Eduardo's career has spanned academia, startups and global companies in the technology space. As Head of Technology at Helix he guides the engineering roadmap and works to bring health innovations to life. Eduardo has previously spoken at WIRED Live, TEDx as well as Google and Amazon Web Services (AWS) events. Prior to Helix, he worked at onefinestay, covering mobile, enterprise software, ecommerce and IoT systems, including the Sherlock smart lock product (now klevio.com). Eduardo has also worked on high performance computing research, co-founded a startup based on his PhD and assisted in the development of CERN’s safety systems.
Patents & published work
- Signal processing patent: "FEATURE CHARACTERIZATION FOR BREATHING MONITOR", E. Rodriguez-Villegas, E. Aguilar Pelaez, G. Chen, WO/2012/007719, Jul. 14, 2010.
- Signal processing most relevant publication: "Technique for Interference Reduction in Battery Powered Physiological Monitoring Devices," E. Aguilar-Pelaez et al., IEEE TBME, Nov. 2012.
- additional peer-reviewed technical publications and medical conference abstracts (goo.gl/vERmK).
- 2016 - date: Mentor for Startupbootcamp and The Protégé
- 2015 - 2016: Cancer Research UK Pioneer Award Selection Committee
- 2013, Judge for the 2013 IET Innovation Awards.
- 2012 - 2013, Co-supervisor of 2 Final Year MEng project students.
- 2008 - Present, Reviewer for IEEE conferences EMBC, ISCAS and BioCAS.
- 2009, IET Innovation Awards, winner of the Information Technology category. Imperial College: E. Aguilar-Pelaez, G. Chen, E. Rodriguez-Villegas, J. Duncan.
- 2009, Outstanding Achievement Award nominee, Imperial College.
- 2007, Royal Academy of Engineering, International Travel Grant.
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Aguilar-Pelaez E, Chen G, Rodriguez-Villegas E, 2012, Technique for interference reduction in battery powered physiological monitoring devices
Rodriguez-villegas E, Aguilar-pelaez E, Chen G, FEATURE CHARACTERIZATION FOR BREATHING MONITOR