Rodolfo E. Haber Guerra

Experience of Rodolfo E. Haber Guerra

Rodolfo Haber obtained the PhD in Industrial Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, in 1999. He was Head of the Department of Design and Mechatronics from 2014. He has been appointed as Vice-Director of the Joint Center for Automation and Robotics (CSIC-UPM) since January, 2016. Currently he coordinates and participates in several national projects and research contracts such as SINTPER, SOVITEMP and AM.4G. He has participated in the last 5 years in European projects such as DEMANES, ACCUS, EMC2 and recently IoSENSE. Adjunct Professor of the Department of Computer Science at the Autonomous University of Madrid from 1999 to 2014. He has authored more than 100 scientific documents including books and book chapters and articles in refereed journals (h-index=18, ref. Scopus) and dozens of papers at international conferences. Since 2002, he has been involved in the Technical Committee 3.2 Computers for Control of IFAC. Since 2005 he is member of the Technical Committee of the ASME Modeling, Identification and Intelligent Systems. He has given several seminars on the same subjects USA and Spain. Since 2002, he has been expert evaluator and Vice-Chair of the European Commission and several European agencies such as the Research European Agency (REA) and the European Agency for Culture, Education and Arts (EACEA). He is associate editor and member of the Editorial Board of the journal Transactions on Computational Sciences, The Scientific World Journal and International Journal of Mechatronics and Manufacturing Systems, Journal of Control Engineering and Applied Informatics, and Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience.

Rodolfo Haber finalizó el doctorado en Ingeniería Industrial por la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, España, en 1999. Ha sido responsable del Departamento de Diseño y Mecatrónica desde el año 2014 y desde enero del 2016 es Vice-Director del Centro Mixto de Automática y Robótica (CSIC-UPM). En la actualidad coordina y participa en varios proyectos nacionales de investigación fundamental no orientada y contratos de investigación tales como SINTPER, AM4G y SOVITEMP. Ha participado y dirigido por parte del CSIC proyectos europeos como el DEMANES, ACCUS, EMC2 y recientemente el proyecto IoSENSE. Profesor asociado del Departamento de Ingeniería Informática de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid desde 1999 hasta el 2014. Es autor de más de 100 trabajos incluidos capítulos de libros y libros, y artículos en revistas indexadas (índice h = 18, ref. Scopus) y decenas de documentos en conferencias internacionales de reconocido prestigio. Desde el 2002 pertenece al Comité Técnico 3.2 Computers for Control de la IFAC. Desde el 2005 es miembro del Comité Técnico de la ASME “Modeling, Identification and Intelligent Systems”. Ha impartido varios seminarios sobre el mismo tema en GeorgiaTech y UCF en EE.UU. Desde el año 2002 es evaluador experto y vice-coordinador de evaluaciones de la Comisión Europea y de varias agencias europeas como la REA y la EACEA. Es miembro del Comité Editorial de las revistas Transactions on Computational Sciences, The Scientific World Journal, International Journal of Mechatronics and Manufacturing Systems, Journal of Control Engineering and Applied Informatics y Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience.


Category: Científico Titular

Position: Director

Research Group: GAMHE

H-Index (Scopus): 30

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Macias-Escriva F.D. Haber Guerra R. del Toro R.M. Hernandez V.
Self-adaptive systems: A survey of current approaches, research challenges and applications
Expert Systems with Applications
Haber Guerra R. Jimenez J.E. Peres C.R. Alique J.R.
An investigation of tool-wear monitoring in a high-speed machining process
Sensors and Actuators, A: Physical
Naranjo J.E. Gonzalez C. Garcia R. De Pedro T. Haber Guerra R.
Power-steering control architecture for automatic driving
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems
Gajate A. Haber Guerra R. del Toro R.M. Vega P. Bustillo A.
Tool wear monitoring using neuro-fuzzy techniques: A comparative study in a turning process
Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing
Haber Guerra R. del Toro R.M. Gajate A.
Optimal fuzzy control system using the cross-entropy method. A case study of a drilling process
Information Sciences

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