José Alberto Hernández completed the five-year degree in
Telecommunications Engineering at Universidad Carlos III
de Madrid (Madrid, Spain) in 2002, and the Ph.D. degree in
Computer Science at Loughborough University (Leics, United
Kingdom) in 2005. Between 2005 and 2009, he was a
postdoctoral researcher and teaching assistant at
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where he participated in a
number of both National and European research projects
concerning the modeling and performance evaluation of
communication networks, optical WDM networks and energy
efficiency in computer communications.
At present, José Alberto Hernández is a Senior Lecturer
at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, he has published more
than 80 scientific articles in well-known journals and
conference proceedings, including IEEE Network, IEEE
Communications Magazine, IEEE J. Selected Areas in
Communications, IEEE Internet Computing, etc. He has also
participated in many National and European research
projects related with his main research interestes, namely
Optical WDM Networks, IP over WDM, Metro Ethernet,
Next-Generation Optical Access networks, Energy Efficiency
in communications and Optical Transport of 5G networks.
In 2021, Dr. Hernández obtained the ANECA Accreditation
for Full Professor.
In addition, Dr. Hernández has published the book: "Probabilistic
models for computer networks: tools and solved problems"
and is preparing a new version of book "Una introducción
amable a la teoría de colas" (in Spanish),
both with Pablo