Ernesto Suaste-Gomez received a doctorate degree in Biomedical Engineering in 1997 at the Center for Research and Advanced Studies, Cinvestav-IPN, Mexico. He has been a visiting scholar at several institutions including UC Berkeley, CSU Long Beach, NIH Bethesda MD, and Technical University of Ilmanau, Germany. Currently, he is a professor at the Electronic Engineering Department, Cinvestav-IPN. He teaches graduate courses in biomedical engineering and his research domain involves areas related to Human Vision, Eye Behavior and Biomedical Instrumentation in Variability Cardiac and Pupil Reflex. He is also interested in developing and applying new materials such as ferroelectric, piezoelectric, piezopolymers, pyroelectrics in the design of sensors and transducer. In addition, he also works on applications of sensors, actuators, transducers for ultrasonic imaging, positioning systems, energy harvesting and microelectronic devices associate at Biomedical Engineering.