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  GARCIA GOMEZ, GABRIEL JESUS

Brief curriculum
GARCIA GOMEZ, GABRIEL JESUS

Personal data

E-mail:
Tel. No.
+34 965903400 x 1094
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Current professional activity

Position:
PROFESOR/A TITULAR UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
Institutes:
I.U. INVESTIGACION INFORMATICA
Groups:
UNESCO Code:
331005 - Ingeniería de procesos
120322 - Sistemas de control de producción
120305 - Sistemas automatizados de producción

Academic background

  • Doctor por la Universidad de Alicante
    Centro de Estudios de Doctorado y Posgrado (25/03/2010)
  • Diploma de Estudios Avanzados (DEA)
    Centro de Estudios de Doctorado y Postgrado (Doctorado), Universidad de Alicante (12/07/2007)
  • Certificado de Aptitud Pedagógica (CAP) para la docencia en Enseñanza Secundaria
    Instituto de Ciencias de la Educación, Universidad de Alicante (01/06/2007)
  • Experto Universitario en Robótica y Visión por Computador
    Centro de Estudios de Doctorado y Postgrado (Estudios propios), Universidad de Alicante (15/07/2006)
  • Ingeniero en Informática
    Escuela Politécnica Superior de Alicante (01/03/2005)
  • Coneixements de Valencià, Grau Elemental (Nivell B1)
    Junta Qualificadora de Coneixements de Valencià (01/06/1995)

Gabriel J. García Gómez earned his Undergraduate Degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Alicante in 2005. He received the first OMRON Award for Research Initiation and Innovation in Automation Engineering for the work undertaken during his final-year undergraduate project. It was then that he started his research activity, mainly concerned with the visual control of robot manipulators and artificial vision. In 2006 Mr García became a University Researcher Training fellow, in a programme run by the Valencia Region Government, and in 2008 he started working as an assistant lecturer at the UA Department of Physics, Systems Engineering and Signal Theory (DFISTS). In 2010 he received his joint PhD Degree in Automation Engineering and Robotics. In 2011 his thesis, dealing with the visual-strength control of robot manipulators, won him the Spanish Automation Engineering Committee's second Spanish award for the best PhD thesis on robotics of 2010. He was a PhD assistant lecturer at DFISTS from 2010 to 2015, when he became a PhD temporary lecturer. At present, Mr García is a senior university lecturer. He has taken part in ten R&D projects, in the framework of national and regional public calls for proposals, and has authored many publications in renowned journals and conferences. A member of the Spanish Automation Engineering Committee and the University Institute for Computer Engineering Research, he has also directed the UA Master's Degree in Automation Engineering and Robotics since January 2018.