- Juan Trujillo (Coordinator), Professor
- Sergio Lujan Mora, Associate Professor (PostDoc)
- Rafael Romero Jaén, Associate Professor
- David Gil, Associate Professor (PostDoc)
- Alejandro Maté Morga, Researcher PhD (FPI Vali+D)
- Elisa de Gregorio Medrano, Researcher PhD (FPI)
- Group collaborators researchers
- Relation with other groups
JUAN TRUJILLO (Coordinator)
Juan Trujillo is Full Professor in the Department of Languages and Systems, University of Alicante. His main research topics include business intelligence applications, data warehouse design, conceptual modeling of databases, multidimensional databases, OLAP and data mining applications, analysis and object-oriented design with UML, MDA, safety and quality of data warehouse, etc. He has supervised nine doctoral theses and published over 120 research papers in various conferences and journals of high national and international impact. It highlights the congresses ER, UML, ADBIS, Caise or WAIM. Among international journals indexed in the JCR, it highlights more than 30 publications in the DKE, DSS, INSOFT, DSS, or JDBM. In addition, he participates as a member of the Program Committee of several workshops, conferences and journals such as ER, DOLAP, DSS, and SCI, JDM, KAIS, ISOFT, JOD or DKE. Finally, note that he has been chairman of the program committee of major events related to data warehouses such as DOLAP’05 or DAWAK’05 and DAWAK’06 and he is the founder of the Workshops FP-UML, which is held on a ER joint conference since 2005. More information about the main scientific publications can be found here.
SERGIO LUJAN MORA
Sergio Lujan Mora is Associate Professor (Doctor) of the Department of Software and Computing Systems, University of Alicante. He finished his PhD in Computer Science at the University of Alicante (Spain) in 2005. His main research topics include Web accessibility and usability, Web applications and business intelligence, data warehouse design, analysis and object-oriented design with UML, MDA, etc. He has published several research papers in various conferences and journals of high national and international impact. It highlights the congresses ER, UML or DOLAP. Among international journals indexed in the JCR, it highlights the DKE, JCS or JDBM. In addition, note that he has published several books related to Web programming and Web page design.
Personal Web: http://www.dlsi.ua.es/~slujan/
RAFAEL ROMERO JAÉN
Rafael Romero Jaén is Associate Professor (Doctor) of the Department of Software and Computing Systems, University of Alicante. His main research topics include business intelligence applications, data warehouse design, data warehouse quality, quality of Conceptual Modeling of data warehouses, etc.. He has published several research papers in conferences like Dawak and JISBD.
David Gil is Associate Professor in the Computing Technology and Data Processing, University of Alicante. His main research topics include artificial intelligence applications (such as artificial neural networks, support vector machines, decision trees, etc..), OLAP and data mining applications, data warehouse design, multidimensional databases, diagnosis and decision support system in medical and cognitive sciences (using different databases, such as urological, seminological, schools or other public test within the UCI Machine Learning). He has published papers in high quality international conferences, such as IJCNN, SAC, HEALTHINF, DCAI, SCAI, SAIS, etc. He has published in international journals indexed in the JCR among which include Expert Systems With Applications, Applied Soft Computing, Neural Networks. He has served on several program committees and workshops such as Dawak, ARES, Caise, EDUCON IEEE, TAEE as well as referee for journals like Neurocumputing , Expert Systems, Soft Computing, Human Reproduction, etc..
Alejandro Maté has a degree in Computer Science at the University of Alicante (Spain). Master in Computer Science at the University of Alicante in 2010. He has carried out a PhD stay at the University of Trento (Italy). His research focuses on the requirements analysis and conceptual design of data warehouses, model-driven development, and traceability in model-driven approaches.
ELISA DE GREGORIO
Elisa De Gregorio has a degree in Computer Science at the University of Alicante (Spain). Master in Computer Science at the University of Alicante in 2012. His research focuses on data visualization and dashboard implementarion.
Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Alicante (Spain). Master in Bioinformatics at the University of Turin (Italy) and Electronics Engineer at the University Simon Bolivar (Venezuela). He has done a research stay at the Free University of Brussels (Belgium). His research is mainly oriented in data warehouse spatial design as well as the spatial knowledge searching processes.
Computer Systems Engineer at the Technological University of Panama. Master in Computing with emphasis in Information Systems at the Technological Institute of Costa Rica. Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Alicante. Full time Lecturer at the Technological University of Panama. His research interests are: modeling of ETL processes for data warehousing, quality metrics, Web usability, among others. Other areas of interest include auditing of systems, software engineering, robotics educational and collaborative systems.
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Emilio Soler has a degree of mathematics ath the “Universidad pedagógica de Matanzas (Cuba)” and PhD in Computer Science at the University of Alicante (Spain). He currently is assistant professor in the Department of Informatics, “Universidad pedagógica de Matanzas (Cuba)”. His research interests are: data warehouses safety modeling , security requirements engineering, model driven development and information systems security.
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Relationship with other groups
In relation to other groups, the group Lucentia has actively collaborated with national and international groups, through projects, scientific meetings, scientific publications or co-supervision of doctoral theses. As national groups, it is necessary to emphasize the collaboration with the ALARCOS and GSYA groups (Ferrández Eduardo Medina), University of Castilla-La Mancha (Prof. Mario Piattini) as well as KYBELE group at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos I (Prof. Esperanza Marcos). Regarding international groups, noting the collaborations with the following groups Database Group at Drexel University (Prof. Il Yeol Song), Bias Research Group at the University of Bologna (Prof. Stefano Rizzi), the Database Group at the University of Münster (Prof. Gotffried Vossen), the KDSL of the University of Athens (Prof. Timos sellis), the Information & Software Engineering Group of the Technical University of Vienna (Prof. A Min Tjoa), LMU Munich (Dr. Nora Koch) and Brussels VUB (Prof. Olga De Troyer).
The group has also collaborated with the groups of John Mylopoulos, University of Trento, Eric Yu, University of Toronto (Canada), Stefano Rizzi and Matteo Golfarelli, University of Bologna (Italy), Panos Vassiliadis, University of Ioannina (Greece ), Il-Yeol Song, Drexel Universit (USA), Gotfried Vossen and Jens Lechtenbörger, Müster University (Germany), Esteba Zimanyi, Brussels University (Belgium), A Min Tjoa, Technical University of Vienna (Austria), Jan Jürgens, OPEN University (UK), Magnus Johnson, Lunds Universitet (Sweeden), Alfredo Cuzzocrea, University of Calabria (Italy), Leonel Iriarte, Agrarian University (Cuba), and David Wiley, COSL (Center for Open and Sustainable Learning), Utah (USA).