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Francisco Rodriguez

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  • University of Almeria
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Research interests

Agriculture and EnergyRoboticAutomatic control


F. Rodríguez is Associate Professor of Systems Engineering and Automatic Control at the University of Almería (Spain). He obtained his Telecommunication Engineering degree from Madrid Polytechnics University (Spain) and his Ph.D. degree from the University of Almería in 2002. Now he is a researcher and member of the Automatic Control, Robotic and Mechatronic research group of the University of Almería. He has participated in several Spanish and European research projects, and I+D+i tasks with many companies. He is member of IFAC Technical Committee TC 8.1, Control in Agriculture, since 2005. His current research interests are focused to the application of modeling, automatic control, and robotics techniques to dynamic systems and education

Co-authors (65)

  • Tien Cao-Hoang
  • Jeronimo Ramos Teodoro
  • Jose Luis Torres
  • José Domingo Álvarez
  • Jose Antonio Carballo
  • Jose Luis Blanco-Claraco

Publications (5)

  • Nonlinear MPC based on a Volterra series model for greenhouse temperature control using natural ventilation

    • Gruber J
    • Guzmán J
    • Rodríguez F
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  • Experimentation environments for teaching basic concepts on automatic control | Entornos de experimentación para la enseñanza de conceptos básicos de modelado y control

    • Guzmán J
    • Domínguez M
    • Berenguel M
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  • Simulation of greenhouse climate monitoring and control with wireless sensor network and event-based control

    • Pawlowski A
    • Guzman J
    • Rodríguez F
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  • Simulation of transpiration, drainage, N uptake, nitrate leaching, and N uptake concentration in tomato grown in open substrate

    • Gallardo M
    • Thompson R
    • Rodríguez J
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  • A volterra model of the greenhouse temperature using natural ventilation

    • Gruber J
    • Rodríguez-Díaz F
    • Bordons C
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Professional experience

Universidad de Almeria