Juan Luis Fernandez-Martinez, Ph.D.

Genomics Collaborator


Dr. Fernàndez-Martìnez acts as a consultant for the analysis of genomic data, machine learning, and optimization. Dr. Fernàndez-Martìnez received his Ph.D. in mining engineering from the University of Oviedo (Spain) in 1994, and was previously trained as a petroleum engineer in France (Ècole Nationale du Pètrole et des Moteurs, Paris, 1988) and England (Imperial College, Royal School of Mines, London, 1989). After years of working as a computing software engineer in France, he joined the Mathematics Department of Oviedo University in 1994 and has since held the position as a professor in applied mathematics. During 2008-2010 he was a visiting and research professor at UC Berkeley-Lawrence Berkeley Laboratories and Stanford University. His areas of expertise include inverse problems, uncertainty analysis of very complex systems, feature selection and model reduction techniques, cooperative global optimization methods, with application in oil and gas, biometry, biomedicine and finance. In the area of biomedicine