Juan Martín Cáceres Tarazona

@unipamplona.edu.co

Facultad de ingenierías y arquitectura
Universidad de Pamplona



                       

https://researchid.co/jucaceres

RESEARCH INTERESTS

• Sistemas multisensoriales y reconocimiento de patrones.
• Sistemas de control
• Automatización industrial.
• Adquisición de datos.
• Inteligencia Artificial
• Robótica.

7

Scopus Publications

53

Scholar Citations

4

Scholar h-index

1

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Assessment of E-Senses Performance through Machine Learning Models for Colombian Herbal Teas Classification
    Jeniffer Katerine Carrillo, Cristhian Manuel Durán, Juan Martin Cáceres, Carlos Alberto Cuastumal, Jordana Ferreira, José Ramos, Brian Bahder, Martin Oates, and Antonio Ruiz

    MDPI AG
    This paper describes different E-Senses systems, such as Electronic Nose, Electronic Tongue, and Electronic Eyes, which were used to build several machine learning models and assess their performance in classifying a variety of Colombian herbal tea brands such as Albahaca, Frutos Verdes, Jaibel, Toronjil, and Toute. To do this, a set of Colombian herbal tea samples were previously acquired from the instruments and processed through multivariate data analysis techniques (principal component analysis and linear discriminant analysis) to feed the support vector machine, K-nearest neighbors, decision trees, naive Bayes, and random forests algorithms. The results of the E-Senses were validated using HS-SPME-GC-MS analysis. The best machine learning models from the different classification methods reached a 100% success rate in classifying the samples. The proposal of this study was to enhance the classification of Colombian herbal teas using three sensory perception systems. This was achieved by consolidating the data obtained from the collected samples.


  • Non-invasive method to detect infection with mycobacterium tuberculosis complex in wild boar by measurement of volatile organic compounds obtained from feces with an electronic nose system
    Kelvin de Jesús Beleño-Sáenz, Juan Martín Cáceres-Tarazona, Pauline Nol, Aylen Lisset Jaimes-Mogollón, Oscar Eduardo Gualdrón-Guerrero, Cristhian Manuel Durán-Acevedo, Jose Angel Barasona, Joaquin Vicente, María José Torres, Tesfalem Geremariam Welearegay,et al.

    MDPI AG
    More effective methods to detect bovine tuberculosis, caused by Mycobacterium bovis, in wildlife, is of paramount importance for preventing disease spread to other wild animals, livestock, and human beings. In this study, we analyzed the volatile organic compounds emitted by fecal samples collected from free-ranging wild boar captured in Doñana National Park, Spain, with an electronic nose system based on organically-functionalized gold nanoparticles. The animals were separated by the age group for performing the analysis. Adult (>24 months) and sub-adult (12–24 months) animals were anesthetized before sample collection, whereas the juvenile (<12 months) animals were manually restrained while collecting the sample. Good accuracy was obtained for the adult and sub-adult classification models: 100% during the training phase and 88.9% during the testing phase for the adult animals, and 100% during both the training and testing phase for the sub-adult animals, respectively. The results obtained could be important for the further development of a non-invasive and less expensive detection method of bovine tuberculosis in wildlife populations.

  • Exhaled breath analysis for gastric cancer diagnosis in Colombian patients
    Cristhian Manuel Durán-Acevedo, Aylen Lisset Jaimes-Mogollón, Oscar Eduardo Gualdrón-Guerrero, Tesfalem Geremariam Welearegay, Julián Davíd Martinez-Marín, Juan Martín Caceres-Tarazona, Zayda Constanza Sánchez-Acevedo, Kelvin de Jesus Beleño-Saenz, Umut Cindemir, Lars Österlund,et al.

    Impact Journals, LLC
    We present here the first study that directly correlates gastric cancer (GC) with specific biomarkers in the exhaled breath composition on a South American population, which registers one of the highest global incidence rates of gastric affections. Moreover, we demonstrate a novel solid state sensor that predicts correct GC diagnosis with 97% accuracy. Alveolar breath samples of 30 volunteers (patients diagnosed with gastric cancer and a controls group formed of patients diagnosed with other gastric diseases) were collected and analyzed by gas-chromatography/mass-spectrometry (GC-MS) and with an innovative chemical gas sensor based on gold nanoparticles (AuNP) functionalized with octadecylamine ligands. Our GC-MS analyses identified 6 volatile organic compounds that showed statistically significant differences between the cancer patients and the controls group. These compounds were different from those identified in previous studied performed on other populations with high incidence rates of this malady, such as China (representative for Eastern Asia region) and Latvia (representative for Baltic States), attributable to lifestyle, alimentation and genetics differences. A classification model based on principal component analysis of our sensor data responses to the breath samples yielded 97% accuracy, 100% sensitivity and 93% specificity. Our results suggest a new and non-intrusive methodology for early diagnosis of gastric cancer that may be deployed in regions lacking well-developed health care systems as a prediagnosis test for selecting the patients that should undergo deeper investigations (e.g., endoscopy and biopsy).

  • Thermal desorption system for breath samples analysis from colombian patients with gastric cancer
    J. Caceres, Cristhian Manuel Durán Acevedo and Eduardo Gualdron Guerrero Oscar


    This work describes the development of a low cost thermal desorption system to analyze a set of 31 exhaled breath samples previously acquired from CA and control patients (i.e. with gastritis and ulcer), which were concentrated using Tenax tubes in order to remove the moisture and trap the volatile compounds. The samples were stored at a temperature of 4°C for further analysis. The proposed system allowed that the volatile compounds were trapped inside the tubes to be extracted and sent to a measuring chamber with a gas sensor array sensitive to these compounds. The overall detection system composed of the measuring chamber, a high-precision power supply, advanced high-resolution data acquisition equipment and a computer that acquired and supervised the sensor responses. Once the information was acquired, different pre-processing (normalization) and data processing techniques such as: Principal Component Analysis (PCA), Probabilistic Neural Network (PNN) and Support Vector Machine (SVM), were applied for the analysis and data classification of the exhaled breath. The thermal desorption system was able to extract the volatile compounds emitted from the breath, reducing the humidity of the samples to increase the selectivity, sensitivity and the performance of the system. A 99,44 % of the total variance by using PCA analysis was achieved and a 93.54 % of classification success rate using SVM was obtained.

  • Exhaled breath analysis of smokers and nonsmokers using sensors based ultrapure organically modified gold nanoparticles
    O. E. Gualdrón, T. G. Welearegay, A. L. Jaimes, J. M. Cáceres, C. M. Durán, R. Ionescu, M. Maestre, and G. Pugliese

    Springer Singapore

  • Ultrapure Organically Modified Gold Nanoparticles for Breath Analysis
    T.G. Welearegay, O.E. Gualdrón, A.L. Jaimes, J.M. Cáceres, G. Pugliese, U. Cindemir, C.M. Durán, L. Österlund, and R. Ionescu

    Elsevier BV

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Assessment of E-Senses Performance through Machine Learning Models for Colombian Herbal Teas Classification
    JK Carrillo, CM Durn, JM Cceres, CA Cuastumal, J Ferreira, J Ramos, ...
    Chemosensors 11 (7), 354 2023

  • Non-Invasive Method to Detect Infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex in Wild Boar by Measurement of Volatile Organic Compounds Obtained from
    K de Jess Beleo-Senz, JM Cceres-Tarazona, P Nol, ...
    Sensors 21 (2), 584 2021

  • Low-cost desorption unit coupled with a gold nanoparticles gas sensors array for the analysis of volatile organic compounds emitted from the exhaled breath (gastric cancer and
    CM Durn-Acevedo, JM Cceres-Tarazona
    Microelectronic Engineering 237, 111483 2021

  • Exhaled breath analysis for gastric cancer diagnosis in Colombian patients
    CM Durn-Acevedo, AL Jaimes-Mogolln, OE Gualdrn-Guerrero, ...
    Oncotarget 9 (48), 28805 2018

  • Thermal desorption system for breath samples analysis from Colombian patients with gastric cancer
    JM Cceres, CM Durn, OE Gualdron
    CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TRANSACTIONS Journal 68 2018

  • Desarrollo de un sistema de olfato electrnico para la deteccin de cncer gstrico a travs del aliento exhalado.
    JM Caceres Tarazona
    Universidad de Pamplona–Facultad de Ingenieras y Arquitectura. 2018

  • Exhaled Breath analysis of smokers and nonsmokers using sensors based ultrapure Organically Modified Gold Nanoparticles
    OE Gualdrn, TG Welearegay, AL Jaimes, JM Cceres, CM Durn, ...
    VII Latin American Congress on Biomedical Engineering CLAIB 2016 2017

  • Ultrapure organically modified gold nanoparticles for breath analysis
    TG Welearegay, OE Gualdrn, AL Jaimes, JM Cceres, G Pugliese, ...
    Procedia Engineering 168, 133-136 2016

  • CTF Cienc
    JA CARRILLO, J CACERES, G VELA, H BUENO
    Tecnol. Futuro, 67-76 1996

  • Deasphalting solvents
    JA Carrillo, J Caceres, G Vela, H Bueno
    CT and F Ciencia, Tecnologia, Futuro 1 (2), 67-76 1996

  • Solventes de desasfaltado
    JA Carrillo, J Cceres, G Vela, H Bueno
    CT&F-Ciencia, Tecnologa y Futuro 1 (2), 67-76 1996

  • Las olefinas en los disolventes de desasfaltado
    JA Carrillo, J Caceres
    Ingeniera qumica, 121-123 1995

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Exhaled breath analysis for gastric cancer diagnosis in Colombian patients
    CM Durn-Acevedo, AL Jaimes-Mogolln, OE Gualdrn-Guerrero, ...
    Oncotarget 9 (48), 28805 2018
    Citations: 33

  • Low-cost desorption unit coupled with a gold nanoparticles gas sensors array for the analysis of volatile organic compounds emitted from the exhaled breath (gastric cancer and
    CM Durn-Acevedo, JM Cceres-Tarazona
    Microelectronic Engineering 237, 111483 2021
    Citations: 5

  • Non-Invasive Method to Detect Infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis Complex in Wild Boar by Measurement of Volatile Organic Compounds Obtained from
    K de Jess Beleo-Senz, JM Cceres-Tarazona, P Nol, ...
    Sensors 21 (2), 584 2021
    Citations: 4

  • Thermal desorption system for breath samples analysis from Colombian patients with gastric cancer
    JM Cceres, CM Durn, OE Gualdron
    CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TRANSACTIONS Journal 68 2018
    Citations: 4

  • Ultrapure organically modified gold nanoparticles for breath analysis
    TG Welearegay, OE Gualdrn, AL Jaimes, JM Cceres, G Pugliese, ...
    Procedia Engineering 168, 133-136 2016
    Citations: 4

  • Solventes de desasfaltado
    JA Carrillo, J Cceres, G Vela, H Bueno
    CT&F-Ciencia, Tecnologa y Futuro 1 (2), 67-76 1996
    Citations: 2

  • Exhaled Breath analysis of smokers and nonsmokers using sensors based ultrapure Organically Modified Gold Nanoparticles
    OE Gualdrn, TG Welearegay, AL Jaimes, JM Cceres, CM Durn, ...
    VII Latin American Congress on Biomedical Engineering CLAIB 2016 2017
    Citations: 1