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Jose Manuel Palomares
Universidad de Cordoba
Cordoba, Spain

José Manuel Palomares received his bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD degrees in computer engineering from the University of Granada. He moved to the University of Córdoba, in 2000, and obtained an associate professor position in the Computer Engineering and Electronics Department in 2007. He continues to lecture and conduct research there today.

For the past 20 years José Manuel has taught courses on real-time systems, fault-tolerant systems, computer architecture, and various Internet of Things (IoT) subjects. He has advised more than 100 theses. Some of those works have been awarded honors by the regional government.

José Manuel’s research work touches several different areas, ranging from computer vision techniques to intelligent networking in IoT. He has authored many articles for top journals and is actively involved in the planning of an annual conference on computer architecture and technology. In 2016, he joined the cinema program as a professor of audiovisual production and editing techniques. Since then, he has been able to provide an engineering view to an artistic field. He encourages research on how technical facts impact the filmic form, including genres, directors, and film eras.

José Manuel is an IEEE Senior Member and an ACM Member. He has been enrolled in several scientific societies for more than ten years. He has been a reviewer for Computing Reviews since 2002, with 27 published reviews.


One-hop out-of-band control planes for multi-hop wireless sensor networks
Gu C., Tan R., Lou X. ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks 15(4): 1-29, 2019.  Type: Article

Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have expanded in the last decade. Sensors are deployed in an environment to control the data generated within that area, without any wiring. Data is sensed by the deployed devices (often called “motes”) ...


SOD: making smartphone smart on demand with radio interface management
Brocanelli M., Wang X. ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems 13(3): 1-24, 2019.  Type: Article

Smartphone batteries don’t last as long as they used to. Why? Applications consume a lot of energy. However, the authors show that, besides the display, which is the most power-hungry service, all tasks related to the radio i...


Simplicity is complex: foundations of cyber-physical system design
Kopetz H., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2019. 148 pp.  Type: Book (978-3-030204-10-5)

First of all, I must say that this is a very good book. However, it did not captivate me, as I expected something different based on the subtitle. The book exposes exactly what the subtitle indicates: foundations. When I proposed a rev...


Scheduling analysis of imprecise mixed-criticality real-time tasks
Liu D., Guan N., Spasic J., Chen G., Liu S., Stefanov T., Yi W. IEEE Transactions on Computers 67(7): 975-991, 2018.  Type: Article

Many systems have several criticality levels: the safety-critical level, which is a higher criticality level, including all the tasks in which a deadline failure would provoke catastrophic effects on the system or even on humans; and m...


Data-driven synchronization for Internet-of-Things systems
Bennett T., Gans N., Jafari R. ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems 16(3): 1-24, 2017.  Type: Article

Time synchronization has been an active issue for decades. Stricter timing, energy considerations, external influences, and so on have spurred new studies. Two variants can be found: synchronize the clocks of distributed devices or pro...


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