Alexis Guijarro was born in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico in 1995. He obtained his B.S. in Mechatronics and Process Control Systems Engineering in 2018 at Universidad La Salle Laguna. Later, he obtained a M.S. in Computer Science in 2020 at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi under Dr. Luis Rodolfo Garcia Carrillo and Dr. Scott A. King supervision. Currently, he is collaborating with Robots LatAm and PX4 Project for tech content creation in Spanish.


Mechatronics Engineering
Control Systems
Unmanned Aircraft Systems
ROS Development
Computer Vision
Linux Development
Multi-Agent Systems



  1. Ignacio Rubio Scola, Gabriel Alexis Guijarro Reyes, Luis Rodolfo Garcia Carrillo, João Pedro Hespanha, Laurent Burlion, “A Robust Control Strategy With Perturbation Estimation for the Parrot Mambo Platform”, IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, September 2020. [DOI]

  2. I. Rubio Scola, G.A. Guijarro Reyes, L. R. Garcia Carrillo, J. Hespanha and J. Xie, “Translational Model Identification and Robust Control for the Parrot Mambo UAS Multicopter”, IEEE Globecom Workshop on Computing Centric Drone Networks, Hawaii, USA, December 2019. [DOI]

  3. G.A. Guijarro Reyes, L.R. Garcia Carrillo, I. Rubio Scola, J. Martinez, J. Baca, and S.King, “Human gesture-triggered control actions for Unmanned Aircraft Systems: A Deep Neural Network-Inspired Approach”, Latin American Congress on Automation and Robotics (LACAR), Cali, Colombia, November 2019. [DOI]

  4. B. Wang, J. Xie, Y. Wan, G.A. Guijarro Reyes, and L.R. Garcia Carrillo, “3-D Trajectory Modeling for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”, AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition, January 2019, San Diego CA, USA. [DOI]

  5. G.A. Guijarro Reyes, L.R. Garcia Carrillo, and P. Rangel. “A Geometric Control Strategy for Real-Time Coordination of Multiple Unmanned Aircraft Systems”, 2018 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, June 2018, Dallas, TX, USA. [DOI]


A Robust Control Strategy With Perturbation Estimation for the Parrot Mambo Platform

DNN-Inspired Approach for Human Gesture-Triggered Action Control applied to Unmanned Aircraft Systems

A Geometric Control Strategy for Real-time Coordination of Multiple Unmanned Aircraft Systems