Robles Muņoz, Guillermo

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Guillermo Robles was born in Madrid, Spain, in 1969. He received both his degree in Electronic Engineering in 1993 and his PhD in Electronic Engineering in 2002, from the University of Comillas in Madrid. Currently, his is a Professor at the University Carlos III in Madrid where he researching on the one hand, in the fields of power quality and signal processing and on the other hand, developing sensors, instrumentation and measurement techniques for high frequency currents due to partial discharges in noisy environments. He is also experienced in the study and characterization of magneto-optic sensors based on the Faraday Effect to measure currents and in the characterization of the behaviour of magnetic materials at high frequencies.

Recent publications


  • Inductive sensor for measuring high frequency partial discharges within electrical insulation, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, accepted for publication
  • Measurement of asymmetric minor loops in soft ferrites up to medium frequencies, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, january  2009
  • Inductively coupled probe for the measurements of partial discharges, Review of scientific instruments, may 2008
  • Current reference control for shunt active power filters under non-sinusoidal voltage conditions, IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, october 2007
  • A new method to characterize magnetic hysteresis is soft ferrites up to high frequencies, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, february 2006



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Mailing Address:
Av. de la Universidad, 30
28911 Leganés (Madrid), Spain
Fax: +34 916 249 430


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