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Dr. Francisco Manuel Sáez de Adana Herrero

Dr. Francisco Manuel Sáez de Adana Herrero

Director of Instituto Franklin-UAH. Full Professor at the Universidad de Alcalá. Department of Computer Science.

He achieved his degree and PhD in Telecommunications Engineering by the Universidad de Cantabria. Besides, he holds a PhD in Communication by the Universidad Pompeu Fabra. In the field of engineering, he has published 30 articles in international journals, a book and three chapters of books; He has participated in 64 international conferences and 31 Spanish conferences and more than 50 research projects. He worked at Arizona State University for six months as a Visiting Scholar in 2003 and for two months as a Visiting Professor in 2013. He has directed four doctoral thesis. Recently, he has begun working in the field of history of science and technology, within which he directs a project funded by the Instituto Franklin de la Universidad de Alcalá to study the history of radar in Spain and its relationship with the United States. He also works on issues related to the comic and American popular culture, a field in which he has published five book chapters and five articles in national and international journals. Related to this issue has received the scholarship Benjamin Franklin for a short research stay at Ohio State University.

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