Granada (Andalusia, Spain)
From May 10 to May 12, 2019
His first contact with electronics began when he was very young when he opened a cassette to see what there was inside and what he saw pleased him, so he dedicated his entire student life to becoming an electronic engineer, and he got an “A” in his final project. He has been working in teaching since 1984. Educational robotics: its first steps began in 2009 with a visit to Malakabot, where it quickly saw the great possibilities this had and immediately introduced it as transversal content in the subjects it taught. With a highly motivated student group, they began their participation in micro robotics competitions (Madrid-Bot, Malakabot, Robolot, dbSariak and Robolid) and in projects (ARCE Project: “Learning Electronics through Robotics”, Guadalbot Project: “We learn Electronics using robotics”, PLUMA Project: Universal Microcontrolled Platform). Educational and industrial applications, Gutenberg3D Project. 3D design and printing. Creator of the first free 3D printer in Granada with a Prusa i2 under the umbrella of ClonWars. He currently volunteers with ENABLING THE FUTURE. A Global Network Of Passionate Volunteers Using 3D Printing To Give The World A “Helping Hand”. Member of the Robolot Team. He is currently studying English and learning to manage FPGAs through her participation in FPGAWars.
In what I will work during the stay in Faber. Presentation of the prototype air quality measurement station that emerged as a project last year and which was named EDUCACONT. The fundamental idea of the project is to create a device as economical as possible that would be installed in all possible places and make the students are responsible for collecting data and maintain the station. The data set of all the stations can be shared in an accessible common place to be able to proceed to its analysis and use in different forms and class subjects.