Enric Fernandez holds a M.Sc. in Telecomunications Engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya – with a 5 months Erasmus stage at Politecnico di Milano in 2008.
From 2008 to 2011, he participated on the GLXP competition, being signed for some months by the UPC as a researcher. During these years, he was mainly responsible of a lunar-rover communications systems (RF*). More info…
On march of 2012, he started his master’s thesis at the extinct Institut of Geomatics (now, a CTTC division). Guided by E.Angelats, his thesis focuses on an analytical image stabilization method, measuring the rotations of a camera and compenseting by software the attitude diference between two or more consecutive frames. More info…
After its completion, he joined the CTTC as a research assistant, participating in different projects, such as:
OrbiSTAR-II – Design of a dual custom-camera system for aerial photography on Brazil.
Perigeo – Desing and implementation of multi-sensor system for non-GNSS scenarios navigation.
C/C++, PCB, soldering, Arduino, Gumstix, Bleagleboard, DAS, Netburner, Raspberry Pi, Eagle CAD, Google Sketch up, HFSS, ADS, Magick++, Android, Matlab, GPS, GNSS, IMU, LiDAR, …
* Article published on a Conference: Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC), 2011 IEEE/AIAA 30th. “A synthetic aperture antenna for femto-satellites based on commercial-of-the-shelf”. Fernandez-Murcia, E.; Izquierdo, L. ; Tristancho, J.
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6431-8398