Dr. Juan José González de la Rosa received the M.S. Degree in Physics-Electronics in 1992, from the University of Granada, Spain, and his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering in 1999 (summa cum laude), from the University of Cádiz, Spain.
Three awards-recognitions of six-year research periods in the field of Engineering and Communication Engineering, Computation and Electronics by the National Assessment Commission of the Research Activity of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science (CNEAI), he is the author of a number of JCR research articles, attendant of multiple conferences and international research meetings, which are the result of his participation and leadership in research projects. He has also visited and attended Universities (invited professor), Research Institutes and Companies in France, Switzerland, Italy and Spain.
Currently, he is Full Professor in Electronics and the main researcher and the founder of the Research Group in Computational Instrumentation and Industrial Electronics (ICEI-PAIDI-TIC-168). His main research interests are higher-order statistics, power quality and in general, instrumental techniques for enhancing measurement systems.
Regarding his membership, among others, he is IEEE Senior Member (Instrumentation and Measurement Society), and belongs to the Spanish Professional College of Physicists.