Monica Tentori

I am an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, CICESE, Mexico. My research interests are in human-computer interaction, ubiquitous computing and pervasive healthcare. Email me at mtentori[at]gmail[dot]com or call me at +52 (646) 175 0500 ext. 23417
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Congratulations Efrain, M.Sc.!

Congratulations Efrain, M.Sc.!

One day before my husband’s birthday (11-29-13) Efrain Rincón successfully defended his master dissertation entitled: “Context-aware Computing for the selective archiving of infant crying”.  Efrain wore a black suit and green tie for the event while I was in white (see pic). The day started pretty early and cold, as Efrain’s dissertation was scheduled at...

Congratulations Liz!

Escobedo, L.,  Tentori, M., Quintana, E., Favela, J., Garcia-Rosas, D. (in press) “Integrating the physical and the digital world to increase the attention of children with autism”. To appear in IEEE Pervasive Computing
Congratulations Monica Tentori for receiving the prestigious Microsoft Faculty Fellowship!

Congratulations Monica Tentori for receiving the prestigious Microsoft Faculty Fellowship!

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/msr_er/archive/2013/06/11/microsoft-research-gives-promising-computer-science-faculty-a-boost.aspx

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Our paper to International Journal of Human-Computer Studies got accepted! Special congratulations to Ray!

Cornejo, R., Tentori, M., and Favela, J. (in press) “Enriching in-person encounters through social media: A study on family connectedness for the elderly”. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies
4th workshop uniting the Californias

4th workshop uniting the Californias

Last week (Friday 8 3/13 and Saturday 9 3/13) I attended to the 4th workshop uniting the Californias hosted by the STAR group at UC Irvine This workshop born with the idea of bringing together groups of scientists, who are desirable close geographically, and working from a variety of disciplines all focused on interactive and ubiquitous...

Our paper to Personal and Ubiquitous Computing got accepted! Special congratulations to Liz & Cathy!

Escobedo, L., Ibarra, C., Hernandez, J., Alvelais, M., and Tentori, M. (in press) “Smart objects to support the discrimination training of children with autism” Personal and Ubiquitous Computing
Innovative technologies for Autism

Innovative technologies for Autism

Last friday (January 25, 2013) I (my former PhD student Lizbeth Escobedo) was invited by the company EdNinja  to participate in the First International Conference: The Autism Spectrum. A Different Perspective  hosted by EDUKE a neurodevelopment Center and autism researchers from Mexico, Spain, USA and Perú. Edninja is a company in Tijuana, BC, Mexico that creates mobile...
Congratulations Cathy, M.Sc.!

Congratulations Cathy, M.Sc.!

Today (12-12-12) Cathy successfully defended her master dissertation entitled: “Augmented Objects to support the discrimination training of children with autism” Cathy wore her hair up in a ponytail and an elegant gray suit with awesome black pumps looking formal and beautiful. The day started a little bit shaky as to begin with I could not get...
Autism Technology Showcase

Autism Technology Showcase

Last weekend (December 8, 2012) we were invited to participate in the first Autism Technology Showcase hosted by the UC Irvine Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, and For OC Kids Neurodevelopmental Center. This Showcase aim to bring together researchers, practitioners, students, teachers and families devoted to support individuals with autism. For around...
Karina Caro

Karina Caro

Karina Caro, Ph.D. Student (see more about karina ...) e: karicaro[at]cicese[dot]edu[dot]mx Browse publications of Karina Caro Research interests: Ubicomp, HCI, Children, Games Recent publications Recent projects Recent news

Our paper to SOFTec at Ubicomp got accepted! Special congratulations to Raymundo!

Cornejo, R., Tentori, M., and Favela, J. (2012) Enriching family personal encounters with ambient social media. SOFTec Workshop at Ubicomp 2012, September 5-8, 2012, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
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