Jose Gabriel Teriús-PadrónUniversidad Politécnica de Madrid | UPM · Departamento de Tecnología Fotónica
Jose Gabriel Teriús-Padrón
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José Gabriel is a Telecommunication Engineer from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello (Caracas, Venezuela), and Master of Science in Electronic System Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. He has experience as Project Manager and Development Director in different Research and Start-ups Companies and part-time professor of Embedded System Design at the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello. Currently is part the Life Supporting Technologies group from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid as Early Stage Research Fellow for the ACROSSING Project, an innovative research training network funded by the EU H2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions programme.
September 2016 - August 2020
- . Research, development and management EU H2020 projects in the areas of: Smart Home and Smart City Air Pollution detection and awareness, chronic diseases self-management, "Ambient Assited Living" (AAL), "Active and Healthy Ageing" (AHA). H2020 - Projects: - PULSE (H2020-SC1-2016-CNECT- 727816) - ACROSSING (H2020-MSCA-ITN-2015- 676157) - OCARIoT (H2020-EUB-2017- 777082) -Pharmaledger (H2020 - GA: 853992) -WeldGalaxy (H2020 - GA: 822106) -VOJEXT (H2020 - GA: 952197)
December 2012 - July 2016
- Managing Director
- Responsible for designing, coordinating and planning of projects with RFID, WDN, M2M, Arduino technologies for industrial processes, security and advertising. Main activities include: • Design and present solution proposals based on client’s needs. • Coordination and planning with external providers. • Development team management and coordination. • Elaborate technical documentation. • Coordination of solution implementation.
We aim to design a modular system that provides self-management of chronic diseases in a Smart Home. The modularity is defined on a per-disease basis with distinctive requirements for each disease model: a set of specifications to describe a disease and a combination of technologies that support them in the Smart Home. In this paper we focus on a u...
The growth of the urban population together with a high concentration of air pollution have important health impacts on citizens who are exposed to them, causing serious risks of the development and evolution of different chronic diseases. This paper presents the design and development of a novel participatory citizen science-based application and...
The present work seizes the opportunity to counter IoT technology fragmentation that the World Wide Web Consortium is offering with the upcoming standard Web Of Things. A gateway service based on this standard and an air quality manager sensor were designed and implemented in a Smart Home with the aim to develop a tool to manage this critical param...
Air pollution in one of the main problems that big cities have nowadays. Traffic congestion, heaters, industrial activities, among others produce large quantities of Particulate Matter (PM) that have harmful effects on citizens’ health. This paper presents the design, development and initial validation of a wearable device for the detection of PM c...
The aim of this work is to quantify, assess, and identify hotspots in the environmental sustainability of newly constructed ICT networks designed to provide internet access (4 G LTE mobile technology) to regions still lacking this service. The analysis has been carried out on six demographic areas, from high-density urban and peri‑urban to remote r...
Utilizing context-aware tools in smart homes (SH) helps to incorporate higher quality interaction paradigms between the house and specific groups of users such as people with Alzheimer’s disease (AD). One method of delivering these interaction paradigms acceptably and efficiently is through context processing the behavior of the residents within th...
A Public Health Observatory (PHO) is a platform to provide “health intelligence” as a service for a specific population. The World Health Organization (WHO) identifies the primary purposes of PHOs as “monitoring health situations and trends, including assessing progress toward agreed-upon health-related targets; producing and sharing evidence; and,...
Implementing emerging technologies is a complex task which requires time, precision, and organization. The definition of a logical structure for classifying and organizing complex information during the design process of a technological solution provides flexibility while the process becomes more prescriptive. One of the most used methods in the IC...
Assistive systems and emerging technologies are capable of supporting individuals with specific needs and diseases effectively. Nonetheless, in the domain of Smart Homes (SH), the interactions tend to become more complex and difficult to adapt to the users, creating a bottleneck for the efficient use and the acceptability of the interventions. This...
We present a novel self-management model for patients with chronic diseases based on personalized interventions using state of the art technologies for physiological, behavioral and environmental monitoring.
The fruitful adoption of technology is winding up progressively critical to practical autonomy and independence of elderly people with dementia. A superior comprehension of the technological boundaries and the necessities of cogni-tively impaired individuals will help the researchers to yield more suitable interventions and will prompt the avoidanc...