Research Scientist and Scientific Project Manager, Tecnológico de Monterrey University, Mexico
Professor David Romero is Senior Research Scientist and Scientific Project Manager at the Tecnológico de Monterrey University in Mexico. He currently acts as leader of the research line on Sustainable PRocess Industry & iNdustrial ecoloGy (SPRING) at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Group, Center for Innovation in Design and Technology, National Graduate School of Science and Engineering. He is former Director of Strategic Partnerships for Knowledge Generation and Transfer at the Vicepresidency for Research, Postgraduate Studies and Continuous Education at the same university, where he has also occupied different executive director positions in the departments of research and development, entrepreneurship, innovation and technology management, as well as business incubation and acceleration, family business and technology transfer.
He has led and participated in various national and international research projects, consulting services and training programmes related to: Enterprise Architectures, Integration, Interoperability and Networking (EAI2N), Concurrent Engineering Enterprise (CEE), Sustainable Collaborative Networked Organizations (CNOs), and Technology and Innovation Management (TIM). Furthermore, he is actually member of the Ibero-American Community for Knowledge Systems (CISC), the Global Knowledge Based-Development Community (KBD), the Society of Collaborative Networks (SoColNet), the FinES Cluster Task Force on Collaborative Networks, the European Network of Living Labs (ENoLL), the Intelligent Manufacturing Systems (IMS) Programme, the ICE Community on Engineering, Technology and Innovation, the International Federation of Green Information and Communication Technologies, the IFAC TC5.3 on Enterprise Integration and Networking, the IFIP WG5.7 Advances in Production Management Systems, the IFIP WG5.12 Architectures for Enterprise Integration, the IEEE Technology and Engineering Management Society (TEMS) and the IEEE Internet of Things Community.
He has published more than 70 journal and international conference articles and serves at different editorial and scientific committee boards in the disciplines of business and industrial engineering.