Technical Telecommunication Engineering degree, Sound and Image.
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain. 2002.
My research interests include:
Design and optimization of graph-based transforms, and their application to image, video, and biomedical signals.
Second generation wavelets.
Biomedical image processing.
N-dimensional directional transforms for image and video representation.
Research stay of 18 weeks (Feb.-Jun. 2010) at the Signal and Image Processing Institute, University
of Southern California (California, USA). Stay advisor: Prof. Antonio Ortega.
I have been teaching as lecturer at the Department of Signal Theory and Communication, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, from 2006 to 2014 (456 hours total- 57 hours/year)
in Electrical Engineering subjects such as: Digital image processing , Electroacoustics , Fundamentals of acoustic engineering , Linear systems , Digital television and Electromagnetic fields .
I have been subject coordinator of Electroacoustics (2012) and advisor or co-advisor of 6 final degree projects in Electrical Engineering. Currently, I am supervising two PhD thesis in multimedia signal processing.
Top 10 % paper recognition in ICIP 2013, over 926 accepted papers, (4.5 % over 2200 submitted papers, eligible for the best paper award).
For the paper: Filter optimization and complexity reduction for video coding using graph-based transforms. September 2013.
Best paper award in ICIP 2011, over 889 accepted (2245 submitted) papers.
For the paper: Video encoder based on lifting transforms on graphs. September 2011.
Second place national award for the final degree project, awarded by the Professional Association of Technical Telecommunication Engineers of Spain.
For the project: Analysis and synthesis of vibrations of percussion instruments. July 2002.
ERICSSON multimedia applications national award of the Professional Association of Telecommunication Engineers of Spain for the final degree project.
Author: Jiménez Moreno, A. Co-advisor: Eduardo Martínez Enríquez.
For the project: Complexity control algorithm for H.264/AVC. May 2013.
ERICSSON multimedia applications national award of the Professional Association of Telecommunication Engineers of Spain for the final Master's degree project.
On the optimal Lagrangian parameter for motion estimation: A low-cost and effective method for improving video coding performance. Molinero, J.L, Jiménez Moreno, A., Martínez Enríquez, E., and Díaz-de-María, F.
Telecommunications (CONATEL), 2nd National Conference on, pages 1-6. Arequipa (Peru). May 2011.
Lifting transforms on graphs for video coding. Martínez Enríquez, E., and Ortega, A.
In Data Compression Conference (DCC), pages 73 -82. Salt Lake City (USA). March 2011.