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    Address

     

    Madrid - España

     

     

    Experience

     

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Sept 2015 - Today

    Role

     

    CEO – General Manager

    Company

     

    MF Innovation

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Management Responsible. Business Development of the company:

    o   Space Mechanisms and Actutators with novel technologies.

    o   Drone Development for general services for different sectors and specially Bird Control in large surfaces using an own design.

    o   Robotics design and development.

    o   Design and development new mechanical applications (specific mechanisms) using Shape Memory Alloys (SMA or Artificial Muscles)

    -        Design and Development of an International Commercial Agents network, especially in South-American and European Countries. International Relationships also with countries from Asia and Africa.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Dec 2013 - Jul 2015

    Role

     

    CEO – General Manager

    Company

     

    Galilea Soluciones, S.L.U.

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Management Responsible. Business Development of the three Lines of the company:

    o   Software Development (Software Factory) for Medicine, Agriculture, Livestock, Defence, Space and International Logistics Traceability. Technologies used (named as an example): FI-WARE, Internet of Things (IoT), Professional Social Networks. In charge of a group of ten PhD Doctors and Engineers.

    o   Environmental Services: Bird control in large surfaces with Drones (Technology developed by one of the Group’s Company).

    o   Consultancy Service: in areas such us Security, Defence and Space.

    -        Design and Development of an International Commercial Agents network, especially in South-American and European Countries. International Relationships also with countries from Asia and Africa.

    -        Design and Management of the Quality ISO-9001 procedures in all the Company’s business lines.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Dec 2013 - Jul 2015

    Role

     

    Senior Expert (Actuators)

    Company

     

    Arquimea Ingeniería, S.L.U.

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Assessment in the design, development and production of new products created by the Company Division.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Jan 2011 - Jul 2015

    Role

     

    Member of the Group’s Direction Board

    Company

     

    Arquimea Enterprises, S.L. (Arquimea Group)

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Active Member of the Arquimea Group Direction Board. Group formed by: Galilea Soluciones, Arquimea Ingeniería, Arquimea Deutchland, Expace Onboard Systems and Zoitech.

    -        Board Role: Strategy of each Company individually and of the Group. Development of synergies to improve the Global Invoicing.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    May 2009 - Jul 2015

    Role

     

    Member of the Direction Board

    Company

     

    Expace On Board System, S.L.

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Member of the Direction Board of the Company formed by two partners: Expal and Arquimea Enterprises.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Apr 2012 - Nov 2013

    Role

     

    COO – Operations Director

    Company

     

    Arquimea Ingeniería, S.L.U.

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Drive and Manage the Operations of the Company, improving the use of the company resources.

    -        Components design and development. Use of new and disruptive technology for Space, Security, Medical, Defence and International Logistics (Containers Traceability) Sectors.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Oct 2007 - May 2012

    Role

     

    CTO – Technical Director

    Company

     

    Arquimea Ingeniería, S.L.U.

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        R&D Department Responsible. Internal and External Project Management and Supervision.

    -        Technical Departments Responsible (4 in total): Actuators, Sensors, Micro-systems and New Materials.

    -        European Projects Representative. Development and Subsidized European Projects such as PM7, Horizonte 2020.  Also in charge of projects for New Technology and Products for the European Aero-Space Sector through the European Space Agency (ESA).

    -        Responsible of the Relationships with National and European Universities, with the main objective of cooperation and new technology development.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Nov 2008 – May 2009

    Role

     

    CTO – Technical Director

    Company

     

    Expace Onboard Systems, S.L.

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        R&D Department Responsible. Internal and External Project Management and Supervision during the initial months of the Company life, building and designing the Technical Crew and their roles. Training of twelve PhD Doctors, Senior Engineers and Junior Engineers.

     

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Oct 2002 – To the present

    Role

     

    Investigation Robotics Lab Group External Member(http://roboticslab.uc3m.es)

    Company

     

    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    Investigation Member in projects such as:

    MATS: Flexible mechatronic assistive technology system to support persons with special needs in all their living and working environments

    ASIBOT: Robotic Arm to help people with different necessities

    RH0: Smart and Autonomous Humanoid Robot for industrial and service purposes.

    RH1: Development of a Humanoid Robot used to cooperate and interact in human tasks

    MANUBUILD: Open Building Manufacturing

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Aug 2006 - Sep 2007

    Role

     

    Project Manager

    Company

     

    IDPSA, S.L. –R&D&i Robotics

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Industrial Project Manager. Projects related to Industrial Robotics and Automation. R&D&i Projects Management.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Jan 2003 - Jan 2007

    Role

     

    Assistant Professor

    Company

     

    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    -        Professor in the following areas: Industrial Automation, Systems and Signals, Control Engineering, Robots Control and Programming.

    -        Final Thesis Projects Director, related to: Mechanical Study of articulated arms actuated by artificial muscles, Design of mechanical structures for robotic purposes, virtual simulation (Matlab. VRML), hardware systems and y control software for robotic devices.

    -        Member of the Evaluating Court of Final Thesis Projects, in several areas of Engineering, especially in robotics and mechanical systems.

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Feb 2004 - Jan 2007

    Role

     

    Especial Courses Professor

    Company

     

    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    Special Companies Group Courses Professor:

    Initial PICs Programming, attended by crew from Fabrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre de España

    Basic Course on Automation, attended by crew fromPeugeot España (PSA)

    Basic Course on Automation, attended by crew fromPeugeot España (PSA)

    Basic Course on Robotics, attended by crew fromPeugeot España (PSA)

     

     

     

    Date

     

    Oct 2002 – Apr 2011

    Role

     

    Research Engineer

    Company

     

    Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

    Tasks and Responsibilities

     

    Active Member of the Robotics Laboratory Crew of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

    Participate in several Projects, Designs and Robotic Developments.

     

    Professional Studies

    Date

     

    Apr 2011

    Degree

     

    PhD in Electric, Electronic and Automation (Cum Laudem)

    Speciality

     

    Industrial Robotics and Automation

    Study Centre

     

    Carlos III de Madrid University - Spain

    Qualification obtained

     

    A - Cum Laudem

     

    Date

     

     

    Apr 2002

    Degree

     

    Industrial Engineer

    Speciality

     

    Mechanical

    Study Centre

     

    Universidad Nacional del Nordeste (UNNE) - Argentina

     

     

     

    Additional Information

     

    Merits and Awards

    -        “A portable light-weight climbing robot for personal assistance applications”

    The Best Paper Award, 8th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (CLAWAR) – London – UK

    -        “ASIBOT. Un robot portable para asistencia de personas discapacitadas en entornos domésticos” (portable robot for disabled people assistance in domestic environments)

    Accesit Award IMSERSO - Infanta Cristina 2004 R&D&I in New Technologies and Technical Help, IMSERSO,November 2004 - Madrid - Spain

    -        “Ensambladora Modular de Pallets” (Modular Pallet Assembler)

    First Place at National Pre-Engineering Awards 2001, Organized by the Argentinian Engineers Centre (Centro Argentino de Ingenieros - CAI). Award to the best national final thesis project, June 2002 - Capital Federal (BA) - Argentina

     

    Patents

    5 Patents.

     

    National and International Publications

    2 Book Chapters

    1 Specialized Magazine Article

    25 International Congresses Publications

     

    (Detailed in Annex)

     

     

     

     

     


    ANNEX: Journals, Books and Publications

     

    Journals

     

    1.    A.Jardón; A.Giménez; R.Correal; R.Cabas; S.Martínez; C.Balaguer. A portable light-weight climbing robot for personal assistance applications. Industrial Robot: An International Journal. Vol. 33. No. 4. pp.303-307. 2006.

     

    Books

     

    1.    R.Cabas. Chapter: Robotics Hands. Advanced Mechanics in Robotics Systems. Editor: Nestor Nava. Springer, 2011.

    2.    C. Balaguer;A. Gimenez; A. Jardón; R. Cabás; S. Martinez de la Casa. Chapter: A survey on different control techniques for grasping. Grasping in Robotics. Editor: Giuseppe Carbone. Springer, 2011.

     

    Publications

     

    1.    L.M.Cabas; S.Torre; R.Cabas; D.Kaynov; M.Arbulú; P.Staroverov; C.Balaguer. Mechanical design and dynamic analysis of the humanoid robot Rh-0. 8th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (Clawar 2005). London. United Kingdom. Sep, 2005

    2.    L.M.Cabas; R.Cabas; P.Staroverov; M.Arbulú; D.Kaynov; C.Pérez; C.Balaguer. Mechanical Calculations on a Humanoid Robot. 9th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (Clawar 2006). Brussels. Belgium. Sep, 2006.

    3.    L.M.Cabas; R.Cabas; P.Staroverov; M.Arbulú; D.Kaynov; C.Pérez; C.Balaguer. Challenges in the design of the humanoid robot RH-1. 9th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (Clawar 2006). Brussels. Belgium. Sep, 2006.

    4.    R.Correal; A.Jardón; S.Martínez; R.Cabas; A.Giménez; C.Balaguer. Human-Robot Coexistence in Robot-Aided Apartment. The 23rd International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC 2006). Tokyo. Japan. Oct, 2006.

    5.    R.Cabas; L.M.Cabas; C.Balaguer. Optimized design of the underactuated robotic hand. ICRA 06. International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Orlando. United States. May, 2006.

    6.    R.Correal; A.Jardón; R.Cabas; A.Giménez; C.Balaguer. Asibot, robot de asistencia a discapacitados y personas mayores. drt4ALL. Congreso Internacional sobre Domótica, Robótica y Teleasistencia. Madrid. Spain. Nov, 2005.

    7.    A.Giménez; A.Jardón; R.Correal; R.Cabas; C.Balaguer. A portable light-weight climbing robot for personal assistance applications. 8th International Conference on Climbing and Walking Robots (Clawar'05). ?The Best Paper Award?. London. UK. Sep, 2005.

    8.    R.Cabas; C.Balaguer. Design and development of a light weight embodied robotic hand activated with only one actuators. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'2005). Edmonton. Canada. Aug, 2005.

    9.    C.Balaguer; A.Giménez; A.Jardón; R.Cabas; R.Correal. Live experimentation of the service robot applications elderly people care in home environments. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS'2005). Edmonton. Canada. Aug, 2005.

    10.C.Balaguer; A.Giménez; A.Jardón; R.Cabas; R.Correal. Live experimentation of the service robot applications elderly people care in home environments. ICRA 05. International Conference on Robotics and Automation. Barcelona. Spain. May, 2005.

    11.A.Giménez; A.Jardón; R.Correal; R.Cabas; C.Balaguer. Service robot applications for elderly people care in home environments. 2nd International workshop on advances in service robotics. Stuttgart. Germany. Jun, 2004.

    12.C.Balaguer; A.Giménez; A.Jardón; R.Correal; R.Cabas; P.Staroverov. Light weight autonomous robot for elderly and disabled persons' service. 4th International Conference on Field and Service Robotics. Yamanashi. Japan. Jul, 2003.

    13.D. Fernández, R. Cabás, L. Moreno. Dust Wiper Mechanism for Operation in Mars; Proc. 12th European Space Mechanisms & Tribology Symp. (ESMATS); Liverpool, UK; September 2007.

    14.D. Fernández, R. Cabás, L. Moreno. Ultralight dust wiper mechanism for operation in Mars; Proceedings of SPIE; San Diego; April 2007.

    15.Collado, M., Cabás, R., Fernández, D., Moreno, L., López, F., Abderrahim, M.. Shape Memory Alloy Rotary Actuator For Operation In Mars; 13th European Space Mechanisms and Tribology Symposium; Vienna; September 2.009.

    16.Collado, M., Álvarez, F., Cabás, R., Gabikaetxebarria, I., Ugalde, J. SMA Pin Puller Actuator for an Automotive Application; Actuator 10 – International Conference and Exhibition on New Actuators and Drive Systems; Bremen; June 2010.

    17.Collado, M., Martínez, D., Álvarez, F., Cabás, R., Moreno, L., López, F.. Evolution of SMA Rotary Actuators for Space Applications in Mars Environment; Actuator 10 – International Conference and Exhibition on New Actuators and Drive Systems; Bremen; June 2010.

    18.Collado, M., Cabás, R., Gutiérrez, F.. A new Smart Material for Space Actuators: Characterization and Design of Non-Explosive Devices; Mechanisms’ Final Presentation Days; 2011; ESTEC, Noordwijk.

    19.Collado M., Nava N., Cabás R., San Juan J.M., Patti S. Lautier J-M.. Characterization results of a novel Shape Memory Alloy. 12th European Conference on Spacecraft, Structures, Materials & Environmental Testing. SSMET 2012. ESTEC, Noordwijk, March, 2012.

    20.Collado M., Nava N., Cabás R., San Juan J.M., Patti S. Lautier J-M.. A Pin Puller mechanism based on a novel Shape Memory Alloy technology. 41th Aerospace Mechanisms Symposium, May 2012.

    21.Nava N., Collado M., Cabás R., San Juan J.M., Patti S. Lautier J-M.. A Pin Puller Development Based on a New SMA Technology. Actuator 12 – International Conference and Exhibition on New Actuators and Drive Systems; Bremen; June 2012.

    22.M. Collado, R. Cabás, I. López-Ferreño, J. San Juan. Functional Characterization of a Novel Shape Memory Alloy. Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies Congress, Prague, May 2013.

    23.N. Nava, M. Collado, R. Cabás. New Pin Puller Based On SMA Technology for Space Applications. Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies Congress, Prague, May 2013.

    24.F. Alvarez, M. Collado, N. Nava, R. Cabás. Rotary Actuator Based On Shape Memory Alloy for Operation in Mars. Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies Congress, Prague, May 2013.

    25.N. Nava, M. Collado, R. Cabás. REACT: Resettable Hold Down and Release Actuator for Space Applications. Shape Memory and Superelastic Technologies Congress, Prague, May 2013.


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