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About Us

The Information and Communication Technologies Group (ICTG, cetTICo) has been based at the UPM's School of Computing since 1988 and carries out research on multidisciplinary areas of Information and Communication Technologies, including software and knowledge engineering, computer networks, security, intelligent systems, knowledge-based systems, Web accessibility, and e-learning. The group is leaded by Prof. Dr. Fernando Alonso, and currently includes: 2 full professors, 6 associate professors, 4 assistant professors (all holding a PhD degree), 5 PhD students (all holding a MSc/MEng degree, and one holding an official postgraduate research grant), and 3 undergraduate students, 1 associate member and 3 administrative staff. The group was recently recognised as a research group by the UPM in its first Call for the Recognition of Research Groups (Rectoral Resolution of November 29, 2004). The group has been involved in over 25 national and European funded research projects, and its members have co-authored more than 75 journal publications and conference articles, most of which were published in the last 10 years. Its members have supervised and/or presented 17 PhD. Thesis, 4 of them in the last 2 years.

CoNWeT Lab

The group supports the Computer Networks and Web Technologies Lab (CoNWeT), which focuses on the application of Agent, Web 2.0 and Semantic Web technologies to Web-based systems and services, integrated network management, and ubiquitous and mobile computing environments. The CoNWeT Lab is co-leaded by Dr. Javier Soriano and Dr. Genoveva López.


About UPM


Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) is the largest technical university in Spain, with about 40,000 students, 3,300 professors and researchers and almost 2000 administrative staff and technicians. The UPM is a leader of technological development in Spain and plays a key role in Spanish and European academic and research activities.

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