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Publication date:

May 14 2024

INTEC teacher named “Senior Life Member” of the IEEE

Renato R. González Disla was recognized for his various professional contributions to the global organization that brings together engineers from various branches

SANTO DOMINGO. The coordinator of the Master of Science in Data of the Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC), Renato R. González Disla, was appointed Senior Life Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), in recognition of his various professional contributions as a member of the prestigious global association.

IEEE Senior Life Member status is the highest degree of recognition by nomination and requires being an engineer, scientist, educator, technical executive, or researcher in fields designated by IEEE, demonstrating for more than 10 years a high performance, making significant contributions to the technological and scientific community at a national and international level.

Additionally, the person must be at least 65 years of age and have been a member of the IEEE for a period such that the sum of his or her age and years of membership equals or exceeds 100 years according to the IEEE Bylaws.

With the appointment, IEEE recognizes the contributions of González Disla during his professional and academic life and as a member of IEEE since 1994, as well as of the IEEE Computer Society and IEEE Computational Intelligence Society chapters, as well as for his participation in different technical committees of the organization where: Intelligent Informatics, Mathematical Foundations of Computing and Software Standards stand out.

El Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is a global association of engineers dedicated to standardization and development in technical areas. With nearly 425,000 members and volunteers in 160 countries, it is the largest international non-profit association made up of professionals in new technologies, such as electrical engineers, electronic engineers, systems engineers, computer engineers, applied mathematicians, and others. It was created in 1884 by Thomas Alva Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, Franklin Leonard Pope, among others.

González Disla has a degree in Mathematics with a mention in Statistics from the Pedro Henríquez Ureña National University (UNPHU) and a Technologist in Computer Programming and Statistics from that university, in addition, he has a Master's degree in Economic Sciences from the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM ).

His professional experience is more than 45 years in Information Technology management projects, development and consulting in software and information systems, Machine Learning, Data Science, occupying various management functions and development projects in public and private institutions. , which cover the areas of banking and finance, Social Security System, State Social Policy, Telecommunications, publishing industry, energy, education, electoral processes and airlines. He is president of Novus Paradigma, an information technology consulting company.

In the teaching field, he has been a professor of Computer Science, Software Engineering and Statistical Methods at various universities in the country and director of the School of Systems Engineering of the Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo (INTEC). He has been coordinator of the Master's Degree in Logistics Management and professor of Simulation Models and Operations Research at the PUCMM. He is a professor in the Engineering Area of ​​INTEC, and coordinates the Master's Degree in Data Sciences.