Fausto Pedro García Márquez

University of Castile-La Mancha

Fausto works at UCLM, Spain as Full Professor (Accredited as Full Professor from 2013), as Honorary Senior Research Fellow at Birmingham University, UK, as Lecturer at the Postgraduate European Institute, and he was a Senior Manager in Accenture (2013-2014). He obtained his European PhD with a maximum distinction. He has been distinguished with the prizes: Advancement Prize for Management Science and Engineering Management Nominated Prize (2018), First International Business Ideas Competition 2017 Award (2017); Runner (2015), Advancement (2013) and Silver (2012) by the International Society of Management Science and Engineering Management (ICMSEM); Best Paper Award in the international journal of Renewable Energy (Impact Factor 3.5) (2015). He has published more than 150 papers (65 % ISI, 30% JCR and 92% internationals), some recognized as: “Renewable Energy” (as “Best Paper 2014”); “ICMSEM” (as “excellent”), “Int. J. of Automation and Computing” and “IMechE Part F: J. of Rail and Rapid Transit” (most downloaded), etc. He is the author and editor of 25 books (Elsevier, Springer, Pearson, Mc-GrawHill, Intech, IGI, Marcombo, AlfaOmega,…), and 5 patents. He is the Editor of 5 Int. Journals, Committee Member more than 40 Int. Conferences. He has been Principal Investigator in 4 European Projects, 5 National Projects, and more than 150 projects for Universities, Companies, etc. His main interest are: Maintenance Management, Renewable Energy, Transport, Advanced Analytics, Data Science. He is Director of www.ingeniumgroup.eu

6books edited

7chapters authored

Latest work with IntechOpen by Fausto Pedro García Márquez

The new technology advances provide that a great number of system signals can be easily measured with a low cost. The main problem is that usually only a fraction of the signal is useful for different purposes, for example maintenance, DVD-recorders, computers, electric/electronic circuits, econometric, optimization, etc. Digital filters are the most versatile, practical and effective methods for extracting the information necessary from the signal. They can be dynamic, so they can be automatically or manually adjusted to the external and internal conditions. Presented in this book are the most advanced digital filters including different case studies and the most relevant literature.

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