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researcher , Computer scientist

Dagmar Monett-Diaz, Cuban computer scientist, researcher. Scholar Spanish Agency of International Cooper, 1996; South South Fellowship, Third World Academy of Science, 1996, Sandwich fellowship, German Academic Exchange Service, 1999—2002, Doctor of Philosophy Scholarship, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, 2003, fellowship, Agentlink, 2003. Contributor Helping Children Organization, Munich, since 2001.

Background

Monett-Diaz, Dagmar was born on April 3, 1969 in Havanna, Cuba. Daughter of Manuel Enrique Monett-Yanes and Zenobia Perla Diaz-Pineiro.

Education

Bachelor Computer Science, Havanna University, Havanna, Cuba, 1992. Master of Science Computer Science, Havanna University, Havanna, Cuba, 1998. Doctor of Philosophy Computer Science, Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 2005.

Career

Research associate Center of Biomaterials, Havanna, Cuba, 1992—1999. Research associate department computer science Artificial Intelligence Laboratory Humboldt University, Berlin, 2002—2005, research associate department mathematics, 2006. Research associate MATHEON, since 2006.

Adjustment lecturer Simon Bolivar University, Caracas, Venezuela, 1996, Berlin School of Economics, Berlin, since 2002.

Membership

Contributor Helping Children Organization, Munich, since 2001.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, dance, writing, travel.

Connections

Married Abel M. Martin-Villalejo, January 13, 1999. Children: Paula Martin-Monett, Deigo Martin-Monett.

father:
Manuel Enrique Monett-Yanes

mother:
Zenobia Perla Diaz-Pineiro

spouse:
Abel M. Martin-Villalejo

children:
Paula Martin-Monett Monett-Diaz

Deigo Martin-Monett Monett-Diaz