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José A. Gámez, PhD
Associate Professor

José A. Gámez was born in Granada (Spain) in 1968.

He received his B.Sc. (1989) and M.Sc. (1991) degree in Computer Science from the University of Granada.
He got his PhD. in Computer Science in September 1998 at the Dept. of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (University of Granada). The topic of the thesis was Partial Abductive Inference in Bayesian Networks.

Since November 1991 he is a member of the Computer Systems Department (formerly Computer Sience Department) at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. Jose A. Gámez started as Assistant Professor and in July 1994 he got a permanent position as Lecturer. In December 2002 he became Associate Professor. During the period September-1998 to September-2004 he served as Vice-Dean in the Polytechnic School (EPSA).

His current research areas are in the field of Bayesian Networks, evolutionary computation and data mining. 

Research Group:     Intelligent Systems and Data Mining [link]
Department:            Computer Systems Department [link]
Research Institute: Computer Science Research Institute [link]
School/Faculty:       Polytechnic School (Computer Science Engineering + Industrial Engineering) [link]
University:               University of Castilla-La Mancha [link]