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Antonio Caamano

  • PhD
  • Fulbright Visiting Scholar
  • George Washington University
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Research interests

Distributed Signal ProcessingWireless Communications Wireless Sensor Networks Blind Source Separation

About

Antonio Caamaño Fernández obtained his MsC in Theoretical Physics (1995) from the Autonomous University of Madrid and his PhD in Telecommunications Engineering (2003) from the Carlos III University of Madrid. Since 2003 he is Assistant Professor in the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid. Since 2005 he serves as Head of Department. He has headed and participated in numerous research and R+D projects. He has directed two PhD Theses.

Co-authors (110)

  • camila valentina
  • Luis M. Lopez-Ramos
  • Carlos Rey-Moreno

Publications (5)

  • Ambulatory Gait Measurement System for Natural Environments

    • Chidean M
    • Del Arco E
    • Morgado E
    • et al.
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  • Arrhythmia Mechanism and Scaling Effect on the Spectral Properties of Electroanatomical Maps with Manifold Harmonics

    • Sanroman-Junquera M
    • Mora-Jimenez I
    • Garcia-Alberola A
    • et al.
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  • Fetal heart rate analysis for automatic detection of perinatal hypoxia using normalized compression distance and machine learning

    • Barquero-Pérez Ó
    • Santiago-Mozos R
    • Lillo-Castellano J
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  • Spatio-temporal analysis of wind resource in the Iberian Peninsula with data-coupled clustering

    • Chidean M
    • Caamaño A
    • Ramiro-Bargueño J
    • et al.
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  • Hybrid higher-order statistics learning in multiuser detection

    • Caamano A
    • Boloix-Tortosa R
    • Ramos J
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Fulbright Visiting Scholar

George Washington University

April 2017 - Present

Associate Professor

Rey Juan Carlos University

October 2003 - Present

Research Assistant

Carlos III University of Madrid

October 2000 - September 2003(3 years)

Education history

PhD

Carlos III University of Madrid

October 1998 - July 2003(5 years)

MsC

Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

September 1989 - January 1995(5 years)