Carlos Agüero received his Ph.D. and M.S. in Computer Science from Universidad Rey Juan Carlos under the supervision of Dr. José M. Cañas and Dr. Vicente Matellán. His research has been focused on multi-robot object localization, task allocation, and multi-target object localization. He has been an active member of the RoboCup community since 2005 and is a co-founder of Spiteam, the RoboCup Standard Platform League team. He co-developed a complete robot architecture (Behaviour-based Iterative Control Architecture, BICA) from scratch for the Nao robot and applied it to both robot soccer and Alzheimer therapy.
Before joining OSRF, Carlos held a faculty position in the GSyC Department at Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and was Director of the Telematics and Computer Systems Master program. In 2010 and 2011, he visited the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin, and CORAL Research group at Carnegie Mellon University.