Experience of Fernando Andrés Seco Granja
Fernando Seco Granja has 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 with the Center of Automation and Robotics (CAR) of CSIC, in Arganda del Rey, Madrid, where he obtained a permanent research position in 2008. His research interests lie in the design and development of Indoor Positioning and Navigation Systems, especially those based on ultrasonic and radiofrequency technologies, Bayesian fusion of RF-based localization and inertial sensor-based navigation, and smartphone GNSS signal processing.
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