Guadalupe Ortiz

Guadalupe Ortiz completed her PhD in Computer Science at the University of Extremadura (Spain) in 2007. Since graduating in 2001 and for the following eight years, she worked as an Assistant Professor as well as a research engineer at the University of Extremadura’s Computer Science Department. In 2009 she joined the University of Cádiz as Professor in the Department of Computer Science. She has published numerous peer-reviewed papers in international journals, workshops and conferences. She has been a member of various programme and organization committees of scientific workshops and conferences over the last years and acts as a reviewer for several journals. Her research interests embrace aspect-oriented techniques as a way to improve Web service development in various fields, with an emphasis on model-driven extra-functional properties and quality of service, as well as service context-awareness and their adaptation to mobile devices.


Preventing Health Risks Caused by Unhealthy Air Quality Using a CEP-Based SOA 2.0
Juan Boubeta-Puig, Guadalupe Ortiz, Inmaculada Medina-Bulo. © 2017. 27 pages.
Air quality has been a recurrent issue in recent years since it can seriously impact citizens' health and their life quality. Nowadays, the different ways to...
Approaching the Internet of Things through Integrating SOA and Complex Event Processing
Juan Boubeta-Puig, Guadalupe Ortiz, Inmaculada Medina-Bulo. © 2014. 20 pages.
The Internet of Things (IoT) provides a large amount of data, which can be shared or consumed by thousands of individuals and organizations around the world. These...
Adaptive Web Services for Modular and Reusable Software Development: Tactics and Solutions
Guadalupe Ortiz, Javier Cubo. © 2013. 415 pages.
Web services provide systems with great flexibility and easier maintenance which result in better ways to communicate and distribute applications. There are good...
Quality of Service and Extra-Functional Properties for Web Services: A Model-Driven Approach
Guadalupe Ortiz, Behzad Bordbar. © 2012. 30 pages.
The presented approach draws on two main software techniques: Model-Driven Architecture, and aspect-oriented programming. The method involves modeling of the...