Romeo Sanchez

Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

Assistant Professor

Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León





June 2013

Congratulations to two of my students, Cristina Maya and Fernando Elizalde, for successfully completing their Masters Degree


October 2012

Work on applying classification algorithms to diagnose Trachoma gets presented at the XIX International Congress on Science, Education and Technology


March 2012

Work on modeling transportation problems as Planning problems wins best “Cartel” in ENOAN XXII.


Work on modeling educational plans using artificial intelligence techniques receives “Honorific Mention” in ENOAN XXII.


September 2011

Paper on Multiagent Coordination with Pedro Szekely and Rajiv Maheswaran accepted for publication at PRIMA-2011, Australia.


August 2011

Started undergraduate and graduate courses in Data Structures and Algorithms.


July 2011

Was accepted as a member of the National Network on Information Technology.


May 2011

Was appointed as the Academic Coordinator of the Scientific Summer Program 2011.


April 2011

Gave seminars about our visualization work in the College of Business at  Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas, and the Center for Applied Physics and Mathematics in Chiapas.


March 2011

Gave a talk about planning at the XXI National Academy in Optimization and Numerical Analisis.


February 2011



Romeo Sanchez is currently an Assistant Professor in the Graduate Program in Systems Engineering in the College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering at the University of Nuevo Leon (UANL) in (Monterrey) Mexico.  He is a member of the Synergy and Optimization Research group.


Prior to joining UANL in 2011, Dr. Sanchez was a Computer Scientist at the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) for the University of Southern California (USC). Dr. Sanchez was part of the Multi-agent Coordination Research group, where he worked in the Criticality-Sensitive Coordination (CSC) research framework. CSC won two consecutive DARPA Champions recognitions for outperforming systems from other research institutions. For his work in CSC, Dr. Sanchez received two ISI Meritorious Service Awards from the Institute; and a Best Demo Award at the International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-agent Systems (2010).  


Dr. Sanchez received his Ph.D and MCS degrees from Arizona State University. His research interests include automated planning & scheduling, multi-agent

systems, intelligent visual interfaces, decision support, and more recently internet technologies and their applications to mixed-initiative frameworks and K-12 education.


Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

AP 34-F, Cd. Universitaria.

San Nicolás de los Garza. NL. C.P. 66450


Phone: +52 (81) 8329-4000 x5945 (Assistant)