Raúl Monroy Borja, Ph.D.

Raúl Monroy Borja, Ph.D.


Research Areas:

  • Machine Learning
  • Computer Security

Raúl Monroy obtained a PhD in Artificial Intelligence in 1998 from Edinburgh University, under the supervision of Prof. Alan Bundy. He has been in Computing at Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM), Campus Estado de México, since 1985. In 2010, he was promoted to (full) Professor in Computer Science. Since 1998, he is a member of the CONACYT-SNI National Research System, currently rank 2. Since 2011, he is a fellow of the Mexican Academy of Sciences. From 2006 to 2007, he was a visitor to both the University of Edinburgh and the DFKI, Saarbrücken, on his sabbatical leave.

Dr. Monroy's research focuses on the discovery of novel methods for anomaly detection in computer security; the automated use of theorem proving to formal methods of system development; the discovery an application of general search control strategies for uncovering and correcting errors in either a system or its specification; and motion planning.


Dr. Monroy has held eleven research grants from several funding agencies, including NIC – Mexico (holder), Google (holder), CONACYT (holder) -the Mexican research council-, BMBF (co-holder), DAAD, (co-holder), FRIDA (holder) and CONACyT-REDII (co-holder) and is the sole or joint author of over 50 published papers. He is programme co-chair for MICAI-2004, MICAI-2005 and MICAI 2009, and serves on the programme committee of various conferences. He has been President of the Mexican Society for Artificial Intelligence from 2010-2012, and coordinator of the CONACYT Research Network on ICT from 2012-2014.

Email: raulm@itesm.mx



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