Fotografía de Antonio García Ríos
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Antonio García Ríos

Universidad de Granada


Electrónica y Tecnología de Computadores

Grupo de investigación

DiTEC (TIC-127)

Sobre mí

Antonio García Ríos holds a Master in Electronics Engineering (M.A.Sc., 1995) and a Master in Physics (major in Electronics, 1997), as well as a PhD in Electronics Engineering (1999). He started his career at the Dept. Electronics and Computer Technology of the University of Granada on 1996, where he currently serves as Full Professor (Catedrático de Universidad) from 2018 and acted as Secretary from 2006 to 2012. He was an Associate Professor at the Dept. Computer Engineering of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid from 2000 to 2001. His teaching has been mainly in the College of Computer and Telecommunications Engineering (ETSIIT) of the University of Granada, where he served as Vice-Dean for Student Mobility and Head of the International Office from 2012 to 2016. His research career has been carried out within the DiTEC (Digital Techniques, research group, as well as within the multidisciplinar group ECsens ( He is a member of the Research Center in Information and Communication Technologies (CITIC-UGR, His research was initially devoted to computer arithmetic, developing digital signal processing systems based on RNS (Residue Number System) and implemented on programmable logic under several projects from Plan Nacional I+D+i. His research evolved, thanks to the cooperation with other groups at UGR and UAM, toward the intellectual property protection of digital hardware and the application of digital and analog reconfigurable technologies to several fields, from artificial vision to, more recently, smart instruments and biosignal processing. All this work has led to the publication of more than 40 papers in indexed journals (most in the first and second quartiles), more than 100 contributions to international conferences, the supervision of 6 PhD dissertations and contributions to 11 projects in several national and regional programs, as well as several technology-transfer contracts and a CENIT-program project. He is also one of the applicants for 2 patents in Spain. He has been awarded 4 (the maximum possible to date) research complements (sexenios) by CNEAI, and his h-index is 22 on Google Scholar (UserID siNd6FEAAAAJ, almost 1900 citations) and 18 on Publons (ResearcherID C-6070-2012, more than 930 citations). He has cooperated with the Grupo de Investigación en Sistemas Electrónicos Digitales at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia in several technology-transfer initiatives oriented to the ICT industry, as well as with the group of Prof. Meyer-Baese at Florida State University (USA), where he was a Visiting Professor from Aug. 2017 to Jan. 2018 under the “Salvador de Madariaga” program. He is also a Senior Member of IEEE.

Líneas de investigación

Sistemas reconfigurables; Instrumentación inteligente; Procesamiento de señales biomédicas; Desarrollo de criptoprocesadores

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