Sergio Muñoz Gómez has a Master in Science in Telecommunications Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia since the year 2000, the university for which he began his doctorate studies obtaining the Diploma of Advanced Studies.
The beginnings of his professional career are linked to activities of R & D related to Interoperability between agents, processes, and applications. He has been the director of R & D of the Technological Institute of Construction, AIDICO, and later CEO and co-founder of the Laurentia Technologies start-up.
He has been President of the buildingSMART Spanish Chapter for 5 years, since its foundation in 2012 working for the implementation of BIM in Spain, and currently holds the position of General Secretary of that association.
He has written a large number of articles on the BIM methodology, and actively participates in different working groups, such as the es.BIM commission, the commission Building the Future or the standardization committee UNE-CT41-SC13, of which he is currently president.
He currently works as a BIM consultant and also participates as a teacher in different Universities, such as the Polytechnic University of Catalonia, the Polytechnic University of Madrid or the University European of Valencia.
Jesus Perucho Alcalde is an architect from ETSAM since 2003, having studied part of his studies at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He also has an MBA from the IEB in 2012.
He has professional experience in several countries such as Spain, Saudi Arabia, Haiti, the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.
He has worked in several architectural disciplines: from urbanism to detailed design, construction management, construction, contract management and currently BIM. He has experience in residential, educational and transportation projects (high-speed stations and airports).
From 2014 to 2018, he has worked at Foster + Partners as BIM Manager in the design phase of NAIM, New Mexico International Airport, managing BIM processes and workflows. A challenging project (due to the scale, the structural conditions of the site, the complex and innovative geometries and the rapid process of design and delivery), in which Jesus learned to manage work teams, at the same time as designing, implementing and maintain the BIM strategy in the airport project: a large number of BIM models of different buildings and disciplines with complex geometries and the integration of multiple design platforms.
He has been a speaker at several BIM conferences in Madrid, Barcelona, Vienna, Mexico and Las Vegas In 2017 he received the Autodesk AEC Excellence Awards on behalf of Foster + Partners for the NAIM project. He is currently an Associate – Digital Delivery Information Manager at Bryden Wood in London, monitoring the “digital delivery” at the offices in London, Barcelona, and Singapore.