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


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.