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From left to right, Luis González, Jessica César (seated), Daniel Gallego, Guillermo Carpintero, Robinson-Cruzoe Guzmán  (seated), Muhsin Ali, Miguel Sánchez (seated), Alberto Zarzuelo (seated)

From left to right, Luis González, Jessica César (seated), Daniel Gallego, Guillermo Carpintero, Robinson-Cruzoe Guzmán  (seated), Muhsin Ali, Miguel Sánchez (seated), Alberto Zarzuelo (seated)

Full Professors

Carpintero del Barrio, Guillermo 

received his MSc degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in 1993 and his Ph.D. degree in telecommunications engineering from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in 1999, which was awarded with the Extraordinary Doctoral Distinction. In 2003 he became associate professor in the Electronics Technology department of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, starting the research in photonic integrated circuits and integrated microwave photonics, and in 2017 became Full Professor. Prof. Carpintero is an IEEE Senior Member, member of the editorial board of IET Optoelectronics journal, and member of the Board of Stakeholders of the Photonics21 European Technology Platform, elected in 2016 and 2020 elections. Currently serves as RF Photonics and Wireless chapter coordinator of the Integrated Photonic Systems Roadmap-International (IPSR-I, Has authored or co-authored over 60 refereed journal publications (over 60% of them in Q1 journals) and more than 100 conference papers and delivered 2 keynote and 24 invited talks in various international conferences with over a 1000 cites (Web of Science). Has received several awards, including the "Heather Williamson Young Investigator Award" in 2000 from the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE), 2009 UC3M Social Council Excellence Award and the 2011 Best European R&D Project in Cooperation Award from MadrI+D Foundation. I am head of the Grupo de Optoelectrónica y Tecnología Láser, having supervised over 7 PhD thesis in the past 5 years.


Lamela Rivera, Horacio


Ali, Muhsin (Postdoctoral researcher) received B.S. in Telecommunications Engineering in 2011 from NUCES, Pakistan and M.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2013 from NUST, Pakistan. In 2016 he joined Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), Spain as a PhD student under the MSCA-ITN project FiWiN5G and earned the doctorate in Electrical, Electronics and Automation Engineering in 2020. He worked as a Visiting Researcher at Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute (HHI) Berlin in 2019. His research covers the design, fabrication and integration aspects of mm-Wave and THz photonic emitters and electronic detectors for high-speed wireless links with beam-steering capabilities aimed at beyond 5G systems. Since 2020 he has been working as a research fellow at UC3M under the EU-funded projects TERAWAY and TERAmeasure where he focuses on designing THz dielectric waveguides and phased array antennas for the applications of instrumentation, sensing and wireless systems. He has authored and co-authored 5 peer-reviewed journal publications, over 20 conference papers and is a guest editor at Photonics journal. He has delivered two workshops at international conferences.

Gallego Cabo, Daniel

González Herrero, Luis (Marie-Curie fellow) received the B.Sc. degree in materials engineering from the Technical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain, in 2013, the M.Sc. degree in photonics and optoelectronics devices jointly from the University of St. Andrews and Heriot-Watt University, U.K., in 2014, and the Ph.D. degree in THz communications from University College London (UCL), London, U.K., in 2019. In 2018 he became a research fellow at UCL as part of the European project TERAPOD, focused on the implementation of high-speed wireless links in data centres. In 2020 he was awarded a Marie-Curie fellowship at Universidad Carlos III of Madrid, where he is currently working on the design, characterization, and implementation of photonic integrated chips for broadband coherent sub-THz communication systems. His objective is to achieve the full integration of the components used in such systems, with particular emphasis on the filter used for comb line demultiplexing. He has authored and co-authored 7 Q1 journals and more than 10 conference papers on sub-THz communications systems. 

Guzmán Martínez, Robinson Cruzoe (Postdoctoral researcher) received his Electronics Engineering degree and the Industrial Electronic specialist degree from the Universitidad del Norte of Barranquilla, Colombia in 2003 and 2005, respectively. He also holds an Informatics and Telematics specialist degree from the Universidad del Area Andina in 2006, and a Master degree in Advanced Electronics Systems and a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering, Electronics and Automation from Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) in 2011 and 2016, respectively. Since 2009 he is working on the study, assessment, design, simulation, test and characterization of Photonic Integrated Circuits (PICs), exploring the development of new photonic integrated light engines (integrated optical systems on a chip) for various fields of applications. He is working as well as researcher in the field of Microwave Photonic Integrated Circuits, developing photonic-based sources for the generation of microwave, millimetre and Terahertz wave frequencies. He has collaborated in different National and European projects as Project Researcher helping to make key contributions to the field. Since 2009, his research activities and interest has been focused on the development of Photonic Integrated Circuits-based microwave and millimterter systems for the high-data rate wireless communication system design.


PhD students

César Cuello, Jessica

Sánchez Rodas, Miguel

Zarzuelo García, Alberto