Diego Francisco Carvajal-Flores is a Mechatronics Engineer from Universidad Técnica del Norte (Ibarra, Ecuador) since 2016.
For his final degree project he designed and built a stretcher that improves the quality of rehabilitation treatment received by patients who have disability, partial or total, to move and change position on their own.
In 2019 he received his Master’s degree in Biomedical Engineering from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM), for which he completed the design of a mobile application for personalized functional training with a static bicycle as a Master’s Thesis.
He is currently carrying out his doctoral studies in Biomedical Engineering at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros de Telecomunicación of the UPM. Since 2019 he is part of the Life Supporting Technologies Group (LST) at UPM, where he works as a researcher and developer in different projects related to Mobile Health and interoperability standards such as Web of Things (WoT).