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Gustavo from Australia applies for Blue Card Germany

Electronics engineers

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Profession:

Name of profession: Electronics engineers Name of latest business sector: Education Latest occupation/title: University Lecturer Latest main activities:

Education:

Completed education: master Title or Qualification: Ms. in Engineering Specialisation: Additional trainings:

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | 2. Preferred country | region / city: Austria | 3. Preferred country | region / city: Luxembourg |

Language skills:

1. Language skills: spanish => excellent 2. Language skills: spanish => excellent 3. Language skills: =>

Personal note /detailed application:

Curriculum Vitae

Qualifications

August 2012 - Today Ph.D. in Robotics
Monash University (Australia)
ECSE, Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering
Currently in my last semester of Ph.D. studies.

2008 Master of Sciences, Major in Electrical Engineering
Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (Chile)
Successfully completed with High Distinction.

2004 Electronics Engineering
Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (Chile)
Successfully completed with High Distinction.

2004 Licentiate in Engineering Sciences
Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (Chile)
Successfully completed with High Distinction.

Relevant Experience

2011 - Today Demonstrator at Monash University (ECSE) of the courses:

- Digital Systems (ECE 2072)
- Computer Systems(ECE 3073)

This is an introductory unit to the design and use of microprocessor systems. It encompasses the fundamentals of the computer architecture behind the microprocessor. How to connect up a microprocessor to memory and Input/Output devices, techniques for interfacing useful I/O devices and an introduction to communications for microprocessors and to ‘Real-time’ operating systems for use on embedded systems.

2007 – 2009 Lecturer at University of the Americas (Chile), member of Laureate
International Universities

Responsible for the following courses:
- Computer Support
- Manufacturing Management Workshop
- Informatics I
- Informatics Workshop
- Electric Systems Technologies
- Informatics Systems Security
- Engineering Fundamentals
- Protocols and Data Communication

2007 – 2009 Lecturer at Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (Chile)

Responsible for the following courses:
- Artificial Vision and Neural Networks
- Electronics Laboratory I and II
- Circuits Theory
- Solid State Electronics

2006 Lecturer at Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (Chile)

Responsible for the following courses:
- Artificial Vision and Neural Networks
- Digital Electronics Circuits
- Electronics Laboratory II

2005 Research Assistant at Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso’s Robotic,
Artificial intelligence and Automation Laboratory (Chile).

2002 – 2005 Demonstrator at Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (Chile)

Demonstrator of several courses, including:

- Microprocessors
- Computers Structure
- Algebra and Analytical Geometry
- Differential and Integral Calculus

Volunteer Experience

2005 - Development of a multidisciplinary project in collaboration with UTFSM
(Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María) architecture students, MUTEK
2005 (Electronic Music and Digital Creativity Festival).

Co-Supervised Theses (at Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso (Chile))

- Artificial Vision for Texture Recognition
- Learning a Robotic Manipulator Assembly Sequence using Neural Networks
- Fruit Classification by means of a Vision System, Considering Color and Shape
- Vision System using Neural Networks
- Agricultural Process Automation
- Flexible Systems of Production with Applications
- Fingerprints Recognition using Neural Networks
- Quality Control Cells with Artificial Vision System

Publications

Schleyer, G., Russell, A., Disturbance and Failure Classification in Walking Robots. Presented at the Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation (ACRA), Melbourne, Australia, 2011.
Schleyer, G., Russell, A., Adaptable Gait Generation for Autotomised Legged Robots. Presented at the Australasian Conference on Robotics and Automation (ACRA), Brisbane, Australia, 2010.
Schleyer, G., Lefranc, G., Experimental 3-D Visual servoing for FMS applications. Presented at the Third Conference on Management and Control of Production and Logistics, Santiago de Chile, 2004.
Paper published by Elsevier Ltd on behalf of IFAC in Management and Control of Production and Logistics, A Proceeding from the IFAC/IEEE/ACCA Conference, Santiago, Chile, 3 - 5 November 2004, pages 161-167.

Skills Summary

Research Skills
Highly developed research skills demonstrated through experience co-supervising bachelor theses, working as a research assistant and as a Ph.D. student.

Communication Skills
High standard of oral presentation and written skills as evidenced by publications of conference papers.

Computer Skills
Proficient in Visual C/C++, Atmel Studio, Matlab, SolidWorks, CorelDraw, Eagle, Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

Referees

Andrew Russell, Associate Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University
Melbourne - Australia
Phone: +61 3 9905 3462
andy.russell@eng.monash.edu.au

Enrique Piraino, Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso. Chile.
Phone: +56 32 2273 694
epiraino@ucv.cl


 

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