Félix J. García Clemente received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Murcia (Spain) in 2006. He is currently a Full Professor in the Computer Engineering and Technology Department at the same institution. His primary area of teaching is focused on computer networks, advanced network management, and cybersecurity technologies. In terms of research, he has a strong interest in computer networks, cybersecurity, Industry 4.0, and learning analytics. He has co-authored over 100 scientific publications, including journal articles and conference proceedings. Additionally, he has actively participated in various national and European research projects (12 in the last decade) related to these topics, collaborating with universities, companies, and research centers across Europe. Prof. García Clemente has supervised three PhD students and is currently advising a fourth student, all working on these areas of interest.

Prof. García Clemente has been involved in several R&D contracts with companies (21 in the last decade, including 6 CDTI-funded projects) related to advanced services such as location-based services, distributed management, and industrial automation. He has served as the principal investigator in most of these projects. As a result of these collaborations, he currently holds five patents that are being exploited. He is also a founding partner of Bleecker Technologies (also participated by the University of Murcia), a technology-based startup dedicated to the application of computer vision in industrial settings. Over the past two years, Bleecker Technologies has received numerous national and international innovation awards from public and private institutions. Notably, they were awarded the “Sello EiBT” by ANCES for their scientific innovations in computer vision applied to logistic traceability in industrial environments and the “NEOTEC program” by CDTI.

Prof. García Clemente leads the research group Mobile Computing and Artificial Vision, which consists of eight professors from various departments. He is also a project manager at the UMU Cybersecurity and Data Science Lab, a research group dedicated to high-quality research and development in the fields of cybersecurity and data science. Throughout his career, he has been a visiting scholar at the Coordination & Interaction Systems research group at the EPFL School of Engineering in Switzerland, the National Institute of Education of NTU in Singapore, and the Ginzton Lab at Stanford University in the USA.

In addition to his academic roles, Prof. García Clemente has held positions as the Director of the Technology Transfer Office of the University of Murcia and as the Vice-dean for Academic Affairs at the Faculty of Computer Science.

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