David Blanco Navarro received the Master Degree in Physics, specializing in Theoretical Physics, from University of Granada in 1997, and the PhD degree in Physics from the same university in 2001. Currently, he is Senior Lecture in the Applied Physics Department of the University of Granada since 2011.
When he finished his PhD, he was briefly assistant lecture in the Applied Physics Department, after which he was Research Assistant in the Institute for Digital Communications of the University of Edinburgh in 2002. In 2005 he started as Research Fellow in the Applied Physics Department of the University of Granada with a Ramón y Cajal Scholarship.
His teaching career started during his PhD, and since then he has taught in more than ten degrees and near twenty different courses, encompassing science and engineering undergraduate and master degrees. Currently he teaches Physics Degree, Telecommunications Engineering and Master in Physics.
His research career started during his Master Degree, with the Initiation to the Research Scholarship. At the present, he is part of the System, Signals and Waves Research Group, TIC-114 of the Junta de Andalucia. He has worked in the development of new methods of Signal Analysis, mainly in Higher Order Statistic and Independent Component Analysis, and their applications to different fields, like radar, genomics, hyperspectral images, natural electromagnetic signals, etc. He has been part of several national and reginal research projects, being the Principal Researcher in one of them.