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Ph.D. in Advanced Engineering Sciences (AES)

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 Objectives

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To train students to become highly competitive researchers who can generate knowledge and use it to conduct independent, original, and quality research that is internationally competitive in the fields of engineering, and sustainable production systems in order to impact on and encourage the scientific and technological development of the country.

Specific objectives

  • To generate knowledge to propose innovative solutions to current challenges in the professional practice.
  • To participate in research programs focused on maximizing the use of sustainable production processes.
  • To preserve principles of the professional practice based on truth and honor, thus seeking to benefit society with the correct attitudes and skills.
  • To train students to become researchers with skills that will allow them to develop, lead, and consolidate research and technological projects.
  • To promote the exchange of knowledge with other research groups through academic exchanges for both students and faculty members.

 Profiles


 
 As entry requirements, applicants must:
  • Have a Master's degree in any discipline akin to this Ph.D. program, such as electrical engineering, computer systems engineering, digital systems engineering, mechatronics, or manufacturing engineering

  • Be determined to study a graduate program and willing to carry out scientific research.

  • Know about and use different mathematical and computational proceedings that represent reality by means of models.

  • Propose engineering solutions with a focus on applied engineering

  • Be willing to succeed and have work spirit and team work skills.

  • Be interested in knowing about science and use it to timely solve problems.

  • Be responsible, hard working, constant, and disciplined.

  • Demonstrate social commitment by positively and responsibly transforming the environment.

  • Have a sense of social commitment.

  • Show environmental commitment by proposing sustainable solutions to problems.

  • Avoid any prejudice regarding other people's gender, background, or beliefs.


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Graduate students from the Ph.D. in AES are intellectual assets with valuable skills and competencies in research and Ph.D. studies. They have a specific strength that combines professional training and the creativity implied in research. These are characteristics of students trained to become both professionals and researchers. Graduate students of the AES program are also able to address the technological demands of different socioeconomic sectors. Similarly, they are able to carry out research aimed at innovations for emergent sectors related to information technologies and manufacturing processes. Furthermore, with their training, graduate students are able to hold positions that require creativity, as well as outstanding leadership and management skills (e.g.: Ph.D. researcher, university professor, company researcher).  Finally, the program has two goals that complete the graduate’s profile: to foster professional and research awareness, so students recognize their ethical implications for the society.


 Degree Program & Research

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The course is composed of eight semesters or terms. After having successfully completed every module, students are able to defend their Ph.D. thesis. The coursework per semester is as follows:

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Research Seminar

Predoctoral Seminar

Research Project I

Research Project II

Research Project III

Research Project IV

Research Project V

Predoctoral Examination

Thesis


The two seminars must be taken during the first two semesters. The first one has a strong focus on research, while the second is predoctoral. Only one module must be taken every semester, except during the eighth semester, when students must complete two modules. During the whole program, students have the support of a pre-assigned doctoral advisor. If the student’s research project is accepted, the committee will appoint a thesis committee.

Modules description:

    • Research Seminar

Literature review and update. Look for congresses and journals akin to the research topic. Identify research problem and field of knowledge. Update initial variables and research questions. Update thesis proposal. Identify research groups akin to the research topic.

    • Predoctoral Seminar.

      Literature review and update. Update final thesis proposal. Hand in and defend final thesis proposal in front of a thesis committee.

    • Research Project I

      Literature review and update. Reproduce previous research experiments to compare results. Define research methodology. Start dissemination of the research in international congresses. Present and discuss results with the thesis committee.

    • Research Project II

      Literature review and update. Make progress in the research methodology. Continue research dissemination in international congresses. Present and discuss results with the thesis committee. 

    • Research Project III

      Literature review and update. Make progress in research methodology and experimentation. Continue research dissemination. Present research progress, problem statement, and theoretical framework in front of the thesis committee.

    • Research Project IV

      Literature review and update. Apply research to cases. Obtain preliminary results. Continue research dissemination. Present research progress in front of the thesis committee.

    • Research Project V

      Literature review and update. Continue research application to cases and compare results. Obtain final results. Continue research dissemination. Present research progress in front of the thesis committee.

    • Predoctoral Examination

      Research conclusion. Continue research dissemination. Present final research progress in front of a thesis committee.

    • Doctoral Thesis

      Finish the thesis document. Thesis defense.

 

Module   Credits     Semester
Research Seminar 16 1
Predoctoral Seminar 12 2
Research Project I 16 3
Research Project II 16 4
Research Project III 16 5
Research Project IV 16 6
Research Project V 16 7
Predoctoral Examination 12 8
Thesis 44 8

The Ph.D. in Advanced Engineering Sciences has 164 credits to be covered. Every effective class hour equals 0.0625 credits, which means that one credit is obtained after 16 hours of effective learning activities. This is supported by Articles 13 and 14 from the 279 agreement drafted by the Secretary of Public Education of Mexico (SEP). These Articles set the credit value for every hour of effective learning activities and the minimum number of credits for every undergraduate and graduate program. As regards PhD courses, 150 are the minimum number of credits after a Bachelor's degree and 75 after a Master's degree program. Therefore, the program meets the SEP requirements, since neither UACJ nor SEP establish a maximum number of credits for a Ph.D. program.

According to the syllabus, students must complete one module every semester during the first seven semesters, while two modules must be completed in the last semester. The progresses that students make in every Research Project module seek to help them successfully complete the Doctoral Thesis module. Every semester is composed of 17 weeks of classes, discarding local festivities and days off granted by the University in compliance with Mexico's Federal Labor Law.

A learning activity is understood as "any activity in which students participate in order to acquire the knowledge and skills required by the program." Learning activities may be either lead by professors within the university facilities or performed individually by students as part of autonomous learning. Since Research Project modules are prerequisites one of another, students can take one module only if they have successfully completed the previous module in the previous semester.

As part of their training, students will be encouraged to attend academic activities related to their research topic. Similarly, the University will support student's participation – either as attendees or speakers – in congresses, forums, workshops, conferences, and internships, since this would provide feedback to the research projects. Finally, students will be also encouraged to write and present articles related to their research topic. At all times they will receive the support from their doctoral advisors and other academics.


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There are two research areas to be followed: signals processing and production processes.


1. Signal processing:

This area focuses on the creation, processing, and amplification of signals for their manipulation and interpretation. Signals sources are many; they may come from sensors measuring physical signals such as pressure, temperature, and humidity, or they may originate from a video camera, in which case signals processing will depend on the nature of such signals.

The fields of application for signal processing include mechatronics, biomedicine, telecommunications, and automotive and industrial systems, to mention but a few. Students choosing this research line will be able to focus their research on robotics, image and speech processing, random processes, and digital filters, among others, in order to propose quality solutions in the aforementioned application fields.

    • Image processing: it involves the application of signal processing techniques to any type of image or video sequence. Some applications of image processing include X-rays, CT scans, and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging), which are helpful in timely diseases diagnosis.
    • Computer vision: also known as machine vision. It aims to give eyesight to computers and other machines. Most of the literature refers to it as the construction of explicit descriptions of 3D scenes from their 2D images in terms of the properties of the structures present in these scenes.
    • Pattern recognition: it assigns a category to objects or events depending on their characteristics. Recognizing implies associating an object with a label. For instance, the label cat is associated with all cat breeds in such a way that, when we see a Turkish Angora cat, a Bengal cat, or a Russian Blue cat, we associate (recognize) them all with the cat label, even without really knowing which breed it is.

Researchers:

Humberto de Jesús Ochoa Domínguez 


Osslan Osiris Vergara Villegas


Vicente García Jiménez 



2. Production processes:

Production process refers to a series of activities combined in order to transform raw materials into finished products. This implies a raw materials procurement process, a raw materials transformation process, and a finished product distribution to customers. Since there are several stages in a production process, this research line is divided into five sub-areas.

    • Lean manufacturing: it refers to a series of techniques applied to a production system to increase its efficiency. Even though there are more than 26 reported techniques, research in this course focuses on lean manufacturing models and critical success factors of manufacturing techniques.  
    • Human factor and ergonomics: ergonomics is the science that studies the integration of the human factor into production systems. It aims at adapting production processes to the human factor, and not the other way around.
    • Supply chain: it comprises all activities by which materials are supplied along the production process. The most common studied phenomena in supply chain include lean thinking, supply chain design, and sustainable supply chain.  
    • Industrial sustainability: sustainability is a discipline that seeks to balance production systems with the environment. Several approaches exist to achieve such a balance, including the ISO 1400 family of standards. Industrial sustainability studies the industrial impact, industry clusters, and mechanisms for industry clusters.
    • Production technologies: they include production methodologies or methods, such as statistical process control, Kaizen, and Kanban. Many soft production technologies studied are part of lean manufacturing, while hard production technologies involve physical elements, including machinery and equipment, automated systems, computer-aided manufacturing, technology groups, and robots, among others.   

 

Researchers:

Jorge Luis García Alcaraz

Juan Luis Hernández Arellano

Aidé Aracely Maldonado Macías

Liliana Avelar Sosa



 Faculty


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Name NSR *            Email
Humberto de Jesús Ochoa Domínguez

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hochoa@uacj.mx
Vicente García Jiménez

1 vicente.jimenez@uacj.mx
Osslan Osiris Vergara Villegas

1 overgara@uacj.mx
Jorge Luis García Alcaraz

2 jorge.garcia@uacj.mx
Juan Luis Hernández Arellano

1 luis.hernandez@uacj.mx
Aidé Aracely Maldonado Macías

1 amaldona@uacj.mx
Liliana Avelar Sosa

1 liliana.avelar@uacj.mx
*Level in the National System of Researchers     ​




   


Name Country               University
José Álvarez Rodríguez Spain Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Vicente Cloquell-Ballester Spain Universitat Politècnica de València
Melchor Gómez Spain Universidad del País Vasco UPV/ UHU
Juan Gómez Berbis Spain Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Rosa González Ramírez Chile PUC Valparaíso
Carlos Javierre Lardies Spain Universidad de Zaragoza
Juan Latorre Biel Spain Universidad Pública de Navarra
Felipe Llaugel Dominican Republic Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo
Eduardo Martínez Cámara Spain Universidad de La Rioja
John Morales Antonio Dominican Republic IEES Loyola
Miguel Mujica Holland Hogeschoolvan Amsterdam
Mercedes Pérez de la Parte Spain Universidad de La Rioja
Alejandro Rodríguez González Spain Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
Rafael Valencia García Spain Universidad de Murcia
Emilio Jiménez Macías Spain Universidad de La Rioja
Julio Blanco Fernández Spain Universidad de La Rioja
Juan Carlos Sáenz Diez Muro Spain Universidad de La Rioja
José María Moreno Jiménez Spain Universidad de Zaragoza
Guillermo Cortes Robles Mexico Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba
Diego Alfredo Tlapa Mendoza Mexico Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
Jorge Limón Romero Mexico Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
Sergio Cabrera USA University of Texas at El Paso
KR Rao

USA

University of Texas at Arlington
José Salvador Sánchez Garreta Spain Universitat Jaume I



 Academic Connections​

  

The program promotes the following connections:

National and international academic stays

Funding is available through different options:

  • UACJ calls for mobility application
  • Additional funding resources for the different types of exchanges:
    • National academic stays aid
    • International academic stays aid
    • Santander academic mobility grants
    • International mobility scholarships

Student exchanges

Students are advised to go on at least one academic exchange – either national or international, although international exchanges encourage further internationalization of the program. Please note that student mobility is the consequence of previous faculty mobility or a pre-existent collaboration between faculty members at UACJ and academics from other universities. This allows students to take as much advantage as possible from their academic stays.

Also, exchanges are only available after having successfully completed the first four semesters of the Ph.D. program. At this stage, students are expected to: 1) have a clearly defined research problem and 2) work more independently from their thesis advisors.

Available funding for student exchanges include:

  • Conacyt mixed scholarships
  • Grants provided by UACJ calls for application
  • Funds for research projects
  • International mobility scholarships
  • Education supporters, including Fundación Carolina and Iberus, among others

Joint projects

The internationalization of this Ph.D. program depends on the ability of faculty members to participate in academic projects with other institutions. To support joint projects, students and professors can apply for a bilateral fund, in which universities involved in the joint collaboration are engaged in financial backing.

 

Solid research products (PSI for its acronym in Spanish)

A joint PSI is the best evidence of a productive academic mobility. Joint PSIs can include a published journal article, book chapter, or patent, among others. PSIs are only possible thanks to academic stays, student exchanges, and joint projects.

 

Academic partnerships

Full-time professors collaborate with academics from the following universities (see table). Most of these academics are external advisors of the Ph.D. in AES.


Academic Partnerships ​
Universidad de Zaragoza Spain​

Universidad de La Rioja

Spain

Universidad Nacional de Colombia

Colombia

Universidad Autónoma de Baja ​​California​

Mexico

Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba​

Mexico

Universidad del Valle

Colombia
Universidad del Rosario Colombia

Universidad de Murcia

Spain

Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Spain

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 Students


January 2017



 

                  

 
Registration link (Prospective students):    https://escolar.uacj.mx/alumnos/preregistroposgrados



Registration link: (EXANI III):  https://escolar.uacj.mx/alumnos/ceneval/?Examen=EXANI_III


                 

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Registration link:   https://escolar.uacj.mx/alumnos/preregistroposgrados/


Programs advisor link:   http://www.uacj.mx/cip/Paginas/Posgrado.aspx


Personal interview with Evaluation Committee (pre-proposal evaluation)





Department of Academic Services (DGSA).  Accepted students will continue with the registration process in the Department of Academic Services (DGSA)

 

  1. A GPA= 8.0 or equivalent in the Master's degree program.

  2. A TOEFL ITP= 500 points, minimum.

  3. Application Form. (1. Application form).

  4. Statement of Purpose Essay. Use the program's format (2. Application letter).

  5. Two recommendation letters. Use the program's format (3. Recommendation letter).

  6. Hand in your Master's degree diploma or degree examination certificate.

  7. Résumé. Use the program's format (5. Résumé).

  8. Submit a thesis proposal (4. Thesis proposal).

  9. Defend the thesis proposal in front of a committee appointed by the faculty. 

  10. Take the National Postgraduate Education Entrance Exam (EXANI-III) (or equivalent for international students).

  11. Attend a personal interview carried out by faculty of the Academic Core.

  12. Obtain a user's ID at CONACYT online services webpage to access the Unique Curriculum Vitae (CVU). This is an essential requirement to be administratively updated (www.conacyt.mx).

  13. Meet the requirements established by the University regulations.

  14. If you are applying for any financial backing, you must be a full-time student (6. Commitment letter UACJ-PNPC).

  15. Additional requirements will be previously specified by faculty members or the academic committee


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The Ph.D. in Advanced Engineering Sciences (AES) program is enrolled in the National Register of Postgraduate Quality (PNPC) of CONACYT. Accepted students can apply for financial aid as long as they become full-time students.


 

Artículos JCR

1.      Celorrio R, García JL, Martínez E, Jiménez E, Blanco J (2017) Methodology for the reduction of energy demand during cold stabilisation in the wine industry. Energy and Buildings 142:31-38. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enbuild.2017.03.005. IF 4.067

2.      Cesar Omar Balderrama-Armendariz, Eric MacDonald, David Espalin, David Cortes-Saenz, Ryan Balderrama-Armendariz, C.O., MacDonald, E., Espalin, D. Aide Maldonado-Macías.  Int J Adv Manuf Technol (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-018-1602-0 ,Springer London, Print ISSN 0268-3768.Online ISSN 1433-3015

3.      Delfín, L. M., Elías, R. P., & Ochoa-Domínguez, H., Villegas, O. V. (2018). Control of Frequency Content and Natural Slopes for Images Amplification with High Scale Factors. Enviado a EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing.

4.      Díaz-Reza J, García Alcaraz J, Mendoza-Fong J, Martínez-Loya V, Jiménez-Macias E, Blanco-Fernández J (2017) Interrelations among SMED Stages: A Causal Model. Complexity 2017:10. doi:10.1155/2017/5912940. IF 4.621

5.      Díaz-Reza, J.R.; García-Alcaraz, J.L.; Martínez-Loya, V.; Avelar-Sosa, L.; Jiménez-Macías, E.; Blanco-Fernández, J. Impact of Infrastructure and Production Processes on Rioja Wine Supply Chain Performance. Sustainability 2018, 10, 103. IF 1.789.

6.      Díaz-Reza, J.R.; García-Alcaraz, J.L.; Martínez-Loya, V.; Avelar-Sosa, L.; Jiménez-Macías, E.; Blanco-Fernández, J. Impact of Infrastructure and Production Processes on Rioja Wine Supply Chain Performance. Sustainability 2018, 10, 103. IF 1.789.

7.      Flor FJ, Leiva FJ, García JL, Martínez E, Jiménez E, Blanco J (2017) Environmental impact of oak barrels production in Qualified Designation of Origin of Rioja. Journal of Cleaner Production 167:208-217. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.08.190. IF 5.715

8.      García-Alcaraz J, Avelar-Sosa L, Latorre-Biel J, Jiménez-Macías E, Alor-Hernández G (2017a) Role of Human Knowledge and Communication on Operational Benefits Gained from Six Sigma. Sustainability 9 (10):1721. IF 1.789

9.      García-Alcaraz JL, Maldonado-Macias AA, Alor-Hernandez G, Sanchez-Ramirez C (2017a) The impact of information and communication technologies (ICT) on agility, operating, and economical performance of supply chain. Advances in Production Engineering & Management 12 (1):29-40. doi:https://doi.org/10.14743/apem2017.1.237. IF 1.424

10.  García-Alcaraz JL, Maldonado-Macías AA, Hernandez GA, Jiménez-Macías E, Muro JCSD, Blanco-Fernández J (2017b) Impact of human factor on flexibility and supply chain agility of La Rioja wineries. European Journal of Industrial Engineering 11 (5):663-682. doi:10.1504/ejie.2017.087703. IF 0.718.

11.  García-Alcaraz JL, Maldonado-Macias AA, Hernandez-Arellano JL, Blanco-Fernandez J, Jimenez-Macias E, Saenz-Diez Muro JC (2017b) The impact of human resources on the agility, flexibility and performance of wine supply chains. Agricultural Economics (Czech Republic) 63 (4):175-184. doi:10.17221/23/2016-AGRICECON. IF 0.789

12.  J. M., Ochoa-Domínguez, H., Villegas, O. V., & et al. (2017). Denoising of PET Images using NSCT and Quasi- Robust Potentials. Transactions, IEEE Latin America, 15(8), 1520-1527.

13.  Jiménez, V. G., A. M., J. S., & Ochoa-Domínguez, H. (2017). Dissimilarity-Based Linear Models for Corporate Bankruptcy Prediction. Computational Economics, I(I), 1-13.

14.  Jiménez, V. G., Sánchez, L. C., Ochoa-Domínguez, H., & Orozco, F. L. (2017). IbPRIA 2017, LNCS. En L. A. al. (Ed.), An Insight on the 'Large G, Small n' Problem in Gene-Expression Microarray Classification '  (págs. 483-490). IbPRIA 2017, LNCS 10255, Berlin: Springer.

15.  José Manuel Mejía Múñoz, Humberto de Jesús Ochoa Domínguez, Osslan Osiris Vergara Villegas, Boris Mederos Madrazo, y Vianey Guadalupe Cruz Sánchez, "Denoising of PET Images using NSCT and Quasi-Robust Potentials", IEEE Latin America Transactions, vol. 15, no. 8, pp. 1520-1527, Agosto de 2017, ISSN: 1548-0992.

16.  Leiva FJ, García JL, Martínez E, Jiménez E, Blanco J (2017) Scenarios for the reduction of environmental impact in Agaricus bisporus production. Journal of Cleaner Production 143:200-211. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.12.129. IF 5.715

17.  Mejía, J., Mederos, B., Avelar Sosa, L, Ortega Maynez, L (2017) Super Resolution of PET Images using Hybrid Regularization, International Journal of Image, Graphics and Signal Processing, 9 (1): 1-9.

18.  Mendoza-Fong J, García-Alcaraz JL, Díaz-Reza J, Sáenz Diez Muro J, Blanco-Fernández J (2017) The Role of Green and Traditional Supplier Attributes on Business Performance. Sustainability 9 (9):1520. IF 1.789.

19.  Realyvasquez-Vargas A., Maldonado-Macías A.A. (2018) Complexity, Measuring the Complex Construct of Macroergonomic Compatibility: A Manufacturing System Case Study. Volume 2018 (2018), Article ID 7374307, 10 pages. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/7374307

20.  Sonia G Valadez-Torres, Aide A Maldonado-Macías, Jorge L Garcia-Alcaraz, María del Rocío Camacho-Alamilla, Liliana Avelar-Sosa, Cesar O Balderrama-Armendariz (2017) Analysis of burnout syndrome, musculoskeletal complaints, and job content in middle and senior managers: Case study of manufacturing industries in Ciudad Juárez, Work, 54 (8): 549-565

21.  Valadez-Torres S. G., Maldonado-Macías A. A., Garcia-Alcaraz J. L., Camacho-Alamilla M. R., Avelar-Sosa L., Balderrama-Armendariz C. O. (2017) Analysis of burnout syndrome, musculoskeletal complaints, and job content in middle and senior managers: Case study of manufacturing industries in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Work 58:549–565 DOI:10.3233/WOR-172642 IF 0.779

 

Artículos en otros índices

​1.      Alférez Padrón C.R., Maldonado Macías AA (2017) Determinación de Factores Críticos de Éxito para la implementación de programas de ergonomía en la industria maquiladora en Ciudad Juárez: Revisión de literatura. CULCYT 14 (63):5-10

2.      Armenta Hernández O, Maldonado Macias A, García Alcaraz J (2017) Determinación del síndrome de burnout en mandos medios y superiores de la industria maquiladora de Ciudad Juárez chihuahua. CULCYT 14 (63):330-338

3.      Armenta Hernández O, Maldonado Macias A, García Alcaraz J (2017) Determinación del síndrome de burnout en mandos medios y superiores de la industria maquiladora de Ciudad Juárez chihuahua. CULCYT 14 (63):330-338

4.      Barajas B. M. A., Reyes M. R. M., Maldonado M. A. A., García A. A. I., De la Rivera R. J. (2017) Análisis de cuestionarios para la evaluación de la usabilidad en programas de computadora. e-Gnosis [online] Vol. 15 , Art. 2:1-16 ISSN: 1665-5745

5.      Barajas Bustillos M. A.; Reyes M. R.M.; De la Riva R. J.; Maldonado Macías A. A. (2017) Estudio comparativo de cuestionarios para la evaluación de la usabilidad en software. Revista Ingeniantes Año 4 No.2 Vol.1:01-07

6.      Delgadillo Holguín J, Avelar Sosa L, Ortega Gámez P., García Alcaraz J (2017) Diseño en línea y validación de un instrumento que identifica los aspectos clave en la contratación de servicios 3PL CULCYT 14 (63):130-148

7.      Hernandez Arellano JL, Serratos Perez JN, García-Alcaraz JL, Maldonado Macias AA (2017) Assessment of Workload, Fatigue, and Musculoskeletal Discomfort Among Computerized Numerical Control Lathe Operators in Mexico. IISE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors 5 (2):65-81. doi:10.1080/24725838.2017.1317301

8.      Hernandez Arellano, J. L., Serratos Perez, J. N., Garcia Alcaraz, J. L., & Maldonado Macias, A. A. (2017). Assessment of Workload, Fatigue, and Musculoskeletal Discomfort Among Computerized Numerical Control Lathe Operators in Mexico. IISE Transactions on Occupational Ergonomics and Human Factors, 5(2), 65–81. http://doi.org/10.1080/24725838.2017.1317301

9.      Humberto M-V, Giner A-H, Ramon Z-C, Maria Lucia B-E, Jorge Luis G-A (2017) A Brief Review of Game Engines for Educational and Serious Games Development. Journal of Information Technology Research (JITR) 10 (4):1-22. doi:10.4018/JITR.2017100101

10.  Ibarra Hernández N, García Alcaraz J, Mendoza Fong J, Martínez Loya V (2017) Validación de encuesta para determinar la flexibilidad de cadena de suministro CULCYT 14 (63):61-70

11.  Mendoza Fong J, García Alcaraz J, Maldonado Macias A, Rico Pérez L (2017) Impacto de atributos verdes en proveedores en beneficios operativos y marketing Impacto de atributos verdes en proveedores en beneficios operativos y marketing, Culcyt, 14 (63):239-263

12.  Molina Salazar T, García-Alcaraz J, Maldonado-Macías A, Rico Pérez L (2017) Impacto de las Técnicas de Producción y las Prácticas de Calidad en los Beneficios JIT. CULCYT 14 (63):88-101

13.  Molina Salazar T, García-Alcaraz J, Maldonado-Macías A, Rico Pérez L (2017) Impacto de las Técnicas de Producción y las Prácticas de Calidad en los Beneficios JIT. CULCYT 14 (63):88-101

14.  Osorio; JC, Manotas; DF, García JL (2017) Operational Risk Assessment in 3PL for Maritime Transportation. Research in computing sciences 132:63-69

15.  Paolo Iván Ortega Gámez, Liliana Avelar Sosa, Jesús G. Palacios Valerio, Enrique Barrón López (2017) Criterios para la selección de un proveedor 3PL. Revisión de literatura: criterios y métodos, CULCYT 14 (63):279-288

 Capítulos de libros

1.      Aide Aracely Maldonado-Macías, Cesar Roberto Alferez-Padron, Jorge Luis García-Alcaraz, Liliana Avelar-Sosa (2017) Knowledge Management and Ergonomics Implementation in Manufacturing Systems, Knowledge Integration Strategies for Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, IGI Global, doi: 10.4018/978-1-5225-5115-7.ch010

2.      Aide Aracely M-M, María del Rocío C-A, Jorge Luis G-A, Juan Luis H-A (2017) A Descriptive Study About Burnout Syndrome and Obesity in Senior and Middle Managers: A Case Study of the Maquiladora Industry in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. In: Anshuman B (ed) Strategic Human Capital Development and Management in Emerging Economies. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 219-249. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-1974-4.ch010

3.      Alferez-Padron C, Maldonado-Macías AA, García-Alcaraz J, Avelar-Sosa L, Realyvasquez-Vargas A Workload Assessment and Human Error Identification During the Task of Taking a Plain Abdominal Radiograph: A Case Study. In, Cham, 2018. Advances in Neuroergonomics and Cognitive Engineering. Springer International Publishing, pp 108-119

4.      Alvarado-Iniesta A, García-Alcaraz JL, Del Valle-Carrasco A, Pérez-Domínguez LA (2017) Multi-objective Optimization of an Injection Molding Process. In: Schütze O, Trujillo L, Legrand P, Maldonado Y (eds) NEO 2015: Results of the Numerical and Evolutionary Optimization Workshop NEO 2015 held at September 23-25 2015 in Tijuana, Mexico. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp 391-407. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-44003-3_16

5.      Carlos AT-P, Jorge Luis G-A, Aide AM-M, Giner A-H, Cuauhtemoc S-R, Juan Luis H-A (2017) Information and Communication Technology Impact on Supply Chain Integration, Flexibility, and Performance. In: Madjid T, Kathryn S, Kartikeya P (eds) Organizational Productivity and Performance Measurements Using Predictive Modeling and Analytics. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 213-234. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-0654-6.ch011

6.      Delfín, L. M., Elías, R. P., & Ochoa-Domínguez, H. (2018). Overview of Super Resolution Techniques. En O. Vergara, Advanced Topics in Computer Vision, Control and Robotics in Mechatronics (Vol. en producción). Springer.

7.      Delgado-Maciel J, Cortes-Robles G, Sánchez-Ramírez C, Alor-Hernández G, García-Alcaraz J, Negny S (2017) System Dynamics Modeling and TRIZ: A Practical Approach for Inventive Problem Solving. In: Cavallucci D (ed) TRIZ – The Theory of Inventive Problem Solving: Current Research and Trends in French Academic Institutions. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp 237-260. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-56593-4_10

8.      Fong, J. M., Garcia-Alcaráz, J. G., Ochoa-Domínguez, H., & Robles, G. C. (2017). Green Production Attributes and Its Impact in Company's Sustainability. En J. L. García-Alcaraz, New Perspectives on Applied Industrial Tools and Techniques (págs. 23-46). Berlin: Springer.

9.      G. Valadez-Torres S, A. Maldonado-Macías A, García-Alcaraz J, del Rocío Camacho-Alamilla M, Avelar-Sosa L, Balderrama-Armendáriz C (2017) Analysis of burnout syndrome, musculoskeletal complaints, and job content in middle and senior managers: Case study of manufacturing industries in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.  58:549-565. doi:10.3233/WOR-172642

10.  García-Alcaraz JL, Martínez-Loya V, Maldonado-Macias A, Avelar-Sosa L Selection of Agricultural Technology: A Multi-attribute Approach. In, Cham, 2017c. Technologies and Innovation. Springer International Publishing, pp 319-331

11.  Hernández Arellano J.L., Serratos-Pérez J. N., Maldonado-Macias A. A. (2017) Identification and Assessment of Mental Tasks Using Task Flowcharts. In: Strategic Human Capital Development and Management in Emerging Economies. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 137-165 doi: 10.4018/978-1-5225-1974-4.ch001

12.  Jose Roberto Mendoza F, Jorge Luis G-A, Aidé Aracely M-M, Cuauhtémoc Sánchez R, Valeria Martínez L (2017) The Impact of Green Attributes From Suppliers on Supply Chain Performance. In: Thangasamy E (ed) Green Marketing and Environmental Responsibility in Modern Corporations. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 83-103. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2331-4.ch006

13.  José Roberto Mendoza F, Jorge Luis G-A, Cuauhtemoc Sánchez R, Giner A-H (2017) The Impact of Supplier's Administrative Attributes on Production Process and Marketing Benefits. In: Ulas A (ed) Ethics and Sustainability in Global Supply Chain Management. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 73-91. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2036-8.ch004

14.  Maldonado-Macías A, Realyvásquez A, García-Alcaraz JL, Alor-Hernández G, Limón-Romero J, Avelar-Sosa L (2017) Assessment of Ergonomic Compatibility on the Selection of Advanced Manufacturing Technology. In: Alor-Hernández G, Valencia-García R (eds) Current Trends on Knowledge-Based Systems. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp 223-239. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51905-0_11

15.  Maldonado-Macias A. A., García-Alcaraz J.L., Hernández Arellano J.L., Cortes Robles G. (2017) An Ergonomic Compatibility Perspective on the Selection of Advanced Manufacturing Technology: A Case Study for CNC Vertical Machining Centers. In: Handbook of Research on Managerial Strategies for Achieving Optimal Performance in Industrial Processes. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 137-165 doi: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0130-5.ch008

16.  Martínez-Loya V, Díaz-Reza JR, García-Alcaraz JL, Tapia-Coronado JY (2018) SEM: A Global Technique—Case Applied to TPM. In: García-Alcaraz JL, Alor-Hernández G, Maldonado-Macías AA, Sánchez-Ramírez C (eds) New Perspectives on Applied Industrial Tools and Techniques. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp 3-22. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-56871-3_1

17.  Medrano, G. M., Ochoa-Domínguez, H., & Jiménez, V. G. (2018). Denoising of Ultrasound Medical Images Using the DM6437 High-Performance Digital Media Processor. En O. Vergara, Advanced Topics in Computer Vision, Control and Robotics in Mechatronics (Vol. en producción). Springer.

18.  Mendoza-Fong JR, García-Alcaraz JL, Ochoa-Domínguez HdJ, Cortes-Robles G (2018) Green Production Attributes and Its Impact in Company's Sustainability. In: García-Alcaraz JL, Alor-Hernández G, Maldonado-Macías AA, Sánchez-Ramírez C (eds) New Perspectives on Applied Industrial Tools and Techniques. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp 23-46. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-56871-3_2

19.  Ochoa-Domínguez, H., & Jiménez, V. G. (2017). Evaluation of Denoising Methods in the Spatial Domain for Medical Ultrasound Imaging Applications. En G. Alor-Hernández, Current Trends on Knowledge-Based Systems (págs. 263-282). Berlin: Springer.

20.  Osorio Gómez JC, Manotas Duque DF, Rivera L, García-Alcaraz JL (2017) Decision Support System for Operational Risk Management in Supply Chain with 3PL Providers. In: Alor-Hernández G, Valencia-García R (eds) Current Trends on Knowledge-Based Systems. Springer International Publishing, Cham, pp 205-222. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-51905-0_10

21.  Realyvásquez A, Maldonado A, García-Alcaraz J, Blanco-Fernández J, Limon J (2017) Impact of Macroergonomic Organizational Elements on the Performance of Manufacturing Systems. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-1974-4.ch006

22.  Realyvásquez A, Maldonado A, Romero-Gonzalez J (2017) Macroergonomic Work Systems' Design Factors and Elements: A Literature Review. doi: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0130-5.ch007

23.  Teresita M, Jorge Luis G-A, Valeria Martínez L, Nadia Sofia T, Diego T (2017) Impact of Human Resources on Quality After Just-in-Time Implementation. In: Raja D, Mohan P (eds) Handbook of Research on Manufacturing Process Modeling and Optimization Strategies. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 235-255. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-2440-3.ch011

24.  Valadez-Torres S. G., Maldonado-Macías A. A., García-Alcaraz J, del Rocío Camacho-Alamilla M, Avelar-Sosa L, Balderrama-Armendáriz C (2017) Analysis of burnout syndrome, musculoskeletal complaints, and job content in middle and senior managers: Case study of manufacturing industries in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.  58:549-565. doi:10.3233/WOR-172642

25.  Valeria Martínez L, Jorge Luis García A, José Roberto Díaz R, Deysi Guadalupe Marquez G (2017) The Impact of ICT on Supply Chain Agility and Human Performance. In: George Leal J, António Lucas S, Cláudio Roberto Magalhães P (eds) Handbook of Research on Information Management for Effective Logistics and Supply Chains. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp 180-198. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-0973-8.ch010

 

Libros

1.      Jorge Luis García-Alcaraz, Midiala Oropesa-Vento, Aidé Aracely Maldonado-Macías (2017) Kaizen Planning, Implementing and Controlling. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-47746-6 DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-47747-3

2.      Jorge Luis García-Alcaraz, Giner Alor-Hernández, Aidé Aracely Maldonado-Macías, Cuauhtémoc Sánchez-Ramírez Editors (2017) New Perspectives on Applied Industrial Tools and Techniques. Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-56870-6 DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-56871-3

3.      Hernandez-Arellano, J. L., Maldonado-Macías, A. A., Castillo Martínez, J. A., & Peinado Coronado, P. (2018). Theory, methods and applications of ergonomics and product design (1st ed.). IGI Global. In progess.

4.      Laura Alicia Hernández Moreno, Juan Gabriel López Solorzano, Osslan Osiris Vergara Villegas y Vianey Guadalupe Cruz Sánchez, "Realidad Aumentada: Instalación y Preparación del Ambiente de Desarrollo ARToolKit, NYARTToolKit para Processing y Vuforia SDK con Unity", Editorial Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Monterrey, Nuevo León, México, Marzo de 2017, ISBN: 978-607-27-0750-4.

 

Congresos

1.      Avelar Sosa L., García Alcaraz J. L., Mejía Muñoz J. M. y Maldonado Macías A. A. (Agosto 2017) El apoyo gubernamental y la proximidad del mercado como aspectos críticos para mejorar los beneficios financieros en cadenas de suministro. IV Congreso Internacional Industria y Organizaciones, CIIO 2017. Medellín, Colombia.

2.      Ortiz Solís M., Maldonado Macías A. A., García Alcaraz J. L., Hernández Arellano J. L., Avelar Sosa L. (Abril 2017) Ergonomic evaluation and implementation of SMED methodology (Single Minute Exchange of Dies) within automotive windshield wipers module production line. XXIII Congreso Internacional de Ergonomía SEMAC. Juárez, México

3.      José Roberto Mendoza Fong, Jorge Luis García Alcaraz,  José Roberto Díaz Reza, Liliana Avelar Sosa, Aidé Aracely Maldonado Macías, Valeria Martínez Loya (2017) Validación de cuestionario para medir la integración de las tic en la CS verde, Academia Journals Celaya, ISBN: 978-1-939982-32-2,  pp. 4167-472.

4.      José Roberto Mendoza Fong, Jorge Luis García Alcaraz, José Roberto Díaz Reza, Liliana Avelar Sosa, Aidé Aracely Maldonado Macías, Humberto de Jesús Ochoa Domínguez (2017) Identificación de atributos para determinar el grado de pensamiento verde en un proceso de producción, Academia Journals Celaya, ISBN: 978-1-939982-32-2,  pp. 4161-4166

5.      Díaz-Reza, J.R., García-Alcaraz, J.L., Martínez-Loya, V., & Mendoza-Fong, J.R. (2017). Validación de un cuestionario para evaluar los factores críticos de éxito para la implementación de six sigma. Paper presented at the Academia Journal, Ciudad Juárez, México.

6.      García-Alcaraz, J.L., Martínez-Loya, V., Díaz-Reza, J.R., & Mendoza-Fong, J.R. (2017). El rol de la gerencia y black belts en el éxito de seis sigma. Paper presented at the Academia Journals, Ciudad Juárez.

7.      Lorente Rubio, C., Sáenz-Díez Muro, J.C., Diaz-Reza, J.R., & Martínez-Loya, V. (2017). Proyecto de innovación educativa en el marco europeo de aprendizaje. Paper presented at the Academia Journals Ciudad Juárez, México.

8.      Martínez-Loya, V., Mendoza-Fong, J.R., Díaz-Reza, J.R., García-Alcaraz, J.L., & Ibarra-Hernández, N.L. (2017). Impacto del recurso humano en el desempeño económico de maquiladoras al implementar tqm. Paper presented at the Acadeia Journals, Ciudad Juárez, México.

9.      Mendoza-Fong, J.R., Díaz-Reza, J.R., García-Alcaraz, J.L., & Martínez-Loya, V. (2017). Validación del impacto que el recurso humano tiene en la cadena de suministro. Paper presented at the Academia Journals, Ciudad Juárez, México.

10.  Mendoza-Fong, J.R., García-Alcaraz, J., Díaz-Reza, J.R., Avelar-Sosa, L., Maldonado, A.A., & Martinez-Loya, V. (2017). Validación de cuestionario para medir la integración de las tic en la cs verde. Paper presented at the Academia Journal, Celaya, Mexico.

11.  Mendoza-Fong, J.R., García-Alcaraz, J., Díaz-Reza, J.R., Avelar-Sosa, L., Maldonado, A.A., & Ochoa-Dominguez, H.d.J. (2017). Identificación de atributos para determinar el grado de pensamiento verde en un proceso de producción. Paper presented at the Academia Journals, Celaya, Mexico.

 

Propiedad intelectual 

1.      SÁENZ-DÍEZ MURO J. C., JIMÉNEZ MACÍAS E., BLANCO FERNÁNDEZ J., NIÑO MARTÍN D., GARCÍA ALCARAZ J. L., MALDONADO MACÍAS A. A., HERNÁNDEZ ARELLANO J. L., BAEZ LÓPEZ Y. A. (2017) Aerogenerador de eje de rotación vertical con turbina eólica de álabes compuestos. Fecha de publicación de la solicitud: 30.06.2017. ES 2 620 927 A1

2.      HERNÁNDEZ ARELLANO J. L., GARCIA ALCARAZ J. L., MALDONADO MACIAS A. A., TINAJERO FRANCO D. L., GARCIA GONZALEZ K. P., CARRERA URIBE M., SÁENZ-DÍEZ MURO J. C., JIMÉNEZ MACÍAS E., BLANCO FERNÁNDEZ J., NIÑO MARTÍN D. (2017) Antropómetro manual para la obtención simultánea de las medidas de las manos. Fecha de publicación de la solicitud: 14.09.2017. ES 2 632 641 A1

3.      CORTES ROBLES G., SÁNCHEZ RÁMIREZ C., ALOR HERNÁNDEZ G., GARCÍA ALCARAZ J. L., MALDONADO MACÍAS A. A., SÁENZ-DÍEZ MURO J. C., JIMÉNEZ MACÍAS E., BLANCO FERNÁNDEZ J., NIÑO MARTÍN D. (2017) Gadget para mandos inalámbricos. Fecha de publicación de la solicitud: 30.06.2017. ES 2 620 967 A1

 

 

 

 

 


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