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Julio César Gutiérrez Vega - Faculty

Julio César Gutiérrez Vega

Julio César Gutiérrez Vega

Professor Researcher 

Campus Monterrey, School of Engineering and Sciences, Tecnológico de Monterrey.


Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering
Optics / Optical Sciences
Physics for Engineering



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"I'm drawn towards the possibility of learning a new science every day and of sharing that knowledge with the students that take an interest in it." From the scientific point of view, what interests Julio César Gutiérrez Vega the most is physics in general; however, he inclines toward fields such as optics, mechanics, electromagnetism, and quantum physics. He claims he can't explain why, but since his childhood, he has enjoyed abstract mathematics and the way it can apply to model processes both in physics and in other disciplines. 

He earned a Doctorate in Optics after studying for a master's degree in Electrical Engineering. The reason was mostly circumstantial, since his intention was to make fiber optic sensors to predict short circuit for the Comisión Federal de Electricidad; he suddenly realized optics had its own charm and decided to focus his research toward that field. Gutiérrez Vega claims his social responsibility as a university professor is the highly-specialized human capital formation. A real challenge since, even if times and material resources evolve, the matter is still the same after hundreds of years of schooling.

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Teaching Activities

  • Mathematical Physics
  • Physical Engineering Project
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Research Integration
  • Research Internship


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Education and Training

Doctorate in Sciences with Specialty in Optics, Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Optica y Electrónica

Industrial Physical Engineer, Tecnológico de Monterrey

Master of Science with specialization in Electrical Engineering, Tecnológico de Monterrey


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  • Analytic equations to design optical systems with three stigmatic pairs in the meridional plane.  Optical Engineering.  60. 2021 
  • Robertson-Schrödinger uncertainty relation for qubits: A visual approach.  European Journal of Physics.  42. 2021 
  • Exact equations to design a stigmatic singlet that meets the Herschel's condition.  Optics Communications.  485. 2021 
  • Exact equations for stigmatic singlet design meeting the Abbe sine condition.  Optics Communications.  479. 2021 
  • Geometric phase of dielectric multilayers.  Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics.  37:3170-3178. 2020


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Awards and Honors

Senior Member SPIE, conferred by The International Society for Optical Engineering, 2010

Mexican Researcher Certification - Level 3 (Gutiérrez-Vega, Julio César)