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Ricardo Sanz    (1)

Ricardo Sanz was born in Tomellosa de Tajuña, Spain in 1963. He has a degree in Electrical Engineering (1987) and a PhD in Robotics and Artificial Intelligence (1990). Since 1991 he has been a member of the faculty of the Department of Automatic Control at the Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM), Spain. Now he is professor in Automatic Control and Systems Engineering. His main research interests focus around architectures for intelligent control systems, being involved in research lines on autonomous control, software technologies for complex, distributed controllers, real-time artificial intelligence, cognitive systems, neuro-bio-inspired controllers, ontologies for robotics, and philosophical aspects of intelligent control systems. He has been chairman of the OMG Control Systems working group and the IFAC Technical Committee on Computers and Control. He has been associated editor of the IEEE Control Systems Magazine and now he is associated editor of the International Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Consciousness and the Cognitive Systems Research Journal. He is the coordinator of the UPM Autonomous Systems Laboratory research group.     (1A)

He has been visiting professor at the Centre for Consciousness Science of the University of Sussex. He is a member of the IEEE, the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC) and the International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE).     (1B)

Now he is involved in the development of standard ontologies for robotics at the IEEE (P1872.1 on robotic tasks and P1872.2 on autonomous robots).     (1C)