This JCC-BD&ET edition will be held in person, enabling virtual synchronous presentations and allowing interaction with face-to-face and remote attendees through the WEBex platform (access). The Conference will streamed at YouTube (access).

Tuesday 27-6 Wednesday 28-6 Thursday 29-6
9 am
Opening Ceremony.

9.30 am
Opening Dissertation “Ingeniería del Software para la Computación Cuántica: Retos y Oportunidades”. Ph.D. Mario Piattini (UCLM – Spain).

10.40 am

11 am
Presentations – TRACK 1.

1 pm

2.30 pm
Presentations – TRACK 2.

4.30 pm

5 pm
Free meetings.
9 am
Presentations – TRACK 3.

10.40 am

11 am
Presentations – TRACK 4.

1 pm

2.30 pm
Presentations – TRACK 5.

4.30 pm

5 pm
Free Meetings.
9 am
Presentations – TRACK 6.

10.40 am

11 am
Panel of Companie “IA y nuevas aplicaciones en la industria del Software”.

1 pm
Closing of the JCC-BD&ET.

2.30 pm
Meeting of the CCC-BD&ET.

4.30 pm

5 pm
Free meetings.

Postgraduate courses associated with the JCC-BD&ET:

  • “Análisis Inteligente de Datos en Entornos de Big Data”. Ph.D. José Ángel Olivas Varela (UCLM – Spain).
  • “Infraestructura Software para el Procesamiento de Big Data”. Ph.D. Remo Suppi (UAB – Spain).



9 am
Opening Ceremony. Award ceremony Doctorado Honoris Causa de la UNLP to Ph.D. Mario Piattini (Universidad de Castilla La Mancha – Spain).
9.30 am
Opening Dissertation “Ingeniería del Software para la Computación Cuántica: Retos y Oportunidades”. Ph.D. Mario Piattini (Universidad de Castilla La Mancha – Spain).


11 am – TRACK 1

  • Exploring Heterogeneous Computing Environments: A Preliminary Analysis of Python and SYCL Performance. (Full paper)
  • Youssef Faqir-Rhazoui, Carlos García.

  • Towards reducing communications in sparse matrix kernels. (Full paper)
  • Manuel Freire, Raúl Marichal, Ernesto Dufrechou, Pablo Ezzatti.

  • Distributed architectures based on Edge Computing, Fog Computing and End Devices: a conceptual review incorporating resilience aspects. (Full paper)
  • Santiago Medina, Diego Montezanti, Lucas Gómez D´Orazio, Francisco Garay, Armando De Giusti, Marcelo Naiouf.

  • Resilience analysis of an Emergency Department in stressful situations. (Full paper)
  • Mariela Rodriguez, Francesc Boixader, Francisco Epelde, Eva Bruballa, Armando De Giusti, Alvaro Wong, Dolores Rexachs, Emilio Luque.

  • Modelling Chronic Kidney Disease progression using ABM: a work in progress. (Short paper)
  • Candelaria Alvarez, Jose Ibeas, Javier Balladini, Remo Suppi.

  • Brief Performance Portability Analysis of a Matrix Multiplication Kernel on Nvidia, Intel and AMD GPUs. (Short paper)
  • Manuel Costanzo, Enzo Rucci, Carlos Garcia-Sanchez, Marcelo Naiouf.

  • An approach to support generic topologies in distributed PSO algorithms in Spark. (Short paper)
  • Xoán C. Pardo, Patricia González, Julio R. Banga, Ramón Doallo.

  • A Preliminary study of vehicular traffic distribution in Great Mendoza area. Use of IoT tools. (Short paper)
  • Osvaldo Marianetti, Pablo Godoy, Ernesto Chediak, Daniel Fontana, Carlos García Garino.


2.30 pm – TRACK 2

  • Parallel Model of Online Sequential Extreme Learning Machines for Classification Problems with Large-Scale Databases. (Short paper)
  • Elkin Gelvez-Almeida, Ricardo J. Barrientos, Karina Vilches-Ponce, Marco Mora.

  • Methodology to define a static allocation mapping based on memory access patterns and the Signature of MPI applications in HPC systems. (Full paper)
  • Gerard Enrique, Eva Bruballa, Remo Suppi, Alvaro Wong, Emilio Luque, Dolores Rexachs.

  • Drug repurposing using knowledge graph embeddings with a focus on vector-borne diseases: a model comparison. (Full paper)
  • Diego López Yse, Diego Torres.

  • CoVaMaT: Functionality for Variety Reuse through a Supporting Tool. (Full paper)
  • Liam Osycka, Alejandra Cechich, Agustina Buccella, Ayelén Montenegro, Angel Muñoz.

  • Local Pluralistic Homophily in Networks: A New Measure Based on Overlapping Communities. (Full paper)
  • Fernando Barraza, Carlos Ramirez, Alejandro Fernández.

  • A Model of Reusable Variation in Big Data System Development. (Full paper)
  • Alejandra Cechich, Agustina Buccella, Carolina Villegas, Ayelén Montenegro, Angel Muñoz, Andrea Rodríguez.



9 am – TRACK 3

  • Estimation of the results of the 2023 Parliamentary Elections in Spain using similarity and causal relationships. (Full paper)
  • Antonio Lorenzo, José A. Olivas.

  • The implementation of the RISE algorithm for the Captum framework. (Full paper)
  • Oscar Stanchi, Franco Ronchetti, Facundo Quiroga.

  • Intermediate Task Transfer Learning and Weakly Supervised Training in Histopathology. (Full paper)
  • Martín N. Gramática, Mario A. García, Juan P. Ricapito.

  • Analyzing Network Graph Representations for Reinforcement Learning. (Full paper)
  • Esteban Schab, Carlos Casanova, Fabiana Piccoli.

  • An architecture and a new deep learning method for Head and Neck Cancer Prognosis by analyzing serial Positron Emission Tomography images. (Full paper)
  • Remigio Hurtado, Stefanía Guzmán, Arantxa Muñoz.


11 am – TRACK 4

  • An analysis of satellite-based Machine Learning models to estimate global solar irradiance at a horizontal plane. (Full paper)
  • Paula Iturbide, Rodrigo Alonso-Suarez, Franco Ronchetti.

  • A maturity model for data governance, data quality management, and data management. (Full paper)
  • Ismael Caballero, Fernando Gualo, Moisés Rodrgíuez, Mario Piattini.

  • Data strategy design for organizations and its adaptation to smart cities. (Full paper)
  • Fabiola del Toro Osorio, Elsa Estévez, Victoria E. Ospina Becerra.

  • Artificial Intelligence in the development of eco-innovations. (Full paper)
  • Zornitsa Yordanova.

  • Examining factors of acceptance and use of technology in digital services in the context of Ecuador. (Full paper)
  • Pablo Pintado, Sebastián Wiesner, Daniela Prado, Elsa Estevez.

  • Visibility of women in the software development life cycle. (Full paper)
  • Marlene Negrier, Jorge Hochstetter Diez, Felipe Vásquez, Rodrigo Cadena.


2.30 pm – TRACK 5

  • Publication of Linked Open Data – A Systematic Literature Review for Identifying Problems and Technological Tools Supporting the Process. (Full paper)
  • Jairo H. Silva Aguilar, Elsa Estevez.

  • Taxonomy of factors of acceptance and use of technologies for HCI in digital services. (Full paper)
  • Pablo Pintado, Irvin Jaramillo, Daniela Prado, Elsa estevez.

  • UVAM : The Unified Visual Analytics Model. The Unified Visualization Model revisited. (Full paper)
  • Maria L. Ganuza, Dana K. Urribarri, Martín L. Larrea, Silvia M. Castro.

  • Exergames: Proposal for a gamepad to sense player movements. (Full paper)
  • Aldana del Gener, Cecilia Sanz, Luciano Iglesias.

  • Immersive Virtual Reality and Natural Language Processing: a System as Assistive Technology for Inclusive Learning processes. (Full paper)
  • Yoselie Alvarado, Roberto Guerero, Francisco Serón.

  • A dataset and post-processing method for pointing device human-machine interface evaluation. (Full paper)
  • Rocío Madou, Federico N. Guerrero, Enrique M. Spinelli.



9 am – TRACK 6

  • Comparing and evaluating tools for Sentiment Analysis. (Short paper)
  • Franco M. Borrelli, Cecilia Challiol.

  • Early detection of grapevine diseases using pre-trained Convolutional Neural Networks. (Short paper)
  • Cristian E. Rios, César A. Estrebou, F. Emmanuel Frati.

  • Use of Scalable Fuzzy Time Series Methods to predict Electrical Demand. (Short paper)
  • Jose M. Rubio León, José M. Rubio Cienfuegos.

  • NoSQL Database Design Processes – A Comparative Study. (Short paper)
  • Luciano Marreno, Verena Olsowy, Pablo Thomas.

  • Integrating Oceanographic Sensor Data Using SSN/SOSA Ontology. (Short paper)
  • Gustavo Nuñez, Carlos Bucke, Marcos Zarate.

  • Data Analysis for Telecommunications services. (Short paper)
  • Marcelo D. Caiafa, Ariel R. Aurelio, Alejandro Bevilacqua.


11 am – Panel of Companie
“IA y nuevas aplicaciones en la industria del Software”.

1 pm
Closing of the JCC-BD&ET 2023.

2.30 pm
Meeting of the CCC-BD&ET.