As a researcher, my academic and work training has focused on the development and implementation of control algorithms in the field of robotics. From my doctoral thesis project I have specialized in the use of robotic systems for rehabilitation therapies, which allowed me to join the UASLP in 2014 as a full professor in Biomedical Engineering. During my career in the UASLP I have supervised more than 12 thesis projects of undergraduate, master's and doctoral degrees, in which various robotic prototypes for assistance and rehabilitation (prostheses, exoskeletons, etc.) have been developed and controlled. My current research interests include biorobotics, robot control and vision-based control.