The following is a list of projects that I have worked on since I began my research career.
Development of a management system for the PCyTI graduate programI am currently working with a team of undegraduate students in the development of a management system of our information technologies and sciences graduate program. The system is being developed using Scrum and a variety of technologies.
Improving architectural competences in a software development companyI have been working since 2009 on an applied research project in collaboration with Quarksoft, a CMMi level 5 software development company. This project has focused on deploying architecture development methods in the organization processes. Architecture development methods have been adapted both for the development and the presales processes.
Two presentations of this project have been made a the SATURN conference:
Development of an FCAPS systemIn this project, which took place in an industrial context (from 2006 to 2008), I experimented the use of open source tools and a particular configuration of RUP to support the development of a network management application by a small team of developers.
A paper was published about the project:
MDA Tool for the development of service-oriented component-based applicationsThis project, which took place in 2006, was realized in collaboration with Didier Donsez from the Adele team at LSR and was sponsored by the Laboratorio Franco Mexicano de Informática (LAFMI). In this project, a tool to model and build components following an MDA approach was built. The tool was used to model Service Binder and Wire Admin components. Two students participated: Nestor Riba (Mexico) and Lionel Touseau (France). Nestor was my first graduated Master's student and we wrote together a paper about his work:
Construction of an Eclipse-Based Lung Sounds Analysis Tool for Biomedical ResearchThis project (a.k.a "Sonidos Respiratorios"), took place in 2005 in collaboration with digital signal and image processing researchers from the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Iztapalapa. Its goal was to create an application to perform acquisition, analysis and study of lung sounds data on top of the Eclipse platform. Several students participated in this project.
The project received funding from IBM (eclipse innovation grant 2005) and a paper was published about the architecture of the system: