Team members – Miembros del equipo
- María de la Cruz Sánchez Gómez
- Beatriz Carretero Parra
- María Teresa Rodríguez Tabares
- Diego Almodóvar López
- Pedro María Antúnez Herrera
- Ana Haro Pérez
Endorsing professors – Profesores asociados
He was born in Madrid, Spain in 1963. He obtained the Industrial Engineer Degree and PhD from the School of Engineering of the University of Sevilla, Spain, in the Electronic Engineering, Systems and Automation Department, in 1991 and 1994 respectively.
He is currently teaching Digital Microelectronics Design and Programmable Logic Design in the Electronic Engineering Department of the University of Sevilla, as Assistant Professor. He has been an invited teacher for post graduate courses in the University of Carlos III of Madrid (SPAIN), and University of Rio Cuarto (Argentina), teaching Programmable Logic and Hardware Description Languages Design. He is the author of more than 40 publications in IEEE journals and conferences and several patents.
Dr. Aguirre leads a research group at the University of Sevilla which activity is focused on the dependable design of embedded systems on programmable systems on chip and the radiation effects on digital devices integrated circuits and FPGAs. He developed the fault injection system using partial reconfiguration of SRAM-FPGAs named FT-UNSHADES, that is currently used by the European Space Agency. He is also involved in the development of embedded systems for real time video processing applied into Agro-industry quality selection machines.
He obtained his degree in Telecommunications Engineering in 2006, with a specialization in Electronics. He joined the Electronic Engineering Department of Universidad de Sevilla in the same year and obtained his PhD (with honors and European mention) at the same university in 2010. He is currently working as an Assistant Professor at Universidad de Sevilla, where he is teaching Microelectronics, Electronic Communications Systems and Programmable Logic Design, and a master course in Digital Microelectronics. He is involved in the development, maintenance and evolution of the fault injection system FT-Unshades2, an European Space Agency project which is becoming the preferred solution for the early assesment of radiation sensitivity of digital designs. He has published more than 10 JCR journal papers and more than 30 conference contributions. He is a member of the IEEE Technical Committee on Electronic Systems on Chip. His areas of interest include programmable logic applications, high-throughput visual classification systems, wireless for critical applications, and emulation and mitigation of radiation effects in digital devices.
PhD in Physics, Universidad de Sevilla.
Dr. in Telecommunications Engineering. Universidad de Sevilla.