Nicolás Majorel Padilla
He has a Computer Engineer degree from Universidad Nacional de Tucumán (Argentina), granted on december 2001,
and since then he's practiced the profession in various fields: academic, government, private companies and independently.
In academics, he has teaching positions continuosly in UNT since december 2003 (actually, he's a Teaching Assistant).
Between 2003 and 2010 he was a thesis advisor of 11 students, and advisor of 4 Professional Practices between 2007 and 2010.
He's teached two extension courses, one in 2003 and one in 2008, and he is also a member of the Academic Commitee of Computer
Engineering since 2008. Referring to I+D, he was part of a team who won three National Prizes (2006, 2007 and 2008) for
developing embedded systems with Freescale microcontrollers. And from late 2010, he is a member of GITIA.
His actual research areas involves MultiAgent Systems, Embedded Systems, Computer Architecture and Robotics."
We are always interested in new challenges and looking for new motivated people to work with.
If you are interested in colaborated with us, please contact us.
GITIA was founded on 2008 in order to promote and apply recent research works on advanced technologies to different of domains.
Our main application areas cover collaborative work, decision-helping tools and distributed problem solving.