Guillermo G. Garayar-Leyva
In 2013, he received his bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP), Lima, Peru. As a member of the Microelectronics Group of the PUCP (GuE-PUCP), he presented his undergraduate thesis on a SoC solution against smart card attacks. He was selected as representative of the Latin American region in the International Microelectronics Olympiad of Armenia 2014. During 2015, he belonged to the Rural Telecommunications Group (GTR-PUCP) where he participated in a FINCyT-funded project that researched and implemented an air quality measurement system for urban and rural areas.
Guillermo is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Analog & Mixed-Signal Center at Texas A&M University, USA. He has also been a recipient of the Jack Kilby Excellence and Silicon Labs IT Fellowships. In 2018 he participated as an intern at Silicon Labs in the IoT area. His areas of interest are in the area of mixed signal, specifically BIST systems, synthesizers, RF circuits and biomedical applications.
Ruth Canahuire Cabello
PhD and Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of Campinas, UNICAMP
(2014) in the area of solid mechanics and mechanical design. Mechatronics Engineer from the Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería, UNI (2006). She is currently Director of the Department of Electronic Engineering and Mechatronics at the Universidad de Ingeniería y Tecnología – UTEC. She has experience as a university lecturer at undergraduate and postgraduate level and in the development of research projects obtaining national and international funding in the area of modelling and control of mechanical and mechatronic systems, mechatronic systems and mechatronic systems, medical robotics, robust control of mechanical systems and mobile robotics. Some of his projects are in collaboration with foreign universities such as Purdue University (USA), MIT (USA), University of Campinas – UNICAMP (Brazil) and The University of Liverpool (UK).
CEO & Founder at Business on Engineering and Technology S.A.C. (BE Tech) and Principal Professor at the Universidad Nacional Tecnológica de Lima Sur (UNTELS). Senior member IEEE and Concytec researcher. Electronic engineer graduated from the Universidad Nacional San Antonio Abad del Cusco, systems engineer graduated from the Universidad Andina del Cusco, master in industrial and human automation from the Université Paul Verlaine de Metz – France and PhD in signal and image processing from TELECOM ParisTech – France. Postdoctoral stay at the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia. His work experience includes: research work for the French National Centre for Space Studies (CNES) and the German Aerospace Centre (DLR), university teaching (UNSAAC, UAC, UNI, UPCH, UCH, and UNTELS), work as engineer in different institutions such as CONIDA, SPECTRUM, EGEMSA, etc. He has also participated as a speaker and jury in different academic events both nationally and internationally. He has published several articles at international level. Among his topics of interest are: Signal and image processing, bioengineering and biometrics, human automation, automatic control, artificial intelligence and aerospace technology.
Miguel Nuñez Del Prado Cortez
He is a researcher at the Centro de Investigación-CIUP and professor in the Academic Department of Engineering at the Universidad del Pacífico. He holds a PhD in Networks, Telecommunications, Systems and Architectures from the Toulouse Doctoral School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Telecommunications (MITT) of the University of Toulouse (France). He holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science and Telecommunications with a specialisation in Networks from the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Toulouse (INSA Toulouse, France) and the National Higher School of Electrical, Electronics, Computer Science, Hydraulics and Telecommunications (ENSEEIHT, France). He also holds a Master’s degree in Management with a specialisation in Innovation Strategy from the Institute of Business Administration (IAE) of the University of Capitole Toulouse I (France); network and telecommunications engineer from INSA Toulouse and Telecom Brittany (France); and systems engineer from the Andean University of Cusco (Peru).
He has been a data scientist at INTERSEC (France) and an evaluator for the National Council for Science, Technology and Technological Innovation of Peru. He has also advised technology transfer projects in Technology Parks. He is currently president of the non-profit scientific association PERU Investigación, Desarrollo e Innovación (PERU IDI). In the academic field, he is part of the re-reading committee of the Symposium on Big Data Management (SIMBIG) and of the Andes Congress (Andescon).