Carlos Sandoval

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My main interests are:

  • Motor System
  • Artificial life
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cognitive architectures
  • Virtual Reality.

I love learning and teaching math (I do really enjoy it). I'm a coach for Math competitions since 2008.


A bioinspired motor cognitive architecture.

Research Abstract: 

I am developing a motor cognitive architecture.

In my master degree, I worked with feedforward movements using a bio-inspired cognitive architecture based on the way that the brain works (particularly SMA, premotor cortex and primary motor cortex).

Currently, I'm working with motor percepts.

  • Digital Animation and VFX Engineer (2017), Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Chapala ITSCH, Chapala, Jalisco, México.
  • Master in Computer Science at CINVESTAV (2019).
  • Currently a PhD student at CINVESTAV. I'm working on Cognitive Architectures (Motor System).

Publications & preprints
[1]Hernández, O., Sandoval, C., Palacios, G., Vargas, N., Robles, F., & Ramos, F. (2022). Bio-inspired task-rule retrieval model with auditory sorting test. Cognitive Systems Research, 72, 1-13.

[2]Sandoval, C. J., & Ramos, F. F. (2021). A proposal of bioinspired motor-system cognitive architecture focused on feed-forward-control movements. Cognitive Systems Research, 67, 50-59.

[3]Palacios, G., Sandoval, C., & Ramos, F. (2021). A proposal for an auditory sensation cognitive architecture and its integration with the motor-system cognitive function. Cognitive Systems Research, 66, 1-12.

[4]Ramirez-Pedraza, R., Vargas, N., Sandoval, C., del Valle-Padilla, J. L., & Ramos, F. (2020). A bio-inspired model of behavior considering decision-making and planning, spatial attention and basic motor commands processes. Cognitive Systems Research, 59, 293-303.

[5]Ramirez-Pedraza, R., Vargas, N., Sandoval, C., del Valle-Padilla, J. L., & Ramos, F. (2019, August). A Bioinspired Model of Decision Making Considering Spatial Attention for Goal-Driven Behaviour. In Biologically Inspired Cognitive Architectures Meeting (pp. 426-431). Springer, Cham.