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Alan Ward

  • MSc
  • Associate Professor
  • Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
  • 7PublicationsNumber of items in Alan's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 2Followers

Recent publications

  • Confidence management in FIPA environments: agent unique representation

    • Albós A
    • Ward A
  • Designing a Cryptographic Scheme for e-Surveys in Higher-education Institutions

    • Ward A
    • Castellà Roca J
    • Dorca Josa A

Professional experience

Associate Professor

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

September 2008 - Present


Escola Andorrana

September 1995 - Present


Licence en Informatique

Université de Toulouse 3 - University Paul Sabatier

June 1992 - Present

Màster en Programari Lliure

Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)


Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)

Llicenciatura en Enginyeria

Universitat d'Andorra - University of Andorra

Llicenciatura en estudis d'Àsia oriental

Universitat d'Andorra - University of Andorra


I teach Computer Science and Electronics at the Escola Andorrana School in the Principality of Andorra (, since 1995. More recently, I have been giving courses on GNU/Linux at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Open University of Catalonia, On the more academic side of things, I have had a rather varied cursus, earning degrees in - DEUG in English litterature (Université de Perpignan) - DUGES in Management (Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse III) - Master en estudis d'Àsia Oriental (UOC) - Llicenciatura en estudis d'Àsia Oriental (UOC) My main interest has always been in computer science: - Licence en Informatique (Université de Toulouse III) - Llicenciatura en Enginyeria en Informàtica Engineering (University of Andorra and UOC) - Postgrau en Telemàtica (University of Andorra) - Master in Open Source Software (UOC) My (professional) interests include: - all aspects of server administration, specially under the Linux operating system (including RedHat, Fedora and Debian). You can find several of my articles in Linux Gazette at - computer programming, mostly in Python, C and Java. - number theory, specifically as it affects data crypting. - the construction of Beowulf clusters.


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