Alberto Jardón Huete finished his Ph.D. degree in Electric, Electronics and Industrial Automation Engineering (2006). He received his B.Sc. in electronics engineering (1998) and is graduated in Electrical Engineering (2002) at University Carlos III of Madrid. He is an active member of the Robotics Lab since 1997, and has collaborated in the development of the climbing robots ROMA I, ROMA II, MATS (also named ASIBOT). He has been involved also at GEOST-CM, an Intelligent tuneling singular and strategic industrial projects funded by Ministry of Education and Science and actually continues his work on research projects to apply robotics technologies to the underground building industry. Currently he is also focused in the design and development of light weight service robots. His interests include assistive robotic design, mechatronics, research in advanced robotics "user in the loop" control schemas to improve usability and performance of domestic robots. The development of tools to perform this research and the transfer of robotics technology to industry also fit to his priorities.
He is also responsible of the Assistive Robotics Technologies Lab at the PCT link.
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