Fernando Andrés Seco Granja

Experience of Fernando Andrés Seco Granja

Fernando Seco Granja was born in 1972 in Madrid, Spain. He holds a degree in Physics (Universidad Complutense of Madrid, 1996) and a PhD in Physics (UNED, 2002), with a dissertation about the magnetostrictive generation of ultrasonic waves applied to a linear position sensor. Since 1997 he has been working at the Center of Automation and Robotics (CAR) of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cient\'{i}ficas (CSIC), in Arganda del Rey, Madrid, where he holds a research position. His main research interest lies in the design and development of indoor Local Positioning Systems (LPS), especially those based on ultrasonic and radiofrequency technologies, in signal processing for CDMA-based localization systems, and in Bayesian estimation processes.

Email: fernando.seco@csic.es

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Research Group: LOPSI

H-Index (Scopus): 28

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Jiménez Ruiz A. Seco F. Prieto J.C. Guevara Rosas J.I.
Accurate pedestrian indoor navigation by tightly coupling foot-mounted IMU and RFID measurements
IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement
Perez J. Seco F. Milanes V. Jiménez Ruiz A. Diaz J.C. De Pedro T.
An RFID-based intelligent vehicle speed controller using active traffic signals
Urena J. Hernandez A. Jimenez A. Villadangos J.M. Mazo M. Garcia J.C. Garcia J.J. Alvarez F.J. De Marziani C. Perez M.C. Jimenez J.A. Jiménez Ruiz A. Seco F.
Advanced sensorial system for an acoustic LPS
Microprocessors and Microsystems
Ealo J.L. Seco F. Jiménez Ruiz A.
Broadband EMFi-based transducers for ultrasonic air applications
IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control
Seco F. Jiménez Ruiz A.
Smartphone-based cooperative indoor localization with RFID technology
Sensors (Switzerland)

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The Center for Automation and Robotics (CAR) is a Joint Center for Shared Ownership CSIC-UPM. The main objective is to develop a research CAR mainly applied in order to provide useful results to society. For this, the CAR is uniquely well positioned to lead its ambitious work program, placing the study in the areas of Automation and Robotics at the highest level.

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