Lizbeth Escobedo, Ph.D.,Post-doctoral scholar (see more about lizbeth …)
e: lescobedo[at]uabc[dot]edu[dot]mx
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Research interests: Ubicomp, HCI, Medical informatics, Assisted cognition, CSCW

Recent publications

  • Tentori, M., Escobedo, L., Hernandez, C., Matic, A., Hayes, G. R., (2016) Pervasive displays in classrooms of children with severe autism, IEEE Pervasive Computing, ISSN: 1536-1268

  • Tentori, M., Escobedo, L., Balderas, G. (2015) A Smart Environment for Children with Autism. IEEE Pervasive Computing 4(2):42-50

  • Cibrian, F. L., Ortega, D. H., Escobedo, L., Tentori, M., Reflections from a long-term deployment study to design novel interactive surfaces for children with autism, In Proc. of UCAMI, Springer-Verlag,  Puerto Vara, Chile, December 1-6, 2015

  • 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

  • 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. October 30, 31, November 1st.

  • 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

  • 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


  • Quintana, E., Ibarra, C., Escobedo, L., Tentori, M. and Favela, J. (2012) “Object and gesture recognition to assist children with autism during the discrimination training”, CIARP ’12, Buenos Aires, Argentina

  • Escobedo, L., Nguyen, D., Boyd, L., Hirano, S., Rangel, A., García, D., Tentori, M., Hayes, G. R. (2012) MOSOCO: A Mobile Assistive Tool to Support Children with Autism Practicing Social Skills in Real-Life Situations, CHI’12, Austin, Texas, May 5-10, 2012

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

Recent projects

MobIS
ANS Client
private webpage: 
Autism is associated with impairments of attention, memory and information processing. For children with autism impairments there is difficult to remember and identify real objects. Teachers prompt children with autism to redirect their attention to the object discrimination tra …
MOSOCO
MOSOCO2
Autism is characterized by social skills impairments. Children with autism exhibit problems when initiating and terminating interactions, learning the interests of others, and joining social groups. Direct instructions for skill acquisition are an effective way to teach them social skills, helping to cope with these social challenges.
 

Recent news

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 …
4th workshop uniting the Californias
WUC4-group-photoLast 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

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