Edgar Omar obtained his PhD in Communications and Electronics at the Instituto Politécnico Nacional, in the Postgraduate Studies Section at ESIME Culhuacán, developing his topic on "Acoustic Noise Cancellation by Adaptive Signal Filtering". He has presented several research papers and has participated in different conferences, including international ones in Greece and India. He has published several papers as well as books on Adaptive Filtering and Trends in Control for Robotics. He holds a Master of Science degree in Electronic Systems, specialising in Telecommunications, from the Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Monterrey, and an Engineering degree in Communications and Electronics from the Instituto Politécnico Nacional, at the ESIME Zacatenco. Before joining the Tec de Monterrey, he worked at TV Azteca, in the area of Technological Development as Digital Systems Analyst, developing, among other projects, the acquisition and evaluation of digital video editing systems and the restructuring of the master of the company, taking different courses and training in Mexico and the USA, mainly. He is currently a Research Professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey Campus Ciudad de México and a classified professor and specialist in the area of Telecommunications and Acoustics at Tecnológico de Monterrey, with more than 20 years of seniority. He also coordinates the RESEARCH AND APPLICATION GROUP ON SOCIAL ROBOTICS, and leads the group called NAO TEAM CCM, which has won first places in consecutive national competitions of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence NAO Mexico and NAO Challenge Mexíco. He belongs to the National System of Researchers Level I of CONACYT in the area of Engineering and Science.