Jose R Ortiz Ubarri

Office: A-152
Extension: 5280, 88351
Website: http://www.hpcf.upr.edu/~cheo/
Email: jose.ortiz@hpcf.upr.edu

  • Ph.D. in Computer Sciences and Engineering. University of Puerto Rico (2010)
  • B.Sc. (Hons.) in Computer Sciences . University of Puerto Rico (2002)

Research Areas

Coding Theory, Digital Watermarking, Distributed Computing, Network Monitoring, Science Education


Publications

    Articles

      Published
      • Jose R Ortiz Ubarri, Rafael A. Arce Nazario, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal, Cynthia Lucena (2016). EIP: Engaging Laboratory Experiences for the Introduction to Programming Course. To be published in Envisioning the future of undergraduate STEM education: Research and practice
      • Rafael A. Arce Nazario, Jose R Ortiz Ubarri (2011). Enumeration of Costas Arrays in FPGAs and GPUs. 2011 International Conference on ReConFigurable Computing and FPGAs
        http://www.reconfig.org/
      • Oscar Moreno, Jose R Ortiz Ubarri (2010). Group Permutable Constant Weight Codes. To be published in IEEE Proc Information Theory Workshop
      • O. Moreno and J. Ortiz–Ubarri (2009). A New Method to Construct Double Periodic Arrays with Optimal Correlation. IEEE Proc Information Theory Workshop, 364-368
      • J. Ortiz–Ubarri and O. Moreno (2009). Families of Constructions with Unequal Auto– and Cross–Correlation Constraints. IEEE Proc International Symposium on Information Theory, 134-138
      • O. Moreno and J. Ortiz–Ubarri (2007). Double Periodic Arrays with Good Correlation for Applications in Watermarking. IEEE Proc 3rd International Workshop in Signal Design and Its Applications in Communications, 214-218
      • O. Moreno and J. Ortiz–Ubarri (2007). Double Periodic Arrays with Optimal Correlation for Applications in Watermarking. In Sequences, Subsequences, and Consequences, LNCS, 4893, 82-94
      Submitted
      • Francis Castro, Domingo Gómez, Oscar Moreno, Jose R Ortiz Ubarri, Ivelisse Rubio Canabal, Andrew Tirkel, Rafael A. Arce Nazario. Linear Complexity Analysis of Multidimensional Periodic Arrays


Professional Activities

    Talks

    • Group Permutable Constant Weight Codes, Dublin, Ireland (2010)
    • A New Method to Construct Double Periodic Arrays with Optimal Correlation, Taormina, Sicily (2009)
    • Families of Constructions with Unequal Auto– and Cross–Correlation Constraints, Seoul, Korea (2009)
    • Double periodic sequences in the aerospace industry., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (2009)
    • Double Periodic with Good Correlation for Applications in Watermarking, Chengdu, China (2007)
    • Double Periodic Arrays with Optimal Correlation for Applications in Watermarking, Los Angeles, CA, USA (2007)

    Workshops Attended

    • Academic Career Workshop, Houston (2010)

    Synergistic Activities

    • System and Network Administrator, Scientific Programmer of the High Performance Computing facility of the UPR (2003–2010)
    • System Administration Consultant for the nic.pr (when requested)
    • Referee for IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (May 2009)
    • GIAC Certified Forensics Analyst GCFA (Expires Sep 30, 2011)


Grants

    Current

    • Scholarship fund for excellence in Computer Science and Mathematics, NSF
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 1, 2014 | End date: August 1, 2017
      Funds: $630,217
    • Development of engaging and readily transferable laboratory experiences for the introductory programming course, NSF
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: September 15, 2013 | End date: September 14, 2013
      Funds: $193,997
    • CC-NIE Networking Infrastructure: Perimeter Network to Expedite the Transmission of Science Project (PR NETS), NSF
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: October 1, 2013 | End date: September 30, 2015
      Funds: $499,667