Julio Manuel Vega Pérez
Profesor Asociado

Centro

E.T.S. Ingenieria de Telecomunicación

Departamento

Teoría de la Señal y las Comunicaciones y Sistemas Telemáticos y Computación

Área

Ingeniería Telemática
Presentación
Méritos
Docencia y asignaturas impartidas en el curso actual
  • PLAN ASIGNATURA
    (2039) GRADO EN INGENIERIA EN SISTEMAS AUDIOVISUALES Y MULTIMEDIA (FUENLABRADA)INFORMATICA I
    (2041) GRADO EN INGENIERIA EN TELEMATICA (FUENLABRADA)AMPLIACION DE SISTEMAS TELEMATICOS
Listado de proyectos (Últimos 10 años)
  • Fecha inicio: 01/01/10
    Fecha fin: 31/05/14
    Entidad financiadora: Comunidad de Madrid
    Referencia externa: S2009/DPI-1559

    Investigador/es principal/es:

    • Jose María Cañas Plaza

    Investigador/es:

    • Jose María Cañas Plaza
    • Miguel Ángel Ortuño Pérez
    • Julio Manuel Vega Pérez
    • Teodoro González Sánchez
    • Carlos Enrique Agüero Durán
    • David Lobato Bravo
    • Francisco Martín Rico
    • Gonzalo José Abella Dago
    • Eduardo Perdices García
    • Borja Menéndez Moreno

Códigos de investigador
Publicaciones
  • My main publications are described below. See full list on https://gsyc.urjc.es/jmvega/publications.html

    Doctoral thesis

    [2018, Sep.] (Int., hon.) Educational framework for teaching Robotics

    This thesis aims to provide several solutions to some classic problems inherent to Robotics, such as navigation and localization, but using a camera as the main sensor.In addition, a learning framework for teaching Robotics with Vision as a subject is presented. Using it, the students at pre-university curricular level learn the principles of Science and Engineering and the computer programming skills demanded in today¿s society.The use of Python language and its practical activities about robots with vision make this learning framework unique and more powerful than other existing frameworks.[PDF Full Text][PDF Slides][Website]

    Book chapters

    [2012, Sep] IGI. Attentive Visual Memory for Robot Localization

    Robotic Vision: Technologies for Machine Learning and Vision Applications, pp 408-438, USA, Copyright IGI Global September 2012. ISBN: 978-1-4666-2672-0 (hardcover)Text not available. This book is protected by copyright.

    Journals

    [2018, Dec] Electronics JCR. PiBot: An Open Low-Cost Robotic Platform with Camera for STEM Education

    Electronics 2018, 7, 430-446; doi:10.3390/electronics7120430. ISSN: 2079-9292This paper presents a robotic platform, PiBot, which was developed to improve the teaching of robotics with vision to secondary students. Its computational core is the Raspberry Pi 3 controller board, and the greatest novelty of this prototype is the support developed for the powerful camera mounted on board, the PiCamera.[PDF Full Text]

    [2013, Jan] Sensors JCR. Robot evolutionary Localization Based on Attentive Visual Short-Term Memory

    Sensors 2013, 13, 1268-1299; doi:10.3390/s130101268. ISSN: 1424-8220 This paper proposes implementing a dynamic visual memory to store the information gathered from a moving camera on board a robot, followed by an attention system to choose where to look with this mobile camera, and a visual localization algorithm that incorporates this visual memory. [PDF Full Text]

    [2012, Jan] JOPHA SJR. Local robot navigation based on an active visual short-term memory

    Journal of Physical Agents. Volume 6, Number 1, pp 21-30. ISSN: 1888-0258 This work proposes a dynamic visual memory to store the information gathered from a continuously moving camera onboard the robot and an attention system to choose where to look at with such mobile camera. [PDF Full Text]