Xavier Alamán is a Professor in the Computer Engineering Department of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the Laboratory’s Principal Investigator. His research interests cover Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligences, but also Virtual Worlds and Virtual/Mixed Reality.
Germán Montoro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). His research interests are assistive technologies and human computer interaction; focusing on how technology can help people with special needs in their everyday life. He is also Delegate of the President for education technologies and Program manager for edX MOOCs at UAM.
Javier Gomez is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). His current research focuses on assessing how new and mobile technologies can provide assistance to people with cognitive disabilities in their daily lives. He is the project leader of Leo con Lula and Assist.
Juan Carlos Torrado is a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Computer Engineering of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). At the same time, he is developing his PhD. Thesis related to Affective Computing and emotions detection for people with ASD. He is the technical leader of Taimun-Watch.
Lucía Rodríguez is finishing her studies in Computer Engineering at Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM). She is currently developing her BSc. Thesis related to data-visualization for affective computing. Her interest are focused on data visualization and mobile sensing.
Marta Valls is developing her BSc. Thesis related to Ambient Assisted Living and fall detection. Her interests are focused on mobile sensing and machine learning.
Miguel Ángel Serrano is developing his MSc. Thesis on IoT applied for daily life assistance of people with disabilities.
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