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Dr. Emilio López Cano, Statistician. Associate Professor at the University of Castilla-La Mancha (until 2020-09-14). R enthusiast and activist.
Current affiliations: Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), Ciudad Real campus. Secretary of the Institute for Regional Development of the UCLM (IDR). Researcher at the Quantitative Methods and Socio-economic development Group (MECYDES) at the Institute for Regional Development (IDR) of the UCLM. Member of the research team within the group on applied statistical and classification techniques (GITECA) of the UCLM. Research fellow at the Data Science Laboratory of URJC (DSLAB) and at the Seminar on Sustainable Economy research group (SeS) at UCLM. Collaborator professor at Rey Juan Carlos University (URJC). Member of the standardisation technical committee UNE (member of ISO) CTN 66/SC 3 (Statistical Methods). Collaborator teacher at the Asociación Española para la Calidad (AEC). President of the “Comunidad R Hispano” Association (Spanish R Users)
Previous experience: Research scientist at URJC (2011-2016). Adjunct lecturer at UCLM (2011-2016). Freelance consultant and trainer; Statistician at consultancy, retail, and construction private companies (1995-2009).
University degrees: Diploma on Statistics (1994) and Degree on applied statistics (2010) at Complutense University of Madrid. Master in Decision Systems Engineering (2011) and Doctor Europeus within the Information Systems Engineering program (2014) at Rey Juan Carlos University. Specialist in Data Analysis (2011) at UCLM.
Research lines: Energy systems modeling under uncertainty; Statistical methods for quality control and improvement.
Recent and upcoming timeline
Articles in indexed journals
Supervised PhD. Thesis in progress