Pablo A. Estévez, Ph. D
Personal Information


Dr. Eng. (Information Engineering), University of Tokyo, 1995.
Master Eng. (Information Engineering), University of Tokyo, 1992.
P.E. in Electrical Engineerinng (Ingeniero Civil Electricista), University of Chile, 1981.
B.S. (Electrical Engineering), University of Chile, 1978.


Scientific Societies

Member of the INNS since 1990
Senior IEEE Member (2004). IEEE Member since 1998.
Chair IEEE-CIS Distinguished Lecturer Program (2005).
President and founder of the Chilean Chapter of the IEEE Neural Network Society.
Member of the Forest Products Society since 2001.


Working Experience

Full time faculty member at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Chile since 1981.
Currently Associate Professor (Full time).


Scholarships and Awards

Japanese Government (Mombusho) Scholarship to pursue a Doctor Engineering degree at the University of Tokyo. (1989-1995). French Government CIES Scholarship, 'stagiare' at the Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France (September 1996).
Best Poster Paper Award at the International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Beijing, China, November 1992.


Research Visits

Visiting Professor at CCR, University of Tokyo, Japan, January to April 2004.
Invited researcher at Communication Science Labs., Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT), Kyoto, Japan, April to July 1995.
Invited researcher at LIP, Ecole Normale Superieure de Lyon, France, September 1996, October 1997 and September 1998.



  • Undergraduate lectures at the Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Chile.:
    EL31A Network Analysis I (Electric Circuits)
    EL32C Network Analysis II
  • Graduate lectures:
    EM753 Neural Networks
    EM754 Evolutionary Computation
    Coordinator and teacher of the course: "Artificial Neural Networks: Basic Concepts and Applications", given at the University of Chile for latinoamerican professionals and academics, November 1998 (duration 1 week). Lecturers: Mirta Gordon, CEA, Grenoble, France; Raoul Velazco, INPG, Grenoble, France; Gerard Baille, INRIA, Grenoble, France and Claudio Pérez, U. of Chile.
Last updated December 18, 2003