Other research topics

  • Self-evaluation driven by the development of collaborative contents in subjects of the Computer Architecture and Technology area.

    Funded by: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (8th call on economical funding for the innovation and improvement of teaching).
    Duration: Academical year 2012/2013.
    Principal investigator: Dr Isaac Martín de Diego.

    It is basically a teaching innovation project with which we intend to improve the academical performance of the students of subjects of the Computer Architecture and Technology area.

 

  • Encouragement of creativity in subjects of the Computer Architecture and Technology area applied to programmable hardware-based projects by means of a Blended Learning methodology and problem based learning.

    Funded by: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (7th call on economical funding for the innovation and improvement of teaching).
    Duration: Academical year 2011/2012.
    Principal investigator: Dr Ángel Serrano Sánchez de León.

It is basically a teaching innovation project with which we intend to improve the academical performance of the students of subjects of the Computer Architecture and Technology area.

 

  • Problem-based learning methodology with business role-playing aplied to teaching in the Computer Architecture and Technology area in degrees on Computer Science.

    Funded by: Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (6th call on economical funding for the innovation and improvement of teaching).
    Duration: Academical year 2010/2011.
    Principal investigator: Dr Cristina Conde Vilda.

    It is basically a teaching innovation project with which we intend to improve the academical performance of the students of subjects of the Computer Architecture and Technology area.

 

  • Development of a computer vision system for rocks size detection.

    Funded by: ENUSA (Spanish Uranium National Enterprise).
    Duration: November 1, 1997 - October 31, 1998.

    In this project we developed a video sensor able to estimate the size of mine rocks transported on a conveyor belt. If the size of a rock exceeded a critical threshold, it could get stuck, the system stopped the belt and an human operator was notified with an alarm.

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  • Development of Computer Algorithms to Control a Weelchair through the Movement of the Head by Artificial Vision, R. Fuentes Covarrubias, A. Gerardo Fuentes Covarrubias, C. Conde Vilda, I. Martin de Diego, E. Cabello. Proceedings of the International Conference on Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications (SIGMAP), July, 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Introducción al diseño por ordenador, E. Cabello Pardos. Salamanca University Press, 1992.

 

 

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