FroggyBobby – Exergames improve visual-motor coordination of children with ASD using techniques from motor development techniques

About 80% of children with autism have deficits in visual-motor integration skills. Visual-motor integration is defined as the degree to which visual perception and body movements, including the movements of arms and legs, are well coordinated. The deficits in visual-motor integration could minimize children with autism´s opportunities to participate in team sports and limit their […]

Judith Ley

Judith Ley-Flores is a Mexican PhD student at Universidad Carlos III Madrid doing her dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Ana Tajadura She received her MSc. in Computer Science from the Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education (CICESE) in Mexico. Shje worked under the supervision of Dr. Monica Tentori.

Interactive sonification of movement trajectories during motor therapies

Interactive sonification is an effective tool used to guide individuals when practicing movements. Little research has explore the affordances of continous and discrete sound structures in supporting motor therapeutic interventions for children with autism who exhibit motor impairments. The goal of this research is to study if children with autism understand the use of such […]

Bolita – An inclusive voice assistant to support language therapy

Voice Assistants have shifted the way we communicate with ubiquitous services by enabling the use of natural language communication and the analysis of acoustic and linguistic language patterns. Speech skills of children are not yet fully developed; therefore, most conversational agents frequently misunderstand them. Bolita (i.e., “little ball” in Spanish), is a bilingual conversational agent that […]

Hi, I’m Arturo Morales! I am a PhD. student in computer science at ITSON.

I am currently a PhD student at the Instituto Tecnológico de Sonora (ITSON), my master’s degree is from the Centro de Investigación Científica y de Estudios Superiores de Ensenada (CICESE) and I have a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla (BUAP). My research interests include human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing, […]

Hi, I’m Ivonne Monarca! A Mexican Ph.D. student at CICESE

Ivonne Monarca, is currently working toward the Ph.D. degree with the Computer Science Department,CICESE. Her research interests include HCI, Ubicomp, assistive technology, pervasive healthcare, and machine learning. I have a background in Computer Science, I have experience in human-computer interaction and interaction design, with a specific focus on interactive surfaces, voice assistants, and haptic interfaces. My research […]

Hi, I’m Coni Valdez! Currently I’m a PhD Student at CICESE

Concepción Valdez, is a currently first year Ph.D. student at Computer Science Department, CICESE. Her research interests include HCI, Ubicomp, Body Perception, Interactive sonification, and Auditory Interfaces. I have a background in Software Engineering and Computer Science, in the area of Human-Computer Interaction Design and Mobile Computing. With a specific focus on Auditory Interfaces. My […]

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