Universidad de Málaga,
Dept. Lenguajes y Ciencias de la Computación
ETSI Informática, Campus de Teatinos.
Bulevar Louis Pasteur, 35.
29071 Málaga. SPAIN [MAP]
Antonio Vallecillo is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Málaga. His research interests include model-based software engineering (MBSE), open distributed processing (ODP) and software quality. Between 1986 and 1995 he was in the Computer Industry, working for Fujitsu and ICL. In 1996 he joined the University of Málaga, where he currently conducts research on software modeling and analysis. He is involved in several standardization activities within AENOR, ISO, ITU-T and the OMG, and has been the Spanish representative at IFIP TC2 and ISO SC7, being co-editor of ISO/IEC 19793 (UML4ODP) and of the revised version of RM-ODP (ISO/IEC 10746-2/3), and the leader of AEN/CTN 71 Working Group on Techniques for the specification of IT Systems (GT19) at AENOR. He is also a certified Technical Expert at ENAC (Entidad de Acreditación Nacional) and Assessor for the Australian Research Council (ARC). He has organized several international conferences, including ECOOP 2002, TOOLS 2010, MODELS 2013 and ECOOP 2017, has served as PC Chair for conferences such as TOOLS, ICMT, ECMFA, QoSA and ICSOC, and is in the editorial board for the Sosym and JOT journals. He has been Vice-President of Posgraduate and Doctoral studies at the University of Málaga (2012-2016), and the President of the Spanish Society on Software Engineering (SISTEDES) between 2014 and 2018. Since 2017 he coordinates the Computer Science and Information Technologies (INF) subarea of the Spanish Research Agency (AEI).
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