• Modelling Ambient Intelligence

    Research group on computational health, wellbeing and education at the University of Castilla - La Mancha (Spain)

  • MAmIoT

    Research section focused on Internet of things applied to intelligent environments

  • WeCareLab

    Multigroup Reseach Laboratory focused on Health

  • UCAmI 2024

    16th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI 2024)

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Mobile Health

Mobile Computing

Mobile and ubiquitous technologies (smartphones, IoT, tablets, wereables, NFC, etc.) to support wellbeing and adapted services on intelligent environments

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Serious Games

Health Games & Gamification

Serious video games and gamification-based solutions for health purposes. Physiological measures to evaluate & improve cognitive/physical skills.

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Assistive Robot

Assistive Technologies

ITCs solutions for people with special needs and older adults through environmental sensors/actuators and mobile-based solutions for active and quality life.

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Health Monitoring

Health Monitoring

Solutions for efficiently monitoring vital signs and supporting chronic diseases, rehabilitation and frailty aspects by means of user-center approaches.

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Lastest Projects and Publications

SHARA3: Holistic Care System based on Affective and proactive Robots for Older Adults

This project aims, from an applied research perspective, to contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of older adults at home through assistants based on proactive and affective robotic platforms, and the study of their intervention for autonomous decision making, and by specialists, according to the needs of the user and their environment. This way we follow a holistic approach, where the assistance to older adults can be seen as a whole, and not as a union of isolated assistive functionalities.

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Mobile-computing-based Multitasking for Mild cognitive impairment Monitoring and early Screening (M4S)

This project aims to study the impact of the cognitive condition on the interaction and use of smartphones in order to support the early diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment. User Behavior and Interaction Patterns (called BIPs) will be studied as part of dual tasks in which the user is, in this case, walking (including gait analysis) and using the smartphone at the same time.

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Distributed mobile CEP for collaborative social computing

Alejandro Pérez-Vereda, Carlos Canal, Ramón Hervás

Analysis of Mobile Device Dual Tasking on the Move: Normal Cognitive Decline of Aging as Ground Truth for Mild Cognitive Impairment

Ramón Hervás, Alfonso Barragán, Luis Cabañero, Laura Villa, Tania Mondéjar

Analysis of Dual-Tasking Effect on Gait Variability While Interacting with Mobile Devices

David Carneros-Prado, Cosmin C. Dobrescu, Iván González, Jesús Fontecha, Esperanza Johnson, Ramón Hervás

Use and Trends of Diabetes Self-Management Technologies: A Correlation-Based Study.

Jesús Fontecha, Iván González, Alfonso Barragán, Theodore Lim
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