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Jesus Cerquides

  • Tenured Researcher
  • Tenured Researcher
  • IIIA-CSIC
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Research interests

Distributed constraint optimizationMultiagent systemsBayesian learning Probabilistic Graphical ModelsMachine Learning

About

Jesús Cerquides is a tenured scientist at the Artificial Intelligence Research Institute (IIIA) of the Spanish Council for Scientific Research where he works in the Department of Learning Systems. He is actively conducting research in the areas of probabilistic graphical models and multi-agent systems. More specifically he is working in: * Bayesian learning of Bayesian network classifiers, where he collaborates with the group of Prof. Webb, Monash University, Australia. * Probabilistic approaches for phylogenetic footprinting, where he collaborates with Prof. Grosse, University of Halle, Germany. * Collaborative multiagent systems (coalition structure generation, supply chain formation, auctions, optimization), where he collaborates with Prof. Farinelli, University of Verona, Italy, Prof. Ramchurn, University of Southampton, UK and Prof. Rodriguez, IIIA-CSIC, Spain. Formerly he was associate professor in the University of Barcelona, where he founded the Volume Visualization and Artificial Intelligence Research Group. Prior to that he was head of iSOCOLab, Chief Technology Officer, co-founder and member of the board at Intelligent Software Components and Associate Director at UBS IT Research Lab. He obtained his MSc in Informatics (1995) and was awarded as the best 1995 degree level student in Computer Science in Spain. He got his PhD in Artificial Intelligence (2003) from Technical University of Catalonia. Prof. Cerquides has lead several industrial research projects and participated in many academic research projects in the areas of machine learning and multi-agent systems. He is actively publishing in the main conferences and journals in these areas. He has served in the program committee of several first level conferences such as ECML or AAMAS and workshops such as PGM, AMEC and GTDT. He has reviewed papers for the most relevant artificial intelligence journals. He has acted as reviewer for Spanish and Czech research programmes. He actively collaborates with the next Einstein Initiative by teaching regularly at the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences to help in the scientific development of African students.

Co-authors (138)

Publications (92)

A data-aware multiworkflow scheduler for clusters onworkflowsim

  • Acevedo C
  • Hernández P
  • Espinosa A
COMPLEXIS 2017 - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Complexity, Future Information Systems and Risk (2017)
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A resource manager for maximizing the performance of bioinformatics workflows in shared clusters

  • Badosa F
  • Acevedo C
  • Espinosa A
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics) (2017)
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Mining urban events from the tweet stream through a probabilistic mixture model

  • Capdevila J
  • Cerquides J
  • Torres J
Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery (2017)
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Neural networks for B2C e-commerce analysis: Some elements of best practice

  • Vellido A
  • Cerquides J
ICEIS 2002 - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (2002)
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Knowledge-based automatic performance analysis of parallel programs

  • Espinosa A
  • Margalef T
  • Luque E
Advances in Parallel Computing (1998)
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Professional experience

Tenured Researcher

IIIA-CSIC

March 2010 - Present

Assistant Professor

University of Barcelona

January 2003 - January 2010(7 years)

Education history

Degree of Mathemathics

Autonomous University of Barcelona

September 2007 - July 2011(4 years)

Phd in Artificial Intelligence

Barcelona School of Informatics (UPC)

September 1995 - December 2003(8 years)

Degree in Computer Science

Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) Barcelona (Spain)

September 1990 - September 1995(5 years)