Teaching activities

Current teaching in official Master and Bachelor's programmes

Devices for Radiofrequency and Optical Communications”. Master's Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, second semester.

"Introduction to Research in Signal Theory and Communications". Master’s Degree in Engineering Research, second semester.

"Signals and Systems". Bachelor’s Degree in Sound and Image Engineering, third semester.

"Discrete Audio and Video Processing". Bachelor’s Degree in Sound and Image Engineering, fifth semester.

"Digital Audio". Bachelor’s Degree in Sound and Image Engineering, seventh semester.

 

Past teaching activities

Undergraduate courses: “Network Analysis" (Master’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, University of Vigo, Spain, in 1994/95), “High-Frequency Devices” (Master’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, University of Vigo, Spain, in 1995/96), “Digital Audio I” (Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, Sound and Image, University of Extremadura, from 2000/01 up to 2009/10), “Digital Audio II” (Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, Sound and Image, University of Extremadura, from 2001/02 up to 2010/11), “Communication Electronics” (Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, Sound and Image, University of Extremadura, from 2001/2002 up to 2010/11).

Doctorate courses: “Microwave and Millimeter-wave Integrated Circuits” (Doctorate programme: “Software engineering and specialized architectures”, 2002/03), “Optimization techniques for microwave transistor modelling” (Doctorate programme: “Information Technology, Signals and Communications”, 2003/04 and 2004/05), "Technological Applications in Devices and Equipment" (Doctorate programme: Electromagnetic Engineering: Fundamentals and Applications, 2007/08 and 2008/09).

 

Supervision of Bachelor and Master's thesis

In the area of RF, microwave and millimeter-wave devices and circuits

In the area of digital signal processing

Other topic areas

Teaching Innovation projects

Development and implementation of an interactive learning tool about signal processing techniques: an experience towards the European Higher Education Area”.

Application of project-based learning in three different courses included in the Bachelor’s Degree in Telecommunication Engineering, Sound and Image

Design and implementation of procedures, tools and materials to be used by Erasmus students and internships”. 

Problem-based learning, with the support of audiovisual material in english”. 

“Assessment of generic competences in the context of Telecommunication Engineering”.