|Arturo Azcorra received a M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications from Technical University
of Madrid, Spain, in 1986 and Ph.D. degree from the same university in 1989. In 1993 he
obtained an MBA from Instituto de Empresa, Madrid.
He was a lecturer at Technical University of Madrid from 1987 to 1990, when we was promoted to associate professor at the Department of Telematics Engineering. Since 1998 he has become a professor at U. Carlos III of Madrid, Spain. From 1998 untily today he is deputy Vice-Provost for Academic Infrastructures at U. Carlos III of Madrid.
He has participated in over 15 European research projects, and has performed direct consulting and engineering work for different institutions such as European Space Agency, MFS-Worldcom, Madrid Regional Government, RENFE and REPSOL.
He has been program committee of several international conferences and has over 50 publications in international magazines, books and conferences. Current research projects include broadband networks, multicast teleservices, active networks, and IP/ATM convergence.