Research and development of wearable technology and motion tracking algorithms applied to VR/AR systems.
Exoskeleton and Prosthetic Intelligent Controls (EPIC). Design updates and manufacturing of active lower-limb prostheses. Development of impedance control and parameter tuning. Intelligent models for automatic assistance in locomotion. Mentoring students affiliated with the lab.
Research intern in Facebook Reality Labs
Capstone Design. ME4182 - Undergraduate Level, final year course. Lecturing in control theory oriented to applications of machine design in the capstone projects.
Mechatronics (ME6405 - Graduate level). Preparation of teaching materials and conducting training sessions in the laboratory.
Teaching courses in areas of CAD/CAM, Dynamics and Experimental methods. Faculty advisor for the robotics team ROBOCOL and undergraduate final degree projects.
3D Printing (IMEC3501 - Impresión 3D). Undergraduate summer course on 3D printing.
Teaching the course Graphic Design In Engineering (IMEC1503 - Undergraduate Level). Tools and techniques in CAD/CAM.
Design and fabrication of a circuit board for strain-gauge processing in a suspension test bench.
Researcher in the Aerial Munition and Intelligent Systems. Development of methods for explotion effect determination. Computational tools for CFD-based analysis of aerial munition.
Teaching assistant for the courses Experimental Engineering, and Thermodynamics II.
Ph.D. Thesis: Sensor fusion representation of locomotion biomechanics: applications in control of lower limb prostheses.
M. Sc. Thesis: Dynamic simulation of unmanned aerial vehicle based on CFD.
Final Project: Design of a node for wireless sensor network (WSN)
Final Project: Prehensile robotic hand controlled by mechanomyography signal