Director of the IT Competitiveness area. Her interests include Architectures, Safety and Cybersecurity, Internet of Things, Privacy.
Head of Cyber-Security. His current research interests include Identity & Access Management, Mobile Security and Mobile Payments.
Research areas are Modular Assurance and Certification of Safety-critical Systems, with particular focus on automotive, aerospace, railway and medical devices industries.
His research focuses on areas such as safety‐critical software systems, software quality assurance, software process improvement, empirical software engineering, metamodeling and technology strategy.
Research areas include IoT, assurance systems for safety critical systems in different industrial sectors.
Her interests are on trust and cybersecurity engineering technologies, risk management, critical infrastructures, multi-cloud applications.
Interests on Software Process Improvement, Security & Safety, Testing, Process Reenginering, Datawarehouse.
His areas of expertise cover Process Quality Management, Enterprise Interoperability, SOA, Cloud and Cybersecurity.
Interests on architecting and development of graphical, model-based tools for safety certification management, critical infrastructure protection and industrial cybersecurity.
Her interests are on assurance for critical systems (both safety and security properties).
Interests focus on Information and Communications Technologies sector organistions reference models and methodologies supporting process management and improvement efforts.
Interests on data security, safety, certification, system assurance, standards compliance, Internet of Things.
Interests on IoT and Computer Security, Identity & Access Management, Data Cryptography, Digital Payments.
Research interests range widely, from safety-critical embedded system design to new verification methods.
Research interests focus on identity & access management, mobile & embedded security, mobile payments and security by design.
Interests focus on Trustworthy and secure IT systems and services, Future Internet and Internet of Things, Critical Infrastructures.
Interests on critical-embedded system, dependability and focus on fault injection techniques.
Research interests focus on Identity & access management, computer & mobile security
Sergio Anguita Lorenzo has a degree in Computer Engineering from University of Deusto
Mathematician and IT Engineer from the University of Granada with a mention in Information Technology
Information Systems Engineer, Universidad de Deusto en 2004