Martin Molina is a professor at the Department of Artificial Intelligence, Technical University of Madrid since 1994 (full professor since 2012). He received his Ph.D. in computer science and artificial intelligence in 1993 and his Licentiate Degree in information technology in 1990 from the Technical University of Madrid. He was a visiting researcher for approximately 3 years in several research centers in the USA (AT&T Labs–Research, Stanford University and University of California–Irvine).
Martin Molina led a research group about intelligent systems at his university (1999-2016). During this period, his research focused on architectures for intelligent systems, human-computer interaction, and machine learning. He authored more than 80 publications related to artificial intelligence, and he developed an important relation with private companies related to engineering problems (transport, hydrology, aeronautics, etc.) such as EADS, INDRA and FCC. He participated in 7 research projects funded by the European Union (as leader or member of the research team) and he was the principal investigator of other 23 national research projects in the field of artificial intelligence.
Currently, Martin Molina is a member of the research group Computer Vision and Aerial Robotics, where he leads research areas related to artificial intelligence methods applied to aerial robotics (e.g., cognitive architectures, human-robot interaction, agent-based architectures, machine learning and knowledge representation).
Some of the recent courses taught by Martin Molina at the Technical University of Madrid:
- Deep Learning (Master in Data Science – EIT Digital Master School)
- Common Sense Reasoning (Master in Artificial Intelligence)
- Intelligent Systems (Master in Informatics Engineering)
- Applications of Artificial Intelligence (Master in Artificial Intelligence)
- Intelligent Systems (Bachelor Degree in Computer Engineering)