Future Internet applications: health, energy, agriculture.

Future Internet applications: health, energy, agriculture.

Moderator: Dr. Enrique Muñoz, INAOE

Jesús Palomino is the General Manager of Intel’s Guadalajara Design Center (GDC). Under his leadership GDC has grown to 1,500 engineers in the last few years. The site has also experienced a growth in roles and responsibilities in multiple functions that include research, validation, hardware and software development, system integration and more.



Enrique Cortes Rello is the Managing Director of Luxoft Mexico. Enrique is a seasoned executive with 20 years of experience of developing and managing IT companies in Mexico, Philippines, India and the UK. Enrique moved to Luxoft from Wipro Technologies, where he worked as Geo Head North Latin America region. As general manager Enrique was responsible for sales, delivery and government relationships for Mexico, Caribbean, Central America, and Colombia. Prior to Wipro Technologies Enrique worked for 14 year at Perot Systems, acquired by Dell in 2009. While at Perot/Dell, Enrique managed operations and developed business in the UK, Philippines, India and Mexico locations.




Jhonny Fausto del Castillo Guillen

Treasurer of the National Council Clusters of Software.
President of Distributors National Association of Information Technology and Communications (Queretaro).
Counselor of the ICT Cluster of Queretaro.
CEO of Grupo Sesicomp.
He is currently involved in projects involving nanotechnology in advanced materials, besides diverse projects involving the internet of things and energy efficiency.




Amado Espinosa is a respected expert on the field of Medical Informatics with academic, institutional and entrepreneurial antecedents. He is one of few MD who developed a clinic, administrative and technical carrier. After being trained as an anaesthesiologist, he got his MBA and his MCS in Mexico and then his PhD in Germany together with the specialty on Medical Informatics.





Enrique Munoz de Cote graduated in 2008 from Politecnico di Milano with a PhD in computer science. He spent two years at the University of Southampton as a postdoc, researching heterogeneous (leader-follower) game theoretic interactions, machine learning and implicit negotiations. He was an invited scholar at the RL3 lab at Rutgers university and has been awarded for his research, including a UAI best student paper and two times winner of the Lemonade Stand Game tournament organised by Yahoo! research. He is now assistant professor at INAOE (Mexico) and a member of the board of directors of the Association for Trading Agent Research (ATAR) and leads the COLD lab, which focus on intelligent systems, machine learning and human-computer interactions.