Joaquin Ballesteros, Post Doc

Joaquin Ballesteros received his Ph.D. in Telecommunications with summa cum laude by the University of Malaga in 2017. He started as research associate at Seville University from 2011 to 2013 with aerial robots and POMDP to planning under uncertainty. Then, he obtain a grant to do his PhD at Malaga University from 2013 to 2017 in a completely different and promising research area, the health robots for mobility enhancement. During this period, he was research and teaching assistant at Malaga University. Additionally, he collaborated with other groups. It is remarkable his stay as guest research, during summer 2016, at MOVE Research Institute (VU University Amsterdam). He has used artificial intelligence and data mining techniques to create solutions for health robotics. Currently, Mälardalen University gives him the opportunity to continue his research in health robotics as postdoc.

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Latest publications:

Self-Adaptation of the Smart Cane platform (Dec 2019)
Inmaculada Ayala, Joaquin Ballesteros, Juan Rafael Caro-Romero , Mercedes Amor , Lidia Fuentes
13th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient ‪Intelligence (UCAmI)

A Neural Network for Stance Phase detection in smart cane users (Jun 2019)
Juan Rafael Caro-Romero , Joaquin Ballesteros, Francisco Garcia-Lagos , Francisco Sandoval
15th International Work-Conference on Artificial Neural Networks (IWANN'19)

Feature Selection of EEG Oscillatory Activity Related to Motor Imagery Using a Hierarchical Genetic Algorithm (Jun 2019)
Miguel Leon Ortiz, Joaquin Ballesteros, Jonatan Tidare, Ning Xiong, Elaine Åstrand
IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (IEEE CEC'19)

A cane-based low-cost sensor to implement attention mechanisms in telecare robots (May 2019)
Joaquin Ballesteros, Alberto Tudela , Juan Rafael Caro-Romero , Cristina Urdiales
2019 International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA'19)

Weight-Bearing Estimation for Cane Users by Using Onboard Sensors (Jan 2019)
Joaquin Ballesteros, Alberto Tudela , Juan Rafael Caro-Romero , Cristina Urdiales
Sensors Journal (Sensors)