Francisco Angel Moreno Dueñas

Post-Doc Researcher

Short Bio

I was born in Linares (Jaén, Spain) in 1981, and received the BSc. degree in Technical Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Jaén in 2002. Then I moved to Málaga and received the MSc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the University of Málaga in 2007.

In late 2008, I received a FPU grant from the Spanish administration to perform my PhD in the University of Málaga, associated to the Machine Perception and Intelligent Robotics group of the Department of System Engineering and Automation.

I received the PhD. degree in 2015 with my work Stereo Visual SLAM for Mobile Robots Navigation under the supervision of Prof. Javier González and Dr. José-Luis Blanco.

My research interests include

Go to my resume, my software skills or my publications.

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Francisco-Angel Moreno
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Post-Doc at System Engineering and Automation Dpt. - University of Málaga
HTS of Computer Science Engineering, Lab. 2.3.6i, Teatinos Campus - 29071 Málaga

Post-Doc en Dpto. Ingeniería de Sistemas y Automática - Universidad de Málaga
ETSI Informática - Telecomunicaciones, Lab. 2.3.6i, Campus de Teatinos - 29071 Málaga

Short resume

During my PhD period I have been enrolled in a number of research projects:

I have also performed two short research stays:

  • Jan'13 - Mar'13 » Research stay in Lincoln (UK) (3 months) working on GPS and laser-sensing fusion for improved control of agricultural spraying booms, under the supervision of Dr. Tom Duckett and Dr. Grzegorz Cielniak.
  • Sep'10 - Dec'10 » Research stay in Bristol (UK) (3 months) studying keypoint descriptors for camera localization, under the supervision of Dr. Walterio Mayol-Cuevas and Dr. Andrew Calway.
Software development

Programming languages
» C, C++, HTML, PHP, Matlab, Python, Java.

Programming IDEs
» Visual Studio (Windows) and Code::Blocks (Linux).

Software libraries
» MRPT (developer), OpenCV, Eigen, PCL.

Robotic frameworks
» OpenMora (developer).

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.