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Jordi Arjona graduated from his studies in Telecommunications Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, in 2008. He worked on his senior thesis defense in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Maryland, where he stayed with a university grant during 8 months as a student and, later, as a visiting researcher (2008). His work there led to the publication “Analyzing the Process of Installing Rogue Software” (Berthier, R.; Arjona, J.; Cukier M. DSN2009: 560-565).
Later on he was employed as a research assistant at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and started a Masters on automatics and industrial computer systems. At this period he was involved in another minor publication: “Arquitectura y desarrollo del robot humanoide microBIRO-II” (Muñoz, M.; Arjona, J.; XXX Jornadas de Automática 2009).
Before joining Institute IMDEA NETWORKS, he spent a year working as a teacher and as a Java developer at Indra Systems, Valencia (Spain).