CITS 2015: The 2015 International Conference on Computer, Information and Telecommunication Systems

July 15-17, 2015, Gijón, Spain

About the Conference

About the CITS Conference

The 2015 International Conference on Computer, Information, and Telecommunication Systems, CITS 2015, is an international forum for scientists, engineers, and practitioners to present their latest research and development results in all areas of Computer, Information, and Telecommunication Systems, CITS.

The conference will feature tutorials, technical paper presentations, workshops and distinguished keynote speeches. All accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion to IEEE Xplore digital library.

Selected extended versions of accepted papers will be considered for Special Issues of Scholarly International Journals.

CITS 2015 is over! See you in CITS 2016!

Local sponsors

Gijón Convention Bureau logo
Gijón Polytechnic School of Engineering logo
CITS 2015 is sponsored by the Gijón Polytechnic School of Engineering, the Department of Informatics of the University of Oviedo, and the Gijón Convention Bureau.

Technical co-sponsors

ComSoc is a CITS 2015 Technical Co-Sponsor SCS is a CITS 2015 Technical Co-Sponsor FTRA is a CITS 2015 Technical Co-Sponsor

Important Dates

  • Paper submission:
  • Invited session, workshop, tutorial proposals:
  • Author notification:
  • Camera-ready paper submission:

You can download a one page Call For Papers (CFPs) in PDF

You can also download the General Chairs' Message and Conference Program (PDF, 2 MiB)

Conference Registration

CITS 2015 Conference Registration

These are the available registration options. Authors can register on-line (through EDAS) or by submitting the PDF form below to the organizers.

RegistrationsIEEE/SCS Member (2)Non-member (2)
Full Registration (before June 15th, 2015) (1)€590€690
Extra Page Charge (for each page beyond 5 pages/paper) €100€100
Extra Paper Charge€350€350
Non-author Early Registration (before June 15th, 2015)€590€690
Late (after June 15th, 2015)/On Site Registration€690€790
Non-author Student Registration€250€250
Extra Banquet Ticket with a Complimentary Tour€60€60
Extra Lunch Tickets€15/each€15/each

All attendees at CITS 2015 should make the registration. One author per paper (up to 5 pages) MUST be accompanied by one mandatory registration and the registration fee must be paid by May 31, 2015. Each extra page will be charged at a rate of €100. Each extra paper will be charged at a rate of €350 per each 5-page paper.

Authors of accepted papers in CITS 2015 need to register in CITS 2015 on or before May 31, 2015. Otherwise, their papers will NOT be included in the program and IEEE Explore.


  • Author Refunds: Authors who have their papers included in the proceedings are not eligible for a refund
  • 50% Refunds: Non-authors Refund requests received before May 15, 2015
  • No Refunds: Refund requests received after May 15, 2015 will not be eligible for a refund

(1) Registration fees covers: Entrance to all technical sessions, proceedings on CD, coffee during breaks; two lunch tickets; and one banquet ticket with a complimentary tour.

(2) IEEE and SCS members must keep updated their society memberships in EDAS.

How to register for CITS 2015

  • Go to the CITS 2015 Registration at EDAS (sign in or, if you do not have an EDAS account, sign up)
    • Members of IEEE and SCS must keep updated their society memberships in EDAS (check the "update your society memberships" link) in order to register with reduced charges
    • Please specify your dietary constraints or special needs in "My Profile"

Option 1: Payment via credit card or PayPal

  1. Click ‘Icon’ of Payment by Credit Cards
  2. Enter necessary card details; then click the button of ‘PAY’
  3. Any problem occurs, please Click ‘Request help’ and EDAS staff will reply your email soon

Option 2: Payment by bank wire

  1. Download and complete the CITS 2015 Registration Form (PDF, 200 KiB)
  2. Please complete this form, zip it with your proven wire transfer documents. Save the file as: EDAS
  3. Send the zip file to: Kuei-Fang (Leila) Hsiao <wt.ude.ucm.liam@oaishfk>; Kasim Al-Aubidy <moc.liamg@ydibuala>

Organizing Committee

CITS 2015 Organizing Committee

General Chairs

  1. Mohammad S. Obaidat,
    Fordham Univ., USA
  2. Daniel F. Garcia,
    Univ. of Oviedo, Spain

Senior Program Chair

  1. Petros Nicopolitidis,
    Aristotle Univ., Greece

Program Chairs

  1. Igor Bisio,
    Univ. of Genoa, Italy
  2. Achilles Kameas,
    Hellenic Open Univ., Greece
  3. Kasim Al-Aubidy,
    Philadelphia Univ., Jordan

Local Arrangement Committee

  1. Daniel F. Garcia (Chair),
    Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  2. Francisco J. Suarez,
    Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  3. Joaquin Entrialgo,
    Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  4. Juan C. Granda,
    Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  5. Pelayo Nuño,
    Univ. of Oviedo, Spain

Tutorials Chair

  1. Franco Davoli,
    Univ. of Genoa, Italy

Workshops and Special Sessions Chairs

  1. Jose Luis Sevillano Ramos,
    Univ. of Seville, Spain
  2. Sanjay K. Dhurandher,
    Univ. of New Delhi, India

Publication Chair

  1. Daniel Cascado,
    Univ. of Seville, Spain

Publicity Chairs

  1. Essia Hamouda,
    Univ. of California-Riverside, USA
  2. Lei Shu,
    Guangdong Univ. of Petrochemical Technology
  3. Der-Jiunn Deng,
    National Changhua Univ. of Education, Taiwan

International Liaisons

  1. Balqies Sadoun,
    Al-Balqa' Applied Univ., Jordan
  2. Imad Mahgoub,
    Florida Atlantic Univ., USA
  3. Hong Ji,
    BUPT, China
  4. Ching-Hsien (Robert) Hsu,
    Chung Hua Univ., Taiwan
  5. Helen Karatza,
    Aristotle Univ., Greece
  6. Ali Al-Daoud,
    Al-Zaytoonah Univ. of Jordan

Registration Chairs

  1. Francisco J. Suarez,
    Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  2. Kuei-Fang (Leila) Hsiao,
    Ming-Chuan Univ., Taiwan

Finance Chair

  1. Kasim Al-Aubidy,
    Philadelphia Univ., Jordan


  1. Antonio Bueno,
    Univ. of Girona, Spain

Steering Committee

CITS 2015 Steering Committee

  • Franco Davoli, Univ. of Genoa, Italy
  • Pascal Lorenz, Univ. of Haute Alsace, France
  • Mohammad S Obaidat, Fordham Univ., USA (Chair)
  • James (Jong Hyuk) Park, Seoul National Univ. of Science & Technology, Korea
  • Jose L. Sevillano, Univ. of Seville, Spain
  • George A. Tsihrintzis, Univ. of Piraeus, Greece
  • Laurence T. Yang, St. Francis Xavier Univ., Canada

Program Committee

CITS 2015 Program Committee

  • Ozgur Akan, Koc Univ., Turkey
  • Fatih Alagoz, Bogazici Univ., Turkey
  • Moshaddique Al Ameen, Kyung Hee Univ., Korea
  • Andrea D'Ambrogio, Univ. di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy
  • Jalel Ben-othman, Univ. of Paris 13, France
  • Jalil Boukhobza, Univ. de Brest, France
  • Francisco Bulnes, Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  • Jiannong Cao, Hong Kong Polytechnic Univ.
  • Berk Canberk Istanbul Technical Univ., Turkey
  • Luca Caviglione, National Research Council (CNR), Italy
  • Franco Davoli, Univ. of Genoa, Italy
  • Jose Diaz, Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  • Josep Domenech, Univ. Politècnica de València, Spain
  • Floriano De Rango, Univ. of Calabria, Italy
  • Gianluigi Ferrari, Univ. of Parma, Italy
  • Panayotis Fouliras, Univ. of Macedonia, Greece
  • Daniel Garcia, Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  • Manuel Garcia, Univ. of Oviedo, Spain
  • Christos Georgiadis, Univ. of Macedonia, Greece
  • Fabrizio Granelli Univ. of Trento, Italy
  • Francesco Gringoli, Univ. of Brescia, Italy
  • Jose Luis Guisado, Univ. de Sevilla, Spain
  • Sami Habib, Kuwait Univ., Kuwait
  • Aun Haider, Univ. of Gujrat, Pakistan
  • Kuei-Fang Hsiao, Ming Chuan Univ., China
  • Athanassios Iossifides, Alexander Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Hong Ji, Beijing Univ. of Posts and Telecommunications, China
  • Carlos Juiz, Univ. de les Illes Balears, Spain
  • Georgios Kambourakis, Univ. of the Aegean, Greece
  • Helen Karatza, Aristotle Univ. of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • Paris Kitsos, Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece, Greece
  • Zbigniew Kotulski, Warsaw Univ. of Technology, Poland
  • Chin-Feng Lai, National Ilan Univ., Taiwan
  • Carlos Leon, Univ. of Seville, Spain
  • Jaime Lloret, Univ. Politécnica de Valencia, Spain
  • Pascal Lorenz, Univ. of Haute Alsace, France
  • Malamati Louta, Univ. of Western Macedonia, Greece
  • S. Kami Makki, Lamar Univ., USA
  • Mario Marchese, Univ. of Genoa, Italy
  • Alvaro Marco, Univ. de Zaragoza, Spain
  • Peter Mueller, IBM Zurich Research Laboratory, Switzerland
  • Ibrahim Onyuksel, Northern Illinois Univ., USA
  • George Palaigeorgiou Univ. of Western Macedonia, Greece
  • Evangelos Papapetrou, Univ. of Ioannina, Greece
  • Jun Peng, UTPA, USA
  • Mugen Peng, Beijing Univ. of posts & Telecommunications, Greece
  • Kostas Psannis, Univ. of Macedonia, Greece
  • Joel Rodrigues, Instituto de Telecomunicações, Univ. of Beira Interior, Portugal
  • Panagiotis Sarigiannidis, Univ. of Western Macedonia, Greece
  • Helena Szczerbicka, Leibniz Univ. of Hannover, Germany
  • Akash K. Singh, IBM, USA
  • Charalabos Skianis, Univ. of the Aegean, Greece
  • Christos Verikoukis, Telecommunications Technological Centre of Catalonia, Spain
  • Marco Vieira, Univ. of Coimbra, Portugal
  • Artemios Voyiatzis, Industrial Systems Institute / RC Athena, Greece
  • Gabriel Wainer, Carleton Univ., Canada
  • Laurence T. Yang, St. Francis Xavier Univ., Canada
  • Tingting Yang, Dalian Maritime Univ., China
  • Faouzi Zarai, Sfax Univ., Tunsia
  • Sherali Zeadally, Univ. of the District of Columbia, USA

Keynote Speakers

Keynote Speakers for CITS 2015

Networks robustness under multiple failures: relevant metrics analysis and robustness surfaces


Network science has significantly advanced in the last decade, providing insights into the underlying structure and dynamics of networks. Critical infrastructures, such as telecommunication networks, are omnipresent and play a pivotal role in ensuring the smooth functioning of modern day living. These networks have to constantly deal with failures of their components. Several strategies to mitigate the effects of single failures have been proposed in the literature. However, multiple failure scenarios are more difficult to manage. The concept of robustness is used to quantify how good is a network under those large-scale failure scenarios.

During the talk, a survey of the current challenges that might lead to multiple failure scenarios of present day networks will be provided. Secondly, a review novel metrics able to quantify the network robustness will be presented. Finally, a unifying framework able to embrace all the proposed metrics will be introduced. These metric values are joined to form the “robustness surface”, which allows the visual assessment of network robustness variability. Results show that a network presents different robustness surfaces (i.e., dissimilar shapes) depending on the failure scenario and the set of metrics.


Photo of José L Marzo

Jose L Marzo is full Professor at the Computer Architecture and Technology Department at the University of Girona, Spain. He was at the engineering and development departments with Telefonica before joining academia in 1991. His research interests are in the fields of communication networks, complex networks control and management, and adaptive hypermedia systems. He leads de Broadband Communications and Distributed Systems. He coordinated the participation of his research group to some national Spanish and EU research projects.

Jose L Marzo is also adjunct Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Kansas State University, USA. There he is member of the Sunflower Networking research group. Jose L Marzo has participated to the technical program committees and chairing sessions of several conferences, including SPECTS, IEEE Globecom, ICC and Infocom. He has co-authored several papers published in international journals and presented in leading international conferences.

Reliability engineering at Google


Building a useful application is part of the challenge. Scaling it up to size at Google is the other part, and it's where SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) is coming into the picture. This talk gives an overview on the technologies and software design patterns that SREs use to make sure that Google's applications run fast and reliable at full scale.


Photo of Ramón Medrano Llamas

Ramón Medrano Llamas is a site reliability engineer at Google. He concentrates on the reliability aspects of new Google products and new features of existing products, ensuring that they meet the same high bar as every other Google service. Before joining Google in 2013, he worked at CERN developing and designing distributed systems for physics. He holds a master's degree in computer science.

Topics of Interest

Topics of Interest for CITS 2015

Track I: Computer Systems

  • Cloud computing
  • Computer architectures
  • Computer hardware technology
  • Computer-aided designs and technology
  • Display technology
  • Digital circuits, systems and logic design
  • Embedded systems
  • Evolutionary algorithms and computing
  • Fuzzy systems and fuzzy logic
  • Green computing
  • Grid computing and architectures
  • Hardware and software co-design
  • High-performance computing
  • Input/Output systems
  • Low-power computer technology
  • Memory systems
  • Mobile computing
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Object Oriented Languages
  • Operating system and middleware for mobile computing and networking
  • Performance evaluation
  • Pervasive computing
  • Real-time systems and simulations
  • Reconfigurable computing
  • System integration
  • Systems on chip (SoC)
  • Scientific computing algorithms
  • Soft computing
  • Software design, verification and validation
  • Software performance and engineering
  • Social networking and computing
  • VLSI design

Track II: Information Technology

  • Agents and multi-agents systems
  • Artificial intelligence and expert systems
  • Adaptive learning automata
  • Bioinformatics and biological computing and engineering
  • Database and data warehouses
  • Data mining
  • Future web
  • e-Government
  • e-Commerce
  • e-Health
  • e-Learning and adaptive learning
  • Geographical information systems (GIS)
  • Global positioning systems (GPS)
  • Human-computer interaction (HCI)
  • Network systems, proxies and servers
  • Neural networks
  • Protocols and standards
  • Signal and image processing
  • System engineering
  • Telematics
  • Web-Based Simulation Applications

Track III: Web Technologies

  • Accessibility issues and Technology
  • Data Fusion
  • Digital Libraries
  • Content transformation and adaptation in proxy server
  • Metadata and metamodeling
  • Multimedia
  • Ontology and semantic web
  • Personalized web sites/Web site classification and optimization
  • Portal strategies
  • Quality recommendation for software service provisioning
  • Service oriented architecture
  • System integration
  • User modeling
  • Usability and ergonomics
  • Web analytics
  • Web services and engineering
  • Web interfaces and applications
  • Web searching, browsing and ranking
  • Web information retrieval
  • Web intelligence
  • Web performance measurement, modeling and caching
  • XML and data management

Track IV: Networking Systems

  • Bio-inspired and nature-inspired solutions in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks
  • Broadband access technologies
  • Cognitive radio
  • Cross-layer design for mobile and wireless networks
  • Dynamic spectrum management
  • Disruption tolerant networks
  • Energy-efficient networks
  • Future Internet
  • Hybrid networks
  • Medium access control protocols
  • Network management
  • Network services and protocols
  • Optical networks
  • Opportunistic networks
  • Personal area networks
  • Performance-oriented design and evaluation focused on networks and mobile applications
  • Quality of service provisioning
  • Routing protocols
  • Sensor networks
  • Smart grids
  • Testbed design and implementation
  • Traffic Eng. & measurements
  • Under water networks
  • 60 GHz networking
  • Wireless networks

Track V: Telecommunications Systems

  • Adaptive communications
  • Channel estimation
  • Cooperative communications
  • Channel coding
  • Interference management
  • Modulation techniques
  • MIMO systems
  • Novel applications enabled by telecommunication networking systems
  • OFDM communications
  • Power line communication
  • Satellite communication
  • Spread-spectrum communications
  • UWB communications
  • Wireless broadcasting
  • Wireless communication

Track VI: Security Systems

  • Authentication and access control
  • Biometrics systems
  • Computer and communication security
  • Cryptography and cryptanalysis
  • Digital watermarking, fingerprinting, and traitor tracing schemes
  • Detection analysis and prevention of malware
  • Denial of service issues
  • Intrusion detection systems
  • Information systems security
  • Keystroke dynamic systems
  • Multimedia security
  • Network security
  • Network systems forensics
  • Operating systems security
  • Program security
  • Physical security
  • Privacy enhancing technologies
  • Public-key infrastructure systems
  • Quantum cryptography
  • Security of e-Systems and applications
  • Security modeling, tools & simulation
  • Security of personal area networks
  • Security of WiFi and WiMax systems
  • Security of web systems
  • Secure PHY and MAC protocols
  • User & location privacy
  • Virtual Private Network systems
  • Vulnerability and Virus analysis
  • Vulnerability and attack modeling
  • Web security and privacy
  • Web-based application security

Location and Venue

CITS 2015 Location and Venue

Where is Gijón?

With a surface area of 181.7 km2, the Concejo (municipality) of Gijón is located in the centre of the Asturias coast. It opens up to the sea with a double bay between 43°2'30" and 43°34'18" Northern latitude and 1°52'29" and 2°8'0" Western longitude from the Madrid Meridian. The city is 2000 years old and is located 477 km from Madrid (5h), 384 km from the French border (4h 40 min) and 432 km from the Portuguese border. It takes three and a quarter hours to get to Bilbao and four and a quarter to get to Santiago de Compostela. A 2h flight separates it from London.

How many people live in Gijón?

It is the most populated municipality in the Principality of Asturias. About 280,000 people live in its municipal district, 90% of whom live in the city of Gijón, whilst the remaining 10% are spread over the superb rural medium that surrounds it.

What is the weather like in Gijón? What kind of clothes should I take?

The Gijón climate, in the area of Atlantic Spain, can be defined in this sense as being warm, with an average annual temperature of 15° and gentle oscillations between the maximum and minimum average annual temperatures. In summer the average temperature is 19.5°C and in winter 9.5°C.

It receives 800 to 1000 mm rainfall each year, which is distributed quite evenly, that is, without any very dry periods and also without heavy rain at certain times of the year.

What budget should I consider?

Some data to help you calculate it:

  • To get to the city from the airport

    • Taxi: €50-60 and 35 min
    • Bus: €7.50
  • To move around Gijón

    • Taxi: €6-8 (average)
    • Bus. €1.25
  • To go out on the town

    Gijón has quite a lot restaurants with quality marks (from those that have 1 Michelin star to the most popular ones), as well as cafeterias, bars and pubs.

    • A coffee: €1.20-1.40
    • A set menu: €7-24.50 (Average €12)
    • À la carte: €18-40
    • A beer: €2.50
    • A bottle of cider: €2.50
    • A drink in a pub: €5-7

Additional information about Gijón is available from the city's Convention Bureau.

The venue

CITS 2015 will be hosted by the University of Oviedo in the Campus of Gijón, home of the Gijón Polytechnic School of Engineering and the Department of Informatics.

Conference activities will take place in the Aula Magna of the Aulario Sur in the Campus, which is 5 km. from downtown (~15-20 min. by car/bus or a 50 min. walk). Lunches will be at the restaurant of the Escuela Superior de la Marina Civil, a 5 min. walk (400m) from the conference site.

The easiest way to go from the city center to the venue is by bus. Two bus lines, L4 and L18, cross most of the city and stop at the campus ("Aulario" stop) every 15 min. You can also check a general bus map.

Univ. of Ovideo at Gijón map

Travel and Accomodation

CITS 2015 Travel and Accomodation

The Gijón Convention Bureau has arranged reduced hotel rates for CITS 2015 attendees:

Hotel Address Phone Double Room Double Room for Single Use
HOTEL ASTURIAS ★★★★ Plaza Mayor, 11, 33203 Gijón +34 985 350 600 €95 €70
HOTEL ABBA PLAYA GIJÓN ★★★★ Paseo del Dr. Fleming, 37, 33203 Gijón +34 985 000 000 €106 €95
HOTEL TRYP REY PELAYO ★★★★ Av. Torcuato Fernández Miranda, 26, 33203 Gijón +34 985 199 800 €78 €70
NH GIJÓN ★★★★ Paseo del Dr. Fleming, 71, 33203 Gijón +34 985 195 755 €112 + VAT €100 + VAT
HOTEL BEGOÑA PARK ★★★★ la Providencia nº 566, 33203 Gijón +34 985 133 909 €88 €77
HOTEL ALCOMAR ★★★ Cabrales, 24, 33201 Gijón +34 985 357 011 €81.40 €74.80
HOTEL BEGOÑA CENTRO ★★★ Avda. de la Costa, 44, 33205 Gijón +34 985 147 211 €70 €60
  • Breakfast included in all rates. Also, unless indicated, VAT included.
  • Rates per day subject to availability. Take into account that July is high season. Make your reservations as soon as possible.
  • Rates only valid to book directly with the hotels indicating the "CITS 2015" event.

Also from the Gijón Convention Bureau, there is information on:

Also, purchasing train tickets online can be difficult. Here's a translation of the tutorial available in the website.

If you travel by bus, ALSA has provided the "CITS2015" promo code, valid for travels between July 13-17th.

Special Sessions


CITS 2015 Tutorials

The following tutorial will be organized as part of CITS 2015:

Cloud Computing for Computation Offloading: Application to Robotics


3 hours


The use of Cloud Computing for computation offloading has become a field of interest today. In this tutorial we first discuss the main advantages of Cloud computing over computing on local devices. We will see that moving certain applications to the Cloud yields extraordinary results whereas offloading others is not recommendable at all. A simple model will be presented that allows to estimate whether a given application is well suited or not for computation in the cloud.

Then, cloud offloading in the robotics area will be considered. A near to real-time use case will be presented: cloud-based navigation assistance. Experimental results with a prototype running over a ROS (Robot Operating System)-based mobile robot will be presented which includes a dynamically scalable 3D Point Cloud Extractor. For this application case, several offloading models are analyzed, taking into account the inherent computation-communication trade-off. This trade-off will be demonstrated with several performance figures. Moreover, in order to prove the efficacy of the Cloud as an offloading platform, a demonstration video will be shown.

Finally, other higher-level use cases that are extremely useful for Robotics will be considered. For example, a Cloud-based shared world model that can be used by robots for innumerable tasks, like navigation or manipulation. This is not without some challenges like conflicts between robots or the adaptation of the platform to a robot's needs. Therefore, in this case the cloud is used not only for offloading computation, but also for knowledge sharing.


  • J. Salmeron-Garcia, P. Inigo-Blasco, F. Diaz-del-Rio, and D. Cagigas-Muniz. “A Tradeoff Analysis of a Cloud-Based Robot Navigation Assistant Using Stereo Image Processing.” IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering, no. 99 (2015): 1–11. doi:10.1109/TASE.2015.2403593
  • F. Diaz-del-Rio, J. Salmeron-Garcia, J.L. Sevillano. “Extending Amdahl's Law For the Cloud Computing Era”. IEEE Computer (In press)
  • Salmeron-Garcia, Javier; Inigo-Blasco, Pablo; Diaz-del-Rio, Fernando; and Cagigas-Muniz, Daniel. “Mobile Robot Motion Planning Based on Cloud Computing Stereo Vision Processing.” In ISR/Robotik 2014; 41st International Symposium on Robotics; Proceedings of, 1–6, 2014

Instructors' biographies

Photo of Javier Salmerón-GarcíaJavier Salmerón-García received his BsC in Computer Engineering (2011) and MSc in Computer Engineering and Networks (2012) from the University of Seville. He also received an MSc in Software Engineering for Technical Computing from Cranfield University (UK, 2011). He is now doing a PhD focused on Cloud Robotics in the University of Seville. Moreover, he works as a part-time lecturer at the same University. Contact him at

Photo of Fernando Díaz-del-RíoFernando Díaz-del-Río received his Master in Physics (Electronics) and his Ph.D. from the University of Seville (Spain) in 1997, and currently is an Associate Professor at this University. Mobile robot navigation, bioinspired systems and distributed computing systems are his main research topics. He has participated in more than 20 research projects and contracts. Contact him at

Photo of José Luis SevillanoJosé Luis Sevillano is an Associate Professor (Accredited as Full Professor) at the University of Seville, Spain. He served as VP Membership of SCS (2009-11), and currently serves as Associate Editor of Simulation (Sage) and of the International Journal of Communication Systems (Wiley). He is an IEEE Senior Member, has co-authored 80+ papers and has participated in 20+ research projects. His research interests include real-time communications and architectures, Mobile Robots and eHealth and Rehabilitation Systems. Contact him at

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