José Bravo Rodriguez (Ph.D)
jose.bravo [at] uclm [dot] es
José Bravo Rodríguez is professor in Computer Science in the Department of Technologies and Information Systems at Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain and Director of the Modeling Ambient Intelligence Research Group (MAmI). Since 2003, Dr. Bravo is the organizier of the International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI) and the International Work-Conference on Ambient Assisted Living (IWAAL). He is envolved in researches like Ubiquitous Computing, Ambient Intelligence, Ambient Assisted Living, Context-Awareness and m-Health.
Ramón Hervás Lucas (Ph.D)
ramon.hlucas [at] uclm [dot] es
Ramón Hervás is Professor (Ph.D senior lecturer) in Computer Science in the Department of Languages and Information Systems at the Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain and member of the Modeling Ambient Intelligence Research Group (MAmI). He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Engineering from the UCLM University. He has been invited as lecturer by different universities and collaborates on several research projects. Dr. Hervas' research interests cover a variety of IT issues including Context-Awareness, Ubiquitous Computing, Semantic Web, Intelligent User Interfaces, Information Visualization, Ambient Assisted Living and Behavior-based Computing.
Jesús Fontecha Diezma (Ph.D)
jesus.fontecha [at] uclm [dot] es
Jesús Fontecha Diezma is postdoctoral researcher at the Castilla-La Mancha University, performing research in the Modeling Ambient Intelligence Research Group (MAmI) and Technological Institute of Information Systems (ITSI). He graduated in Computer Engineering in September 2008 at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. In 2010, he received his M.S. degree in Advanced Computer Technologies from Castilla- La Mancha University and his Ph.D in 2014 at the same University. Last years, he has participated in several Healthcare projects in collaboration with other universities and companies. His research interests include Ubiquitous Computing, Smart Health, mHealth, Context Awareness, AAL, Frailty, Gait Analysis, Data Mining, Visualization and User Interaction.
Francisco Javier Navarro (Ph.D)
FcoJavier.Navarro [at] uclm [dot] es
Patricia Díaz-Hellín Patiño (Ph.D)
Patricia Díaz-Hellín Patiño obtained her Diploma in Human Nutrition and Dietetics, at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) in 2007. Later, in 2009 she obtained her Bachelor in Food Science and Technology at the same University. Her academic background has been completed by two Masters: Technology and quality Management and Food Safety (ESDEN business school, Madrid, 2011), Microbiology (UAM, 2012), and a Ph. D in Wine Yeasts Biotechnology. Last years, she has also participated in several projects. Her research interests also include Childhood obesity, Physical activity and Human Nutrition..
Inocente Sánchez Ciudad
inocente.sanchez [at] uclm [dot] es
Vladimir Villarreal Contreras (Ph.D)
vladimir.villarrea [at] utp.ac [dot] pa
Tania Mondéjar Palomares (M.Sc)
info [at] esmile [dot] es
Tania Mondéjar Palomares is psychologist specialized in Neuro-Psychology. She leads the e-Smile Clinical Center focused on psychology treatment of children and youth. Her research interests are related to Cognitive impairments, Autism and Asperger, Learning difficulties, Attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders (ADHD), etc.
Iván González Díaz (Computer Engineer)
ivan.gzdiaz [at] gmail [dot] com
Iván González Díaz graduated in Computer Engineering in 2012 at the Castilla-La Mancha University. He is now working on his PhD as a member of the Modeling Ambient Intelligence Research Group (MAmI) . His research interests are focused on respiratory diseases detection and management using analysis of voice parameters and speech recognition, and also focused on frailty detection in elderly people using mobile technologies and body-worn sensors.
Gabriel Urzaiz Lares (Ph. D)
Gabriel.urzaiz [at] anahuac [dot] mx
José Gabriel Urzaiz Lares is a professor at Anahuac Mayab University. He received his BSc degree in Computer Science at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in 1986, and his PhD degree in Advanced Computer Technologies at the Castilla-La Mancha University in 2012. His research interests include the design and development of heterogeneous and intelligent systems to enable ubiquitous communications and the creation of advanced services in intelligent environments.
Mª Esperanza Johnson Ruiz (PhD Candidate)
MEsperanza.Johnson [at] alu.uclm [dot] es
MEsperanza Johnson Ruiz is a Computer Engineering student at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. She is now working on her Final Degree Project in the Human-Avatar Interaction field and planning her Ph.D as a member of Modelling Ambient Intelligence Research Group (MAmI). Her research interests are focused on Human-Avatar Interaction, Avatar Design, Cognitive Pathologies, Emotion Awareness and Serious Games.
Carlos Gutierrez López de la Franca (PhD Candidate)
Carlos.Gutierrez5 [at] alu.uclm [dot] es
Carlos Gutiérrez López de la Franca is a Computer Engineering student at the University of Castilla-La Mancha. He is now working on his Final Engineering Project and planning his Ph.D as a member of MAmI Research Group (Modelling Ambient Intelligence). His research interests are related to Activity Recognition, Behaviour Recognition, Kinect, .NET Techonologies, Ubiquitous Computing, Context Awareness, Ambient Intelligence, Serious Games, Natural Interactions and Natural Interfaces.
Justyna Kidacka (Graduated in Spanish Filology, Political Sciences and European Studies)
justyna.kidacka [at] gmail [dot] com
Justyna Kidacka is graduated in Spanish Filology, Political Sciences and European Studies. Her research interests are related to effective use of Information Technologies for Collaborative Learning with a special interest in the area of second language learning.
Elitania Jiménez García (PhD Candidate)
ejimenez [at] uabc.edu [dot] mx
Elitania Jiménez García, in 2001 she received her M.S. degree in Computer Science from Ensenada Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education (CICESE). She is now working on her PhD as a member of the Modeling Ambient Intelligence Research Group (MAmI) . Her research interests are focused on Ubiquitous Computing, Mobile Sensors, Context Awareness and m-Health.
Gustavo López (PhD Candidate)
gustavo.lopez_h [at] ucr [dot] ac [dot] cr
Gustavo López is a computer scientist with an interest in Human-Computer Interaction, ubiquitous computing and software engineering. He is a PhD student at the Graduate Program in Computer Science and Informatics and a full-time researcher at Research Center for Communication and Information Technologies both at University of Costa Rica. His PhD Project is focused on notification delivery using Smart Devices and IoT platforms. Gustavo’s collaboration with MAmI is based on joint projects between MAmI research group and University of Costa Rica’s USer Interaction Group (USING).