I try (really) hard to keep this page up to date, but still, it is usually outdated :-(
Yet another proof of the second law of thermodynamics? To fight against it, now I maintain mainly links to where the action actually happens.
Most of my teaching activities take place at the ETSIT of the URJC. You can have a look at the listing of my current and past subjects. For some of them (those related to building web applications), we have set up the CursosWeb website (in Spanish), where you can browse most materials and stuff we use.
My main research line is currently the quantitative study of libre (free, open source) software development. My activities in that area ar included in those of the LibreSoft group (in its web site you can find detailed information about them).
Some funded research projects:
- Seneca, Software Engineering in Enterprise Cloud Applications, Marie Skłodowska-Curie action, funded by the European Commission), 2015-2018.
Thesis I've advised
- Public policy actors, processes, decisions and evaluation: The case of FLOSS in Spain (2003-2013), by Kepa Ugartemendia (Uni. Deusto), co-advised with Juan José Gibaja (Jan 11, 2016)
- Creación de módulos de visualización de datos para Kibana (Kibana visualizations based on C3.js), by Momchil Stoyanov (Jan 2017)
- 3D visualizations for Kibana5 (WebGL visualizations for Kibana), by Viorel Rusu (Jan 2017)
- Network plugin for Kibana5 (Kibana visualizations for networks), by David Moreno (Dec 2016)
- WebGL-based 3D dashboard for tracking software development, by Adrián Alonso (Jul 2016)
- Aplicación de segumiento de desarrollo de software en HTML5 (HTML5 application for tracking software development), by Jesús Alonso (Jun 2015)
- Dashboard open source (Open source dashboard), by Javier Sanjuan (Jun 2015)
- Visualización de datos de desarrollo de software libre (Visualization of data about free software development), by Quan Zhou (Jun 2015)