In the following, some notes on my professional trajectory can be found; much more details in my blog (in Spanish): http://joaquinsevilla.blogspot.com.es/
Graduate in Physics (1991), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. PhD in Applied Physics from the same university.
Research grants (for 5 years), Part time associate professor in the Escuela Universitaria de Fisioterapia de la ONCE (for blind students).
Design Engineer in Westinghouse Energy Systems Spain, (1991-94)
Associate Professor (tenured since 1996) from 1994 until now.
Assorted subjects in Industrial and Telecommunication Engineering degrees for many years; mainly related to Measuring Science (in industrial and medical environments) and analog electronics.
In recent years in three Masters Degrees: “secondary teachers”, TECOM and Medical Engineering.
More details: http://joaquinsevilla.blogspot.com.es/p/coueseware.html
I keep opnened two research lines: (i) Photonic chrystals based on dielectric spheres study and (ii) Assistive Technology projects to improve life quality of people with disabilities. (The later quite inactive in recent times)
Publications, cites and so on in:: http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=hSAU4foAAAAJ&hl=en
Positions in University organization
Vicerrector for New Technologies and Innovative Education (1999-2003)
Socrates European Mobility program coordinator for the School of Engineering (ETSIIT)
Medical Engineering elective program coordinator
Shared Virtual Campus of Group 9 of Universities Director