Born in Madrid in 1985, José M. Cogollor is PhD in Automation and Robotics, M.Sc. Automation and Robotics, and Technical Aeronautical Engineer at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. With good knowledge about ECSS standards related to the Spatial Product Quality, he has work experience as project engineer on the development of a programming environment to simulate the guidance system of an aerial vehicle as well as military aircrafts maintenance. After being responsible for the Promotion and Management of International Actions and R+D+i Projects in the Robots and Intelligent Machines researching group, focused on Teleoperation and Bilateral Control, at the Centre for Automation and Robotics CAR (UPM-CSIC), currently, José M. Cogollor holds a similar position at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid at a global level within to support all research groups interested in participating in projects framed in Large Scientific Infrastructures. Among its research areas, the design and evaluation of automatic and non-invasive user monitoring systems for cognitive rehabilitation is highlighted. The works and contributions from the research activity have been published in relevant journals and important international congresses such as MDPI Sensors, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) or Health Informatics. Regarding his teaching activity, José María teaches as Associate Professor at the ICAI Higher Technical School of Engineering (Universidad Pontificia Comillas), in addition to the teaching collaboration carried out during the completion of the Doctoral Thesis in related areas at UPM.
Regarding some professional merits, José María was the winner of the prize for the best business idea within the IX ActúaUPM Business Creation Competition, promoted by Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, he is a member editor in the Journal Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation - International and He has acted as "Session Chair" and / or reviewer in important conferences such as IEEE Global Engineering Education (EDUCON), IEEE International Conference on Teaching, Assessment and Learning for Engineering (TALE) or IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS) .