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educator , Computer engineer

Manuel Jose Fernandez-Iglesias, Spanish computer engineer, educator. Achievements include invention of Cellular network for real-time mobile auction; patents pending for Security bag to handle dangerous materials; development of First online fully-recognized graduate program in Spain.

Background

Fernandez-Iglesias, Manuel Jose was born on June 3, 1967 in Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain. Son of Manuel Fernandez-Perez and Maria Isabel Iglesias-Atienza.

Education

Master of Science in Telecomm. Engineering, U.Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy in Telecomm.

Engineering, University Vigo, Spain, 1997.

Career

Lecturer University Vigo, Spain, 1990—1994, assistant professor, 1994—1997, associate professor, since 1997. Visiting senior scientist International Computer Science Institute, Berkeley, California, 2000. Advisory board Shylex I+D S.A., Vigo, Pontevedra, Spain, 2001—2002.

Consultant Digicom S.L., Santiago de Compostela, La Coruna, Spain, since 2001. Expert - project reviewer Directorate General - Information Society - European Comission, Brussels, since 2001. Coordinator - graduate program on information technologies University Vigo, Pontevedra, Spain, since 2001.

Second lieutenant Aeronautical Engineers Corps Spanish Army, 1991, Torrejon Air Base.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of Cellular network for real-time mobile auction. Patents pending for Security bag to handle dangerous materials. Development of First online fully-recognized graduate program in Spain.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, cooking, stamp collecting/philately.

Connections

Married Maria del Mar Cobeta-Melchor, August 29, 1997.

father:
Manuel Fernandez-Perez

mother:
Maria Isabel Iglesias-Atienza

spouse:
Maria del Mar Cobeta-Melchor