My primary research areas are high-performance computing, GPU computing, cloud computing, data analysis and visualization. I published several journal papers, books, book chapters and articles in international conferences and workshops (see Google Scholar, ResearchGate). Now that you are here, please feel free to have a look at my important publications. I have been involved in the organization of four international conferences and in several program committees of different workshops and conferences.
I am Alberto Sanchez, a young researcher and computer scientist at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain. I received MS and PhD degrees, obtaining the Extraordinary PhD Award, in Computer Science from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in 2004 and 2008, respectively. In 2006 I obtained my MS degree in Marketing at the "Universidad Autonoma de Madrid" (UAM). Since 2007 I've had a faculty position at the Department of Computer Science and Statistics, at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid, Spain), where I am currently an associate professor in the Superior Technical School of Computer Science holding the position of deputy Director of IT. I am member of the Modeling and Virtual Reality Group (GMRV) being currently the Head of the Master on Computer Graphics, Games and Virtual Reality at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. I am also a member of the Cajal Blue Brain project, the Spanish division of the Blue Brain project, and the Human Brain Project. I also continue working on the GloBeM project. I have also done long placement abroad in some prestigious international researching centers, such as CERN, NeSC, NRC and the University of Melbourne.