Sergio Alejandro Velastín Carroza

Sergio Alejandro Velastín Carroza

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Sergio Alejandro
Velastín Carroza
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1307
Colmenarejo
Miguel de Unamuno
Profesor Titular
Ciencia de la Computación e Inteligencia Artificial

Curriculum Vitae

Prof. Dr. Sergio A Velastin was until recently a research professor at the University of Santiago de Chile and then a UC3M Conex-Marie Curie Fellow (very experienced professor) in the Applied Artificial Intelligence Research Group at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid. He trained and worked most of his life in the UK where he became Professor in Applied Computer Vision at Kingston University and where he was also director of the Digital Imaging Research Centre. He is also a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and Senior Member of the IEEE where he was an elected member of the Board of Governors of the Intelligent Transportation Society (IEEE-ITSS). He is also an associate editor of the IET Computer Vision journal and has worked for many years in the field of artificial vision and its application to improve public safety especially in public transport systems. He co-founded Ipsotek Ltd and has worked, on projects with transport authorities in London, Rome, Paris etc in several EU Framework Programme projects. He is currently a Senior Research Scientist at Cortexica Vision Systems Ltd.

Research Themes

Computer Vision

Human Action Recognition

Principal:

Paloma Martínez Fernández

 

Assistants principal:

Carlos Linares López

Israel González Carrasco

Juan Manuel Estévez Tapiador

 

Academic Secretary:

Lourdes Moreno López

  

Secretaría Administrativa:

María José Cano Barquilla

Javier Delicado Huelva

Rafaela Jiménez Mejías

 

Phone numbers:

+34 91 6249960

+34 91 6249049

 

Postal Address:

Avda. de la Universidad Nº 30

Edificio Sabatini 28911

Leganés (Madrid) SPAIN

 

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