Computer Science VIII:
Department of Computer Science, Room 01.017 (Building M1)
Julius Maximilians Universität Würzburg
Am Hubland D-97074 Würzburg
Borja García Fernández studied Physics specialized in Solid state at the Science and Technology Faculty in Leioa (Spain) and graduated in 2010. During his last year of University he worked as a telecommunications engineer in Robotiker-TECNALIA, a technological center of ICTs in Zamudio (Spain), on "Optimizing the virtualization of the wireless environment through TDMA scheduler with a WRR scheme by adaptive algorithm" program framed in the European Project 4AWARD.
After he had finished his studies in Physics, he added a master-study in Space Science and Technology. He worked on his master project as a researcher of new materials in Inasmet-Tecnalia, a R&D center of materials in San Sebastian (Spain), with models of nano-composites within the European FP7 project "Radiation Shielding of Space Composite Enclosures (SIDER)".
In September 2013 Mr. García joined the research team of Prof. Hakan Kayal at University of Würzburg as a research staff and teacher.
|08/2015||B||Implementierung und Test von Algorithmen zur Erkennung von Unregelmäßigkeiten in den Bilddaten von Meteosat Wettersatelliten||Peter Kettig|
|04/2016||B||Immersive Interaktion mit einer virtuellen Erdkugel mit Darstellung meteorologischer Daten||Daniel Rapp|
Wojtkowiak, H., Balagurin, O., Fellinger, G., Fischer, W., Garcia Fernandez, B., Kayal, H.: ASAP: Autonomous onboard mission planning. 65th International Astronautical Congress. International Astronautical Federation (2014).