Luis A. Trejo, Ph.D.

Luis A. Trejo, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Research Areas:

  • Machine learning
  • Data sciences
  • Big data
  • IoT
  • Internetworking

Luis A. Trejo is an associate research professor at the Information Technology and Computer Science Department of Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Estado de México (ITESM CEM), Mexico. He obtained the master in science in computer science in 1989 at the CINVESTAV from Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico, and the Ph.D. in computer science (Parallel Processing) in 1993 at the Université Claude-Bernard de Lyon, France. His topics of interest are internetworking, internet of things, information security, intrusion detection and prevention systems, big data and parallel processing. Dr. Trejo is currently a member of the research group in network security at the ITESM CEM. He has more than 35 national and international publications and several industry certifications. He has been invited as a speaker in more than 40 fora. He is a member of the National Research System in Mexico, level I, since January of 2015.

Dr. Trejo is a CCNP/CCNA/CCAI instructor of the Cisco Networking Academy Program. He leads the Cisco Training Center in CCNA Security for Mexico and Latin America. He also led CUDI’s (University Consortium for Internet 2 Development) Grid and High-Performance Computing community from 2007 to 2013. Currently, Dr. Trejo is responsible of the ELISA Project ( that aims to increase in a significant way the possibility that a person can be quickly located and assisted in case of an emergency, such as kidnapping, automobile accident or health crisis. ELISA is a system based on mobile devices, and a network of micro-sensors which automatically (or manually) generates an alarm signal in case of imminent risk. ELISA received a grant from CUDI-CONACYT.

Researcher ID C-3943-2016. Scopus Author ID: 15124174500.





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