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
Progress

Demo paper accepted to Ubicomp 2014!

Linney, C., Martinez-Garcia, A., and Tentori, M. (2014) Hunting Relics: A collaborative exergame on an interactive floor for children, ACM EA in Ubicomp 2014. Seattle, WA. September 13-17

Paper accepted to IMFAR 2014!

Ringland, K., Zalapa, R., Hayes, G. R., Tentori, M. (2014) SensoryPaint: An Interactive Surface Supporting Sensory Integration in Children with Neurodevelopmental Disorders, IMFAR 2014, Atlanta, Georgia, May 14-17, 2014

Congratulations to Karina!

Caro, K., Cibrian, F. L., Escobedo, L., Ramirez, C., Martínez-García, A. I. and Tentori, M., (2013) “Diseño de un videojuego serio basado en movimiento para niños con el Trastorno del Desarrollo de la Coordinación”. Taller de Computación Clínica e Informática Médica, CCIM 2013 en ENC 2013, Mexican International Conference on Computer Science. Morelia, Michoacán, México....

Congratulations Miguel!

Ylizaliturri-Salcedo, M., Delgadillo-Rodríguez, S., García-Macías, J., Tentori, M., (2013) “Participatory Sensing for Improving Urban Mobility”, 1st Workshop on Urban Applications and Infrastructure, in extended abstracts of UCAmi ’13. The 7th international conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence. December 1-6, 2013. Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Springer

Congratulations to Karina Caro!

Caro, K. (2013). “Exergames for Children with Motor Skills Problems”. The 15th ACM SIGACCESS International Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2013). Bellevue, Washington, USA. October 20-23.

Our paper to workshop on ubiquitous games at CHItaly was accepted! Special congratulations to Karina Caro!

Caro, K., Cibrian, F. L., Escobedo, L., Ramirez, C., Martínez-García, A. I. and Tentori, M., (2013) “Froggy Bobby: An Exergame for Children with Motor Skills Problems”. Workshop on “Ubiquitous games and gamification for promoting behavior change and wellbeing”. 10th edition of CHI Italy. Trento, Italy. September 16

“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

CARe: An Ontology for Representing Context of Activity-Aware Healthcare Environments

Rodriguez, M. D., Tentori, M., Favela, J., Saldania, D., Garcia, J. P. (2011) CARe: An Ontology for Representing Context of Activity-Aware Healthcare Environments, Workshop on Activity Recognition and Representation, AAAI ’01, San Francisco, CA

Perceived Adoption of the Mobile Social Copass

Tentori, M., Boyd, L., Nguyen, D., Roxas, W. and Hayes, G. R. (2011) “Perceived Adoption of the Mobile Social Copass”, IMFAR, San Diego, May 12-14

Blueʼs Clues: An Augmented Reality Positioning System

Escobedo, L. y Tentori, M. (2010) Blueʼs Clues: An Augmented Reality Positioning System, Workshop on Child Computer Interaction, CHI ’10, Vancouver, CA.

A Mobile Social Compass

Tentori, M., Boyd, L. and Hayes, G. R. (2010) “A Mobile Social Compass”, IMFAR, Philadelphia, April 20-21
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