Description: IDENER is a research SME that investigates in the multidisciplinary field of Computational Science and its application to the optimization of systems and processes in key areas: Industrial Technologies; ICTs; Biotechnology; Energy; and Resource and Raw Materials Efficiency. This approach results in a high added value which sharpens the competitive edge of complex systems by providing improvements in performance and cost effectiveness. To that end, IDENER integrates concepts from four interrelated and complementary areas: Mathematical Modelling and Simulation; Multidisciplinary Design Optimization; Control Engineering; and Software Engineering.
Main tasks in AGRICORE: IDENER will be the coordinator of the project and, accordingly, some of its main tasks will be those related to the proper management and coordination of the project execution, including project monitoring, meeting preparation and technical and financial reporting to the Commission.
Mr. Carlos Leyva Guerrero, MSc in Telecommunications Eng. in 2011 at the University of Seville (Spain), is specialised in software and hardware engineering and joined IDENER in 2010. He is in charge of the IT and Industry 4.0 Applications department where he leads the software implementation done in the related projects. His works are indeed focused on systems integration and processes scale-up as well as in the implementation and deployment of laboratory developed solutions in industrial environments.
Pablo Baez-Gonzalez was born in Córdoba, Spain, in 1985. He received the B.E. degree in telecommunications engineering from the Polytechnical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, in 2010, and the M.E. and Ph.D. degrees in automation, electronics and telecommunications engineering from the University of Seville, Seville, Spain, in 2014 and 2020, respectively.From 2011 to 2012, he held a lecturing position with the Department of Electronics and Computer Science, Central American University of El Salvador.In 2014, after finishing his M.E., he joined IDENER, Seville, as Intern. During his Ph.D. process, he also served as an Assistant Lecturer with the Department of Automation and Systems engineering, University of Seville. In 2019, he re-joined IDENER, where he is currently a Research and Development Engineer with the Information Technology and Energy Department. His previous research interests included energy hubs, optimal power dispatch and optimal power scheduling in manufacturing processes, energy exchanges between microgrids and peer-to-peer energy markets within them. His current research interests are related to the modelling and impact assessment of Common European Policies applied to several fields (agriculture, energy, etc.). He is currently the deputy coordinator of AGRICORE Project.
Álvaro Ojeda Roldán was born in Seville in 1997. He is graduated in Electronics, Robotic and Mechatronics Engineering from the University of Seville (Spain), specialising in Robotics and Automation. He joined IDENER in 2019, and he is part of the IT and Industry 4.0 Applications department as an R&D Engineer. His works are focused on data processing and programming systems based on machine learning. Thanks to his position, he has developed a keen interest in those fields, especially to improve the efficiency of industrial processes and contribute to the fight against climate change.
- Jaime Durán Suárez (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- Alex Hall Freaza (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- Iván Rodríguez Pérez (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- Alejandro del Real Torres (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- Fernando Dorado Rueda (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- Alejandro Trujillo Quevedo (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- M. Ángeles Carrasco Gallego (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- Sabine Delaitre (CV and profile picture to be provided)
- Patricia Abad (CV and profile picture to be provided)
Web page: http://www.idener.es