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Curriculum Vitae for

Ricardo Antonio PARRAO HERNANDEZ

Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
School of Information Science
1-1 Asahidai
Nomi, Ishikawa, 923-1292
ricardo.parrao@jaist.ac.jp
 

Education

  • M.S. 2011. National Polytechnic Institute ESIME Culhuacan, Mexico, Microelectronic Engineering.
  • B.S. 2008 National Polytechnic Institute ESIME Culhuacan, Mexico,  Computer Engineering.

Academic and Research Positions

  • Teacher Assistant  Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), Ishikawa, Japan. Course on Information Theory.  December 2013-February 2014.
  •  Exchange program, University of Electro-Communication (UEC), Tokyo, Japan April 2010- March 2011.
  • Instructor National Polytechnic Institute ESIME Culhuacan, Mexico. Introduction of JAVA. February 2008-May 2008
  • Instructor National Polytechnic Institute ESIME Culhuacan, Mexico. Introduction to MATLAB. August 2007-November 2007.
  • Instructor National Polytechnic Institute ESIME Culhuacan, Mexico. Introduction to C/C++. August 2007-November 2007.

Professional Activities and Distinction

 

  • Application developer Engineer, Intelligent Industrial Inspections i3 Mexico,  Mexico city, Mexico, February 2012- August 2012.
  • SITE Administrator Engineer, TV Azteca Mexico city, Mexico, July 2008- June 2009.

Publications

  • B. M. Kurkoski and Ricardo Antonio Parrao Hernandez, "Message variance convergence condition for generalizations of LDLC lattices", Information Theory Workshop (ITW), 2014 IEEE, pp. 20-24, November 2014.
  • Ricardo  Parrao Hernandez and B. M. Kurkoski, “Low Complexity Construction of Low Density Lattice Codes Based on Array Codes.” IEEE International Symposium on Information Thoery and Its Applications (ISITA 2014), pp. 264-268,Melbourne, Australia, October, 2014 
  • Ricardo Parrao Hernandez, Brian M. Kurkoski, “Construction Array LDLC Lattices"; Proceedings of The 37th Symposium on Information Theory and Its Applications (SITA 2014), pp. 415-420, Toyama, Japan, December 2014.
  • Ricardo Parrao Hernandez, Brian M. Kurkoski, “Construction of Low Density Lattice Codes Based on Array Codes"; Proceedings of The 36th Symposium on Information Theory and Its Applications (SITA 2013), pp. 232-237, Ito, Japan, November, 2013.
  • Ricardo Antonio Parrao Hernandez, Brian M. Kurkoski, “Proportional Labelling Schemes for Multi-level Nested Lattice Codes" Presentation at Workshop on Coding for Flash Memories, Fukui, Japan, May, 2013
  • Ricardo Antonio Parrao Hernandez, Mariko Nakano Miyatake, Brian M. Kurkoski, “Robust image Hashing using image normalization and SVD decomposition; IEEE MWSCAS, Aug 2011.
  • Ricardo Antonio Parrao Hernandez, Mariko Nakano Miyatake, Brian M. Kurkoski, “Robust image hashing against geometric attacks using image normalization and SVD decomposition” IEICE conference, Osaka, Japan, pp. 221-226, march 2011.
  • Ricardo Antonio Parrao Hernandez, Mariko Nakano Miyatake, Brian M. Kurkoski, “Increase robustness of the SVD decomposition hashing function with image normalization algorithm” Proceedings of UEC International conference for exchange students XXV, pp. 47-52, march 2011.

 

Biography

Ricardo Parrao is a Doctoral Student at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) in Nomi, Japan. He received the M.S. degree from Instituto Polit├ęcnico Nacional (National Polytechnic Institute IPN) in Mexico, in 2011. During his master’s studies He got a scholarship from IPN to study a year of his master at the University of Electro-Communications in Tokyo, Japan, in 2010. He has been at JAIST since 2013. His research interests include coding theory, information theory, signal processing  and their applications.