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educator , Electrical engineer

Joaquín Cerdá Boluda, Spanish electrical engineer, educator. Achievements include invention of Random Neighobor Rule cellular automata; invention of Binary Evaluation-Probabilistic Evolution design method for cellular automata; invention of Cellular Structure Description Language (programming language); design of Glider environment. Catequist San Alberto Magno Church, Valencia, 1997—2007.

Background

Boluda, Joaquín Cerdá was born on May 3, 1975 in Xàtiva, Spain. Son of Joaquín Cerdá Bellver and María Consuelo Boluda Guillem.

Education

Degree in Telecomm., University Politécnica de Valencia, 1999. Doctor of Philosophy in Telecomm. and Electronic Engineering, University National Education Distance, Valencia, 2004. Master of Science in Physics, University National Education Distance, Valencia, 2007.

Career

Lecturer University Politécnica de Valencia, since 1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of Random Neighobor Rule cellular automata. Invention of Binary Evaluation-Probabilistic Evolution design method for cellular automata. Invention of Cellular Structure Description Language (programming language).

    Design of Glider environment.

Membership

Catequist San Alberto Magno Church, Valencia, 1997—2007.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Music, theater, painting.

Connections

Married Marta Covadonga Mora Aguilar, July 13, 2002.

father:
Joaquín Cerdá Bellver

mother:
María Consuelo Boluda Guillem

spouse:
Marta Covadonga Mora Aguilar