Cecilio César Tamarit Camarero is a Fulbright Scholar from Spain, and an Electrical and Computer Engineering PhD student at Cornell University. He is currently conducting research at the Computer Systems Laboratory (CSL), advised by Prof. José F. Martínez. In the past, he earned a Master’s (2020) and Bachelor’s Degree (2019) at Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, where he also worked as a Graduate Researcher at the Parallel Architectures Group (GAP).
This feels weird, allow me to switch to first person: Computers and cultural exchange are some of my many passions, and I have enjoyed sharing them with others from a young age. Some examples of this are the two books I wrote on iOS development (2014) and the macOS operating system (2018), and programming/entrepreneurial projects I took on since high school (2014, 2016, 2017). See below to find out more. Since 2020, I am also serving as a VP of the Fulbright Graduate Students at Cornell (FULGRA) association.
PhD Student, Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2020 - Present
Master's Degree in Computer Engineering and Computer Networks, 2020
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia
Bachelor's Degree in Computer Engineering, 2019
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia & Technical University of Munich (Thesis)
Gymnasium / Abitur, 2015
Deutsche Schule Valencia (German School)
A hobby of mine is spreading my passion for computers to people of all ages