Michael Garcia-Lorenz

Michael Garcia Lorenz

Dr. Michael Garcia Lorenz obtained his Physics Degree (specialization in Electronics) in 1989 at Complutense University of Madrid (UCM). Since 1997 he is working at the Electronics Technology Department in University Carlos III of Madrid (UC3M). He obtained his PhD in 2004 at UC3M and currently is an associate Professor at the Electronics Department of University Carlos III of Madrid.

He is an expert in Digital Design, especially in Dynamic Reconfiguration of FPGAs. Furthermore he is currently working in biometric systems, focussing in Image Capture in biometrics systems (Iris, face, finger and vein pattern). Along these years working at UC3M he has taken part in several R&D projects.

He is an expert in Digital Design, especially in Low Power. Furthermore he is currently working biometric systems, focussing in Handwritten Signature, and in Information Security (Side Channel Cryptanalysis). Along these years working at UC3M he has taken part in a great amount R&D projects.

His resumee is: (latest update, September'09)

  • R&D in Projects
    • 1 European Projects: BioSec.
    • 1 European Network (BEST Network)
    • 2 CENIT Projects (Segur@, INTEGRA)
    • 3 National Projects (competitive tendering): BACO, SIDECAR, PIBES
    • 5 Regional Projects (competitive tendering): SIGAME II, SCORE, CP06, CP07
    • 12 Complementary Actions
    • 17 Project/Contracts for Companies and Institutions 
  • Publications and Conferences
    • 4 Papers in International Journals
    • 17 International Conferences
  • Post-graduate Teaching
    • Microelectronics Design
  • Pre-graduate Teaching
    • Microprocessors (ARM7, PIC, 8051)
    • Microelectronics (Manufacturing, VHDL, Digital design with FPGAs)
    • Digital Electronics
    • Analog Electronics
    • Electronic Engineering Fundamentals
    • More than 10 Final Degree Projects