He obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Open University of Catalonia (UOC), Spain. He also holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya-BarcelonaTech (UPC), Spain. Since 1998, he has worked as a lecturer in the Computing, Multimedia and Telecommunication Studies Department at the UOC, where he has been the director of the Computer Engineering degree course since 2001 and the dean since 2013. His line of research focuses on exploratory and application technology in the field of ICTs. He has participated in wireless, free software and virtual learning environment projects, and is also a member of the Mobility, Multimedia and Multidevice innovation group (mUOC) and of the Cryptography and Information Security for Open Networks (KISON) research group. He is currently the Dean of the Computing, Multimedia and Telecommunication Studies (UOC).
Dr. Josep Prieto will be involved in UOC tasks within the WP5, WP6 and WP9. These WP are centered in the design and the integration of the TeSLA system from a technical point of view. He will also be actively involved in the dissemination and explotaition WP.
The consortium looks at the separation of concerns and roles between administrative/management and technical activities as a significant benefit to ensure the optimal results of the project. The Technical Manager (TM) has the overall technical responsibility for the technological aspects of the project and provides support to the CM as far as technical management is concerned. The TM must at all times be fully informed of the current status of the project. He/She is responsible for the long-term strategy, the choice of technique and technologies, the results and quality. The TM is provided with a progress report every six months by each WPL. The TM will submit to the Management Committee a report at each MC meeting, describing the status of the technical work, including work progress, resources consumed, current goals, future work and other relevant information.
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