Fernando Martinez Garcia

Research interests:

Mathematics, Machine Learning, Control theory, Adaptive algorithms and Neural Networks.


B.Sc. Major in Mechatronics Engineering and Minor in Monitoring and Advance Control at Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM), (Dec 2013).

M.Sc. Intelligent Systems at ITESM as a part of Biomechatronic Research Group (Dec 2015). Project presented: “Hypersurface Extreme Learning Machine” under the supervision of Ph.D. Rogelio Soto.

Employed at INDI company (Human-Machine Interface Studio) as head of the algorithm design and implementation (Jan 2016-April 2017).

High school teacher for physics at “Prepa Tec Santa Catarina” in the Science department (Aug 2016-May 2017).


Developed theorems for the convergence of “Non-square relative gain array method” as a research project in the area of Matrix analysis and control theory under the supervision of Ph.D. Antonio Favela and Ph.D. Angelo Raimondi (Jan-May 2013).

Graduated with “Mencion Honorifica de Excelencia” (highest distinction given by ITESM, Campus Monterrey) for both degrees: undergraduate and graduate (Dec 2013; Dec 2015).

Acknowledgment for a publication entitled “Your Brain on Art: Emergent Cortical Dynamics During Aesthetic Experiences”. For a collaboration with the University of Houston (May 2015).

Developed algorithms for an INDI exoskeleton for the “Cybathlon” competition (Olympic bionic games, Switzerland, Oct 2016).

Email: martinef@mcmaster.ca