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Roberto Salas Zúñiga

Roberto Salas Zúñiga

Roberto Salas Zúñiga uses Mathematica in his classroom in symbolic calculations, digital signaling processing, data analysis, fluid mechanics, and electromagnetic courses.

Roberto taught at his alma mater, Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Escuela Superior de Ingeniería y Arquitectura, early in his academic career. Shortly thereafter he moved to Querétaro, accepting a position at ITESM. He completed research stays at the Institute of Systems Science in Bejing, China and the National Institute of Metrology before settling down at the Universidad Nacional Aeronáutica en Querétaro.

Roberto has been involved in many applied research projects in automotive simulation, electronics, medical data analysis, and finite element simulation. His most recent project is the development of secondary laboratories of metrology accredited by the Mexican Accreditation Entity (EMA).


La Universidad Aeronáutica en Querétaro (UNAQ), México


BS in Physics and Mathematics, Instituto Politécnico Nacional
MS in Electrical Engineering, CINVESTAV del IPN
PhD in Science and Electrical Engineering, CINVESTAV del IPN


Spanish, English


Mathematical modeling, system identification, automatic control applications, digital signal processing, image processing, instrumentation and electronic applications, bioelectronics