Associate Professor, Department of Computer Architecture and System Engineering
Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Dr. J. Ignacio Hidalgo, (Madrid 1968), has a graduate degree in Physics (B.S. in Physics and M.S. in Electrical Engineering), a Ph.D. in Physics (Program in Computer Science). He has about 18 years of research experience in the field of Systems Design, Evolutionary Computation Techniques and Asynchronous and Power Aware Processors. Currently, he is an Associate Professor in Computer Architecture and Technology in the Department of Computer Architecture and System Engineering at Complutense University of Madrid (Madrid, Spain). He belongs to the Group of Adaptive and Bioinspired systems (ABSYS). Over the last years, he has published papers and works on the subjects of Evolutionary Computation, Parallel Genetic Algorithms, Multi-FPGA systems design, asynchronous systems and power reduction techniques.
During the last two years his research group is focused on evolvable hardware and modeling techniques applied to medical problems. He also has reviewed articles for several International Journals and Conferences.