Vice-Rector for International Affairs, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico
José Manuel is currently the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Vice Rector of Internationalization, before that, Dr. Páez was the UPM (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) Director for North America, President’s Delegate at RCC in Harvard University (2014-2016), Vice President for International Relations (2004-2014), Dean of the Telecom Engineering School (2002-2004) and Vice-Dean for PhD studies (1998-2002).
He also occupied several positions in international universities, as Invited professor at International Computer Science Institute (ICSI) and Berkeley Wireless Research Centre (BWRC), both institutions linked to University of California at Berkeley (USA). After working in the private sector in Germany, besides having created and supported several startups, he has dedicated his professional career to foster internationalization in education and research. He negotiated and promoted the creation of the permanent delegations of UPM abroad: China, USA, Brazil; is Founder, President & Honorary President of Magalhães Network.
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