Raúl Bartolomé Castro (Spain) is an engineer, inventor, electronic designer, software developer, entrepreneur, engineering director, engineering consultant, financial investor and financial advisor.

Most of his 20 years of professional career are carried out in the automotive sector, leading engineering teams and developing complex electrical/electronic (E/E) systems and software products.

Mr. Bartolomé is currently working at Harman International, a Samsung Company, as director of hardware engineering. Previous to that, he was engineering manager and senior project manager for E/E at Magna Steyr, co-founder and engineering manager at Cisium, Inc., team leader and senior hardware engineer at Lear Corporation and other managerial and engineering jobs.

He holds three university degrees, among them a master’s degree in electronic engineering at Universitat Rovira i Virgili and master’s degree in business administration with distinction at University of Bradford. He is currently coursing master in financial advice and asset management at Universitat de Barcelona and OBS Business School.

His profile in LinkedIn is public with tenths of professional recommendations and multimedia content. He is also present in Facebook and Twitter.


BSc. Industrial Electronic Engineering

“Ingeniero Técnico Industrial, especialidad en Electrónica Industrial”

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Enginyeria

Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain

Thesis: Oscilloscope for Windows 95 using serial port (“Osciloscopio basado en Windows 95 utilizando el puerto serie“)

MSc. Automation and Industrial Electronic Engineering

Ingeniero en Automática y Electrónica Industrial

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Escola Tècnica Superior d’Enginyeria

Tarragona, Catalonia, Spain

Thesis: Modular system of data acquisition (“Sistema modular de adquisición de datos“)

Master in Business Administration with Distinction

University of Bradford, School of Management

Bradford, Yorkshire, United Kingdom

Thesis: VIX as Predictor Variable of Stock Market Retur

The distinction is typically awarded to graduates in the top 3% of their class.


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