David Lizcano Casas
I am Vice-rector of Research and Doctorate at the Madrid Open University, UDIMA since 2016. I hold a Ph. D. with honors in Computer Science (2010) from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, and a M.Sc. degree with honors in Research in Complex Software Development (2008) from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
I'm Professor at UDIMA’s Department of Computer Science. I held a research grant from the European Social Fund under their Research Personnel Training program.
I'm working as a Ph.D. at UDIMA, and I'm currently involved in several national and European funded projects relating to Web 2.0 and Enterprise 2.0 technologies and Service Oriented Architectures (SOA), Paradigms of Programming, Software Engineering, Human-Computer Interaction and End-user Development and Programming.
I've published more than 30 papers in prestigious international journals listed in the JCR, I’ve assisted to more than 70 international conferences (as organiser, TPC or general chair in many of them), and I've participated in more than 15 international EU R&D projects centered in the above topics.
Main Research Interests:
- End-user Software Engineering
- End-user Programming
- Future Internet Technologies and IoT
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Distributed Systems
- Web technologies