Edusmildo Orozco Salcedo

Office: A144-A
Extension: 7242, 88353
Website: http://www.uprrp.edu
Email: edusmildo.orozco@gmail.com

  • Ph.D. in Ciencia e Ingeniería de Cómputos e Información. Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez (2005)
  • M.Sc. in Ciencia de Cómputos. Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Mayagüez (1998)
  • B.Sc. in Ciencia de Computos. Universidad del Quindio, Colombia (1991)

Research Areas

High Performance Computing, Parallel Programming, Scientific Computing, Mathematical and Computational Models for Genetic Networks.


Publications

    Articles

      Published
      • Edusmildo Orozco Salcedo, Rafael A. Arce Nazario, Peter M. Musial, Cynthia Lucena (2011). Asserting Parallel Computational Thinking into an undergraduate computer science curriculum. Computer Science Education: Innovation and Technology CSEIT 2011, 0
        http://cseducation.org/
      • Rafael A. Arce Nazario, Edusmildo Orozco Salcedo, Dorothy Bollman (2010). Reconfigurable hardware implementation of a multivariate polynomial interpolation algorithm. International Journal of Reconfigurable Computing, 2010, 0, --
        http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1972685
      • R. Arce-Nazario,E. Orozco, D. Bollman, (2009). A systolic array based architecture for implementing multivariate polynomial interpolation tasks. 2009 International Conference on ReConFigurable Computing and FPGAs
      • D. Bollman, O. Colon-Reyes, V. Ocasio, E. Orozco (2009). A Control Theory for Boolean Monomial Dynamical Systems. To be published in Discrete Event Dynamic Systems
      • E. Orozco (2008). Reduced Linear Modular Systems. Contemporary Mathematics, 461, 205-211
      • D. Bollman, O. Colon-Reyes, E. Orozco (2007). Fixed Points in Discrete Models for Regulatory Genetic Networks. Journal on Bioinformatics and Systems Biology, 2007
      • E. Orozco, D. Bollman (2004). Optimizing Symmetric FFTs with Prime Edge-Length. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004, 3045, 749-757
      • D. Bollman, E. Orozco, O. Moreno (2004). A Parallel Solution to Reverse Engineering Genetic Networks. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004, 3045, 490-497
      • J. Seguel, D. Bollman, E. Orozco (2002). A New Prime Edge-Length Crystallographic FFT. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2002, 2330, 548-557
      • O. Moreno, J. Ramirez, D. Bollman, E. Orozco (2002). Faster Backtracking Algorithms for the Generation of Symmetry-Invariant Premutations. Journal of Applied Mathematics, 2, 6, 276-287
      • D. Bollman, E. Orozco (2001). A Faster Algorithm for the n-Queens Problem. Congressus Numerantium, 148, 193-200


Professional Activities

    Talks

    • The Reconfigurable Computing Laboratory at the UPR–RP, SIDIM (2010)
    • Finite Field Multiplication via Number-Theoretic Transforms, Dublin, Ir (2009)
    • Applying a Finite Field Model to Real Discretized Biological Data, SIDIM (2008)
    • Reduced Linear Modular Systems, 8th International Conference on Finite Fields and Applications (2007)
    • A Polynomial Time Algorithm to Determine when a Monomial Dynamical System is Fixed Point, 8th Internatinoal Conference on Finite Fields and Applications (2007)
    • Multivariable Polynomial Interpolation and Reverse Engineering Genetic Networks, SIDIM (2006)
    • Finite Field Models for Genetic Networks, SIDIM (2005)
    • Optimizing Symmetric FFTs with Prime Edge-Length, International Conference on Computational Science and its Applications (2004)
    • A Problem on Finite Dynamical Systems, SIDIM (2004)
    • A Parallel Algorithmic Approach to the Reverse Engineering Problem, 1st IMS-ISBA Statistical Meeting (2003)
    • Organizing Cyrstallographic Data, COBRE II (2003)
    • A New Prime Edge-Length Crystallographic FFT, SIDIM (2002)
    • A Methodology for the Design of Multidimensional Symmetric FFTs with Prime Edge-Lenght, CRC (2002)

    Synergistic Activities

    • Gauss Research Laboratory, Inc. http://www.grl.pr/ Academic Advisory Committee – Politics
    • UPR–INBRE Project for the establishment of a collaborative research group in bioinformatics and computational biology.


Grants

    Submitted

    • NSF-MRI: Acquisition of equipment for the Establishment of a Reconfigurable Computing Center at the University of Puerto Rico, National Science Foundation
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Funds: $165,000

    Current

    • Asserting Parallel, Computational Thinking into Undergraduate 4-year Computer Science Curriculum, NSF-CISE CPATH
      Role: Co-PI (Co-Principal Investigator)
      Start date: October 1, 2009 | End date: September 30, 2012
      Funds: $300,000

    Completed

    • NSF-MRI Acquisition Proposal: Establishment of a Reconfigurable Computing Center at the University of Puerto Rico, NSF-MRI
      Role: PI (Principal Investigator)
      Start date: October 1, 2009 | End date: September 30, 2012
      Funds: $170,000