The University Ombudsman is the single-person body commissioned by the University Senate that, in accordance with article 161 of the University Statutes, is responsible for defending and guaranteeing the rights and freedoms of the members of the University Community. Its fundamental purpose is to contribute to the proper functioning and improvement of the quality of the Rey Juan Carlos University. For these purposes, it may supervise the activity of the collegiate and individual bodies of the University, always acting with due respect for the rights and freedoms of people within the framework of the procedure, rules and current legislation, reporting to the University Senate. of their actions.
In the exercise of his functions, as stated in article 163 of the University Statutes, the University Ombudsman will not be subject to any imperative mandate and will act with full autonomy and independence from any university body.
Mr. Alberto Sánchez Campos.
Elected University Ombudsman by the Faculty of the Rey Juan Carlos University on July 13, 2023 in the first vote by 207 votes in favor (of 239 attendees).
University Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Statistics at the Rey Juan Carlos University. His research scope is focused on information visualization, data analysis, and cloud and high-performance computing. He has published more than 70 international publications both in JCR journals (more than 25 publications in the SCI JCR, with more than half located in Q1) and in highly recognized international conferences. He has three six-year research years and has been Principal Investigator in multiple competitive projects, of which four belong to the national plan. He also has 5 DOCENTIA (the last 4 with an Excellent rating) for the results of his teaching.
He has spent stays abroad in different prestigious international centers such as CERN (Geneva, Switzerland), NeSC (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), NRC (Ottawa, Canada) and University of Melbourne (Melbourne, Australia). Highly involved with the University Community, he has been Deputy Director of Students at the Higher Technical School of Computer Engineering and Vice Chancellor of Digital Transformation and Teaching Innovation during the pandemic, in addition to holding various management and coordination positions both at undergraduate and graduate levels.
Deputy to the University Ombudsman: Mar Moreno Rebato. Area: Administrative law
Contact the University Ombudsman
- To contact the University Ombudsman in general, you can write an email to or by phone by calling 91 488 73 24. It is recommended to consult in advance by email before starting a dependent defense procedure to serve as a guide in the process.
- The procedures available in the University's electronic headquarters dependent on the ombudsman are:
- Processing observations, claims and complaints
- Activation of the prevention and action protocol against harassment to transfer to the anti-harassment commission. It is highly recommended to request a meeting by email before activation to understand the process.
The contact details are:
Administrative Secretary of the University Ombudsman's Office: Gemma Sherry Lopez
Address: C/ Quintana, 2 - 3rd floor, 28008 Madrid
The University Ombudsman's Office is specifically regulated by the Regulation approved by the Faculty of the Rey Juan Carlos University on June 16, 2004
Reports of activities of the University Ombudsman's Office
- Activities Report 2022-23
- Activity report, academic year 2021-2022
- Activity report, courses 2019-20 and 2020-21
- 2019 report
- 2018 report
- 2017 report
- 2016 report
- Memory 2014/15
- Memory of the courses 2010/11 and 2011/12
- Memory of the courses 2007/08, 2008/09 and 2009/10
- Annual report 2006/07
- Annual report 2005/06
- Annual report 2004/05
- Annual report 2003/04