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Julio César Hernández-Castro,
a Spanish computer scientist, and lecturer at School of Computing [1], University of Kent, and previously affiliated with Charles III University of Madrid. He holds a B.Sc. in mathematics, a M.Sc. in coding theory and network security, and a Ph.D. in CS. His research interests are focused in cryptography, computer forensics, steganography, steganalysis, evolutionary computation, CAPTCHAs, data loss prevention, RFID security, the study of NP-hard and above problems, and quantum information processing. He likes playing chess [2], and also likes the game of Go [3].
Julio Hernández-Castro [4]

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  1. ^ Computer Science at Kent - School of Computing - University of Kent
  2. ^ Hernandez Castro, Julio Cesar FIDE Chess Profile
  3. ^ Julio César Hernández-Castro, Ignacio Blasco-López, Juan M. Estevez-Tapiador, Arturo Ribagorda-Garnacho (2006). Steganography in games: A general methodology and its application to the game of Go. Computers & Security, Vol. 25, pdf
  4. ^ Julio Cesar Hernandez Castro's Homepage
  5. ^ dblp: Julio César Hernández Castro

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