Hebert Pérez-Rosés

The University of Newcastle, Australia

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After graduation from the University of Havana in 1991 I started to work as researcher/programmer at the Center for Medical Biophysics, in Santiago de Cuba. I took part in the development of the first Cuban MRI scanner: GiroImag-01. I was responsible for the signal processing and image processing modules.


From 1992 to 2006 I was at the Computer Science Dept., University of Oriente, Santiago de Cuba, with small interruptions. I taught Logic, Discrete Mathematics, and Algorithms Analysis and Design, among other undergraduate subjects.


In 2003 I completed a Ph.D. in Computational Group Theory, under the supervision of Dr. Miguel A. Borges-Trenard, and I served for a short time as vice-dean for Research and Graduate Studies of the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.

At the beginning of 2006 I moved to the Center for Neuroscience, Image and Signal Processing, at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Oriente, where I was the head of the Computer Vision Research Group until the end of 2007.

At this moment I am undertaking a second Ph.D. at the University of Newcastle, Australia, in Graph Theory, under the supervision of Prof. Mirka Miller


EDUCATION:

B.S. in Computer Science, 1991, University of Havana.
M.Sc. in Mathematics, 1996, University of Oriente.
Ph.D. in Mathematics, 2003, University of Oriente.