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LACCIR Short Stays Program 2011 Awards 

 

The Short Stays Program (SSP) from LACCIR has as its main goal to support the completion of Post Graduate (PhD or research oriented MSc.) dissertations in Computer Science and related fields, developed in the Latin American and Caribbean region by partially financing useful research stays in other research centers in the region. In particular, SSP provides funds to cover students’ travel expenses to visit a research center in a different country of her/his university doing relevant research work.

 

 

LACCIR is proud to announce the names of the SSP 2011 awarded students.

 

Cristian Briguez from Universidad Nacional del Sur - Argentina (Thesis Advisors: Professors Marcela Capobianco and Ana G. Maguitman), visiting Professor Ramón Brena from Tecnológico de Monterrey - Mexico

Miguel Ángel Mendoza from Universidad del Cauca - Colombia (Thesis Advisor: Professor Carolina González), visiting Professor Raul Valente Ramírez from Tecnológico de Monterrey - Mexico

Emmanuel Casas from Tecnológico de Monterrey - Mexico (Thesis Advisor: Professor Lorena Gómez), visiting Professor Kim Mallalieu from University of the West Indies - Trinidad and Tobago

Luis Javier Suárez from Universidad del Cauca - Colombia (Thesis Advisor: Professor Juan Carlos Corrales), visiting Professor José Palazzo Moreira de Oliveira from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil

Wilson Sarmiento from Universidad del Cauca - Colombia (Thesis Advisor: Professor César Collazos), visiting Professor Luciana Nedel from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil

Marta Camacho from Institución Univeristaria Colegio Mayor del Cauca - Colombia (Thesis Advisor: Professor Julio Hurtado), visiting Professor María Cecilia Bastarrica from Universidad de Chile

Nilton Obando from Universidad del Cauca - Colombia (Thesis Advisor: Professor Juan Carlos Corrales), visiting Professor Alicia Díaz from Universidad de La Plata - Argentina

 


  
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