Technion, Haifa 32000, Israel
E-mail: dsainz at cs.technion.ac.il
Office: Taub 413
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I am a PhD. student in Computer Science in the computer science department at the Technion Israel Institute of Technology, supervised by Roy Friedman. My research areas are distributed computing and mobile Ad-Hoc networks.
I received my MS in the University of the Basque Country, working on distributed computing and context-aware systems. I have worked in the past in several Spanish companies, such as Telefonica Research and the Univesity of Deusto, as a software developer and software architect.
I was born here, in the Basque Country, in the city that claims to be the center of the world. We say so, whatever the rest of the world thinks really doesn't matter to us, of course. Lately it has been made famous thanks to the Guggenhaim museum of modern art (of course Bilbao was fine before the museum, but we wanted to add a small detail to the city center)
For those of you who don't know where the center of the world is located, here is some help:
Not as unknown as Bilbao, and much better weather. Famous for being the most cosmopolitan city in Spain, for Gaudi, for its nightlife and for being the host of one of the most successful football teams. Personally, what I like the most is its perect balance between big city and small town. Without a doubt my favorite city in the country.
The cosmopolitan face of Israel. City of busy boulevards and dog owners. Open 24 hours and packed with terraces and good food, the vibe of this city is something unique. It has a clear hedonistic atmosphere, and its citizens quickly jump to a terrace to eat out the minute they have leisure time. The sunny weather 90% of the year helps too.