Dr. Juan Martín Sanchez Named IEEE Fellow

In News — January 1 2009

Recently the IEEE released the listing of new IEEE Fellows for 2009, and ADEX President Dr. Juan M. Martin Sanchez was selected for inclusion within the ranks of the IEEE’s most senior and professionally successful members.

Dr. Juan M. Martin Sanchez has, over a period of 30 years research and development, invented and patented methodologies which have changed the fundamental principles of control theory. He has also developed the supporting stability theory, led the way in developing innovative industrial applications, and has written books aimed at teaching and transferring this knowledge to others. His R+D work was carried out in Spain, France, U.S.A. and Canada. His contributions, as well as being extraordinary, will also, in time, make an exceptional and enduring impact on industry and society.

In addition to his industrial experience over the past decades, Dr. Juan M. Martin Sanchez has also been actively involved teaching at university-level, at the Universitat Politècnica deCatalunya and the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, both in Spain and the University of Alberta in Canada. He is currently a full-professor at the Open University of Spain (UNED) and President of high-technology company Adaptive Predictive Expert Control ADEX, S.L., which has carried out projects with National Instruments, Acciona, Repsol, EADS CASA, Foster Wheeler, Siemens, ENDESA and PEMEX among others.

According to the IEEE: “The grade of Fellow recognizes unusual distinction in the profession and shall be conferred by the [IEEE] Board of Directors upon a person with an extraordinary record of accomplishments in any of the IEEE fields of interest.” ADEX, S.L. is proud to count the head of its management team as one of the distinguished professionals of the class of 2009.