The research group consists of a multi-disciplinary team of 2 senior university lecturers, 3 head professors, 1 doctorate under contract and an assistant doctorate who belong to the areas of knowledge for Operational Statistics and Research (3), Computer Sciences and Artificial Intelligence (2), Fundamentals of Economic Analysis (1) and Business Organisation (1). The group's members belong to the departments of Artificial Intelligence (5) and Organisation Engineering, Business Management and Statistics (2) at the HTSE for IT Engineers at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid.
Decisions and statistics analysis group
Structure: Research Groups
The lines of research the research group works on are mainly Multi-criteria decision making, Decision support systems, Group decision and negotiation, Optimisation and Metaheuristics, Simulation methods, Big data, Multi-agent systems, collective intelligence and social computing, Retina processes modelling and simulation, Cybersecurity in the financial sector, Behavioural economics/Conduct economics and the use of time.
- A comprehensive Cyber-Security risk assessment framework for
- financial sector
- A New Cyber-Security lnsurance Platform for Financial Sector
- Behavioral Economics
- Big data
- Cyber-Security Insurance Platform for Financial Sector
- Decision Support Systems
- Metaheuristic-based optimization
- Modelling and Simulation of Retinal Processes
- Multiagent systems, collective intelligence and social computing
- Multicriteria Decision Making and Applications
- Risk analysis and management
- Simulation methods
- Time Allocation
The research group has taken part in 18 national and 8 regional projects in public competitive tenders, as well as 9 European projects under the IV, V, VI and VII Research Framework Programmes and the International Cooperation Programme (INCO-COPERNICUS). As a result of the research carried out, a total of 105 articles have been published (48 of them in journals included in the JCR), more than 65 chapters of books in prestigious publishing houses (Springer, MDPI, Scitepress, etc.), and presented more than 80 papers at internationally important conferences. 8 doctoral theses and more than 40 end of masters projects have also been defended, supervised by research group members.
- "DocenDIA", registered software via the Universidad Politécnica Madrid. Authors: Adrián Siles Rodríguez, Antonio Jiménez Martín, Reyes Riera López, Óscar Corcho García, Asunción Gómez Pérez and Almudena Montes Alonso, Application No M-2801/2011, Application date 29/03/2011.
- "GMAA: Generic Multi-Attribute Analysis", (https://sites.google.com/site/moirasoftware/) registered software via the Universidad Politécnica Madrid. Authors: Antonio Jiménez Martín, Sixto Ríos Insua and Alfonso Mateos Caballero, Application No M-3843/2003, Application date 20/05/2003, Registration number 16/2004/2701, Grant date 13/05/2004.
- "Codice di calcolo Moira-Plus per la Previsione della Concentrazione di Contaminanti Radiattivi e Metalli Pesanti Presenti in Sistemi Idrici Complessi", registered software via L'Ente per le Nuove Tecnologie, l'Energia e l'Ambiente. Authors: Luigi Monte, Angeli Giacomo, Dimitry Hofman, Eduardo Gallego, Antonio Jiménez, Sixto Ríos-Insua and Alfonso Mateos. Registration number 0504764 Grant date: 27/10/2005
The research group has collaborated with numerous companies and public institutions, giving advanced courses on Statistics and Artificial Intelligence and also by way of private agreements and projects (21). The companies it has collaborated with are RGA An International Reinsurance Company DAC, BISIONA Business Solutions, ENAIRE, the joint UPM-Accenture Technology Centre "AI.nnovation Space", INDRA Sistemas, the Centre of Reference for Research, Development and Innovation ATM, the National Public Administrations Institute, the Centre for Energy, Environmental and Technology Research, the Fundación Gil Gayarre, the Fundación La Caixa, the Spanish Confederation of Organisations Supporting People with Intellectual Disability, the Land Office Directorate General and the Nuclear Safety Council. The amount of funding for these collaborations exceeds €460,000.