Miguel C. Soriano

Miguel Cornelles Soriano
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Miguel C. Soriano (Miguel Cornelles Soriano) holds a "Ramón y Cajal" research position at the Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos (IFISC). His main research interests include the experimental and theoretical study of semiconductor lasers subject to delayed optical feedback, and the experimental characterization and theoretical modelling of the synchronization properties of semiconductor lasers in the chaotic regime. Additional research lines cover topics such as information processing based on reservoir computing and nonlinear dynamics.

Recent Publications

A Fast Machine Learning Model for ECG-Based Heartbeat Classification and Arrhythmia Detection

Alfaras, Miquel; Soriano, Miguel C.; Ortín, Silvia
Frontiers in Physics 7, 103 (2019)

Information processing using optoelectronic delayed systems: Influence of an additional delay

Yelo, Jesús (Supervisor: Miguel C. Soriano)
Master Thesis (2019)

PHOTONIC RESERVOIR COMPUTING: Optical Recurrent Neural Networks

edited by Brunner, Daniel; Soriano, Miguel C.: Van der Sande, Guy
, De Gruyter (2019)

Markovian approach to tackle the interaction of simultaneous diseases

Soriano-Paños, David; Ghanbarnejad, Fakhteh; Meloni, Sandro; Gómez-Gardeñes, Jesús;
Submitted (2019)

A unifying analysis of chaos synchronization and consistency in delay-coupled semiconductor lasers

Jungling, T.; Porte, X.; Oliver, N.; Soriano, M. C.; Fischer, I.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 25, 1501609 (2019)

Ongoing Research projects

IDEA

Improving data DEcoding in optical communication networks All-optically using neuro-inspired photonic systems

P.I.: Miguel C. Soriano, Ingo Fischer, Claudio Mirasso
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