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Distinguished Visitors Program - Speakers Corner

 

Ignacio CastilloRegion 9 (Latin America)
Ignacio Castillo

Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México/ Autonomous University of Mexico City
Phone: +52 5531987802
Email: icastillo@computer.org
Web page: www.ignaciocastillo.org

Our featured DVP speaker this month is Ignacio Castillo. Ignacio has been working for 19 years in IT&C industries [Datacenter Dynamics, RedUno-TELMEX, IFE, DICINET], as well as in private and public universities as professor [UDEFA, UACM, BUAP, UPAEP, UTM]. He has participated in more than 40 national and international projects as a team member, or leader on technical and management positions. Castillo is an IEEE Senior Member. He participates with ISO/IEC 27000 committee, Mexican NB. As professor he has lectured more than 100 undergraduate and graduate courses, he wrote journal and conference papers, one book, technical reports and is referee for magazines and conferences; he organized national and international conferences and seminars. He had offered more than 60 keynote, invited talks and webinars, but also he wrote more than 100 divulgation articles for magazines and newspapers.
Since 2008 Castillo is a tenured Professor at Electronics & Telecommunications Dep. with Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México UACM (Autonomous University of Mexico City). He received his B.Sc. degree in Electronic Sciences (95), completed with honors, and his M.Sc. degree in Semiconductor Devices (98) both from the Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico.

To request Ignacio Castillo for your chapter event, please see:  Ignacio Castillo

For more details regarding the Distinguished Visitors Program (DVP), please visit www.computer.org/web/chapters/dvp



 

 

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