Hello!!! I am Alberto, a passionate electronics engineer, former Industrial Engineer but now reconverted into microelectronics. Right now, I am a doing my PhD designing an energy harvester integrated circuit. Before I used to live, study and work in Germany, Austria and Poland.
Why do I write this web? I heavily support knowledge and scientific divulgation. I love to share and spread all the useful information I can, to help 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.
Back in 2010, I started this web posting my robotics concerns before named as “Die Bot Reise” and hosted by blogspot.com.
Why this old naming? “Die Bot Reise” was a kind of 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 to focus now more in electronics.
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 part of my Industrial Engineering Diplomthesis (2012). It was about multicopters and it 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 that time I was envolved in a project related to track and plot the body-muscle tension wirelessly in real-time.
But from now on, MisCircuitos.com is going to focus on microelectronics, analog circuit design, Cadence and other relevant related 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 also on my travel blog, “El Mundo por Recorrer” (or the english version The World to Travel), where I report and comment about where I travel or live with some ideas and tricks.
For more details, you can see my current CV online.
Do not hesitate to contact me for questions, suggestions or any other concern: