A stress-awareness approach to safer decision making in the trading process integrating biometric sensor technology
On Jan 21st, 2013, Alejandro Fernández-Montes González defended his Ph.D. dissertation at Universidad de Sevilla, Spain, entitled; “Energy Saving Policies in Grid Computing and Smart Environment". A great part of the research was funded by Spanish Ministry of Education under the project ARTEMISA (TIN2009-14378-C02-01). Alejandro defended his dissertation in a publicly open ceremony held in the Universidad de Sevilla, and was able to comment on every question raised by the assessing committee. The thesis was supervised by Prof. Dr. Juan Antonio Ortega and co-supervised by Prof. Dr. Luis González. An important part of this research was carried out during his stages at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, supervised by Dr. Natividad Martinez and Dr. Ralf Seepold and at Ecole Normale Superiore de Lyon supervised by Dr. Laurent Lefevré.
The thesis has been read and approved by the assessing committee which included Prof. Dr. Miguel Toro, Prof. Dr. Mario Piattini, Prof. Dr. Nieves Rodriguez, Prof. Dr. Ralf Seepold and Prof.Dr. Antonio Ruiz, all present at the ceremony.