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    Personal BIRTH DATE: December 30th 1983

    NATIONALITY: Spanish

    MARITAL STATUS: Single

    Education EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY AND

    TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CARTAGENA Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

    PhD student in Microwave Engineering, under European Space Agency’s Networking/

    Partnering Initiative (NPI), 2009 - Present.

    TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CARTAGENA Cartagena, Spain.

    Master of Advanced Studies in Microwave Engineering (Program with Spanish

    Quality Award), 2007-2008.

    TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CARTAGENA Cartagena, Spain.

    Telecommunication/Electronic Engineering degree, 2001-2006

    Diploma subject: "Filter Synthesis using Coupling Matrix Method, and Application

    to the Design of Multilayer Transversal Filters".

    Work Experience

    September 2009 – August 2010 (12 months)

    EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (ESA/ESTEC)

    MILLIMITER WAVE SECTION IN THE PAYLOAD DIVISION

    Noordwijk, The Netherlands

    PhD Student under ESA’s Networking/Partenirng Initiative together with

    the Technical University of Cartagena.

    Subject: Synthesis and Investigation of Novel Filter Topologies and Application

    to Space Systems.

    September 2008 – August 2009 (12 months)

    EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (ESA/ESTEC)

    MILLIMITER WAVE SECTION IN THE PAYLOAD DIVISION

    Noordwijk, The Netherlands

    Young Graduate Trainee (Supervisor Dr. Christoph Ernst).

    Collaboration in several ESA projects and research work focused on microwave

    filter theory.

    June 2007 – August 2008 (14 months)

    TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CARTAGENA

    ELECTROMAGNETICS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS GROUP

    Cartagena, Murcia, Spain

    Research Assistant.

    Research interests: Filter synthesis methods, Printed microstrip filters, Radiation,

    Waveguide filters, Analysis and design of radiofrequency circuits.

    March 2007 – May 2007 (3 months)

    TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF CARTAGENA AND EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY (ESA/ESTEC)

    Cartagena, Murcia, Spain

    Research assistant.

    Project "New investigations of RF breakdown in Microwave Transmission Lines". Ref. AO/1-5086/06/NL/GLC.

    Refereed Journals Papers

    1. M. Martínez Mendoza, Christoph Ernst, Jose Antonio Lorente Acosta

    and A. Álvarez Melcón, “On the Relation Between Stored Energy and

    Fabrication Tolerances in Microwave Filters”. IEEE Microwave Theory

    and Techniques. Submitted, 2011.

    2. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, D. Cañete Rebenaque, A. Álvarez

    Melcón and Smain Amari, “A Systematic Algorithm for the Design

    of HybridWaveguide-Microstrip Transversal Microwave Filters", IET Microwaves,

    Antennas and Propagation. Accepted, 2011.

    3. D. Cañete Rebenaque, M. Martínez Mendoza, Juan Pascual Garcia,

    Juan Sebastian Gomez Diaz and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Novel Implementations

    for Microstrip Resonator Filters in Transversal and Alternative

    Topologies". IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques. vol. 59, Issue 2,

    pp. 242-249, December, 2010.

    4. J. Hinojosa, F. Quesada Pereira, M. Martínez Mendozaand A. Álvarez

    Melcón, “Optimization-Oriented Design of RF/Microwave Circuits Using

    Inverse Linear Input Neuro-Fuzzy-Output Space Mapping with Two Different

    Dimensionality Simulators", IEEE Transactopms pm CAS I, vol.

    58, Issue 1, pp. 176-185, January, 2011.

    5. J. Antonio Lorente Acosta, M. Martínez Mendozaand C. Ernst, “Single

    Part Microwave Filters Made From Selective Laser Melting", ESA

    Working Paper 2367, October 2009.

    6. J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, F.D. Quesada Pereira and

    A. Álvarez Melcón, “Efficient Calculation of the Green’s functions for

    Multi-layered Shielded Cavities with Right Isosceles-Triangular Cross-

    Section", IET Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation, vol. 3, Issue 5, pp.

    736-741, doi:10.1049 iet map.2008.0081, August, 2009.

    7. M. Martínez Mendozaand C. Ernst, “Prescribed Insertion Loss Filters

    with Finite Q Response", ESA Working Paper 2364, June 2009.

    8. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez-Díaz, D. Cañete Rebenaque and

    A. Álvarez Melcón “Design of Dual-Bandpass HybridWaveguide-Microstrip

    Microwave Filters", IEEE Trans. Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol.

    56, Is-sue 12, pp. 2913-2920, December, 2008.

    9. J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, F.J. Pérez Soler and A. Álvarez

    Melcón, “An Interpolated Spatial Images Method for the Analysis

    of Multilayered Shielded Microwave Circuits", Microwave and Optical

    Technology Letters, vol. 50, n. 9, pp. 2294-2300, September 2008.

    10. D. Cañete Rebenaque, M. Martínez Mendoza, J.L. Gómez Tornero, J. P.

    Garcia and A. Álvarez Melcón “Analysis and Implementation of Different

    Topologies of Transversal Filters in Planar Technology", Radio Science,

    vol. 43, RS4021, August, 2008.

    11. J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, F.D. Quesada Pereira, F.J.

    Perez Soler and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Practical Implementation of the Spatial

    Images Technique for the Analysis of Shielded Multilayered Printed

    Circuits". IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 56, Issue 1, pp.

    131-141, January 2008.

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    12. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, D. C. Rebenaque, J.L. Gómez

    Tornero and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Design of Bandpass Transversal Filters

    Employing a Novel Hybrid Structure”. IEEE Microwave Theory and

    Techniques, vol. 55, Issue 12, pp. 2670-2678, December 2007.

    13. F. J. Pérez Soler, M. Martínez Mendoza, F.D. Quesada Pereira, D. Cañete

    Rebenaque, A. Álvarez Melcón and R.J. Cameron “Design of Bandpass elliptic

    filters Employing InductiveWindows and Dielectric Objects". IEEE

    Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol. 55, Issue 11, pp. 2392-2398, November

    2007

    Conference

    Proceedings

    Papers

    1. M. Martínez Mendoza, Jose Antonio Lorente, A. Álvarez Melcón and C.

    Ernst, “Prediction of Fabrication Yield from Low-Pass Prototype in a Butterworth

    Direct-Coupled Cavity Filter", IEEE 41st European Microwave

    Conference, Manchester, UK, 9-14 October 2011.

    2. Juan Hinojosa, M. Martínez Mendoza, F. D. Quesada Pereira and A. Álvarez

    Melcón, “Optimization Tool Between 2-D and 3-D EM Simulators:

    Application to the Design of Dielectric Loaded Filters", IEEE 41st European

    Microwave Conference, Manchester, UK, 9-14 October 2011.

    3. M. Martínez Mendoza, A. Álvarez Melcón and C. Ernst, “Investigation

    of the Relationship between Sensitivity and Stored Energy", IEEE 40th

    European Microwave Conference, Paris, France, 26 September-1 October 2010.

    4. J. Mateu, A. Padilla, C. Collado, M. Martínez Mendoza, E. Rocas, C.

    Ernst and J. M. O’Callaghan, “Synthesis of 4th Order Lossy Filters with

    Uniform Q Distribution", IEEE International Microwave Symposium Digest,

    Anaheim, California, USA, May 2010.

    5. M. Martínez Mendoza, A. Álvarez Melcón and C. Ernst„ Ïnvestigation

    of the Relationship between Sensitivity and Stored Energy", First

    Networking/Partnering Day in ESTEC, ESA, The Netherlands, January 2010.

    6. Jose Antonio Lorente, M. Martínez Mendoza, Axel Zafra Petersson, L.

    Pambaguian, A. Álvarez Melcón and C. Ernst„ "Single Part Microwave

    Filters Made From Selective Laser Melting", First Networking/Partnering

    Day in ESTEC, ESA, The Netherlands, January 2010.

    7. M. Martínez Mendoza, A. Álvarez Melcón and C. Ernst, “Investigation

    of the Relationship between Sensitivity and Stored Energy", International

    Workshop on Microwave Filters, Toulousse (France), November, 2009.

    8. J. Mateu, A. Padilla, M. Martínez Mendoza, E. Rocas, J. M. O’Callaghan

    and C. Ernst, “Direct Synthesis of Lossy Filters : Use for 4th Order Filters

    with Uniform Q Distribution", InternationalWorkshop on Microwave Filters,

    Toulousse (France), November, 2009.

    9. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, D. Cañete Rebenaque, A. Álvarez

    Melcón and Smain Amari, “A Highly Selective Hybrid Waveguide

    Microstrip Transversal Microwave Filter", International Workshop on

    Microwave Filters, Toulousse (France), November, 2009.

    10. D. Cañete Rebenaque, M. Martínez Mendoza, J. Pascual García, J. S.

    Gómez Díaz and A. Álvarez Melcón “Novel Implementations for Microstrip

    Resonator Filters in Transversal Topology", IEEE 39th European Microwave

    Conference, Roma, Italy, 28 September-2 October 2009.

    11. J. A. Lorente, M. Martínez Mendoza, Axel Zafra Petersson, Laurent

    Pambaguian, A. Álvarez Melcón and Christoph Ernst “Single Part Microwave

    Filters Made from Selective Laser Melting", IEEE 39th European

    Microwave Conference, Roma, Italy, 28 September-2 October 2009.

    12. M. Martínez Mendoza, D. Cañete Rebenaque, F.J. Perez Soler and A. Álvarez

    Melcón “Novel Broadside Trisection Filters Employing Nonresonating

    Nodes", IEEE 38th European Microwave Conference, Amsterdam,

    The Netherlands, October 2008.

    13. M. Martínez Mendoza, F.J. Perez Soler, J. S. Gómez Díaz, F. D. Quesada

    Pereira, A. Álvarez Melcón and Richard Cameron “Enhanced topology for

    the design of bandpass elliptic filters employing inductive windows and

    dielectric objects", IEEE International Microwave Symposium Digest,

    Atlanta, Georgia, USA, June 2008.

    14. J. S. Gómez-Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, F. D. Quesada Pereira, J. Pascual

    Garcia, F.J. Pérez Soler and A. Álvarez Melcón “Numerical evaluation

    of the Green’s functions for arbitrarily shaped enclosures", IEEE

    International Microwave Symposium Digest, Honolulu, Hawai, USA, 6-

    11 June 2007.

    15. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, D. Cañete Rebenaque, J. L.

    Gómez Tornero and A. Álvarez Melcón “Design of a Bandpass Transversal

    Filter Employing a Novel HybridWaveguide-Printed Structure", IEEE

    International Microwave Symposium Digest, Honolulu, Hawai, USA, 6-

    11 June 2007.

    Spanish National Journals

    1. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, J. A. Lorente and A. Álvarez

    Melcón, “Predicción de la Sensibilidad Ante Tolerancias de Fabricación en

    un Filtro Guia-Onda Butterworth". Revista IV Jornada de Introducción

    a la Investigación, UPCT, 2011. Accepted.

    2. J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, J. A. Lorente and A. Álvarez

    Melcón, “Nueva Condición Circuital para el Diseño de Antenas CRLH

    LWque presenten una Tasa de Radiación Constante en todo el Espacio".

    Revista IV Jornada de Introducción a la Investigación, UPCT, 2011. Accepted.

    3. J. A. Lorente, M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. G. Vigueras,

    A. Shahvarpour, A. Martínez Ros, M. Jiménez Nogales, R. Guzmán Quirós,

    y A. Álvarez Melcón, “Filtros de Microondas de una Sola Pieza Realizados

    Mediante Fundido Selectivo por Láser". Revista III Jornadas Introducción

    a la Investigación UPCT, Ed. Áglaya, ISSN 1888-8356, Depósito

    Legal: Mu-1618-2008, May, 2010.

    4. J. S. Gomez Diaz, M. G. Vigueras, A. Shahvarpour, M. Martínez Mendoza,

    J. A. Lorente, A. Martínez Ros, M. Jiménez Nogales, R. Guzmán

    Quirós y A. Álvarez Melcón, “Antena Leaky-Wave en Guía-Onda basada

    en Metamateriales: Método de Análisis y Diseño y Validación Experimental".

    Revista III Jornadas Introducción a la Investigación UPCT, Ed.

    Áglaya, ISSN 1888-8356, Depósito Legal: Mu-1618-2008, May, 2010.

    5. J. S. Gomez Diaz, F. J. Perez Soler, J. Pascual Garcia, D. Cañete Rebenaque,

    M. Martínez Mendoza, J. L. Gomez Tornero, C. Caloz and A. Álvarez

    Melcón, “Estudio de la Propagación y Radiación de Pulsos Temporales

    en Líneas de Transmisión basadas en Metamateriales CRLH". TelecoForum,

    UPCT, Ed.Áglaya ISSN1698-2924. Dep.Legal MU-1447-2004,

    Vol.6. December, 2008.

    6. P. Vera Castejón, J. S. Gomez Diaz, F. D. Quesada Pereira, F J. Perez

    Soler, J. Pascual Garcia, D. Cañete Rebenaque, M. Martínez Mendoza,

    J. L. Gomez Tornero and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Medidas sobre Canales

    Analógicos y Digitales de Televisión y su Interpretación para la Correcta

    Planificación de Sistemas de Recepción". TelecoForum, UPCT, Ed.Áglaya

    ISSN1698-2924. Dep.Legal MU-1447-2004, Vol.6. December, 2008.

    7. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, D. C. Rebenaque, F. J. Pérez

    Soler, J. P. García, J. L. Gómez Tornero, F.D. Quesada Pereira, P. V. Castejón

    and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Diseño de Filtros Transversales de Segundo

    Orden Empleando la Novedosa Tecnología Híbrida Guidaonda-Microstrip".

    TelecoForum, UPCT, pp. 63-64 December, 2007.

    8. P. Vera Castejón, F. Quesada Pereira, D. Cañete Rebenaque, J. Pascual

    Garcia, M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gomez Diaz, F. J. Perez Soler, J.

    L. Gomez Tornero, y A. Álvarez Melcón, “Estudio de las Modulaciones

    Utilizadas en el Sistema de Televisión Digital Terrestre". TelecoForum,

    UPCT, vol. 5. ISSN 1698-2924 December, 2007.

    Spanish National Confs.

    1. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. A. Lorente, J. S. Gomez Diaz, D. Cañete Rebenaque,

    A. Álvarez Melcón and Christoph Ernst, “Prediccion de la Sensibilidad

    ante Tolerancias de FAbricación en un Filtro Guía Onda Butterworth",

    XXVI Simposium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional

    de Radio URSI 2011. 7-9 September 2011, Madrid, Spain.

    2. J. S. Gomez Diaz, M. G. Vigueras, M. Martínez Mendozaand A. Álvarez

    Melcón “Nueva condición circuital para el diseño de antenas CRLH LW

    con una tasa de radiación constante", XXVI Simposium Nacional de la

    Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2011. 7-9 September 2011,

    Madrid, Spain.

    3. Juan Hinojosa, M. Martínez Mendoza, F. D. Quesada Pereira and A. Álvarez

    Melcón “Técnica de Optimización entre Simuladores en 2-D y 3-D:

    Aplicación al diseño de filtros cargados con dieléctrico", XXVI Simposium

    Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2011. 7-9

    September 2011, Madrid, Spain.

    4. D. Cañete Rebenaque, M. Martínez Mendoza, J. Pascual García, Juan

    S. Gómez Díaz and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Nuevas Implementaciones de Filtros

    Microstrip en Topología Transversal", XXIV Simposium Nacional de

    la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2009. 16-18 September

    2009, Santander, Spain.

    5. M. Martínez Mendoza, D. Cañete Rebenaque, Juan S. Gómez Díaz,

    F. J. Pérez Soler and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Nuevos Filtros Multicapa Basados

    en Trisections Empleando Nodos No Resonantes", XXIII Simposium

    Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2008. 22-24

    September 2008, Madrid, Spain.

    6. Juan S. Gómez Díaz, S. Gupta, M. Martínez Mendoza, A. Álvarez

    Melcón y C.Caloz, “Estudio de la radiación de antenas CRLH Leaky-

    Wave excitadas por pulsos temporales", XXIII Simposium Nacional de

    la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2008. 22-24 September

    2008, Madrid, Spain.

    7. J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, F. D. Quesada Pereira y A. Álvarez

    Melcón, “Cálculo eficiente de la función de Green en cavidades

    multicapa con sección transversal de tipo triángulo rectángulo isósceles",

    XXIII Simposium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio

    URSI 2008. 22-24 September 2008, Madrid, Spain.

    8. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, D. Cañete Rebenaque, J.L.

    Gómez Tornero and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Efecto del Acoplo Directo en Filtros

    Transversales Paso Banda de Segundo Orden con todos sus Ceros

    de Transmisión Situados en el Infinito", XXII Simpósium Nacional de

    la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2007. 13-15 September

    2007, Tene-rife, Spain.

    9. M. Martínez Mendoza, J. S. Gómez Díaz, D. Cañete Rebenaque, J.L.

    Gómez Tornero and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Diseño de un Filtro Transversal

    Empleando una Nueva Estructura Híbrida Guiaonda-Circuito Impreso",

    XXII Simpósium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio

    URSI 2007. 13-15 September 2007, Tenerife, Spain.

    10. D. Cañete Rebenaque, M. Martínez Mendoza, J. L. Gómez Tornero, F.

    D. Quesada Pereira and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Investigación sobre Ecualización

    de Fase en Filtros Transversales en Tecnología Planar", XXII

    Simpósium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI

    2007. 13-15 September 2007, Tene-rife, Spain.

    11. F. J. Pérez Soler, F. D. Quesada Pereira, M. Martínez Mendoza, Juan

    S. Gómez Díaz and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Análisis Eficiente de Estructuras

    Guía Onda Inductivas con Dieléctricos Pegados a las Paredes Mediante

    una Nueva Formulación Integral de Superficie", XXII Simpósium Nacional

    de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2007. 13-15

    September 2007, Tenerife, Spain.

    12. J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, F. D. Quesada Pereira, F. J.

    Pérez Soler, A. Álvarez Melcón, “Un Método Eficiente de Interpolación

    en el Dominio Espacial para el Análisis de Dispositivos de Microondas

    Encapsulados",XXII Simpósium Nacional de la Unión Científica Internacional

    de Radio URSI 2007. 13-15 September 2007, Tenerife, Spain.

    13. J. S. Gómez Díaz, M. Martínez Mendoza, J.L. Gómez Tornero, D. Cañete

    Rebenaque and A. Álvarez Melcón, “Formulación Espacial de la Función

    de Green en Cavidades de Geometría Arbitraria", XXII Simpósium Nacional

    de la Unión Científica Internacional de Radio URSI 2007. 13-15

    Sep-tember 2007, Tenerife, Spain.

    Participation in Research Projects

    Title:“Técnicas de Modelado, Síntesis y Diseño de Circuitos Pasivos Miniaturizados

    en Tecnología Hibrida Guiada-Planar". Ref. TEC2010-21520-C04-04

    Financial Entity: Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia.

    Length: 24 months, from 2011 to 2013

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Alejandro Alvarez Melcon

    Title:“Synthesis and Investigation of Novel Filter Topologies and Application

    to Space Systems". Ref: 22736/09/NL/GLC; 2783/09TIC

    Financial Entity: European Space Agency (ESA, The Netherlands). NPI.

    Length: 24 months, from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2011

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Alejandro Alvarez Melcon

    Title:“Métodos de Análisis para Comunicaciones Avanzadas Mediante Cálculo

    Optimizado". Ref. 08833/PI/08

    Financial Entity: Fundación Séneca.

    Length: 24 months, from January 1st 2009 to December 31st 2011

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Fernando Quesada Pereira

    Title:“Desarrollo de Componentes Pasivos Miniaturizados en Tecnología Híbrida

    Guiada Planar Para Sistemas de Comunicaciones Espaciales".Ref. TEC2007-

    67630-C03-02.

    Financial Entity: Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia.

    Length: 36 months, from October 1st 2007 to September 30st 2010

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Alejandro Alvarez Melcon

    Title:“New Investigations of RF Breakdown in Microwave Transmission Lines".Ref.

    AO/1- 5086/06/NL/GLC.

    Financial Entity: European Space Agency (ESA, The Netherlands).

    Length: 24 months, from 2006 to 2008

    Principal Investigator: Dr. Alejandro Alvarez Melcon

    Additional Courses

    EuMC International workshop “Advanced Topics in Design and Realization of

    Microwave Filters“. Paris, France. September 2010.

    Training on “Bandpass Filter Design Techniques with CST STUDIO SUITE“.

    Darmstadt, Germany. 15-16 September 2009.

    Teacher Assistant in course “Space Investigation; The European Space Project“,

    Technical University of Cartagena, July 2008.

    MTT-S International workshop TSC: “Tutorial Workshop on Design and Implementation

    Techniques for Multiband Filters“. Atlanta, Georgia, USA. June 2008.

    ACE Course “Advanced computational EM for Antenna Analysis”, at Politecnico

    di Torino (3 ECTS), Italy. September, 2007.

    ACE Course “Antenna Measurements for Millimeter and SubmillimeterWavelengths”

    (2 ECTS), at Helsinki University of Technology (TKK), Espoo, Helsinki,

    Finland. May, 2007.

    Course “Frontiers in information processing and telecommunications”, University

    Carlos III, Madrid, July 2006. (20h)

    Course “Space Investigation; The European Space Project’, Technical University

    of Cartagena, July 2006 (20h)

    IV "Teleco-Forum", Technical University of Cartagena, May 2006. (20 h)

    Course “Basic Telecommunications Infraestructures in Buildings”, Technical

    University of Cartagena, October 2005 (20h)

    Course “Application of the new information and communication technologies

    to the Primary Care Emergency Service”, Technical University of Cartagena,

    July 2004 (20h)

    Course “Matlab: Handling, programming and advanced applications”, Technical

    University of Cartagena, February 2004 (20h)

    Course “Mobile Communications: The future at lightspeed”, Technical University

    of Cartagena, July 2002 (20h)

    Languages Spanish: Mother tongue.

    English: Advanced.

    Computer Knowledge

    High-level programming languages: MATLAB

    Electronic Simulations: ADS, HFSS, CST, PsPice, Microwind.

    Knowledge of general purpose software

    Cartagena, May 2011


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