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Juan Pavón

Juan Pavón

P2P Models advisor at Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Instituto de Tecnología del Conocimiento
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING · ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE · WEB ENGINEERING  ·  COMPLEX SYSTEMS · MULTI-AGENT SYSTEMS  ·  AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE · AUGMENTED REALITY · SMART CITIES · COMPUTATIONAL ART

Juan Pavón holds a PhD degree in Computer Science from Universidad Politécnica Madrid (1988). From 1987 to 1997 he worked for private companies R&D departments in Spain, France and Belgium, and in Bellcore (USA), focusing particularly on the development of distributed systems and their application to multimedia services on broadband networks and mobile systems. He is currently a Full Professor at Universidad Complutense Madrid, where he leads the GRASIA research group and the Institute for Knowledge Technology. His main areas of interest focus on the application of artificial intelligence in multidisciplinary projects with social value, such as assistive technologies, health monitoring, ambient assisted living, smart cities, education, computational creativity, and tools to support Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI).

Juan Pavón other publications on P2P Models

Peer-to-Peer Systems Design Trade-offs: a Framework exploring the balance between Blockchain and IPFS20200929182930