Work Experience

March 2018 - present: Electronic Engineer at TST Sistemas

Santander, Spain.

TST Sistemas is an expert company developing IoT (Internet Of Thing) products. TST Sistemas has an important background, knowledge and experience, so it is the perfect partner for helping you out in developing your new IoT product, as well as everything related to electronics.

I am currently working as a project manager and I am in charge of managing different projects. Due to my varied experience in different kind of projects, I am able to manage hardware and firmware designs: electronic system design, schematics and PCB design, as well as embedded system design.

My tasks as a project manager are:

August 2017 - February 2018: R&D Electronic Engineer at Celestia Technologies Group

Santander, Spain.

After the absorption of Tedesys by Celestia Technologies Group, I continued with my tasks and R&D projects pending completion.

August 2014 - July 2017: R&D Electronic Engineer at TEDESYS

Santander, Spain.

Tedesys is a company with different services, like for example, MPSoC platform-based design, integration HW/SW, implementation on programmable logic devices, FPGA/ASIC design, printed circuit design, embedded SW development, operating systems and drivers, video processing and video processing architectures for 3D.

I joined Tedesys in 2014 working as a project manager. I was in charge of different kind of projects, being in charge of HW design: electronic system design, schematics and PCB design, as well as being in charge of embedded design systems based on Linux and FreeRTOS.

April 2008 - June 2013: Electronic Engineer at Vista Silicon

Santander, Spain.

Vista Silicon is a technology-based company, specialized in video and audio processing.

I joined Vista Silicon in 2008 working as an electronic engineer. I was in charge of the following tasks:

November 2003 - March 2008: Automation/Electronics Engineer at TRASMELEC

Santander, Spain.

TRASMELEC is an electrical engineering company expert in automation processes, industrial instrumentation and industrial electrical installations.

I joined Trasmelec in 2003 working as an automation/electronics engineer. I was in charge of the following tasks:

January 2002 - October 2003: Intern I3PG at IFCA (Instituto de Física de Cantabria)

Santander, Spain.

Postgraduate Scholar I3PG CSIC (Superior Council of Scientific Research), for the development of the research: “Analysis of the systematic effects in the subsequent modules of amplification at 30 and 44 GHz.”, framed within the project of the ESA: “Radiometers of the Planck Mission at 30 and 44 GHz.”.

June 2001 - December 2001: HW/SW Engineer at CSIC (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas)

Santander, Spain.

Development of software and hardware of a data acquisition system. Contracted by the CSIC, a project included in the Planck Mission of the ESA (European Space Agency): “Radiometers of the Planck Mission at 30 and 44 GHz” (PNE-025/2001-C-01).

July 2000 - November 2000: Course Director at AUDYOLIS S.L.

Santander, Spain.

Teaching and responsible for the course: “Application Development”, with a duration of 300 hours and funded by the European Social Fund.

Course content:


Languages

Advanced English Certificate

EOI Santander: B2 Level.


Education

Electronic Engineer 2003 - 2006

The University of Basque Country.

Degree in Physical Sciences: 1994 - 2000

The University of Cantabria.


Courses

May 2010: Development of Embedded Linux Systems

The Autonomous University of Madrid. Duration: 24H.

November 2003: Programmable Logic Controllers

Occupational Training Centre of Torrelavega. Duration: 270H.

November 2001: Industrial application for microcontrollers and DSP

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 100H.

November 2000: Case tools for Industrial software development

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 100H.


PhD Courses 2001-2002

Concurrent Programming

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 30H.

Algorithms and tools for testing integrated circuits

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 30H.

Algorithms a Digital Signal Processing

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 30H.

Technical design for digital circuits.

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 30H.

Analysis and OOP in Real Time.

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 40H.

Algorithms in C for Digital Signal Processing

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 30H.

Data acquisition with Digital Signal Processing

The University of Cantabria. Duration: 30H.