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I'm Angel Dominguez, an American/Mexican/Spanish computer engineer currently traveling through Europe as a digital nomad. I like technology, traveling, cooking, reading, and exploring all a city has to offer. Lately, I've been working on developing cross-platform mobile applications focused on local logistic services and travel guides.
I like working with startups and provide consulting and software development services. If you have an interesting idea or are looking for some advice, contact me to see if we can work together. If you have any good suggestions for places to visit, eat or enjoy, please share!
Dr. Angel Dominguez is a computer engineer and software developer. He earned his M.S. and Ph.D. in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland after completing his B.S. at Johns Hopkins University. His research interests were in the areas of computer architecture as well as compilers for embedded systems exploiting memory organizations effectively via compiler optimizations. He has developed the first known methods to allocate heap and recursive function variable data (both statically and dynamically) to take advantage of heterogeneous memory in embedded systems. His other research interests have included memory and architectural optimizations targeting parallel systems, compiler optimizations for code-size versus energy savings in embedded systems and research on VLSI design of photosensor arrays. Lately, his professional time has been spent developing problem-solving products for consumer-facing startups using modern open-source technology.
|Ph.D. Electrical and Computer Engineering||University of Maryland||2001 to 2007|
|M.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering||University of Maryland||1999 to 2001|
|B.S. Electrical and Computer Engineering||Johns Hopkins University||1995 to 1999|