Ramón Martín Rodríguez Dagnino, Ph.D.

Ramón Martín Rodríguez Dagnino, Ph.D.


Research Areas:

  • Probabilistic performance analysis
  • Reliability analysis
  • Teletraffic modeling
  • Multimedia network design
  • Statistical signal processing and time series
  • Video and image compression

Ramón Martín Rodríguez Dagnino is a full-time professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey (ITESM) in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, Monterrey, Mexico. He received his Ph. D. in applied sciences from the University of Toronto, Canada, in 1993, and his M.Sc. from the Research and Advanced Studies Center (CInvEstAv) in Mexico City, in 1984. He worked at the R&D Center of TelMex (Mexican Telephone Co.) from 1984 to 1989 in systems design, digital signal processing, and technology planning. He was the chair of the Electronics and Telecommunications Center at ITESM (2000--2001), and member of the Academic University Council during 2000--2001 academic years. He was the director of the Telecommunications Management Master Program (2000--2010), and he won the ITESM Best Teaching and Research Award twice. He is the chairman of the IEEE-MTTS-17 Chapter in Mexico (Microwave Technologies). His research interests include: probabilistic performance analysis, reliability analysis, teletraffic modeling, multimedia network design, statistical signal processing and time series, video and image compression, and electromagnetics. He has served as a technical reviewer of many IEEE journals and conferences, SPIE, Springer, Taylor&Francis, and Elsevier journals, and in the Program Committee of IEEE and SPIE conferences. He is a senior member of IEEE, the American Mathematical Society, the Mexican Academy of Sciences, the Mexican Academy of Engineering, and the Mexican National System of Research (SNI). He has published more than 50 journal articles in well referenced journals. He is an associate editor of Computación y Sistemas (Mexico), Advances in Electrical Engineering (Hindawi), Journal of Probability and Statistics (Hindawi), and IEEE Transactions on Computers. He is a member of the Advisory Board in Decision Sciences of the British Editorial House Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

He has been the main advisor of 4 Ph.D. and 64 M.Sc. theses. He has taught undergraduate courses in circuits 1 and II, digital signal processing, microwaves, signals and systems, probability and stochastic processes, satellite communications and networks, wireless communication systems, and optical communications; and graduate courses in digital signal processing, satellite communications and networks, telecommunication networks and protocols, Kalman filtering, time series, statistical communications, optical communications, smart antennas, computer security, and probability and stochastic processes.

Email: rmrodrig@itesm.mx



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