Angel Martínez-Tenor

Angel Martínez-Tenor
University of Malaga | UMA · Department of System Engineering and Automatics

MSc in Mechatronics Engineering & MSc in Electronics Engineering

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4 Research Items
48 Citations
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Introduction
Applied Engineer / Full Stack Data Scientist / Hardware and Software Developer. I’ve been working for 5+ years on artificial intelligence and robotics research projects, which include deep learning, natural language processing, reinforcement learning, networked telerobots, web-based interfaces, and collaborative navigation systems. Previously I worked for 5 years as a research and process engineer at a photovoltaic manufacturing plant, and as a research and quality manager at an energy efficiency company. I've also pursued independent study and have actively promoted quality and productivity.
Additional affiliations
September 2013 - present
University of Malaga
Position
  • R&D Researcher
January 2010 - February 2011
Ecoavantis
Position
  • R&D Manager
July 2005 - February 2008
Isofotón
Isofotón
Position
  • Engineer

Publications

Publications (15)
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Preparing students for dealing with a world more and more densely populated with physical machines that possess learning capabilities, e.g. intelligent robots, is of the utmost importance in engineering. In this paper, we describe and analyse a design of interactive sessions devoted to the application of some machine learning (ML) methods within a...
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[ https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.06329 ] Mobile robots are increasingly being employed for performing complex tasks in dynamic environments. Reinforcement learning (RL) methods are recognized to be promising for specifying such tasks in a relatively simple manner. However, the strong dependency between the learning method and the task to learn is a wel...
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Autonomy in robotics can be seen as a continuum in which we can select different levels of collaborative control between humans and robots, ranging from tele-operation (full control by the human) to full autonomy. In many practical applications, the main issues are which intermediate levels of autonomy are available and how to change from one to an...
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In this paper we deal with the problem of estimating the most likely values of both the relative offset and rate of two distributed clocks, one in a device that acquires sensor data and the other in a remote computer that receives them. This two-clock synchronization problem is a common issue, for example, when time-stamped sensor data is requested...
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Robotics has become a common subject in many engineering degrees and postgraduate programs. Although at undergraduate levels the students are introduced to basic theoretical concepts and tools, at postgraduate courses there is a need to enlarge the vision of the robotics field, and therefore more complex topics have to be covered. One of those adva...
Conference Paper
Networked telerobots carry sensors that send data, with stochastic transmission times, to a remote human operator, who must execute some real-time control task (e.g., navigation). In this paper we propose to regulate the sensory information being transmitted in order to guarantee soft real-time requirements and also optimize the quality of control,...
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The proposed work addresses the design and implementation of a Q-learning based method in a small mobile robot so as to autonomously develop an obstacle avoidance task. The educative robot Lego Mindstorms NXT meets both the hardware and the software requirements of this work. Our setup proposal employs a differential-vehicle configuration. This f...
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The increase in size of the silicon wafers that has been followed by the present industry makes raise the current that cells can provide. Thus, series resistance of the cells introduces a power loss that also tends to rise.
Conference Paper
In order to improve the efficiency of Czocharalski - Si (Cz-Si) photovoltaic cells, we have studied the distribution losses from recombination in Cz-Si commercial standard cell (Isofoton S.A.) by means of I-V measurements under solar simulation illumination with a surface irradiance of 1000 W/m<sup>2</sup> and a light spectrum corresponding to a re...

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Projects (3)
Archived project
Machine Learning in Robotics Reinforcement Learning for multiple tasks Software Framework RL-ROBOT https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.06329 https://github.com/angelmtenor/RL-ROBOT
Archived project
MSc robotics students learn reinforcement learning advantages and limitations when applied to a real robots.
Archived project
Implementation of a regulation system of sensor data transmission for networked telerobots. Design and implementation of a web-based interface for mobile robotics. Development of robot modules for sensors-actuators management (reals and simulated). Implementation of a hybrid navigation system for path following. http://mapir.isa.uma.es/mapirwebsite/index.php/proyecto-p08-tic-04282.html