Education


  • Modular platform for the development and evaluation of detection algorithms academic plagiarism. [2014]

The objective of this project was to develop a modular web platform that allows the incorporation and evaluation of algorithms for academic plagiarism detection.

Professors: Vladimir Robles, Eduardo Calle
Undergraduate students:


  • Design and construction of a training system for scientific experimentation – technology to motivate children between ten and eleven in science and technology. [2012]

This project was focused on developing an educational robot to motivate children for science and technology. The project led to the creation of a science classroom for children which currently teaches courses to more than 200 children annually, using recreational activities.

Principal researchers: Elena Durán, Diego Granja, Eduardo Calle


  • Study, design, and construction of a type Stewart, didactic robotics platform applied to the study of diffused controllers.  [2011]

This project is focused on the development of a Stewart platform for the evaluation of control algorithms. The support platform serves as a work plane in which it moves freely. Computer vision algorithms are used to determine the position of the sphere and repower the system. Additionally, diffused control algorithms are implemented to evaluate the system

Undergraduate students: Natalia Gonzales, Patricio Reinoso.


  • Design and implementation of a high speed data acquisition card and its application in the design of academic labs based on free source hardware and software. [2011]

The objective of this project was to develop low-cost hardware for high speed signal acquisition and to propose a new teaching methodology. This project provided tools to generate theoretical and hands-on environments in the same place.

Undergraduate students: Raul Cajas, Freddy Campoverde, Enmanuel Tello.


  • Development of graphic programming language for microcontrollers. [2011]

The Microcontroller project is a Visual Programming Language Graph whose objective devices are microcontrollers. It was developed in C # language on the .NET platform. The system used the Netron graphics engine library that allows you to develop diagrams and provides methods to facilitate analysis of connections and graphs. A full compilation process was implemented from graphical diagrams, passing through code programmed in C language, up to hexadecimal code. The objective devices were from the dsPIC microcontrollers family, being the extensible system for more devices through bookstores that can be added in a modular system.

Undergraduate students: Klever Cajamarca


  • Design and construction of a workbench of mechatronic applications for the “Técnico Salesiano” High School [2008]

The project is focused on the development of a Stewart platform for the evaluation of control algorithms. The support platform serves as a work plane in which it moves freely. Computer vision algorithms are used to determine the position of the sphere and repower the system. Additionally, diffused control algorithms are implemented to evaluate the system..

Undergraduate students:Felipe Peña.