"El menesteroso de una ciencia, el que siente la profunda necesidad de la verdad, se acercará cauteloso al saber ya hecho, lleno de suspicacias, sometiéndolo a crítica; más bien con el prejuicio de que no es verdad lo que el libro sostiene; en suma, precisamente porque necesita un saber con radical angustia, pensará que no lo hay y procurará deshacer el que se presenta como ya hecho. Hombres así son los que constantemente corrigen, renuevan, recrean la ciencia.".
(The devoted to a science, the one who feels deep need of truth, will approach with caution to any previously built knowledge, full of suspicion, subjecting it to review... with the doubt that is not true what the book argues. In fact, because he really needs knowledge he will never accept outside conclusions and will dismount any built knowledge to the root. Such people is the one that continuously correct, renew and upgrade the science)
Looking for Challenges
I am looking for a Job or Research position in Japan. It must be a challenging opportunity, something that requires my skills and keep me thinking under the shower. Something that makes me feel proud of our contribution to society. Something that gives me the satisfaction of solving dificult problems.
I am also looking for collaborations with companies that would be interested in developing my projects or partners interested in starting our own business for robotic design.
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|CV||My Curriculum vitae.|
|GRVC||Experience as R&D Engineer at GRVC|
|FACC||Experience as Mechanical Design Engineer at FACC|
|16Lab||Experience as Vice President of Engineering of 16Lab|
|KimLab||Experience as Researcher at Iwate University (Under construction)|
|Inventions||Previous patents and current projects|
|Recommendation by GRVC||Recommendation by my research tutor at GRVC (Seville)|
|Recommendation by FACC||Recommendation by my former boss at FACC (Austria)|
|Acknowledge Letter from 16Lab||Report as Vice President of Engineering at 16Lab (Tokyo)|
|Recommendation from Kim Sensei||Recommendation by my former sensei at Iwate University|