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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Posts tagged "2005"

Supporting Quality of Privacy (QoP) in Pervasive Computing

Tentori, M., Favela, J., Gonzalez, V. y Rodriguez, M. (2005) “Supporting Quality of Privacy (QoP) in Pervasive Computing”. In Proceedings of ENC 2005, V. Estivilli-Castro and A. Sanchez (Eds.), IEEE computer society, Septiembre, 26-30, Puebla, Mexico, 58- 65pp, ISBN: 0-7695-2454-0

Designing for Privacy in Pervasive Hospital Environments

Tentori, M., Favela, J. y Gonzalez, V. (2005) “Designing for Privacy in Pervasive Hospital Environments” In Proceedings of UCAMI ’05, Thompson, Granada, Spain, Septiembre, 13-16, 27-35 pp. ISBN: 84-9732-442-0

Understanding mobile worker’s behaviors in a distributed information space: implications for the design of ubicomp technology

 Gonzalez, V., Tentori, M., Moran, E., Favela, J. y Martinez, A. (2005) “Understanding mobile worker’s behaviors in a distributed information space: implications for the design of ubicomp technology”. In Proceedings of the Latin American conference on Human-computer interaction (CLIHC 2005), ACM International Conference Proceeding Series; Vol. 124, October, 23-26, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 52-63 pp. ISBN: 1-59593-224-0 ...

Towards the Design of Privacy-Aware Computing: A Case Study in Hospital Work

Tentori, M., Favela, J., Gonzalez, V. y Rodríguez, M. (2005) “Towards the Design of Privacy-Aware Computing: A Case Study in Hospital Work”. Workshop on UbiComp Privacy: Privacy in context, Ubicomp 2005, Tokyo, Japan, September, 11-14
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