Gilberto Ochoa Ruiz is a researcher in Computer Vision, Machine Learning and Internet of Things. He has participated as associated researcher and lecturer in several programs accredited by the CONACYT PNPC program, geared around Computer Science and Communication and Information Technologies. He is member of the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores (SNI, Rank I) and of the CONACYT Network on Applied Computational Network (RedICA), the Mexican Societies of IA (SMIA) and Computer Sc. (AMEXCOMP), as well as the Latinx in AI (LXAI) Coalition. He as served as reviewer for ICLR, ICML, CVPR and IJCNN and as general chair of the Latinx in Computer Vision Workshops at CVPR and ICCV and as part of the organization or technical program committes of these efforts, as well as other conferences.
He coursed a bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering by the Universidad de Guadalajara and a specialty degree in Digital and SoC Design at the CINVESTAV Guadalajara. Afterwards, he obtained a master's degree in computer Vision and Robotics by Heriot-Watt-University (Edinburgh, UK) and a PhD in Electronic Imaging and Computer Vision by the Université de Bourgogne (France). Afterwards, he carried two post-doctoral positions at the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et Automatique (Lille, France) and later at the CNRS laboratory Lab-STICC (Lorient, France). Since 2019, he is part of the academic staff of the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), in its Guadalajara campus.