Role at Incipit
César González-Pérez is co-ordinator of the semantic technologies discipline, minor participant of the anthropology discipline and internal training manager.
Areas of interest
Conceptual modelling. Metamodelling. Formal languages. Situational method engineering. Semantics. Argumentation. Theory of cultural heritage.
Cesar Gonzalez-Perez has a BSc in Fundamental Biology, an MSc in Applied Electronics, and a PhD in Geography and History. Currently, Cesar is a Staff Scientist with the Institute of Heritage Sciences (Incipit) of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, where he leads a transdisciplinary co-research line in software engineering and cultural heritage. The final goal of this line is to develop theories, methodologies and technologies to understand and assist the knowledge generation phenomena that occur in relation to cultural heritage.Previously, Cesar has worked in various academic and business organizations, both in Spain and Australia, in the areas of conceptual modelling, metamodelling, situational method engineering, and software systems development, with a special orientation towards heritage aspects.Cesar is also active in the standards world, being a member of UNE (previously, AENOR), the Spanish standardization body represented at ISO, and having co-edited three international standardization projects. Cesar is also a research project evaluator in government agencies from six countries, has been a promoter and partner of three technology-based companies related to software services, and is the author of over 100 publications.