David Cuartielles

Co-founder of Arduino Platform and of Open Hardware. Researcher at Malmo University.

David Cuartielles

Co-founder of Arduino Platform and of Open Hardware. Researcher at Malmo University.

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Biography

David Cuartielles is a researcher associated with the Internet of Things and People group at the University of Malmo, Sweden. He was previously a researcher at Medea and Creative Environments. David collaborates in a couple of courses within the University of Malmo every year, but has also taught at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, at the Royal Technical Institute (KTH) of Stockholm, the European Design Institute, the University of Växjö, the University of Luleå, the design school of Copenhagen, the University of Cuenca, the Tecnológico de Monterrey, etc.

David is co-author of a couple of books on Android programming on dark topics such as the Android Open Accessory Protocol, or the Wear Liberia. He has participated in collections of essays on design, created a couple of educational robots, launched stupid robot competitions and published a series of popular articles on technology.

He is also known for being the co-founder of the Arduino platform, for designing the first circuit, choosing the type of source on the board, giving it such a characteristic shape, creating the first bootloader and for being a defender of technology creation. in Spanish.

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