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Sunday December 17, 2017

Raul Ramirez-Velarde

Computer Science Department,
Mecatronics and Information Technology Division School of Engineering,
Tecnologico de Monterrey(http://www.itesm.mx)
Aulas VII-417 Campus Monterrey,
Tel: 52-(81)-83582000, 52-(81)-83581400 ext 4536(Subext 105),
Fax: 52-(81)-83284496,
Email: rramirez@itesm.mx
Home page: http://cs.mty.itesm.mx/profesores/rramirez/

Dr Ramirez

Research Keywords:

Performance modeling, distributed systems, multimedia networking, virtual environments,distributed collaborative work

Research Interests:

At the moment, Raul Ramirez is involved in research on modeling, analysis and design of high-performance distributed multimedia systems as part of the ITESM’s Chair on Stereoscopic Video, on modeling high-performance open service-oriented cyberinfrastructure as part of ITESM’s Chair on Information Security and the Open Computational Grid Initiative, and on research on distributed virtual environments for collaborative work as part of the E-LANE project (An @LIS EuropeAid Initiative).

Links for more information:

  • Research groups and Projects:

    He has participated in confidential research projects with IBM, HP and Google. He serves in the National Accreditation Council on Informatics and Computing (CONAIC), on the directorate board of the National Association of Information Technology Institutions (ANIEI) and is chairman of the program committee of ANIEI's International Conference on Informatics on Computing.

    Please refer to home page for more information: http://cs.mty.itesm.mx/profesores/rramirez/

  • Some Publications:
    • Refereed Journals
      1. R. Ramirez-Velarde, C. Vargas, G. Castañon and L. Martinez. “Web 2.0 and Grid 2.0 Facilitated Next Generation Collaborative Environments”. Future Generation Computer Systems (accepted for publication).
      2. Ramirez-Velarde, R. V. and Rodriguez-Dagnino, R. M. “A gamma fractal noise source model for variable bit rate video servers”. Computer Communications, Volume 27, Issue 18, 1 December 2004, Pages 1786-1798.
    • Refereed Conferences and Workshops
      1. Nia Alexandrov, Vassil Alexandrov, Raul Ramirez-Velarde. “Designing Integrated Learning Process for Web 3.0 Environments for Education”. 10th Interactive Computer-aided Learning Conference 2008, Villach, Austria, September, 2008 (accepted)
      2. Nia Alexandrov, Vassil Alexandrov, Raul Ramirez-Velarde. “Developing Interactive 3D Worlds for Education”. 10th Interactive Computer-aided Learning Conference 2008, Villach, Austria, September, 2008 (accepted)
      3. Raul V. Ramirez-Velarde, Raul Perez-Cazares and Carlos F. Pfeiffer Celaya. “Principal Component Analysis of Video Streams for Video-on-Demand Services”. XX National Conference and VI International Conference on Informatics and Computing, Chihuahua, Mexico, October, 2007. ISBN 878-970-31-0949-4.
      4. S. C. Oropeza-Hernandez, Raul V. Ramirez-Velarde and Raul Perez-Cazares. “GenMod: A Generic Architecture for Mobile Location Dependent Services”. XX National Conference and VI International Conference on Informatics and Computing, Chihuahua, Mexico, October, 2007. ISBN 878-970-31-0949-4.
      5. Nia Alexandrov and Raul Ramirez-Velarde “The Integrated Learning Process, Metacognition and Collaborative Learning”. In Proceedings of the 9th Interactive Computer-aided Learning Conference 2007, Villach, Austria, September, 2007, CD, Kassel University Press. ISBN: 3-89958-279-6.
      6. Raul Ramirez-Velarde and Vassil Alexandrov. “Web 2.0 Technologies Applied to Collaborative Learning”. In Proceedings of the 9th Interactive Computer-aided Learning Conference 2007, Villach, Austria, September, 2007, CD, Kassel University Press. ISBN: 3-89958-279-6.
      7. Saenz-Urrutia R. and Ramirez-Velarde R. “The CAEMP Methodology Applied to the Design and Implantation of an e-Health Environment”. XIX National Conference and V International Conference on Informatics and Computing, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico, October, 2006. ISBN 970-31-0751-6.
      8. Piña-Saldaña, J., Perez-Cazares, R., and Ramirez-Velarde, R. “Model Architecture for IPV4 to IPV6 Migration”. CITA 2006, Congreso Iberoamericano de Telemática, Monterrey, México, Mayo 2006. ISBN: 84-933662-6-1.
      9. Ramirez-Velarde, R. and Rodriguez-Dagnino, R. “Performance Analysis of a VBR Video Server with Gamma Distributed MPEG Data”. SPIE, ITCOM 2003, Performance and Control of Next Generation Communication, Orlando, USA, October 2003, Robert D. Van Der Mei; Frank Huebner, Editors, Vol. 5244, pp. 131-142. ISBN: 978-0819451408.


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This material is based in part upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number OISE-0730065. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. © 2007 Florida International University