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
This website was updated on July 2016
Publications

“Things that think” for the cognitive skills training of students with autism.

Ibarra, C. y Tentori, M. “Things that think” for the cognitive skills training of students with autism. Workshop on Evaluation, interfaces and education, de CHI ’12, Autisn, Texas

Paper accepted to a workshop at PervasiveHeatlh 2012!

Cornejo, R., Hernández, D., Favela, J. and Tentori, M (2012) “Persuading older adults to socialize and exercise trough ambient games” In Workshop of Wellness and HCI, PervasiveHealth 2012, San Diego California, May 21-24, 2012

Ambient awareness to connect older adults with their families

Cornejo, R., Favela, J. y Tentori, M.  (in press) “Ambient awareness to connect older adults with their families”, JCSCW

An agent-based middleware for the design of activity-aware applications

Tentori, M., Rodriguez, M. D. y Favela, J. (2011) “An agent-based middleware for the design of activity-aware applications” IEEE Intelligent Systems, ISSN 1541-1672, F.I. 1.438, 26(3):15-23

An agent-based Architecture for Developing Activity-Aware Systems for Assisting Elderly

García-Vázquez, J.P., Rodríguez, M.D., Tentori, M., Saldaña, D. E., Andrade, A. G., Espinoza, A.D. (2010) “An agent-based Architecture for Developing Activity-Aware Systems for Assisting Elderly” Journal of Universal Computer Science (JUCS), 16(12):1500-1520

Ecological validity and pervasiveness in the evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies for healthcare

Favela, J., Tentori, M. y Gonzalez, V. M. (2010) “Ecological validity and pervasiveness in the evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies for healthcare”. International Journal of Human Computer Interaction (IJHCI), 26(5):414-44pp. ISSN: 1532-7590 (electronic) 1044-7318 (paper)

Assisting support groups of patients with chronic diseases through persuasive computing

Gasca, E., Tentori, M. y Favela, J. (2009) “Assisting support groups of patients with chronic diseases through persuasive computing”. Journal of Universal Computer Science On Collaborative Technology and Environments, 15(16): 3081-3100pp. ISSN 0948-695X

Adaptive awareness of hospital patient information through multiple sentient displays

Favela, J., Tentori, M., Segura, D. y Berzunza, G. (2009) “Adaptive awareness of hospital patient information through multiple sentient displays”. International Journal of Ambient Computing and Intelligence, 1(1):27-38pp. ISSN 1941-8647

Collaboration and coordination in hospital work through Activity-aware Computing

Tentori, M. y Favela, J. (2008) “Collaboration and coordination in hospital work through Activity-aware Computing”. International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems (IJCIS), 17(4):1-30pp. ISSN 0218-8430, F.I. 1.371

Activity-aware computing in healthcare

Tentori, M. y Favela, J. (2008) “Activity-aware computing in healthcare’ IEEE Pervasive Computing”, 7(2):51-57pp., ISSN 1536-1268, F.I. 2.293

Activity recognition for the Smart Hospital

Sanchez, D., Favela, J. y Tentori, M. (2008) “Activity recognition for the Smart Hospital” IEEE Intelligent Systems, 23(2):50-57pp. ISSN 1541-1672, F.I. 1.905

On the Move Collaborative Environments: Augmenting Face to Face Informal Collaboration in Hospitals

Mejia, M., Moran, L., Favela, J. y Tentori, M. (2007) “On the Move Collaborative Environments: Augmenting Face to Face Informal Collaboration in Hospitals”. e-Service Journal (eSJ), 6(1):98-124pp, ISSN 1528-8226
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