Netza is a passionate fellow whose interests lie in the overlapping of Artificial Intelligence and Ubiquitous Computing to prevent health hazards, monitor daily living activities, and build solutions for the early detection of clinical conditions. His ongoing work develops in Activity Recognition, Image and Temporal Data Processing, and Smart Environments.
He received a Bachelor of Information Technology with distinction from the National Technological Institute of Mexico in 2009, the same year in which he was awarded first place at a thesis competition celebrated by the National Association of Education Institution in Information Technology (ANIEI).
In 2014 he received a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from the Ensenada Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education (CICESE). Netza received his Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Engineering with a straight-pass viva honour from Ulster University in 2021. Following this, he was appointed as Lecturer and Researcher within the School of Computing at Ulster University.