- Post-doctoral research at the Center for Advanced Research and Applied Technology (2008)
- Ph.D., ECE, The Ohio State University (2005)
- M.S., ECE, The Ohio State University (2002)
- B.S., Telecommunication Engineering, UNAM, Mexico City (1998)
Assistant Professor of Physics
My career at Alma began in
Ph.D. in opto-electronics with postdoctoral training in optical imaging, optical sensing and wireless sensor networks. Over 5 years of experience in micro-optical design using ray-tracing software (OSLO, ZEMAX). Lead several projects from problem identification with client to presentation of first prototype. Granted six US patents in optical design and optical communications.
- Sandoval-Romero Eduardo, Pinzon-Escobar E. Francisco, Argueta-Diaz Victor, “Spectrum Output Analysis for an Yterrbium-doped fiber EDFA Using a Superluminiscent Diode source.”, submitted 2014
- Sandoval-Romero, G. Eduardo, and Víctor Argueta-Díaz. “A Simple Theoretical Comparison between Two Basic Schemes in Function of the Earth’s North Pole Detection: The Static Method.” Journal of Sensors 2010 (2010).
- Perevoshchikova, M., G. E. Sandoval-Romero, and V. Argueta-Diaz. “Developing an optical sensor for local monitoring of air pollution in México.”Journal of Optical Technology 76, no. 5 (2009): 274-278.
- Sandoval‐Romero, G. E., V. Argueta‐Díaz, and O. Pottiez. “Theoretical results of the analytical and numerical solutions of superluminescent fiber sources.”physica status solidi (c) 6, no. S1 (2009): S227-S230.
- Argueta-Diaz, Victor, and Augusto García-Valenzuela. “3D image profiler based on passive photometric measurements.” Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics 10, no. 10 (2008): 104015.
- Argueta-Diaz, Victor, and Augusto García-Valenzuela. “Range sensing using photometric differentiation.” In Lasers and Electro-Optics, 2008 and 2008 Conference on Quantum Electronics and Laser Science. CLEO/QELS 2008. Conference on, pp. 1-2. 2008
- Argueta, Victor, and Celia Sanchez Perez. “Design of a Compact Optical Sensor for Heat Flux Measurement in Biological Tissue.” In Frontiers in Optics, pp. FW4G-8. Optical Society of America, 2014.