Juan Manuel Carrillo de Gea

Juan Manuel Carrillo de Gea

Assistant Professor

Room 2.07
Department of Informatics and Systems
Faculty of Computer Science
University of Murcia
Campus Universitario de Espinardo
30100 Murcia (Spain)

Phone: +34 868 88 46 06

Mobile: +34 625 91 85 58

Fax: +34 868 88 41 51

About me

I am a member of the Software Engineering Research Group of the Faculty of Computer Science at the University of Murcia (Spain), led by Dr. Ambrosio Toval. I currently work there as an assistant professor at the Department of Informatics and Systems.

I hold a PhD in Software Engineering, a five-year BSc in Computer Science and an one-year MSc in Industrial Informatics from the University of Murcia. I also have a three-year BSc in Nursing from the same university.

My main research interests currently lie in the areas of requirements engineering, requirements reuse, global software engineering, requirements management tools and empirical software engineering. I have also been involved in other research lines, such as e-learning, e-health, e-archaeology, computer-based nursing learning and medical image processing.

I am co-author of several scientific papers published both in national and international conferences and journals. I have participated in technology transfer research contracts and regional, national and international research projects.

I was awarded scholarships from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and the Mediterranean Office for Youth (MOY) that made it possible for me to carry out research stays at the University of Stuttgart (Stuttgart, Germany) and the Mohammed V University (Rabat, Morocco).

I have also completed numerous training courses on various topics such as agile project management, continuous process improvement, management of software development outsourcing, etc.

I am married and I have three sons. My beautiful family occupies most of my spare time, but apart from this, some of my main hobbies and interests are reading books and newspapers, watching sports, playing video games, walking, listening to music and photography.