Researcher, software developer and PhD student based at Universidad Complutense de Madrid in Spain. He holds a 5 years degree and a master in Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering.

He is currently working as researcher and developer for the P2Pvalue project where he studies Commons Based Peer Production (CBPP) communities and develops Teem, a decentralised real-time collaboration tool for these communities. The objective of his PhD project is the study, simulation and development of decision-making tools for CBPP communities. His interests include free, privacy-aware and decentralized software, Commons-Based Peer Production communities, Agents Based Systems, Agent Based Social Simulation and Declarative Languages among others.

Antonio Tenorio Fornes

Phone: (+34)91.
Personal page: personal web page
Address: Facultad de Informática UCM. C/ Prof. José García Santesmases, s/n. 28040 Madrid – Spain