Óscar García Lorenzo

Graduated in Computer Engineering in 2010 and with a Master's Degree in High Performance Computing in 2012 from the University of Santiago Compostela (USC). He received a doctorate from USC in 2016 in Information Technology Research.

Currently I am a PhD Assistant Professor at USC conducting research in the fields of supercomputing, computer architecture and handling and interpretation of LiDAR data (and 3D point clouds in general) and teaching in the Robotics Degree at the Lugo Campus.