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     Date Submitted:15-07-2009
     Last Modified:20-07-2009 (05:08)
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     Current job:MEng in Telecommunications
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsStatistical processing fields (including signal, array antennas, image and voice processing), pattern recognition, object and face detection, antenna design, radar systems, radio and space communication links, GNSS, wireless and mobile communication stand
    CV

    Education

    2008-2009  Technical University of Catalonia (ETSETB-UPC, Barcelona, Spain)

    Master thesis “Video-based face recognition using multiple face orientations”

    2006-2008  Technical University of Catalonia (ETSETB-UPC, Barcelona, Spain)

    MEng in Electronics and Communications Engineering

    2006-2006  Autonomous University of Barcelona (ETSE-UAB, Barcelona, Spain)

    Bachelor thesis “Reconfigurable air interface for B3G/4G systems based on Software Defined Radio techniques”

    2003-2006  Autonomous University of Barcelona (ETSE-UAB, Barcelona, Spain)

    BEng (Hons) in Electronics and Communications Engineering

     

     

    Work Positions

    March 2009 – July 2009          Technical University of Catalonia, Signal and Communications Theory Department (Barcelona, Spain)

    Research collaboration fellowship granted by the Image Processing Group (GPI-TSC, UPC). Implementation of a real-time face recognition and identification system as a part of the Hesperia project (https://www.proyecto-hesperia.org/, in Spanish).

     

    April 2007 –    now                Inst. mant. ind. Edison S.A. (Gava, Barcelona, Spain)

    A local company dedicated to industrial installations. Working as a consultant in security and low voltage installations, telecommunication systems, electronic devices, computer and network management and new technologies.

     

    Skills

    Telecommunications

    Wide knowledge in statistical processing fields (including signal, array antennas, image and voice processing), pattern recognition, object and face detection, antenna design, radar systems, radio and space communication links, GNSS, wireless and mobile communication standards, network planning, electronic circuits.

    Programming

    C, C++, Java, Matlab, VHDL, Pascal, HTML, PHP, JavaScript.

     

    Tools

    MS Office and OpenOffice suites, LaTeX, 3D STUDIO MAX, AutoCAD, LabVIEW, PSpice.

     

    Operating Systems

    Linux and Windows.

     

     

    Language skills

    Notation ( 1 beginner – 5 native )

     

    Spoken

    Read

    Written

    English

    4

    4

    4

    Spanish

    5

    5

    5

    Catalan

    5

    5

    5

    German*

    1

    1

    1

    Portuguese

    2

    2

    1

    Italian

    2

    2

    1

     

    * Currently learning this language.

     

    Interests

    • Photography, traveling, cooking, translation and languages.


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