization and Metaheuristics
- Networking and Telecommunications
- Applications and Numerical Methods
- Wireless sensor networks
Mission and Vision
The ITIC has the vision to become a R&D Centre for ICT’s reference at a local level, with national and international cooperation activity.
The mission is to conduct research, development and transfer of knowledge in the field of information and communications technology, train human resources in the area of ICTs and promote agreements with training institutions and private agencies and the public sector.
Carlos Garcia Garino
|Graduated in engineering at University of Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1978 and received the Ph.D. degree from Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Barcelona, Spain in 1993. Currently he is Full Professor at the School of Engineering and Head of the ITIC Research Institute, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina. His research interests include Computational Mechanics, Computer Networks, and Distributed Computing. He has more than 50 papers published in scientific journals and proceedings of international conferences carried out in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Canada, Spain, France, Portugal, Belgium and Japan|
|Received the engineering degree in information systems from Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Mendoza, Argentina, in 2007 and received the Ph.D. degree in computer science at UNICEN, Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2013. He is member of the Information and Communication Technologies Institute (ITIC), Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentina. His research interests include Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning, Scheduling and optimization, Performance evaluation and prediction techniques, Grid and Cloud Computing.|
|Elina Pacini received a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the UNICEN University, in 2014, and the Information Systems Engineer degree at the FRM-UTN University, in 2005. She is a Teacher Assistant at the Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, UNCuyo University, and a member of ITIC Research Insitute at UNCuyo University since 2009. She is interested in Parallel/Distributed Computing, particularly Cloud Computing, Job/VM Scheduling, Swarm Intelligence and Scientific Applicacions.|
|Sergio Ariel Salinas Ph.D. in Computer Science at the UNICEN University, Information Systems Engineer degree at the FRM-UTN University, in 2004. He is a Teacher Assistant at the Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales, UNCuyo University, and a member of ITIC Research Insitute at UNCuyo University since 2006. He is interested in Grid Computing, Mobile devices, Internet of things, Wireless Sensors Networks and Programming Languages.|
|Lucas E.,Iacono received the Electronics and Electrical Engineering degree from the Universidad de Mendoza, Argentina, in 2007 and a PhD from Universidad de Mendoza in 2015. Currently, he is Posdoctoral Fellow at the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas of Argentina (CONICET). His research interests include Internet of Things technologies particularly WSNs and Cloud Computing. His investigations include IoT applied to Frost Prediction and Environmental Monitoring.
Researchgate profile: Researchgate_Lucas_Iacono
|Doctor of Engineering and Electronic Engineering. He is a Professor at Exact and Natural Sciences Faculty and at Engineering Faculty, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. He is member of the Information and Communication Technologies Institute (ITIC), Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, since 2010. His research interests include remote laboratories, wireless sensor networks and cloud computing.
Ana Carolina Olivera
|Ana Carolina Olivera is an Adjunct Researcher at National Council of Scientifics and Technological Researches from the Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología de la Nación, Argentine. Dr. in Computer Science from Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentine. She is an associate professor at the Facultad de Ingeniería from Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. She directs in several national and international projects. Her research focuses on bio-inspired algorithms, optimization and smart mobility. She has published several book chapters, articles in indexed journals and proceedings of refereed international conferences.
Pablo Javier Vidal
|Pablo Javier Vidal received his degree of Dr. in Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence, in 2106, from Universidad de Málaga, Spain. He is currently an adjunct professor at the Universidad de la Patagonia Austral, Unidad Académica Caleta Olivia. Also, Vidal is an adjunct professor at the Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, Argentine. Currently is an Assistant Researcher at National Council of Scientifics and Technological Researches from the Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnología de la Nación, Argentine. He has experience in software engineering with an emphasis on automation and graphics processing units research. His main research topics are parallel and distributed computing, evolutionary algorithms and metaheuristics and numerical modelling.
María José Erquiaga
Phone: +54 (261) 4291000
Researchgate profile: Researchgate_Maria_Erquiaga
|Received the bachelor degree in Computer Science from Universidad de La Habana, Cuba in 2012. Received a scholarship from the Argentine Council of Scientific and Technological Research (CONICET) in 2016. She is a PhD student in Computer Science at the UNICEN, Tandil, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Research topic: Swarm intelligence techniques for the efficient scheduling of scientific workflows on Cloud environments.
Phone: +54 (261) 4291000
Partnerships and Cooperation
– Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires, Instituto de Sistemas Tandil (ISITAN).
Professors: Cristian Mateos, Marcelo Campo, Analia Amandi, Alejandro Zunino, Daniela Godoy and collaborators.
– Universidad de Buenos Aires, Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales.
Professors: Guillermo Marshall y Marcelo Frias, PhD Esteban Mocskos.
– Universidad Santa Maria.
Professor Gonzalo Hernandez and collaborators.
– Universidad de la Frontera, Departamento de Ingenieria Matemática: Professor Andres Avila and collaborators.
– Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, catedra de Mecanica: Profesores Jose Maria Goicolea, Felipe Gabaldon and collaborators.
– Université de Liège, Sciences Appliquées.
Prof. Jean-Philippe Ponthot and collaborators.
– Czech Technical University in Prague.
Department of Cybernetics. Professor Vladimir Maric, Olga Stepankova, PhD Filip Zelezny and collaborators.
Computer Science Department. PhD Sebastián García
Country: Czech Republic
– Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Distributed Systems Architecture Research Group (DSA-Research.org)
Dr. Jose Luis Vazquez-Poletti
Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)