I was born in Schaffhausen (Switzerland) in 1990 and moved to Spain in 1998. My pashion for electronics pushed me to study at the University of Malaga, where I received a B.Sc in Industrial Engineering specialized in Electronics in 2012 and a B.Sc in Electronic Engineering in 2014.
I joined the MAPIR research group in 2014, where I started working with Autonomous Drones, and lately, Chemical Sensor Arrays (aka. eNoses) and Laser Range-finder odometry among other projects.
2014 - TodayMachine Perception and Intelligent Robotics (MAPIR) research group at the University of Malaga (Engineering and Automation Department). Tasks: Development of an autonomous aerial vehicle capable of on-board computation, and, development of a modular and self-arbitrated sensor network for research on electro-chemical sensors and odor detection.
2009 - 2012B.Sc in Industrial Engineering specialized in Electronics (Ingeniero Técnico Industrial esp. Electrónica Industria) at the University of Malaga
2012 - 2014 B.Sc in Electronic Engineering (Ingeniero Industrial en Electrónica) at the University of Malaga.
2014 - TodayMaster in Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence at the University of Malaga
Mobile Robot Programming Toolkit provides developers with portable and well-tested applications and libraries covering data structures and algorithms employed in common robotics research areas. It is open source, released under the BSD license.
Open Mobile Robot Arquitecture (OpenMORA), is a MOOS and MRPT-based lightweight distributed architecture.
Drone 1. Enhancement of a commercial multicopter for autonomous navigation. We used an UDOO-quad as on-board computer (4 core 1GHz cortex A9), and an RGB-D camera to track and follow a color beacon. Read more...