Program Committee of International Conferences
Dr. Agüero is part of the International Program Committee for the following conferences:
He is also a regular reviewer for the following journals:
Automatica, IEEE transaction on automatic control, International Journal of Control, Systems and control letters, IET control theory and applications, European Journal of Control, IEEE transaction on signal processing, Signal Processing (Elsevier), Industrial and Engineering Chemistry research, IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology, Communications Letters.
and the following conferences:
CDC, ACC, CCC, ECC, IFAC World Congress, MSC, MED, DYCOPS, SYSID, NECSYS.
Dr. Agüero is also a commentator of Mathematical Reviews since 2011.
Honors and Awards
2011 Part of the Emerging Research Leaders (ERL) program at the University of Newcastle.
2011 Science-Direct Top 25 Hottest Articles in Automatica July-September 2011, A Virtual Closed Loop Identification. Method for Closed Loop Identification.
2011 Science-Direct Top 25 Hottest Articles in Automatica July-September 2011, On Identification of FIR systems having quantized output data.
2010 Science-Direct Top 25 Hottest Articles in Automatica January-March 2010, On the equivalence of time and frequency domain maximum likelihood estimation.
2008 Science-Direct Top 25 Hottest Articles in Automatica October-December 2008, On the equivalence of least costly and traditional experiment design for control.
2008 Science-Direct Top 25 Hottest Articles in Automatica January-March 2008, Iden- tifiability of errors in variables dynamic systems.
2006 Best paper of the session “System Identification for Control”, 45th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, CDC 2006, San Diego, California, USA.
2001–2003 Recipient of the Electrical Engineering Research Scholarship, Scholarship to support my postgraduate research studies, The University of Newcastle, Australia.
2002–2003 Recipient of the University of Newcastle Postgraduate Research Scholarship (UNRS), Scholarship to support my postgraduate research studies, The University of Newcastle, Australia.
1997-2001 Recipient of the Federico Santa Maria University Postgraduate Research Scholarship, Scholarship to support my postgraduate research studies, Federico Santa Maria University, Chile.
1997 Recipient of an Interchange Scholarship, The University of Alcala de Henares, Spain.