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Jeannete Aguilar

Continuing Lecturer
Mailing Addresses
PURDUE UNIVERSITY
ARMSTRONG HALL
701 WEST STADIUM AVENUE
WEST LAFAYETTE, IN 47907-2045

Biography

Jeannete Aguilar first joined the School of Engineering Education at Purdue in 2018 as a continuing Lecturer for the First-Year Engineering Program. Her focus is on researching Dynamic Friction Models (Vehicles). She has 14 years teaching and advising junior, senior, and graduate students in Mexico. She was working for three years at the Autonomous University of Baja California(UABC), Baja California, Mexico as a Lecturer and Mechatronics Area Coordinator, and she was working one year at the Tijuana Institute of Technology(ITT), Baja California, Mexico as an Assistant Professor. Jeannete likes the mobile robotics, she has participated in several robotics competitions in Mexico and Unites States.

Hometown

Mexico City, Mexico

Education

Ph.D., Mechanical-Mechatronic Engineering, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)
M.Sc., Electrical-Control Engineering, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)
B.S. Computer Science, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM)

Research Interests

Development of mechatronics, electronics, mechanical design, and robotics used in national and international competitions.

Manager of Learning and Fabrication laboratories in the following areas of engineering: mechatronic, electronic (e.g. Electronic design & repair), programing microcontrollers (e.g. MPLAB C Compiler; CCS Pic C compiler; Assembly language), control(e.g. Tire-road contact forces; Models for tire-road contact; Wheeled vehicles; Dynamic friction; Traction-braking control)prototyping(e.g. Mini Robotics for national and international competitions), mechanical design(3D Design Auto CAD and Solid Works), and Robotics Education(e.g., Lego and NAO robots).

Analysis and design of digital control systems and Microcontroller programming.

Selected Publications

Aguilar-Martinez and L. Alvarez-Icaza. “Analysis of tire-road contact area in a control oriented test bed for dynamic friction models.” Journal of Applied Research and Technology, Volume 13, Issue 4, Pages 461-471 (ISSN 1665-6423).

Cruz-Hernandez, K. Granados-Albarran, A. Davila-Jauregui, R. Anaya-Garcia, J. Aguilar-Martinez and A. Templos-Carbajal. “Comparison between the performance controllers of PD, PD and PD neuro-fuzzy in the control position of the tire direction of a mobile robot.” 2015 Chilean Conference on Electrical, Electronics Engineering, Information and Communication Technologies (CHILECON).October28 –30, 2015; Santiago, Chile.

Rascon C., Raul and Aguilar, Jeannete Guadalupe. “Stabilization of a Class of 2-DOF Underactuated Mechanical Systems with External Perturbations.” XVILatin American Congress of Automatic Control. October14-17, 2014; Cancun, Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Jeannete Aguilar-Martinez and Luis Alvarez-Icaza. “Characterization and control of a mechanical system to study tyre-road friction.” (Caracterizaci?n y control de un sistema mecanico para estudiar la friccion llanta-pavimento, in Spanish.) Mexican Association of Automatic Control (AMCA).October 2013, Mexico.

Awards, Honors, Achievements, & Memberships

  • “Analysis of New Technologies for Frictional Controlling Systems with Emphasis on Tire-Road Interaction.” Source of support: Sectoral Coordination of Planning and System. National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT). Support To Research, Technological Development And Innovation. No. M00.3/0435/2015 Award period: August 2015-August 2016, Mexico
  • Robogames-Third place Category: Lego Autonomous. Role: Advisor. April 2013,San Mateo Event Center, San Francisco, United State of America.
  • Robotic challenge-Judge Category: CAOSMay 2012, Autonomous University of Baja California, Tecate, Baja California, Mexico.
  • RoboCup-Judge Category: Junior Rescue Lego June 2012, World Trade Center, Mexico City, M?xico
  • Robogames-Third place Category: Line Following Autonomous. April 2010,San Mateo Event Center, San Francisco, United State of America.
  • Robothon-Third place Category: Brick heap Wars Role: Competitor September 2008, Seattle Center House, Washington, United State of America.
  • National Mini Robotics Challenge-Third place Category: Bifurcation Role: Competitor.July2007, Technological Institute of Queretaro. Queretaro, Mexico.
  • RoboCup-First place Category: Junior Robots. Role: Advisor. July 2007, Georgia Institute of Technology. Atlanta, United State of America.
  • Robothon-Second place Category: Line Following. Role: Competitor. September 2007, Seattle Center House. Seattle, Washington, United State of America.
  • Robothon-First place Category. Line Following. Role: Competitor. September 2006, Seattle Center House. Seattle, Washington, United State of America.
  • National Mini Robotics Challenge-First place Category. Line Following. Role: Competitor. May 2005,Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education. Queretaro. Mexico.
  • University Mini Robotics challenge.-First place Category: Line Following. Role: Competitor. May 2004, High School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering(ESIME), National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). Culhuacan, Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Robotics Challenge of the Engineering Department-First place Category racing robot. Role: Competitor. May 2004, School of Engineering (FI). National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico. National Mini Robotics challenge-Fourth place in water polo category. Competitor. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers(IEEE), Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education(ITESM).May 2005, Queretaro. Mexico.

Experience

  • School of Languages and Cultures, Purdue University Lecturer. (SP18)
  • National Assessment Center for Higher Education (CENEVAL), Mexico City, Mexico. (2012-present) Development of National Entrance Exams, Undergraduate and Graduate Levels.
  • Tijuana Institute of Technology(ITT), Baja California, Mexico. Assistant Professor, Full Time Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2015-2016)
  • Autonomous University of Baja California(UABC), Baja California, Mexico. Lecturer and Mechatronics Area Coordinator, Full Time Mechatronics Engineering Department
  • National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City, Mexico.
  • Thesis Co-Advisor Institute of Engineering, UNAM.