PhD in Science and Computer Technologies for Smart Cities
Research in Science and Computer Technologies for Smart Cities is the engine of one of the technology sectors with higher growth prospects today. In addition to contributing to the progress of the ICT sector itself by designing increasingly complex software systems and implementing distributed systems over dynamic and mobile networks, this research is essential in other sectors involved in the so called concept of Smart Cities (e.g. transport sustainable infrastructure, energy supplies and intelligent building design).
In this context, this PhD program primarily focuses on three research areas:
Designing complex systems and software applications in Smart Cities: Software Engineering process models, product architecture and software tools to improve, in general terms, product quality and the way of the development process of that product. IT for tools for energy and smart grids, in which information technologies are used to improve energy management and the design of recommendation systems within social networks.
Simulation of systems and applications in Smart Cities: use of mathematical tools and computer science to the study and simulation of systems, including unconventional computing models and applications that are in the context of Smart Cities.
Simulation and design of distributed systems, dynamic networks and mobile networks for applications in Smart Cities.
Sergio Arévalo Viñuales
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