Pablo Yagües Fernández

  • Murcia Area, Spain, ES

Telecommunications Engineering

Personal Summary

An enthusiastic network engineer with the drive and determination necessary
to resolve complex networking issues. Organisational skills and effective Possessing
excellent working knowledge of networking technologies and Having a commitment
to keep up to date with the latest Developments. Experienced in providing motivation,
guidance and networking with up to date both consultancy service to colleagues and clients.
Now looking for a new and challenging network engineer position, which one will
make best use of my skills and experience and existing further also my development .


2010 - 2014

Telematics Engineering

University Polytechnic of Cartagena

Telematics is a specialty of Telecommunications

2013 - 2013

Android programming Introduction

University Polytechnic of Cartagena

60-hours course

Work experience

Work experience
Jan 2016 - Jun 2016

Technical University of Denmark


A dynamic department with a wide range of research within the field of light.

Jun 2015 - Dec 2015

SIEMENS - Imaging Software and IT

Aquiline ICT Group - Professional position Healthcare IT engineer

Networks Ris/Pacs

 PACS (picture archiving and communication system) is a medical imaging technology which provides economical storage and convenient access to images from multiple modalities (source machine types such as X-ray )

Ris (Radiology information system) is a computerized database used by radiology departments to store, manipulate, and distribute patient radiological data and imagery.



Arduino & microcontrollers

3D Printers




SDN - OpenFlow 

AutoCAD - SolidWorks

Wan - SNMP

Java - C# - C++

Html5 - Php - CSS

Hubs - Routers


Main projects

Degree Final Project (SDN and Openflow)

Software-defined networking (SDN) is an approach to computer networking that allows network administrators to manage network services through abstraction of higher-level functionality. This is done by decoupling the system that makes decisions about where traffic is sent (the control plane) from the underlying systems that forward traffic to the selected destination (the data plane).

The Optical Turbulence Generator (ATG)

ATG generates controlled atmospheric turbulent conditions with arduino to emulate the existing distortion produced in a laser beam propagating through an atmospheric optical link; this distortion is mainly associated with turbulence-induced fading, called scintillation.

The aim of this physical device is possible to reproduce test scenarios with realistic ratios in a laboratory.