Diego Fernando Lizondo

PhD Researcher

Short Bio

Diego Lizondo received his degree in Systems Information Engineering at the Facultad Regional Tucumán, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional in 2011. He became a member of the GITIA in April 2010. Recently, he received a Ph.D. degree in Information Systems Engineering. His main research interests are Multi-Agent Systems, Artificial Immune Systems, Smart Grids and Energy Optimization Techniques.

Research Interests

  • Smart Grids Systems
  • MultiAgent Systems
  • Artificial Immune Systems
  • Energy Optimization
  • Modelling of Complex Systems
  • Simulation

Research Activities

  • Researcher - Grupo de Investigación en Tecnologías Informáticas Avanzadas, Facultad Regional de Tucumán, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Argentina

Selected Publications


An Artificial Immune Network for Distributed Demand-Side Management in Smart Grids.
By D. Lizondo, S. Rodriguez, A. Will, V. A. Jimenez and J. Gotay.
In Information Sciences, vol. 438, no. 32 - 45 2018.


Multiagent Model for Distributed Peak Shaving System with Demand-Side Management Approach.
By D. Lizondo, P. Araujo, A. Will and S. Rodriguez.
In 2017 First IEEE International Conference on Robotic Computing (IRC), pp. 352-357, 2017.

Short-Term Load Forecasting for Low Voltage Distribution Lines in Tucumán, Argentina.
By V. A. Jimenez, D. Lizondo, A. Will and S. Rodriguez.
In 5to Congreso Nacional de Ingenierı́a Informática / Sistemas de Información (CoNaIISI 2017), pp. 940-949, 2017.

Smart Grid and Demand-Side Management Review.
By D. Lizondo, V. A. Jimenez, P. Araujo, A. Will and S. Rodriguez.
In 5to Congreso Nacional de Ingenierı́a Informática / Sistemas de Información (CoNaIISI 2017), pp. 601-609, 2017.


Disposición de unidades electrónicas y procedimiento para controlar y regular el consumo de energı́a de aparatos en una red eléctrica. Nov-2016.


Análisis de Variables Temporales para la Predicción del Consumo Eléctrico.
By D. Lizondo, V. A. Jimenez, F. Villacis Postigo, A. Will and S. Rodriguez.
In Revista Técnica Energı́a, no., 11 Jan. 2015.

An approach for Organizational Design Smells identification within Multi-Agent Systems.
By P. Araujo, D. Lizondo, S. Rodriguez and V. Hilaire.
In International Workshop on Coordination, Organisation, Institutions and Norms in Multi-Agent Systems (COIN2015@IJCAI), pp. 10, 2015.

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