Francisco Ortin

University of Oviedo

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A summary of my curriculum vitae

BSc in Computer Science from the University of Oviedo (1994).

Best BSc academic record award received, funded by IBM (1995).

MS in Computer Engineer from the Polytechnic School of Engineering of Gijon (1996).

Worked in Computer Science departments of the Cajastur and Banco Herrero banks (1996).

Worked in the Spanish Ministry of Defense, in its Computer Science department (1997).

Assistant Lecturer of the Computer Science Department of the University of Oviedo, since January 1998.

PhD in Computer Science with the thesis A Flexible Programming Computational System developed over a Non-Restrictive Reflective Abstract Machine (2002).

Assistant Professor position at the Computer Science Department of the University of Oviedo (2002).

Best PhD thesis of the Computer Science Department in 2002/2003 award received (2003).

Microsoft Research SSCLI RFP award received to develop the project Extending Rotor with Structural Reflection to support Reflective Languages (2004).

Obtained the public National Competitive Examination to become part of the Government Lecturer Corps in the area of Computing Systems and Languages (2004).

Six research years (1998-2003) accredited by the Commission for the Evaluation of Research Activity, CENAI (2005).

Microsoft Research Phoenix and SSCLI, Compilation and Managed Execution Request for Proposals award received to develop the project Extending Dynamic features of the SSCLI (2006).

Tenure Position obtained as an Associate Professor (2006).

Positive evaluation of the research project Improving Performance and Robustness of Dynamic Languages to develop Efficient, Scalable and Reliable Software, funded by the Spanish Department of Science and Innovation (from 2009 to 2011).

Six research years (2004-2009) accredited by the Commission for the Evaluation of Research Activity, CENAI (2010).

Research internship from August 18 to September 28 in the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences of the Liverpool John Moores University, UK (2008).

Positive evaluation of the Computational Reflection research group by the National Evaluation and Foresight Agency (ANEP). The Computational Reflection research group is recognized as an official research group of the University of Oviedo (2011).

Research internship from May 23 to July 6 in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering of the University of South Florida, USA (2011).

Positive evaluation of the research project Obtaining Adaptable, Robust and Efficient Software by including Structural Reflection to Statically Typed Programming Languages, funded by the Spanish Department of Science and Innovation (from 2012 to 2014).

National competitive certification to become part of the Government Full Professor Corps in the area of Computing Systems and Languages (2014).

Grant received from the Principality of Asturias aimed at funding the research activities of the Computational Reflection research group.

Six research years (2010-2015) accredited by the Commission for the Evaluation of Research Activity, CENAI (2016).

Adjunct Lecturer of the Computer Science Department of the Cork Institute of Technology (2016-2017).

Full Professor position at the Computer Science Department of the University of Oviedo (2018).