About Luis Miralles

Dr Luis Miralles is currently an assistant Lecturer in TU Dublin. Currently, his favourite topic is how to apply Reinforcement Learning to fight the COVID-19 pandemic and to plan the containing levels considering both the public health and the economy. Lastly, he has expertise in human activity recognition and in generalised zero-shot learning (GZSL). Luis Miralles is a graduate student from the University of Murcia (Spain) in Computer Engineering and has a specialization in Artificial intelligence.

He also holds a Master Degree in Computer Security from the International University of La Rioja (Spain). Additionally, he holds a PhD in Machine Learning applied to online advertising at the University of Murcia. He also worked for three years as a post-doc for Ceadar (Ireland's Centre for Applied AI) at University College Dublin (UCD) in multiple projects related to predictive maintenance, reinforcement learning, and natural language processing. One of the main projects was about applying predictive maintenance to a company in the Oil and Gas industry called Wood Group Kenny. He had also taught and supervising students in TU Dublin for a semester.

He worked as a full-time Professor/Researcher at the Faculty of Engineering at Universidad Panamericana in Mexico City for 3 and a half years. He has worked on issues related to machine learning and data science since 2013 and has published extensively on these topics. Some years ago, he created several internet portals. And he was responsible for the technological part of Project Digitum (digitum.um.es)—a Java-based digital repository for the management of research documents of the University of Murcia (Spain).