Julián Caro Linares will give a talk at the Maker Faire Galicia in which he will explain in an entertaining way how to make bionispirated robots, the functioning of the nervous system of animals and how to imitate them using free FPGAs


Graduated in Electronics and Automation Engineering from the Carlos III University of Madrid. He is currently finishing a Master in Robotics that he combines with his work in R&D, prototyping and Robotics.

He has worked for many years in the field of educational robotics, training teachers and students from the community of Madrid in Arduino and 3D printing, and also as a teacher in STEM courses for teachers at the International University of La Rioja (UNIR). In addition, he is one of the authors of the textbooks Programming of the Things of Set Ventiuno, Santillana.

His master’s thesis, focused on the integration of open source FPGAs for bioinspired robots, has been published at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS 2018). Passionate about the maker movement, free culture and the integration of robotics in society, he jokes that his dream is “to create a robot that wants to end humanity, be destroyed in the past, and return from the future reprogrammed to save it.”



With the collaboration of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology – Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities.