Researcher and Lecturer at the National University of Technology (Mendoza, Argentina). Expert on signal processing, navigation systems, GNSS and inertial sensors. More than 10 years of experience in applied research. C and MATLAB programming skills. Industry-relevant knowledge in machine learning. Main developer of NaveGo, an open-source MATLAB toolbox for processing integrated navigation systems and performing inertial sensors analysis (https://github.com/rodralez/navego).
- Institute of Automation (INAUT), National University of San Juan, Argentina 2015
Ph.D. Thesis: Low-energy, FPGA-based Kalman filter for navigation systems of autonomous robots. Grade point average: 10/10.
- National University of Technology, Mendoza, Argentina 2005
Final Project: uMACAW, design and implementation of an ad-hoc wireless protocol for 8-bit microcontrollers. Grade point average: 7.29/10.
- National University of Cuyo, Department of Mechatronics Engineering, Mendoza, Argentina 2015 - Present
Researcher and lecturer on undergraduate courses on modeling of mechatronics systems, advanced topics in control systems design, digital signal processing, the basics of operating systems and computer networks.