Members

Dr. Alfredo Arnaud

Dr. Alfredo Arnaud, Full time professor G.4, Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Researcher Level 2 of the SNI.


Alfredo Arnaud received the MSc, and PhD degree in electronics from the Universidad de la República, Montevideo-Uruguay, in 2000, and 2004.


Since 1997, he was involved in several research and industrial projects, in the field of CMOS analog design, and optoelectronics. In 2004, he joined the Electrical Engineering Department, Universidad Católica, Montevideo-Uruguay.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


email: aarnaud (at) ucu.edu.uy

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Dr. Matías Miguez

Dr. Matías Miguez, Full Time Professor G.3, Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Researcher Candidate of the SNI.


Matías R. Miguez received his PhD deggree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca, Argentina in 2016 and his MSc and Graduate degree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Católica, Montevideo Uruguay in 2008 and 2005 respectively. He has also received a Graduate degree in Physics from the Universidad de la República, also in Montevideo, Uruguay in 2007.


In 2005, he joined the Electrical Engineering Department, Universidad Católica, Montevideo-Uruguay. Since 2005 he has been involved in research projects in the field of CMOS analog design and vehicular traffic modeling.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


email: mmiguez (at) ucu.edu.uy

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MSc. Joel Gak

MSc. Joel Gak, Full Time Professor G.3, Universidad Católica del Uruguay, Researcher Candidate of the SNI.


Joel Gak received his MSc and Graduate degree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Católica in 2007 and 2010 respectively.


In 2005, he joined the Electrical Engineer Department, Universidad Católica, Montevideo-Uruguay. Since 2005, he has been involved in research projects in the field of CMOS analog and mixed mode design.


In 2011 he become a Doctoral Candidate at the Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca, Argentina.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


email: jgak (at) ucu.edu.uy

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Ing. Rafael Puyol

Rafael Puyol received his Graduate degree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Católica in 2013.


He was awarded the scholarship "Beca Germinadores" by the UCU in 2012. In 2015 he enrolled on the Electronics Master Degree program at UCU, he was also awarded an ANII Scholarship for this program


In 2012, he joined the Electrical Engineer Department, Universidad Católica, Montevideo-Uruguay. Since 2012 he has been involved in research projects in the field of noise measurment in MOS devices and EEG adquisistion systems.


He is currently working for BQN, Uruguay.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


email: rpuyol (at) ucu.edu.uy

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Msc. Bruno Bellini

Bruno Bellini received his MSc degree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Católica in 2016; and his Graduate degree in Electronics Engineering Universidad de la República, Montevideo-Uruguay, in 2013.


Since 2014 he has been involved in research projects in the field of microelecytonics and embedded design for agro-industrial applications. He was awarded an ANII Scholarship for his Msc. program.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


He is currently working for BQN, Uruguay.


email: bruno.bellini (at) bqn.com.uy

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Ing. Pablo O. Cayuela

Ing. Pablo O. Cayuela, Professor, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Córdoba, Argentina.


Pablo O. Cayuela received his graduate degrees in Information System Engineering and Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Córdoba, Argentina, in 2002 and 2009 respectively.


In 2010 he become a Doctoral Candidate at the Universidad Católica de Córdoba, Argentina. He is a student of Alfredo Arnaud.


email: cayuela (at) ieee.org

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Ing. Emilio Alvarez

Ing. Emilio Alvarez, Full time professor, Researcher, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional Regional Buenos Aires.


Emilio Alvarez received his graduate degree in Electronics Engineer from Universidad Nacional de San Juan, in San Juan, Argentina, in 2008.


In 2010 he became a doctoral Candidate at Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Buenos Aires. He is a student of Alfredo Arnaud.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


email: e1000onil (at) gmail.com

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Students


Leonardo Agis, currently doing his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics.


Fabian Torres, currently doing his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics.


Ing. Rafi Sahakian finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2015.


Ing. Stephania Resk finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2013.


Ing. Sabrina Bottigelli finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2013.


Ing. Diego Costa finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2013.


Ing. Ignacio Gomez finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2012.


Ing. Andrés Garagorry finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2012.


Ing. Gérman Aguirre finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2012.


Ing. Fernando Bengochea finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2012.


Ing. Nicolás Giménez finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2011.


Ing. Juan Ignacio Osta finished his undergraduate thesis in microelectronics in 2010.



Former Members & Friends

MSc. Guillermo Costa Marsiglia

Guillermo Costa received his MSc and Graduate degree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Católica in 2010 and 2013 respectively..


He was awarded the scholarship "Beca de Iniciacion a la Investigacion" by the ANII in 2009.


In 2008, he joined the Electrical Engineer Department, Universidad Católica, Montevideo-Uruguay. Since 2008 he has been involved in research projects in the field of CMOS analog design and RFID for agroindustrial use.


He is currently working for UTE, Uruguay.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


email: gcosta (at) ieee.org

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MSc. José Lasa

Msc. José Lasa received the degree in Telecomunications Engineering from the Universidad Católica in 2009.


In 2010 he started his M.S. studies in the Universidad Católica del Uruguay.


Since 2009, he has been involved in research projects in the field of CMOS-HV technology for implantable medical devices.


He is currently working for Antel, Uruguay.


Curriculum Vitae - Resume


email: jlasa (at) ieee.org

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Ing. Julio Andrés Suárez

Ing. Julio Suárez received the degree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Católica in 2010.


He was awarded the scholarship "Beca de Iniciacion a la Investigacion" by the ANII in 2009.


He is currently working for Conatel, Uruguay.


email: jsuarez (at) ucu.edu.uy

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MSc. Renato Campana

MSc. Renato Campana received the Electronics Engineering degree from the Universidad Ricardo Palma, Lima-Peru in 2006 and his MSc degree from the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil in 2010


Since 2005 he has been involved in research projects in the field of CMOS analog and design. In 2007 he was working at the Electrical Engineering Department DIE, in the Universidad Católica del Uruguay in research projects of CMOS analog design.


He has a CADENCE certficate by the Brazilian IC program at CT1-NSCAD-Porto Alegre. He is currently working at a Universidad Tecnológica del Peru en Lima.


email: renato_campana (at) yahoo.com.ar

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Ing. Martín Bremermann

Ing. Martín Bremermann received the degree in Electronics Engineering from the Universidad Católica in 2007.


Since 2005, he has been involved in research projects in the field of CMOS analog design.


He is currently working for Teyma, Uruguay.


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