Senior Research Scientist, Software Competence Center Hagenberg GmbH
Part-time Lecturer and Thesis Advisor (Big Data and Cloud Computing), University of Applied Sciences of Upper Austria
Address: Software Competence Center Hagenberg, Softwarepark 21, A-4232, Hagenberg, Austria
jorge.martinez-gil [at] scch.at
Dr. Jorge Martinez-Gil (Plasencia, Spain, 1983) is a computer scientist working in the Data and Knowledge Engineering field. He got his Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Malaga (Spain) in 2010.
He has held a number of positions across some European countries: Austria (Linz), Germany (Leipzig), Spain (Extremadura and Malaga), as well as a number of research stays in Austria (Innsbruck), Germany (Bremen), and Spain (Mallorca). He currently holds a Senior Research Scientist position within the department of Data Science from the Software Competence Center Hagenberg (SCCH) in Austria where he is managing several applied and fundamental research projects. Prior joining SCCH, he held an acting professorship within the University of Extremadura at Caceres (Spain).
Dr. Martinez-Gil is currently in charge of the subject Big data and Cloud Computing within the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria at Hagenberg. In 2016, he was in charge of the subject Web Business within the University of Applied Sciences of Kufstein, in Tirol. He also supervises several Master theses. Mr. Martinez-Gil holds more than 600 hours of teaching experience in different languages and countries across the European Union (Austria, Germany, and Spain).
Dr. Martinez-Gil has worked on many national and international projects since 2006. As a result, Mr. Martinez-Gil has published more than 60 scientific publications, including 25 journal papers published in highly-ranked JCR journals like Knowledge and Information Systems, Information Systems Frontiers, Knowledge-Based Systems, Data, and Knowledge Engineering, Artificial Intelligence Review, Knowl. Engineering Review, Cognitive Systems Research, SIGMOD Record, International Journal of Intelligent Systems, Expert Systems with Applications, and so on.
Dr. Martinez-Gil is involved in the evaluation of many scientific manuscripts (+25 different academic journals and conferences), project proposals and study programs in ICT related fields. In fact, he has served as an expert for a number of funding agencies from European Commission (FP7, H2020, ERA-NET, Chist-Era), Austria, Finland, France, Belgium, Germany, Spain, Croatia, Czech Republic, Italy, Poland, Serbia, etc.
Dr. Martinez-Gil has been a technical evaluator of new books for some editorial companies. In recent times, he has also taken part as a scientific member of some startup accelerators in different european countries.
Dr. Martinez-Gil received the Award to the Best Academic Performance from the University of Extremadura in 2007 (Category: Sciences), and Honorific Scholarship from the German DAAD in 2009.