Jorge Villagra Serrano

Experience of Jorge Villagra Serrano

Jorge Villagra graduated in Industrial Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica of Madrid in 2002. He received his PhD in Real-Time Computer Science, Robotics and Automatic Control at the École des Mines de Paris (France) in 2006. He was first granted with a 3 years CIFRE Program in PSA-Peugeot-Citroën and then with a post-doctoral fellowship at a Joint Research Unit INRIA-Mines ParisTech (France). The results of the PhD were granted with the Prize for the Best dissertation in Automatic Control in France in 2006. From 2007 to 2009 he held a position of Visiting Professor at the University Carlos III (Spain). He then received a 3 year JAEDoc fellowship at the AUTOPÍA Program in the Center for Automation and Robotics UPM-CSIC (Spain), where he spent one additional year funded by a research contract. From 2013 until August 2016 he led the Department of ADAS and Highly Automated Driving Systems at Ixion Industry & Aerospace SL, where he also coordinated all the activities in the EU R&D Funding Programmes. He is leading AUTOPÍA Program at CSIC since October 2016.

He has developed his research activity in 6 different entities with a very intense activity in project setup and management, through over 30 international and national R&D projects , where he is or has been IP of 10 of these projects. He has published over 85 papers in international journals and conferences on autonomous driving, intelligent transportation systems, dmodel-free control and new probabilistic approaches for embedded components in autonomous vehicles.

Email: jorge.villagra@csic.es

Category: Researcher

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Research Group: Autopia

H-Index (Scopus): 20

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Milanes V. Villagra J. Godoy J. Simo J. Perez J. Onieva E.
An intelligent V2I-based traffic management system
2012
IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems
130
Villagra J. Mounier H. Pengov M.
Flatness-based vehicle steering control strategy with SDRE deedback gains tuned via a sensitivity approach
2007
IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology
97
Milanes V. Llorca D.F. Villagra J. Perez J. Fernandez Carlos Parra I. Gonzalez C. Sotelo M.A.
Intelligent automatic overtaking system using vision for vehicle detection
2012
Expert Systems with Applications
94
Villagra J. Fliess M. Mounier H.
A diagnosis-based approach for tire-road forces and maximum friction estimation
2011
Control Engineering Practice
92
Villagra J. Milanes V. Perez J. Godoy J.
Smooth path and speed planning for an automated public transport vehicle
2012
Robotics and Autonomous Systems
83

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