The pre-5th Mission Idea Contest

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Regional Coordinators

Mr. Héctor Manuel Bedón Monzón

The National University of Engineering (UNI)

Hector Bedon

Mr. Monzón received a Master in Telematics Engineering from the National University of Engineering (UNI) and a Degree in Physics. He is currently a PhD research student in Telemathic system engineering at the Technical University of Madrid in Spain.

He is currently a promoter and member of the Project Management UNI Satellite Chasqui I, the Peruvian first nanosatellite built at the University.

He has been a lecturer as a faculty member of Mechanical Engineering at UNI since 1996 and a researcher from 2008 at the Center of Information Technologies and Communications (CTIC - UNI). He promotes the establishment of the Center through the Korean Agency International Cooperation.

His research interest is focused on the study of communication protocols and architectures based in Delay Tolerant Networking for nanosatellite constellations. He also participates in telehealth projects for the rural and forest sector in Peru, and he is an assessor and consultant in the area of security information.

He is a participant in training courses in Germany, Russia, Korea and Spain and has had articles published in the IEEE.

Contact: hbedonm(at)gmail.com

Ing. José Fortunato Oliden Martínez

The National University of Engineering (UNI)

Jose Oliden Martinez

Mr. José Oliden is a mechatronic engineer specializing in applied robotics, digital signal processing (DSP), digital circuits, embedded systems, Assesor in automatization and control projects, electronic equipment design, and electronic projects.

He currently lectures at both the Universidad Nacional de Ingenieria (National University of Engineering) and Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas UPC (Peruvian University of Applied Sciences).

He is a member of Mechatronic Engineering ENGITRONIC S.A.C: General Manager, private firm, dealing with industrial automatization projects and assessing local universities in the task of module development in electronic and mechatronic systems.

As a chief manager of the Nanosatellite Chasqui I, the High Technological Studies Office, and the Project UAV, he has served as a speaker in different local symposiums concerning nanosatellites, mechatronic developments, before the government , universities, and private firms.

He is also a member of the Robotic and Automation Society (RAS - IEEE) and served as President from 2010-2011. IEEE ID 80042195.

Contact: jose.oliden(at)gmail.com

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