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Cázares-Ramírez, Irving Omar


Irving Cázares is a renowned bionics engineer, researcher, and academic with extensive experience in developing innovative solutions in the fields of mechanical engineering and medical technology. In addition to his Master's and Doctoral degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Irving Cázares holds a Bachelor's degree in Bionics Engineering from the IPN. As a member of the National System of Researchers (SNI), he has participated in several research projects and has published articles in high-impact scientific journals. Cázares is the co-founder of a high-tech orthopedic system development startup, which has been recognized for its innovation and ability to improve the quality of life for people with physical disabilities. His work has been recognized with various awards and scholarships, including his selection as a fellow of the Booster-e program to carry out a stay at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona, Spain, and his support from the prototype development program of the Institute of Science and Technology of the Federal District (ICyTDF). Cázares has also participated in interdisciplinary art and technology projects, collaborating on the creation of art installations and art-technology pieces at CENART and other institutions. His interest in inclusion and diversity is reflected in his experience as a visiting student at the African Paralympic Committee and the National Center for Orthopedics and Functional Re-adaptation in Cape Verde. As a professor at various universities, Irving Cázares has demonstrated his ability to guide and motivate his students in their academic training and in the development of research and technological development projects.
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