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Personal Statement

Jaime joined the Centre for Signal and Image Processing (CeSIP) to undertake a MSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering in 2011 and a PhD in Hyperspectral Remote Sensing (2012-2015).

He has been a Research Associate since April 2018. Previously, he took a number of research positions at the Universitat Jaume I, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia and the Energy Technological Institute in Spain.

Research Interests

Signal and image processing. machine learning, artificial intelligence, data mining, deep learning, big data, hyperspectral imaging. remote sensing, computer vision 2D/3D, robotics, object detection and tracking, non-destructive inspection, condition monitoring, image stitching, smart manufacturing, human-computer interaction.

Expertise & Capabilities

Digital Signal Processing

Artificial Intelligence

Machine Learning

Software Engineering



Industrial Relevance

Since Jaime became a member of staff, he has been working on a number of KE projects with industrial partners (some of them subject to NDAs) in a wide range of applications, leading to the delivery of highly specialised software.

Teaching Interests

Jaime looks after Small Group Tutorials, providing additional academic and general support to first-year students. He has also taught a course: "Signals and Systems" in Jilin, China.

Academic / Professional qualifications

PhD in Electronic and Electrical Engineering (2012-2015)

MSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering (2011-2012)

MAS in Electrical Technology (2008-2010)

MEng in Industrial Engineering (2000-2005)

PGCert in Researcher Professional Development (2015)

Spanish Chartered Industrial Engineer (COIICV - 5288)


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