Hello!!! I am Alberto, a passionate electronics engineer, former Industrial Engineer but now reconverted into microelectronics. Right now, I am a PhD candidate designing an energy harvester integrated circuit. Before I used to live, study and work in Germany, Austria & Poland.
Why do I write this web? I heavily support scientific divulgation. I love to share and spread all the useful information I can provide to the world, helping people
Moreover, I love teaching. Since I am in the school or high school I remember me explaining math concepts to my mates. With the help of my father, who was a math teacher, I learn how to explain, reason or simply help students to past a specific exam. Later during my university studies, I always earned my living by giving private lectures in the afternoons, weekends or during the summer.
Mainly I taught mathematics, physics, electronics, chemistry, statistics or even technical drawing. Yes, we used to learn technical drawing with a pencil, rubber, compass, rulers and triangles. Without computers. I remember Industrial Engineering had 2 subjects for drawing, where we should learn to make impossible intersections in diedric-system.
I started this web posting my robotics concerns back in 2010 before named as “Die Bot Reise” and hosted by blogspot.com.
Why this old naming? “Die Bot Reise” was a word game in German. This means “The Robotic Travel”. The name was given because I started this blog writing about robotics.
Later in 2018, I relaunched this new website as “MisCircuitos.com” with a new structure and design. Also, I deleted and clean many old posts with irrelevant information or because of the poor quality.
I began writing about a 3kg sumo robot I developed for the National Spanish Liga in 2009 and 2010 (how to make the best wheels, how to control the H-Bridge…). Also, multicopters was a relevant topic for me in 2012, when I designed, built and programmed a hexacopter (how to drive a brushless motor, radio…). All of these works formed my Industrial Engineering Diplomthesis (2012) about multicopters, that can be read online.
Then, during my masters in Austria, I continued sharing valuable information about embedded systems, FPGAs or the beast Vivado. Moreover, I’ve been updating content about Arduino, Bluetooth and plotting real-time data. During this time I was working on a project to track and plot in real-time the body-muscle tension wirelessly.
But from now on, MisCircuitos.com is going to focus on microelectronics, circuit design, Cadence and other relevant topics. That’s why I moved to a new domain name with the world “Circuits” on it with a Spanish flavour.
Besides electronics, I love travelling, living abroad, knowing and meeting new cultures and people. I write and manage also my travel blog, “El Mundo por Recorrer“, where I report about where I travel or live with some ideas and tricks.
Do not hesitate to contact me for questions, suggestions or any other concern: