MSc Angel Alatorre, Early Stage Researcher 7, GM2
Angel Alatorre was born on January 20, 1987 in Mazatlan, Mexico. He is an Electronic Engineer graduated from Instituto Technologic de Culiacan in Mexico on November 2009. He worked from January 2010 to June 2012 on the Federal Electrical Company where he led a team consisting of 15 members. He holds a Master of Sciences (MSc) in Automatic Control from CINVESTAV (Centro de Investigacion y Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politecnico Nacional), Mexico. His MSc thesis was “Contribution to the modeling and control of ground-aerial hybrid vehicles” where he addressed topics such as predictive control schemes and autonomous ground-air vehicles. He joined General Electric Aviation Business, Mexico on 2015, where he was in charge of design modifications to the engine control logic software while maintaining the Federal Aviation Administration certification according to client needs and requirements. Currently, he is pursuing a PhD study at the Univesité de Technologie de Compiègne, France trough an ITEAM project. His research interests include vehicle dynamics control, autonomous vehicles, delay systems, fault detection logic, parametric identification and estimation, control algorithms based on saturated functions, predictive control schemes and robust control.