J. Daniel Garcia is an Associate Professor in Computer Architecture at the Computer Science and Engineering Department of University Carlos III of Madrid. He has worked in industry for major companies in Spain and Germany including Telefonica, British Telecom, ING Bank and SIEMENS, having the opportunity to participate in large scale international projects. He holds a Bachelor in Computer Science from Madrid Polytechnic University, the Advanced Studies Diploma in Computer Science and a PhD in Computer Sicence both from University Carlos III of Madrid.
Prof. Garcia is a member of ACM and a Senior Member of IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society. He has been Visiting Researcher at University of Modena (Italy) and Visiting Faculty at University of Texas A&M (USA).
Since 2008 he is the Spanish Head of delegation in the ISO C++ Standards Committee where he actively participated in the development of the C++11, C++14 and C++17 standards. His current research interests focus in programming models for applications improvement. In particular, his aim is improving both performance of applications (faster applications) and maintainability (easier to modify).
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