Specialty in design, modeling and manufacturing of bio-inspired mobile robots, using rigid materials and highly flexible materials, with potential applications in inspection, cleaning and safety. My areas of interest are the development of bio-inspired autonomous robots, Climbing robots, Path planning, Design of locomotion algorithms for robots with legs, wheels, apoda, etc., Robot location, Automation, Control, Industrial robotics, Design , modeling and manufacturing of flexible actuators, Development of soft robotics using 3D printing techniques and the use of liquid elastomers, as well as the study and construction of inflatable robots.
Professional training: Bachelor of Electronics at B.U.A. from Puebla; Master's Degree in Instrumentation and Automatic Control at the U. A. de Querétaro; Doctorate in Engineering in electrical properties of materials from the U. A de Querétaro. He has been a research professor at the CICATA-IPN Queretaro Unit since 2006, he has a Level II National Researcher Appointment granted by the National System of Researchers. The research areas of his publications can be summarized in: Food technology: Emerging technologies for food processing. Industrial processes: Development of mechatronic devices for the processing of organic and inorganic materials. Instrumentation and automation: Development of devices for Bioelectronics, Robotics, Electronics.
I currently work in:
Coordinator of the Automation Engineering career
Coordinator of the Master in Automatic Instrumentation and Control
Full-time Professor-Researcher at UAQ
IEEE President Querétaro section
Responsible for the international ABET and CACEI accreditation obtained in 2016
I am member of:
National System of Researchers I (SNI I)
IEEE Senior Member
Mexican Academy of Sciences
Full-time Professor in the division of mechatronics at the Technological University of San Juan del Rio, Querétaro, México. He obtained his Ph.D. in Automatic Control from the Center for Research and Advanced Studies (CINVESTAV – IPN). He is a member of the National System of Researchers (SNI) and conducts research on topics such as fault diagnosis, fault-tolerant control for integer and fractional-order systems, robust control, fractional differentiators, and observers for dynamical systems.
Alonso A. Jimenez Garibay, received the degree of Doctor of Engineering in 2018 from the Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro. He is currently a professor-researcher at the Tecnológico Nacional de México en Celaya, as part of the teaching group of the Department of Mechatronics Engineering. His lines of interest include power electronics, control of electrical machines, electrical conversion in renewable energy systems and in recent collaborations, acquisition and processing of electrical biopotentials for biomedical engineering applications.
Computer Systems Engineer graduated from the Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Ecatepec (2001). He received the degree of Master of Science in Computer Engineering with a Specialty in Digital Systems (2004) and the degree of Doctor of Computer Science with a Specialty in Fuzzy Computer Architecture (2009) at the Center for Research in Computation (CIC) of the National Polytechnic Institute. He was a full-time professor at the Interdisciplinary Professional Unit in Engineering (UPIITA) and Advanced Technologies of the National Polytechnic Institute from 2008 to 2011. He is currently a member of the National System of Researchers (SNI) and works as a full-time research professor at the Center for Research in Applied Science and Advanced Technology (CICATA) Querétaro unit of the National Polytechnic Institute in the area of Mechatronics. It has several publications in indexed journals, international journals, national and international congresses, various lectures given, as well as various institutional research projects and bilateral cooperation related to fuzzy hardware systems. His current interests are: fuzzy logic and fuzzy systems, artificial intelligence, computer architecture, application-specific integrated circuits, embedded systems, instrumentation and control.
Hernández Navarro received her B.C. degree in Chemical Engineering, M.S. degree in Chemical Engineering Science, and a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering Science from the Technological Institute of Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico. She is a professor and researcher in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and belongs to the core of professors of the Master in Applied Innovation at the Technological Institute of Celaya. In addition, she collaborates with the Technological University Laja Bajio and the University of Celaya. She did a research stay at the Department of Polymer Research of Leartiker R&D research center, focusing on the development of polymeric composite materials for biomedical applications. She is currently doing a postdoctoral stay at the National Thermal Spray Center, CENAPROT, CINVESTAV, Queretaro. Her research areas focus on the development, physicochemical, mechanical, and wear characterization of bioceramic thermal spray coatings, thin films, composite coatings, biomaterials for bone tissue engineering, and the study of natural fiber-reinforced composites obtained by injection molding. She is currently Guest Editor of the SN Applied Science journal directing the special issue "Tribology: Science and Applications". As part of her outreach work, she holds workshops, exhibitions, and talks through the national association "More Science for Mexico", of which she is president since May 2017.
Dr. Rafael Martínez is SNI-1. He is associate professor at Universidad Tecnológica de la Mixteca, Institute of Physics and Mathematics. Research line: Luminescent properties in materials in the form of thin films and powders, obtained using the ultrasonic pyrolytic spray technique and the polyol method. Materials designed for applications in solid state lighting systems.
Dra. García studied the doctorate at the Autonomous University of Nuevo in Materials Engineering, among my main research activities are the processing of materials (ceramics) using laser as a heating source. As well as preparation of thin films by laser-assisted chemical deposit. She is a researcher at Conacyt Chairs at the Ensenada Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education (CICESE), where she belongs to the Optomechatronics group. Member of the national system of researchers SNI level 1. She has 15 publications in indexed journals.
Research lines: Biomaterials for tissue engineering and environmental remediation. Academic degree: PhD / Post-doctorate in tissue engineering, Post-doctorate in biomedical engineering, Post-doctorate in biomaterials. Bachelor's degree: Pharmaceutical Chemist Biologist, Universidad Autónoma Querétaro (UAQ). Master of Science with a specialty in materials, Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional (Cinvestav-Querétaro). Doctorate: Doctor of Science with a specialty in materials, Cinvestav-Querétaro.
Aníbal Pacheco received the Dr.-Ing degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Technische Universität Dresden (Chair for Electron Devices and Integrated Circuits), Germany in 2019 and the M. Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering and B. Eng. degree in Telecommunications and Electronics from the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Mexico, in 2011 and 2008, respectively. Since April 2019, he works as a postdoctoral researcher in the Computational Nanoelectronics Group at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain). His present research interests involve the characterization, parameter extraction, compact and numerical modeling of emerging transistor technologies (static and dynamic performance) with channels of one-dimension (carbon nanotubes) and two-dimensions (graphene, black phosphorus), as well as the high-frequency circuit design with these novel devices.
Dr. Iván Domínguez completed his Master's studies at the Faculty of Sciences of the UNAM, where he won the Gabino Barreda Medal for obtaining the highest average of his generation. He obtained the degree of Doctor of Science (Physics) at the same University; carrying out his research work at the Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Laboratory of the Institute of Physics, where at the end of his studies he was incorporated as a full-time Researcher. He completed a two-year postdoctoral stay in the United States, working for the Advanced Light Source at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Later in 1999 he made another postdoctoral stay working for the University of Nevada. In 2000 he was repatriated with the support of CONACYT to the National Metrology Center, where he served as Scientific Coordinator in the Time and Frequency Division; Work on the start-up and evaluation of systematic errors of the first cesium atomic clock in Mexico.
Dr. Antonio Camarillo is a mechanical electrical engineer, with a master's degree in energy engineering and a doctorate in engineering. As a professional experience, he has served as an operations and project engineer related to energy saving. Currently, he has been a full-time professor at the Faculty of Electrical Mechanical Engineering at the Universidad Veracruzana for 9 years. It has publications in indexed and refereed magazines, related to energy saving by optimizing the electrical voltage in motors, as well as the creation of virtual instruments to improve the use of engineering students. He is the author of several textbooks related to electrical engineering. Author of work (computer software) registered with the IMPI. Since September of this year, he has served as a member of the Technical Committee of the National Evaluation Center for Higher Education (CENEVAL) of the EGEL + D Electrical Engineering program.
Rafael Peña earned the Electrical Engineer degree in 2004, and later the MSc. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo, in 2006 and 2010, respectively. He is currently with the Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí as full-time professor-researcher. He has conducted research stays at the University of Strathclyde, Scotland (2007-2008) and at the Universidad de la Costa, Colombia (2018). Since 2012, He is member of the National System of Researchers of CONACYT, Mexico, in the Level I. His interests are the feasibility, analysis, modeling, and control of electrical power systems based on renewable energy sources.
José Porfirio González Farías is a Doctor in Technical Sciences of Industrial Engineering, in the Administration area, specializing in Senior Management and has a post-doctorate in Innovation Management. He has a master's degree in computer science and his professional training in the same area. He carries out research concerning strategies, organizational management and technological projects, Management Techniques, Business Intelligence, analytics and Business Process Modeling for the design and development of high-performance Business Information Systems.
Professor Martínez-Nolasco received his B.S. degree in Electronics Engineering from the Technological Institute of Guzman City, Jalisco, Mexico, in 2007; M.S. degree in Electronics Engineering from the Technological Institute of Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, in 2009; and a Ph.D. in Engineering Science from the Technological Institute of Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, in 2018. He is currently teacher and researcher in the Department of Mechatronics Engineering, Technological Institute of Celaya, his research interests include intelligent control, direct current microgrids and applications of fuzzy logic control.
Full-time research professor at the Polytechnic University of Sinaloa. SNI Candidate level. Research lines: a) biomass use of microalgae of the genus Chlorophyceae for the generation of value-added products under the concept of biorefineries, b) photovoltaic systems interconnected to the electrical grid: dimensioning, determination of electrical properties and quality of the energy delivered to the grid electrical.
Dr. María Andrade Aréchiga, has a degree in Educational Mathematics and Engineering in Communications and Electronics. He completed his Master's studies in Education with a specialty in Mathematics at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education and has a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education in Ensenada, Baja California. His research interests focus on Educational Technology, Virtual Learning Environments and Education in Mathematics. She is currently a full-time professor-researcher at the Faculty of Telematics at the University of Colima. Participates in the research lines of Intelligent Environments and Educational Technology. He has the distinction in the National System of Researchers with Level 1. He is part of the Academic Body in consolidation Applied Computational Intelligence.
Francisco J. Hernandez-Lopez received the B.E. degree in computer systems engineering from the San Luis Potosi Institute of Technology, México, in 2005. He received the M.Sc. and D.Sc. degrees in Computer Science from the Center for Research in Mathematics (CIMAT), México, in 2009 and 2014 respectively. Since 2014, he is in the Computer Science Department at the CIMAT, Mérida, México. His main interests are in the areas: computer vision, image and video processing, parallel computing and machine learning. He is fellow of the National System of Researchers (SNI) of the Mexican Government.
With a first degree on Physics (Theoretical Physics and Mathematics) and a MSc and PhD in Computer Science, I am interested on formalising and applying Artificial Intelligence methods to a wide range of subjects, such as Ambient Intelligence, Robotics, Mobile Computing, Education, Health, Mixed Reality, etc. Additionally, I am very interested on Innovation and entrepreneurship, Project Based Learning, Science Fiction Prototyping, and arts, specially music, painting, and arts+technology. Specialties: Mathematical Modelling, Optimisation, Cyclic Instability, Multi Agent Systems, Complexity.
Geovanni Martinez earned his doctoral degree in engineering (Dr.-Ing.) from the Institut fuer Theoretische Nachrichtentechnik und Informationsverarbeitung at the University of Hannover, Germany, in 1998. His doctoral thesis dealt with shape, motion and color estimation of articulated objects for video compression. His thesis supervisor was Prof. H.-G. Musmann. From August 2000 to June 2002, he conducted posdoctoral research work on optical tracking for teleoperation space applications at the University of Houston and NASA - Johnson Space Center. In 1997 he joined the Faculty at the University of Costa Rica, where he is now Full Professor. His research focusses on developing new computer vision-based systems for navigation of mobile robots, teleoperation of anthropomorphic robots, monitoring of bioprocesses, on-line inspection of manufactured parts and video compression at very low bit-rates. He is the founder and coordinator of the Image Processing and Computer Vision Research Laboratory. He is the recipient of the 2002 "Clodomiro Picado Twight" National Technology Award and in the year 2010 he was named Researcher of the Year in Engineering by the University of Costa Rica.
Masoud Barati is postdoctoral research associated with the school of computer science and informatics at Cardiff University. He involved the privacy-aware cloud ecosystems (PACE) project utilizing GDPR and Blockchain technology to enhance user privacy in cloud computing. He received his Ph.D. in computer science from Sherbrook University in May 2018. His Ph.D. thesis was about the orchestration of dynamic software components using a behavior composition framework. He has more than 20 manuscripts published in the well-known conferences and journals and is the reviewer of ICIW conferences and IEEE transactions on service computing journal. Moreover, he was a faculty member in the department of computer engineering at Azad University in Iran from Sep 2011 to Dec 2014. His research interests are service composition, distributed systems, Blockchain, formal methods, and ontology.
He is a post doctoral fellow at INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France. I'm working with the TITANE team in an ANR project named LOCA-3D (Localisation, Orientation and Cartographie 3D ). This project aims to provide robust and accurate localisation of an agent in the 3D world and to the generation of detailed 3D maps. He has been involved in autonomous navigation research and currently working on improving the estimation of trajectories and generation of accurate 3D maps using fusion of different sensors. These 3D maps will be useful as a database for mobile robotic platforms in order to perform autonomous navigation while updating the information of the maps.
José-Joel González-Barbosa was born in Guanajuato, Mexico, in 1974. He received the M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Guanajuato, Mexico, and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Telecommunications from National Polytechnic Institute of Toulouse, France, in 1998 and 2004, respectively. He is an Associate Professor at the CICATA Querétaro-IPN, Mexico, where he teaches courses in Computer Vision, Image Processing and Pattern Classification. His current research interests include perception and mobile robotics.
Felipe Trujillo-Romero received the Ph.D. degree in Informatics Systems from the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse France in 2008. At present, he is a full-time professor at the Department of Electronics Engineering, Universidad de Guanajuato. His research interests include Computer vision, Evolutionary Algorithms, Robotics, and Parallel Computing.
He received his BS degree in physics from the Puebla Autonomous University, and his MS and Ph.D. degrees in optics from the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics, and Electronics. He also has a postdoctoral Stays at the University of Santiago de Compostela from 1999 to 2000. And an investigation stays at the International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Trieste, Italia. He es an author and / or Coauthor of more than 80 publications: international scientific articles, long memoirs and / or book chapters. Teacher of more than 50 Engineering and Postgraduate courses. Institutions: Polytechnic University of Tulancingo (UPT), National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics and Electronics (INAOE).
Carina Toxqui-Quitl is an assistant professor at the Polytechnic University of Tulancingo. She received her BS degree from the Puebla Autonomous University, Mexico, in 2004. She received her MS and PhD degrees in optics from the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics, and Electronics in 2006 and 2010, respectively. Her current research areas include image moments, multifocus image fusion, wavelet analysis, and computer vision.
Biochemical Engineer and Master of Science with a Specialty in Food at the Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas del Instituto Politécnico Nacional. Doctor of Science with a Specialty in Biotechnology and Bioengineering at the Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional (CINVESTAV-IPN). Postdoctoral stay at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, working on the development of amperometric enzymatic biosensors for quality control in food. He has 18 years of experience in the food and pharmaceutical production area. Ten years as a teacher at the Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas del IPN, and fifteen years as a Research Professor at the (CIIDIR-IPN-MICH), where he is a full professor of the chairs on Food Safety and Agricultural Biotechnology. He has published ten articles in national magazines and 43 in international magazines.
Doctor in Chemical Biological Sciences, Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas del IPN. Professor at the Instituto Politécnico Nacional from 2001 to date, currently attached to the Unidad Profesional Interdisciplinaria de Ingeniería Campus Zacatecas. She collaborates with the Environmental Engineering and Food Engineering programs. She has developed projects on the isolation of secondary metabolites from plants with biological activities, soil and water bioremediation, and the evaluation of growth-promoting bacteria. She is currently collaborating in a nanoparticle synthesis project using microbial systems.
Manuel Vázquez Vázquez holds a degree in Pharmacy from the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain) and a PhD in Food Science and Technology from the University of Vigo (Spain). He is also graduate Food Science and Technology and Master in Chemical Engineering by the University of Vigo. He has been professor at the University of Vigo (Spain) and the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas (Mexico). He is currently a Professor of the University of Santiago de Compostela with destination in the Faculty of Veterinary Science in the Campus of Lugo. He has the following research interest: a) Biotechnological production of food additives and components and b) Application of additives and new emerging technology in fishing products technology and packaging technology.
Dr. Marcela Gaytan studied Pharmacobiology Chemistry and Master in Food Science and Technology at the Faculty of Chemical Sciences of the Autonomous University of Coahuila. Later, she did a Doctorate in Advanced Technology at the National Polytechnic Institute. She worked for 15 years at CIVNESTAV as the manager of the Food Physicochemistry laboratory. Currently, she am working as a research professor at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Autonomous University of Querétaro. She have dedicated myself to teaching and research in the area of Food Science and Technology. She have extensive experience in the development of food products, in the evaluation and implementation of alternative and conventional technologies, innovation in the development of the concept of products, formulations, prototypes, and sensory evaluation.
Dr. Vázquez did his PhD studies at Oregon State University, United States, in Flavor and Fragrance Chemistry. He is currently a Researcher at the Center for Research in Applied Science and Advanced Technology of the National Polytechnic Institute, Querétaro unit. 15 Research Articles published. 20 research projects linked to the industry. Head of the Flavors and Fragrances Research Laboratory, which provides analytical services to companies, universities and research centers throughout the country.
Doctor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico de Celaya. She currently works as a Professor-Researcher at the Autonomous University of Querétaro, and is National Researcher Level 2 of the National System of Researchers (CONACYT-Mexico). She has published 35 indexed international articles, 12 book chapters, as well as a book on Production processes of renewable aviation fuel production (Elsevier). She is member of the Editorial Board of Applied Soft Computing Journal, as well as reviewer of 25 indexed international journals, and collaborator on the subject of biofuels in the last two editions of the National Development Plan. She leads the research group Sustainable Biofuels Production Processes, which focuses on the optimal conversion of biomass for the production of bioenergetics considering environmental, social, economic, security, as well as supply chain aspects. Moreover, she maintains active collaborations with institutions of higher education, research centers, as well as national and international companies.
Ericka Santacruz Juárez studied Industrial chemistry at the Autonomous University of Tlaxcala. She obtained the Ph.D. degree from the Chemistry Department of the Benemerita Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico, in the field of Organic Chemistry. Posdoctoral Fellow at Morelos State University in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Since 2008 she is working as Professor at Biotechnology Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Tlaxcala, Mexico. Her research focuses on supramolecular assemblies of tin compounds and organic synthesis. She belongs to the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores in the level I.
He is a Food Engineer, M.Sc. Food Science and Technology, and hold a Ph.D. In Food Science. He is an international researcher focused on multidisciplinary teamwork. During his undergraduate degree, he participated in an international academic visiting at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) and the University of Barcelona, focusing on Food design and technology. During his Ph.D. degree, he was part of the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Dr. De Mejia's Laboratory) were he standardized a novel in vitro Transwell technique to quantify the modulation of the NLRP3 inflammasome markers by a corn and bean snack.
Ph.D., Mississippi State University
M.S., Mississippi State University
B.S., Mississippi State University
Technologist in Chemical Processes, IUT (Caracas, Venezuela)
Processing and quality evaluation and optimization of foods
Food safety systems development and evaluation
Food products functionality
By products utilization: food, feed, energy sources
Aquaculture foods, fruits and vegetables, others