Miguel Angel Ylizaliturri Salcedo, M.Sc. Student (see more about miguel …)
e: miguel.ylizaliturii[at]gmail[dot]com
w:  estudiantes.cicese.mx/~mylizali
Research interests: participatory sensing, urban informatics
I’m studying in the graduate program in Computers Sciences at Centro de Investigación Científica y de Educación Superior de Ensenada (CICESE), in Ensenada, Baja California. I got a BSc degree (Computer Engineering) from the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosí (UASLP), where I’ve worked as Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Engineering (teaching subjects related with Computers Architecture, Programming Languages and Artificial Inteligence). I’ve been also head of the Informatics Department of the Institute of Evaluation and Advanced Engineering (IEIA) where I’ve been responsible for test scoring and development of software for online testing and item banking. I’m member of the International Consortium for Researchers and Specialists in Education and Evaluation (Increase2).My interests includes human-computer interaction, ubiquitous and pervasive computing, logic programming, embeded systems, educational technologies, and also assesment of complex competences.In other hand, like any other human I have some hobbies: I love to watch films (specially art cinema), ride my bike when the day it’s sunny, to lift weight at the gym (but it doesn’t seem working as I am getting slimmer every day), hearing music (indie and all that things served with a double dosis of hipster and maple syrup, mixed with some chocolate chips). Self declared Geek in progress, curious to die, I like to hack things.

Recent publications

  • Ylizarriturri, M., Garcia-Macias, J., Tentori, M.  Detecting Aggressive Driving Behavior with the  Driving Habits System, In Proc. of UCAMI, Springer-Verlag,  Puerto Vara, Chile, December 1-6, 2015

  • 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

Recent projects

Participatory Sensing for Improving Urban Mobility
mig1As the world population is becoming predominantly urban, is of particular interest for authorities and planners to measure the pulse of the cities, because it allows to propose regulations, politics and solutions to problems with a deep economic, environmental, and public health impact in the domain of the urban mobility.

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