Bartomeu Alorda, Telecommunication Engineer & Contract lecturer with a doctoral degree at Physics Department in Universitat de les Illes Balears (UIB). PhD in Physics at UIB. He is member of Electronic System group and collaborator of Architectural constructions and building engineering.
Its initial research starts with the study of several verification techniques and effects minimization of aggressive CMOS technology minimization trends. The post-doctoral activity continues the research activity considering non-destructive transitory effects, like ionizing radiation and functional fails due to noise and considering the effects of parameter variability due nanotechnology fabrication processes.
Since 2007 he has performed multidisciplinary research tasks focused on knowledge and technology-oriented transfer based on the application of microcontroller based sensor networks technology and the development of remote monitoring linked to concepts such as SmartCity and the development of Digital Tourism in the SmartDestinations. Participates in several master's and postgraduate related to automated building management systems and services, and the impact on the development of a SmartDestination. Is coordinator of the working group SmartCity / SmartDestination at UIB.