Ignacio Martínez Ruiz
Ignacio Martínez Ruiz is Professor (PhD in Telecommunications Engineering) at University of Zaragoza (UZ) with 2 six-year research periods, 3 five-year teaching periods and 6 three-year university periods and has received 12 national and 1 regional awards, including: “Best Doctoral Thesis in Multimedia Services" in 2007, “Best Junior Company – Aragón Information Society” in 2014, “Best UZ Patent” in 2017, “Best Healthy Living Habits APP” in 2017, “Best Digital Health APP” in 2018, “Ship2B seal of social impact” in 2019 and“ Smart Positive Health Certificate (S+I) DKV” in 2021.
With more than 20 years of experience, including Enterprise Affairs Manager within School of Engineering and Architecture (EINA.UZ) and Manager of Innovation in Technologies and eHealth within Aragón Bioregion (BioMed), he is Finance Director of UZ, Inycom Chair Director, member of the HOWLab R&D Group (recognized by the Government of Aragon) of the Aragon Engineering Research Institute (I3A.UZ), R&D+i advisor in technological innovation for companies, AENOR expert evaluator for R&D projects, and active member of the main Committees of National and International eHealth Experts (AEN / CTN139 TICs for Health, COIT eHealth, etc.)
In addition to multiple management positions and more than 45 conferences and seminars, as an expert in technologies and eHealth he has led more than 45 R&D+i projects with 36 recognized scientific publications with more than 620 citations and more than 17800 readings including 14 international JCR indexed journals (with 4 articles of excellence published in the first decile of the journal area), more than 105 contributions to national and international conferences (including 4 best papers and 7 international papers on Teaching Innovation), 3 doctoral theses and 1 working patent.
In the professional sector, his key topics are Digital Health, Internet of Things (IoT), Industry 4.0 and he inspires organizations to anticipate trends from a different view since “innovation is seeing what everyone saw and thinking what nobody thought “: the best way to predict the future is to create it …
En: Journal of Biomedical Informatics, vol. 89, pp. 68-80, 2019, ISSN: 1532-0464.
Iso/ieee11073 family of standards: Trends and applications on e-health monitoring Parte de obra colectiva
En: Encyclopedia of E-Health and Telemedicine, pp. 646–660, IGI Global, 2016.
Optimisation of energy supply at off-grid healthcare facilities using Monte Carlo simulation Artículo de revista
En: Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 113, pp. 321–330, 2016.
Esquemas conceptuales para arquitecturas M2M en el contexto de la e-salud Artículo de revista
En: DYNA, vol. 90, no. 1, pp. 96–104, 2015.
Interoperabilidad de dispositivos médicos mediante el estándar ISO/IEEE 11073 sobre tecnología Bluetooth Artículo de revista
En: diec. unizar. es, pp. 1–4, 2015.
Conceptual schemes for M2M architectures in e-health context. A comprehensive use cases review and standardization trends Artículo de revista
En: Dyna, vol. 90, no. 1, pp. 96–104, 2015.
Challenges of M2M Technologies for eHealth Parte de obra colectiva
En: Future Information Technology, pp. 249–253, Springer, 2014.
Tendencias a futuro Artículo de revista
En: Bit, no. 195, pp. 12, 2013.
Tecnologías emergentes, interoperabilidad y estandarización en el ecosistema de e-Salud Artículo de revista
En: I+ S: Revista de la Sociedad Espa~nola de Informática y Salud, no. 101, pp. 38–42, 2013.
Legislation, standardization and technological solutions for enhancing e-accessibility in e-health Artículo de revista
En: Advanced Biomedical Engineering, pp. 261–280, 2011.