Expert of the Month: Dr. Juan Iglesias
Dr. Juan Raymundo Iglesias is an associate professor and department chair of Computer Science and Information Systems at The University of Texas at Brownsville. He is a class specialist in several fields including Algorithm Analysis, Database Management Systems, Operating Systems, Program Languages and Data Mining, but his true passion is the field of Human-Computer Interactions. Iglesias was born in Mexico City, Mexico. He earned a Bachelor's and Master's in Computer Science from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México [the National Autonomous University of Mexico] in Mexico City, and later received his doctorate from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico. In 2011, Iglesias was awarded one of 55 worldwide 2010 IBM Faculty Awards. The IBM Faculty Award was given to 55 recipients at 47 universities in 15 countries. The award was for $40,000 and paid for a nVidia Quadro Plex D visualization server that operates on 960 central processing units and a wall mounted high definition interactive touch screen system measuring 26 feet long and 12 feet high currently installed in Room 1.508, a computer science laboratory, in the Science, Engineering and Technology Building. Iglesias has taught at several institutions including Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, New Mexico State University, Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, and at Tecnológico de Monterrey [Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education] in Monterrey, Mexico. He has also served as Associate Director of the Federal Institute for Elections in Mexico City.
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