1 tomas laurenzo curriculum vitae Tomás Laurenzo Coronel ext (cell) (fax) Herrera y Reissig 565, piso , Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay. Summary Tomás Laurenzo is an artist, designer, researcher and computer engineer, born and based in Montevideo, Uruguay. He works as Associate Professor (full-time, tenured) at the Computer Science dept. of Universidad de la República (UDELAR, University of the Republic of Uruguay), as Research Associate of the Psychology School, as a Visiting Professor at the Architecture School of UDELAR, and independently. He is also Research Fellow at Microsoft Research. He holds a Masters of Science, a Computer Engineer degree and a Bachelor in Computer Science degree; his Masters thesis titled New media art has been considered a pioneering work in Uruguay. He is PhD candidate, advised by Dr. Franco Robledo (UDELAR) and Dr. Álvaro Cassinelli (University of Tokyo). Since 2001 he works for UDELAR, where he is Head of the Engineering School s Medialab (Laboratorio de Medios), and leads the areas of New Media Art and Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). He has performed academic activities at other local and international institutions: as Guest Researcher at Brunel University West London, Visiting Scholar at Carnegie Mellon University, invited professor at the ALFA academic network of the European Union, Invited Lecturer at ORT and IUAS Uruguayan Universities, and Research Intern at Microsoft Research and at the INRIA Institute of France. He has publications in the areas of New media art, HCI, Software Engineering and Mobile Robotics; his artworks and performances have been shown and awarded both locally and internationally. He also has a rich experience in the private sector, working or having worked for more than twenty companies and institutions from Uruguay, Brazil, Germany, Spain, Mexico and USA, in the areas of HCI, Web Development, Web design and Software Development. Research interests: new media art, aesthetics, live cinema, digital lutherie, music, interaction design, art, and design.
2 Current affiliation Associate Professor. Full-time, tenured. Computer Science Department, Engineering School, University of the Republic of Uruguay (UDELAR). Instituto de Computación, Facultad de Ingeniería, Universidad de la República. Research Fellow. Microsoft Research. Active Researcher. National System of Research, artistic area. National Agency of Innovation and Research (ANII, Agencia Nacional de Innovación e Investigación). Uruguay. Associate Researcher. Center for Basic Research in Psychology, School of Psychology, UDELAR. Visiting Professor. Laboratory of Visualization (vidialab), School of Architecture, UDELAR. Education! PhD candidate, Doctor in Computer Science. Thesis director: Dr. Álvaro Cassinelli, University of Tokyo, Japan. Academic director: Dr. Franco Robledo, UDELAR. Research areas: new media art, interactive art, live cinema, digital lutherie, humancomputer interaction. Expected graduation date: 2012.! MSc, Master in Computer Science Thesis director: Dr. Sergi Jordà, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. Academic director: Dr. Eduardo Grampín, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR. Thesis title: New media art, Passed with Distinction.! Computer Engineer. 2003, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR. Degree thesis, Art and Technology (one year long project) directed by Dr. Etienne Delacroix, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, U.S.A. and Dr. Gregory Randall, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR.! Bachelor in Computer Science. 2001, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR. Postgraduate courses taken: Cognitive Psychology. Prof. Alejandro Mache, PhD., Psychology School, UDELAR, 2010 First Intl. School on Methodologies and Tools for Human-computer Interaction, jointly organized by Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, and the United Nations University, Courses: HCI Design Methods in Semiotic Engineering, Simone Diniz, Ph.D., Methodologies for the Formal Analysis if HCI, Antonio Cerone, Ph.D., Model-based Approaches for the Design of Safety Critical Interactive Systems, Philippe Palanque, Ph.D. Computational Gestalt Theory. Prof. Andrés Almansa, Ph.D. Inco, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR, Introduction to programming for graphical design. Prof. Juan José Cabezas, Ph.D., Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR
3 Psychophysics as an introduction to Cognitive Sciences. Prof. Leonel Gómez, PhD and Alejandro Maiche, PhD. (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). PEDECIBA Biología, School of Science, UDELAR, Pattern Recognition. Enrique Ferreira, PhD, Alicia Fernández, Eng. Dept. of Electric Engineering, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR Winter School on Semantics and Applications, organized by: CLEI, INCO, INRIA among others Courses: Computational semantics, Abstract interpretation and static analysis, Type systems, Modal and temporal logics, Mobility, Language-based security, Formal verification techniques for JavaCard and Cryptographic protocols. Visions of subjectivity, a historical construction. Prof. Gabriel Galli, School of Communication Sciences, UDELAR Interactive Objects. Peter Vogel (German artist), Goethe Institute Security policies over the network. Leane Margarida Rockenbach Tarouco, PhD, UFRGS, Porto Alleger, Brazil Algebraic Graph Theory. Eduardo Canale, PhD, Dept. of Mathematics, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR s Courses on education for university teachers Group dynamics, Lic. Alicia García Dalmás, Dept. of Education, School of Architecture, UDELAR, Communication in the university classroom, Lic. Alicia García Dalmás, Dept. of Education, Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR, Evaluation of learning via internet. Leane Margarida Rockenbach Tarouco, PhD, Universidad Federal de Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Porto Alegre, Brazil Internet as a didactic resource. Leane Margarida Rockenbach Tarouco, PhD, UFRGS, Porto Alegre, Brazil Publications (those marked with an asterisk are written in Spanish; here, the translated titles are shown).! G. Armagno, A. Martín, T. Laurenzo. NEXO: New interaction modes for the XO. 1 st conference on Appropriation and Development. Flor de Ceibo, Montevideo, Uruguay, *! B. Azzinnari, G.Caldeiro, P. Bounous, T. Laurenzo. A new iteration of YARMI AES Latin American Congress of Audio Engineering, AES LAC 2011, Montevideo, Uruguay, *! T. Laurenzo. Nibia and the ludic component. International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA 2011, Istanbul, Turkey, 2011.! T. Laurenzo, G. Armagno. Enabling Stories. International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA 2011, Istanbul, Turkey, 2011.! M. Payssé, P. Latorre, F. Serón, T. Laurenzo, A. Bonfiglio, J. Portillo, F. García. The Calera Project, a case study of an integral use of Augmented Reality in an archaeological site. Journal of Cultural Heritage, London, United Kingdom, (ISSN: )! T. Laurenzo, G. Armagno. Accesibility and Education. IV Forum on Innovation on Higher education. UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2010.
4 ! G. Armagno, M. Bonilla, S. Marichal, T. Laurenzo. Designing interfaces for children with motor impairments: An ethnographic approach. XXIX International Conference of the Chilean Computer Society, SCCC 2010, Santiago de Chile, Chile.! M. Payssé, A. Bonfiglio, F. Serón, P. Latorre, T. Laurenzo. Virtual reconstruction of the Estancia Jesuítica de Belén (Calera de las Huérfanas), stage 2. XIV Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, 2010, Bogotá, Colombia. *! M. Payssé, A. Bonfiglio, F. Serón, P. Latorre, T. Laurenzo. The Calera Project, a case study of an integral use of Augmented Reality in an archaeological site. 9 th conference on Research in the School of Architecture, 2010 Montevideo, Uruguay. *! R. Dannenberg, T. Laurenzo. Critical Point: A composition for cello and computer. CHI 2010: Media Showcase. Atlanta, GA, USA.! T. Laurenzo, New Media Art and Digital Inclusion in Uruguay. Portal Uruguay Cultural, *! N. Acerenza, A. Coppes, G. Mesa, A. Viera, E. Fernández, T. Laurenzo, D. Vallespir; A methodology for videogame development, extended version. PEDECIBA Technical Report 2009 (RT 13-09), PEDECIBA, UDELAR, Montevideo, Uruguay. *! N. Acerenza, A. Coppes, G. Mesa, A. Viera, E. Fernández, T. Laurenzo, D. Vallespir; A methodology for videogame development; XII Brazilian Symposium on Programming Languages, SBLP 2009, Fortaleza, Brazil. *! E. Fernández, T. Laurenzo, A. Filipina. SVTI y TVTI: courses on interactive technologies and videogames. International Conference on Education in Uruguay,, CISEU Montevideo, Uruguay. *! T. Laurenzo, Ribbons: A live cinema instrument. International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA 2009, Belfast, Ireland, 2009.! T. Laurenzo, E. Rodríguez, J. Castro, YARMI: an augmented reality musical instrument. New Interfaces for Musical Expression, NIME 09. Philadelphia, USA.! T. Laurenzo, E. Rodríguez, Puzzling. IV Iberia-American Symposium on Computer Graphics, SIACG 2009, Isla Margarita, Venezuela.! A. Filippini, G. Acosta, J. Filippini, E. Fernández, T. Laurenzo. FingER: Strategies on the design of a 3D real time engine. IV Symposium Iberoamericano de Computación Gráfica, SIACG2009. Isla Margarita, Venezuela.! T. Laurenzo, HCI practices in new media art. IX Congreso Internacional de Interacción Persona - Ordenador. Interacción 2008, Albacete, Spain, 2008.! T. Laurenzo, Low cost digital lutherie. International Symposium on Electronic Art, ISEA 2008, Singapore, Singapore, 2008.! T. Laurenzo, Some works on new media art. JIIO 08 - INCO, Montevideo, Uruguay, *! T. Laurenzo, New Media Art and Digital Inclusion in Uruguay. International Congress on Art and New Technologies. Organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art of Sao Paulo and the Sao Paulo University, Sao Paulo, Brazil *! T. Laurenzo, G. Facciolo, A. Almansa. Towards a psychophysical validation of Helmholtz' Principle. Symposium "Representation of reality by brain and machines; crossed views from neurosciences and computer vision", Montevideo, Uruguay
5 ! T. Laurenzo, G. Facciolo. A tool for robot soccer strategies analysis. WCAFR2004: Workshop in Artificial Intelligence applied to Mobile Robotics, Tandil, Argentina, *! E. Fernández, M. Giorgi, T. Laurenzo. VIEG: a graph-based tool for visualization of structured information. V Human Computer Interaction Congress, Lleida, Spain *! T. Laurenzo. Art at INCO? JIIO 03 - INCO, Montevideo, Uruguay, *! M. Giorgi, T. Laurenzo. Tools and algorithms for graphs visualization. JIIO 03 INCO, Montevideo, Uruguay *! N. Calero, P. Garbusi, T. Laurenzo, G. Tejera. AI and robotics at INCO. JIIO 03 INCO, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2003! T. Laurenzo. Degree thesis: Art and Technology. First Congress of Education for Engineering, Montevideo, Uruguay *! G. Abal, S. Kahan, T. Laurenzo, R. Fiorelli. Incorporation of new interactive methodologies in the education of the Physics for Engineering. XXX Brazilian Conference of Education in Engineering. Piracicaba, Brazil, * Research At Universidad de La República (UDELAR): Head of the Medialab (Laboratorio de medios) of the Engineering School. Co-lead of the new media art, HCI and computer graphics areas. MINA group. Fellow member. Working in mobile robotics applied to new media art. At the School of Psychology. Associate Researcher at Research on Basic Psychology Center. Responsible for the project NEXO, working on cognitive stimulation of children with motor impairment, 2010 present. At the School of Fine Arts, Research project Virtual scenery. Researcher present. At the School of Architecture, Visiting Professor at the Laboratory of advanced visualization, 2010 present. At Brunel University, London, UK. Guest Researcher. School of Engineering and Design. Worked on the installation Intangible Tracker At Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Pittsburgh, PA, USA. Visiting Scholar, worked on the Critical Point performance At Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique, INRIA, France. Research Intern at the ECOO Group (with a scholarship from the French government). Worked on a graphical interface for specification and manipulation of Composite Web Services
6 Teaching At Facultad de Ingeniería, UDELAR: Videogames and Interactive Technologies. Co-creator and co-lead of the course (with Prof. Eduardo Fernández), Advanced Web applications. Co-creator and co-lead of the course (with Prof. Eduardo Fernández) Advanced Computer Graphics. Co-creator and co-lead of the course (with Prof. Eduardo Fernández) present. Workshop on Computer Graphics. Co-creator and co-lead of the course (with Prof. Eduardo Fernández) Human-Computer Interaction. Lead of the course 2010 present. Co-lead of the course with Eduardo Fernández Assistant Teacher to Prof. Eduardo Fernández Computer Languages Theory. Assistant Teacher to Prof. Juan Prada I have directed or co-directed the following degree theses (full one year projects) of the Computer Engineer program: Visualization of hierarchical information, Development of a HCI application based on image recognition, A 3D engine for real-time graphics, Design and implementation of a sound editor, Trifulca: A 3D networked videogame, A open ODF-based web-based office suite, Design and construction of a Multi-Touch Table, Software models for videogames, and Gestural Human-Computer Interaction., Perceptual user interfaces for children, Implementation of YARMI, and Projections on irregular surfaces, Video mapping and tangible interaction (last two ongoing). At Brunel University, London UK. Guest Lecturer at School of Engineering and Design. Taught several classes on HCI, New Media Art and Software Engineerin for 1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd level and Master Students. At ALFA TGAME (Teaching Games And MultimEdia) Project of the European Union. Technical concepts of computer graphics for the International seminar in digital video and digital audio and their professional an academic applications At UAS University, Uruguay. J2EE workshop. Assistant Teacher Theory of computation I. Co-lead of the course I also directed the degree thesis Rapid Prototyping of 3D games using Python At ORT university, Uruguay. Languages and Compilers. Co-lead of the course
7 Invited talks, workshops and seminars Mentoring within Cable a tierra - Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo. Together with Brian Mackern and Daniel Argente, we selected and mentored three groups of artists who developed and shown new media art pieces. The pieces were shown in the museum. Montevideo, January to November, The Laboratorio de Medios and the Nexo project. Meeting of Education Experience Sharing, School of Engineering, UDELAR. Montevideo, Uruguay, Dorkbot Paris. La Cantine par Silicon Sentier, Paris, France, Design and interaction. Hyper Island. Stockholm, Sweden, Interaction Design: Theory and Prospective. School of Design, 2011; School of Fine Arts, UDELAR, Montevideo. Interaction design and Architecture. School of Architecture, UDELAR, New media art in the Engineering School. Conference El Faro 2010, Montevideo, Uruguay, New media art, Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo, Montevideo, Nibia and Hierba. Dorkbot.mvd. Subte Municipal Museum, Montevideo, Art and informatics. School of Engineering. Talk for prospective students, Montevideo, Critical Point. JIIO 2009, Montevideo Interaction Design: Theory and Prospective. ORT University, Montevideo, Interaction Design: Theory and Prospective. School of Design, UDELAR, Montevideo, New trends in Interaction Design at World Usability Day, Montevideo, New media art in Uruguay. Medialab Prado, Madrid, Spain Processing.inc. talk and performance at Dorkbot.mvd. Subte Municipal Museum, Montevideo, New media art. Workshop at InfoART (IPA), Montevideo, code+art. Seminar at the National Museum of Visual Arts, Montevideo, Interaction Design. Invited talk at the Industrial Design Centre, Montevideo, Music and Interaction. Invited talk at the School of Music of UDELAR, Montevideo, Escala s website. Invited talk for the Asociación de Universidades Grupo Montevideo (AUGM). Santa Fe, Argentina
8 Events organized Uruguayan Workshop on Mobile Robotics. Co-creator and lead. UDELAR, 2005 present, yearly. Symposium Internet and mobile telephony, technical bases and social impact. Co-organized with SUPCYT, Montevideo, Uruguay, Physical Computing. Co-organizer of a workshop on physical computing with Dr. Alvaro Cassinelli. School of Fine Arts, UDELAR, Uruguayan Championship of Robot Sumo. Co-creator. Organizer. UDELAR Reviewing activity and participation in tribunals Reviewer for III Iberoamerican Congress on Virtual Education Quality and Accesibility, CAFVIR 2012, Alcalá de Henares, Spain, Reviewer for the Latin American Conference of the Audio Engineering Society, 2011, Montevideo, Uruguay. Reviewer for the Behaviour and Information Technology Journal, ISSN: X, London, UK, Reviewer for the Conferencia Latinoamericana de Informática (Latin-American Conference on Computer Science), CLEI 2008, Santa Fe, Argentina. Member of the Selecting Tribunal for the following Calls: Assistant Professor of the Laboratorio de Medios, UDELAR, Assistant Teacher of the Laboratorio de Medios, UDELAR, Assistant Professor of the Computer Science Department, Eng. School. UDELAR and Assistant Teacher of the Computer Science Department, Eng. School. UDELAR and Member of the Evaluation Tribunal for the following final projects of the Computer Engineering Career at UDELAR: Design Collaboration. Student A. Henning Robot Soccer. Students E. Coppell and A. Castromán, Awards, scholarships and grants Microsoft Research Research Fellowship Award. The award recognizes those who represent the best and the brightest from Latin America Subte Municipal Museum, selected artist for (art piece Nibia), Montevideo, Art and Artificial Life, International Awards Production Incentives. Awarded to the project Hierba. Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, Spain Programa de fortalecimiento del equipamiento para investigación. Grant for the project Reseach on virtual scenery for education and visual arts. August, 2009 Fondo de Estímulo al Relacionamiento Académico con el Exterior CSIC, UDELAR. Grant for attendance at International Symposium on Electronic Arts - ISEA 2009, Belfast, UK.
9 Fondo de Estímulo al Relacionamiento Académico con el Exterior CSIC, UDELAR. Grant to work as Visiting Scholar at Carnegie Mellon University. School of Music and School of Computer Science (worked with with Prof. Dr. Roger Dannenberg). June, Fondo de Estímulo al Relacionamiento Académico con el Exterior CSIC, UDELAR. Grant for attendance at International Symposium on Electronic Arts - ISEA 2008, Singapore, Singapore. Fondo de Estímulo al Relacionamiento Académico con el Exterior - CSIC, UDELAR. Grant for attendance at Congresso Internacional em Artes, Novas Tecnologias e Comunicação - CIANTEC 2007, Sao Paulo, Brazil. United Nations University. Grant for attendance at 1st International School on Methodologies and Tools for Human-computer Interaction, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil French Government. Scholarship for a 6-month research internship at INRIA (research group ECOO), Workshops, congresses and seminars attended Workshop Visual programming of audio applications. By Hernán González, Centro Cultural de España. Montevideo, Uruguay, Workshop Hybridization of art. By Brazilian artist Fernando Lindote, Centro Cultural de España. Montevideo, Uruguay Conference Computer Graphics in architecture. ALPHA TGAME program of the European Union. Montevideo, Uruguay Congress infouyclei, organized by the CLEI (Centro Latinoamericano de Estudios en Informática), UDELAR, ORT, Cámara Uruguaya de Tecnologías de la Información (CUTI) and UAS. Montevideo, Uruguay First seminar of e-commerce for development. Organized by UNTAD (ONU), Antel, UDELAR, Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores and Presidencia de la República. Montevideo, Uruguay Languages English. Excellent level. Oral and written fluency. First Certificate in English (FCE), Cambridge University. Spanish. Mother tongue. Portuguese. Medium level. Can read fluently, medium written and oral skills. French. Basic level. Basic studies at secondary school; lived in France for six months. Artistic production Nedine. For Draw Don t Drown: postcard design projects to aid Thailand. Helsinki, Finland. November Net. Audiovisual performance (direction, coding, performance). Ingeniería demuestra, Montevideo, Worked with Christian Clark. Celebra, Interactive installation. (direction and coding) Museum Espacio de Arte Contemporáneo. Montevideo, Uruguay. November With Christian Clark and Pablo Gindel. Art piece commissioned by the National Government of Uruguay.
10 Son, Interactive installation. (direction and coding) National Museum of Visual Arts. Montevideo, Uruguay. November With Christian Clark and Pablo Gindel. Ilumina. Interactive art installation. Narkolepsy Festival, Grenoble France, June Worked with Marcelo Vidal (Uruguay) and Renaud Blanch (France). Co-produced by Narkolepsy. Patio. Video piece commissioned by Patio Magazine, June Worked with Christian Clark. VJing at Open Park. Uruguay s biggest electronic party. December Nibia. Interactive installation. Aragón. Interactive installation. Gallery Al pie de la muralla, Montevideo, Worked with Pablo Gindel. Nibia. Interactive installation. Museo de la Memoria, Montevideo, Subte Municipal Museum, Montevideo, Video Mapping performance. Ingeniería demuestra, Montevideo, Worked with Christian Clark. Live Cinema with Sinatras, Lindolfo, Montevideo, December, 2010 Solo performance (piece titled 10 ) and live cinema with bands Sinatras and Varsovia, Sala Zitarrosa, Montevideo, June Live Cinema with Chicas Japonesas, McCann Ericsson, Montevideo, December, 2010 Lindolfo, Montevideo, November, 2010 Lotus, Montevideo, May Sala Zabala Muniz, Montevideo, June Critical Point. Live Cinema with Roger Dannenberg, ACMC 2010, Canberra, Australia, June CHI 2010, Atlanta, Georgia, April Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, July Ribbons2.0. Live Cinema at Panoramica 2010, Buenos Aires, Argentina, February Live Cinema at Santa Tecla (Nit d empalmada), Tarragona, Spain, September Live Cinema with music band La Saga, Lindolfo, Montevideo, May Live Cinema with DJ Gavro. Performance for Uruguay s Design Cluster. Montevideo, Live Cinema with music band MUX. Several times in 2008, including performances at Museos en la noche (Uruguay s Nuit Blanche), and Movimiento. Live Cinema with music band Solar. Together with C. Kalverseihn Live cinema with music band Amelia. Content creation and performance Music video for the songs Everytime, Anything and Adios of music band Amelia Music video for the song Bombardero of music band Solar SINO. Art installation. Part of the collective exposition Sonorous art, Goethe Institut. Montevideo, Uruguay
11 Undertubis. Short film shown at the Engelmann - Ost collection. Montevideo, Uruguay I have also performed since 1999 as a guest guitarist with several local (Uruguayan) pop, rock and jazz bands. Design Interactive installations Interactive installation Energy, Commissioned by LATU. Worked with Christian Clark and Pablo Gindel. May Interative installation Calera, software design and programming, School of Architecture, UDELAR, Interactive stand commissioned by Advertising Agency GREY (design and programming) July Interactive stand commissioned by Uruguayan Government for the expo Criolla del Prado (design and programming). Worked together with design firm TOC, June Interactive stand for Pro / Casa Web Design and client-side programming Since 1999, I have worked as an independent web designer, having designed the following web sites (I have also designed some sites for courses, groups and projects of UDELAR that are not mentioned here): Movistar. Videogame for Movistar Uruguay. Commissioned by Linkteve Don Pascual. Interactive piece for Don Pascual. Commissioned by GREY Uruguay Program Escala. Association of Universities Grupo Montevideo Interactive Global Art. Design and engineering lead. Sao Paulo, Brazil Ministerio de Educación y Cultura. Won the national contest for the redesign of the web site of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Uruguay. Site development by Ministry staff. Uruguay Proyecto Educa. UDELAR and FRIDA. Uruguay Nyandu.com, OpenWebOffice.net and OpenWebOffice.org Institutional and products web sites for the now-defunct German company Nyandu Programa Escala. Association of Universities Grupo Montevideo Research group MINA (UDELAR) Hoy por Hoy. T.V. program, Uruguay OPYPA / MGAP. Government office, Uruguay ª / 5ª Jornadas Internacionales de Perspectivas Agroindustriales. Congress organized by Agrix, Hydro Agri Uruguay and OPYPA / MGAP, Uruguay. 2004, Hydro Agri Uruguay Norsk Hydro of Uruguay Àgora (Agrix & Hydro Agri Uruguay). Analysts in economics, Uruguay Grupo Bursátil Uruguayo. Investment agent, Uruguay RedSur NGO, Uruguay CIEDUR NGO, Uruguay
12 Logotype design Educa. Proyecto Educa, UDELAR MINA. Research Group SUMO uy Uruguayan Championship of Robot Sumo Open Web Office. Open source web-based office suite Ágora. Analysts in economics GoldNet, Red Iberoamericana de Correo Electrónico y Servicios. Mailing services company Imágenes y transparencias Crafts company IVIM. Instituto de Vivienda Montevideo. NGO OPYPA. Government Office Punto Sur Store Other professional experience Management Deputy member of the Engineering School s Senate. UDELAR Member of the Science School s Council. UDELAR Interactive Global Art. Brazilian startup. Design and engineering lead Nyandu Web Solutions. German startup. R&D Manager Software development Dirección Nacional de Registros (DGR, Uruguayan Government). Software designer and J2EE developer, within the national project of e-government Sabre Travel Network (US Company), Web Services Analyst I was responsible for the projects listed below, working as chief designer, project manager and many times also as developer. Most of the projects where developed in teams of two or three people. One-time passwords service for Security Advisor Administration system for the ESCALA program for the Association of Universities Grupo Montevideo (AUGM) Communications system (XML-based interoperability) for the Official Diary of the Republic of México Historical series of the Instituto de Economía (Economics Institute) for the Republic s Senate System for files filling for the department of Infantile Psychiatry of the Pereyra Rossell Hospital Database system for the Economics Institute of the School of Economics of the UDELAR Mailing system for the Banco Comercial Bank Data-analysis system for the Ministry of Cattle ranch, Agriculture and Fishing Data query system for the General Census of the Ministry of Cattle ranch, Agriculture and Fishes