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Vladimir Robles Bykbaev

  • PhD in Information and Communication Technologies
  • Researcher at UNESCO Chair on Support Technologies for educational inclusion
  • Salesian Polytechnic University
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Research interests

Computer VisionAssistive TechnologiesChildren with disabilities and communication disordersSpecial EducationIntelligent Systems for Speech-Language TherapyArtificial Intelligence

Co-authors (119)

Recent publications

  • Preprocessing the structural optimization of the SPELTRA robotic assistant by numerical simulation based on finite elements

    • Serpa-Andrade G
    • Serpa-Andrade L
    • Robles-Bykbaev V
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  • An interactive ecosystem based on Borda voting schemes and serious games to support the discovery of aggressiveness and inhibition traits on scholar children

    • Robles-Bykbaev V
    • Solorzano-Guerrero P
    • Cajamarca-Llivipuma M
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Researcher at UNESCO Chair on Support Technologies for educational inclusion

Universidad Politécnica Salesiana

November 2016 - Present

Director of Scientific Research, Cuenca Regional Campus

Universidad Politécnica Salesiana

July 2015 - Present

Officer of Laboratory Research in artificial intelligence and assistive technologies

Universidad Politécnica Salesiana

September 2012 - Present

Associate Professor

Universidad Politécnica Salesiana

September 2008 - Present

Education

PhD in Information and Communication Technologies

University of Vigo - VigoCampus

September 2013 - October 2016(3 years)

Master on Artificial Intelligence, Pattern Recognition and Digital Imaging

Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

October 2008 - July 2010(2 years)

Systems Engineer

Universidad Politécnica Salesiana

September 2000 - August 2006(6 years)