Diaz Boladeras, Marta
Total activity: 139
Professional category
University lecturer
Doctoral courses
Administración y dirección de empresas
University degree
Licenciatura en Derecho
Licenciatura en Psicología
Postgraduated qualification
Máster en Prevención de Riesgos Laborales
Research group
CETpD-UPC -Tech. Research Cen.for Dependency Care and Autonom Liviving
GREC - Knowledge Engineering Research Group
Department
Department of Business Administration
School
Vilanova i la Geltrú School of Engineering (EPSEVG)
E-mail
marta.diazupc.edu
Contact details
UPC directory Open in new window

Graphic summary
  • Show / hide key
  • Information


Scientific and technological production
  •  

1 to 50 of 139 results
  • Access to the full text
    Human centred design considerations for connected health devices for the older adult  Open access

     Harte, Richard P.; Glynn, Liam G.; Broderick, Barry J.; Rodríguez Molinero, Alejandro; Baker, Paul M. A.; McGuiness, Bernadette; O'Sullivan, Leonard; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Quinlan, Leo R.; ÓLaighin, Gearóid
    Journal of Personalized Medicine
    Date of publication: 2014-06-04
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    Connected health devices are generally designed for unsupervised use, by non-healthcare professionals, facilitating independent control of the individuals own healthcare. Older adults are major users of such devices and are a population significantly increasing in size. This group presents challenges due to the wide spectrum of capabilities and attitudes towards technology. The fit between capabilities of the user and demands of the device can be optimised in a process called Human Centred Design. Here we review examples of some connected health devices chosen by random selection, assess older adult known capabilities and attitudes and finally make analytical recommendations for design approaches and design specifications.

    Connected health devices are generally designed for unsupervised use, by non-healthcare professionals, facilitating independent control of the individuals own healthcare. Older adults are major users of such devices and are a population significantly increasing in size. This group presents challenges due to the wide spectrum of capabilities and attitudes towards technology. The fit between capabilities of the user and demands of the device can be optimised in a process called Human Centred Design. Here we review examples of some connected health devices chosen by random selection, assess older adult known capabilities and attitudes and finally make analytical recommendations for design approaches and design specifications.

  • Access to the full text
    A week-long study on Robot-Visitors Spatial Relationships during Guidance in a Sciences Museum  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Paillacho, Dennys; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Torres, Oriol; González, Jonathan; Albo Canals, Jordi
    ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
    Presentation's date: 2014-03
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    In order to observe spatial relationships in social human-robot interactions, a eld trial was carried out within the CosmoCaixa Science Museum in Barcelona. The follow me episodes studied showed that the space congurations formed by guide and visitors walking together did not always tthe robot social affordances and navigation requirements to perform the guidance successfully, thus additional communication prompts are considered to regulate effectively the walking together and follow me behaviors.

    In order to observe spatial relationships in social human-robot interactions, a eld trial was carried out within the CosmoCaixa Science Museum in Barcelona. The follow me episodes studied showed that the space con gurations formed by guide and visitors walking together did not always tthe robot social affordances and navigation requirements to perform the guidance successfully, thus additional communication prompts are considered to regulate effectively the walking together and follow me behaviors.

  • Experience the world with archetypal symbols: a new form of esthetics.

     Chang, Huang-ming; Ivonin, Leonid; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Chen, Wei; Rauterberg, Mattias
    Lecture notes in computer science
    Date of publication: 2013-03-01
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    According to the theories of symbolic interactionism, phenomenology of perception and archetypes, we argue that symbols play the key role in translating the information from the physical world to the human experience, and archetypes are the universal knowledge of cognition that generates the background of human experience (the life-world). Therefore, we propose a conceptual framework that depicts how people experience the world with symbols, and how archetypes relate the deepest level of human experience. This framework indicates a new direction of research on memory and emotion, and also suggests that archetypal symbolism can be a new resource of aesthetic experience desig

    According to the theories of symbolic interactionism, phenomenology of perception and archetypes, we argue that symbols play the key role in translating the information from the physical world to the human experience, and archetypes are the universal knowledge of cognition that generates the background of human experience (the life-world). Therefore, we propose a conceptual framework that depicts how people experience the world with symbols, and how archetypes relate the deepest level of human experience. This framework indicates a new direction of research on memory and emotion, and also suggests that archetypal symbolism can be a new resource of aesthetic experience design.

  • Access to the full text
    From mythology to psychology: Identifying archetypal symbols in movies  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Chen, Wei; Rauterberg, Mattias; Ivonin, Leonid; Huang-Ming, Chang
    Technoetic arts: a journal of speculative research
    Date of publication: 2013-09-06
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    In this article, we introduce the theory of archetype, which explains the connection between ancient myths and the human mind. Based on the assumption that archetypes are in the deepest level of human mind, we propose that archetypal symbolism is a kind of knowledge that supports the cognitive process for creating subjective world-view towards the physical world we live in. According to archetypal symbolism, we conducted an empirical study to identify archetypal symbols in modern movies. A new collection of movie clips was developed to represent eight essential archetypes: anima, animus, mentor, mother, shadow, hero¿s departure, hero¿s initiation and hero¿s return, which can be used in future studies on human emotion. In order to investigate the emotions towards these archetypal symbols, we provide suggestions from the psychological point of view. The present study demonstrates how to identify symbolic meanings in movies, and indicates a new direction for future studies in psychology.

    In this article, we introduce the theory of archetype, which explains the connection between ancient myths and the human mind. Based on the assumption that archetypes are in the deepest level of human mind, we propose that archetypal symbolism is a kind of knowledge that supports the cognitive process for creating subjective world-view towards the physical world we live in. According to archetypal symbolism, we conducted an empirical study to identify archetypal symbols in modern movies. A new collection of movie clips was developed to represent eight essential archetypes: anima, animus, mentor, mother, shadow, hero’s departure, hero’s initiation and hero’s return, which can be used in future studies on human emotion. In order to investigate the emotions towards these archetypal symbols, we provide suggestions from the psychological point of view. The present study demonstrates how to identify symbolic meanings in movies, and indicates a new direction for future studies in psychology.

  • Access to the full text
    What do we feel about archetypes: self-reports and physiological signals  Open access

     Chang, Huang-ming; Ivonin, Leonid; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Chen, Wei; Rauterberg, Mattias
    European Signal Processing Conference
    Presentation's date: 2013-09-10
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    In research on emotion, presenting affective stimuli has been believed to be an effective and reliable technique for emotion elicitation. Instead of collecting stimuli for pre- defined emotions, we propose to develop stimuli based on their symbolic meanings. We adopted archetypal symbolism as a standard to edit eight movie clips of archetypes as a new set of affective stimuli. These stimuli were used in an experiment for emotion elicitation. Participants¿ emotional responses toward these stimuli of archetypes were measured by the self-report technique and the physiological measurement. The results of linear discriminant analysis show that physiological measurement is more robust than the self-report techniques in recognizing emotions toward stimuli of archetypes. However, it is still unclear which technique reflects the ground truth of human emotion. We discuss alternative implications of these results, and provide more research questions for future studies on emotion recognition and model development.

    In research on emotion, presenting affective stimuli has been believed to be an effective and reliable technique for emotion elicitation. Instead of collecting stimuli for predefined emotions, we propose to develop stimuli based on their symbolic meanings. We adopted archetypal symbolism as a standard to edit eight movie clips of archetypes as a new set of affective stimuli. These stimuli were used in an experiment for emotion elicitation. Participants’ emotional responses toward these stimuli of archetypes were measured by the self-report technique and the physiological measurement. The results of linear discriminant analysis show that physiological measurement is more robust than the self-report techniques in recognizing emotions toward stimuli of archetypes. However, it is still unclear which technique reflects the ground truth of human emotion. We discuss alternative implications of these results, and provide more research questions for future studies on emotion recognition and model development.

  • Access to the full text
    Emotional factors in robot-based assistive services for elderly at home  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Saez Pons, Joan; Heerink, Marcel; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication
    Presentation's date: 2013-08-29
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    Emotional factors related to aging at home assistive technology are known to affect technology acceptance, effective use, and quality of life improvement. This paper is a survey on the affective dimension of robot-based systems conceived for helping elderly at home. The specificity of elders¿capabilities (e.g. sensory and cognitive), coping styles, aspirations, lifestyles, social rules and preferences are facedwith available knowledge from the fields of social psychology, sociology and gerontology. In the case of social robots,convenient verbal and non-verbal communication and motion behavior (e.g. social distance, space formations) are to be designed according to generational and cultural rules. Moreover, robot behavior should be congruent with its role (i.e. helper, companion) and affordances.

    Emotional factors related to aging at home assistive technology are known to affect technology are known to affect technology acceptance effective use, and quality of life improvement. This paper is a survey on the affective dimension of robot-based systems conceived for helping elderly at home. the specificity of elders' capabilities (e.g. sensory and cognitive), coping styles, aspirations, lifestyles, social rules and preferences are faced with available knowledge from the fields of social psychology, sociology and gerontology. In the case of social robots, convenient verbal and non-verbal communication and motion behavior (e.g. social distance, space formations) are to be designed according to generational and cultural rules. Moreover, robot behavior should be congruent with its role (i.e. helper, companion) and affordances.

  • Do we know enough about the factors of the TAM model to predict the information system¿s acceptance?

     Cano Giner, Josep Lluis; Fernández Alarcón, Vicenç; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Science
    Presentation's date: 2013-08-21
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The acquisition and use of information are key factors in successful executive performance. Recently, EIS have been analyzed through the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with significant results. In order to answer the research question "Is additional qualitative research needed to find more valuable information about the factors of the TAM model?", we developed a deep literature review from three different perspectives and interviews to experts on EIS. The results suggested that more qualitative research is necessary to uncover more valuable information about the factors.

    The acquisition and use of information are key factors in successful executive performance. Recently, EIS have been analyzed through the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with significant results. In order to answer the research question "Is additional qualitative research needed to find more valuable information about the factors of the TAM model?", we developed a deep literature review from three different perspectives and interviews to experts on EIS. The results suggested that more qualitative research is necessary to uncover more valuable information about the factors.

  • Comparing two LEGO Robotics-Based Interventions for Social Skills Training with Children with ASD

     Albo Canals, Jordi; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication
    Presentation's date: 2013-08-28
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    This paper presents an analysis of two comparable studies with LEGO Robotics-based activities in a social skills training program for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). One study has been carried out with a group of 16 children in the Unit of Pediatrics Psychology and Psychiatry in HSJD in Barcelona , Spain and the other with a group of 17 children at the Center for Education and Engineering Outreach (Tufts U.) in Boston, USA. The aim of this comparison is discuss lessons learnt and develop empirical based guidelines for intervention design.

    This paper presents an analysis of two comparable studies with LEGO Robotics-based activities in a social skills training program for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). One study has been carried out with a group of 16 children in the Unit of Pediatrics Psychology and Psychiatry in HSJD in Barcelona , Spain and the other with a group of 17 children at the Center for Education and Engineering Outreach (Tufts U.) in Boston, USA. The aim of this comparison is discuss lessons learnt and develop empirical based guidelines for intervention design.

  • What groups of factors do senior executives believe affect their use of executive information systems?  Open access

     Cano Giner, Josep Lluis
    Defense's date: 2013-02-18
    Department of Business Administration, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
    Theses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    En un entorno altamente competitivo y turbulento, los ejecutivos necesitan formas más eficientes para analizar sus empresas, los mercados y la competencia. El objetivo es ayudarles para que sus organizaciones sean más competitivas y, en consecuencia, logren sobrevivir a los cambios que se están produciendo a su alrededor. Los sistemas de información ejecutivos (EIS) pueden ayudar a los directivos a acceder a aquellos datos internos y externos que necesitan para poder tomar las decisiones más adecuadas y alcanzar los objetivos de sus organizaciones. Necesitamos saber cuáles son los factores que, en opinión de los directivos sénior, afectan el uso de los sistemas de información ejecutivos, pues estos, como cualquier otro tipo de software, se han diseñado para ser utilizados directamente por sus destinatarios finales, en este caso, los directivos sénior.El objetivo de esta tesis es descubrir qué factores consideran los directivos sénior que les afectan en su uso de los EIS; comparar los factores que ellos proponen con los que se mencionan en otros estudios a fin de determinar su importancia, y agrupar los factores que afectan o que pueden afectar a los directivos sénior. La metodología que se propone para agrupar todos estos factores es el mapeo de conceptos (concept mapping).La presente tesis se estructura en cinco secciones, además de la introducción y la discusión sobre sus motivaciones: el marco conceptual, la metodología de investigación, el análisis y las conclusiones, la reflexión y la discusión, las referencias y los anexos. Dentro del marco conceptual, en la sección I se define a los directivos sénior, los EIS y el Modelo de Aceptación de Tecnología.La primera pregunta de investigación era ¿Es necesario realizar más investigaciones cualitativas para obtener información más valiosa sobre dichos factores? Puedo confirmar que es necesario realizar más investigación cualitativa para recabar información más valiosa sobre los factores (presentados en la sección 5.I). Obtuvimos 15 factores de las entrevistas iniciales y 79 factores de la revisión de la literatura. Sin embargo, los directivos sénior puntuaron más los 15 factores iniciales obtenidos de las entrevistas que los demás factores.La segunda pregunta de investigación era: ¿Qué grupos de factores consideran los directivos sénior que afectan el uso que hacen de los sistemas de información ejecutivos? Analizando los resultados del estudio realizado con MDS y análisis de clústeres, en la sección 5.II presentamos doce grupos de factores.La tercera pregunta de investigación era: ¿Qué importancia tienen estos factores para los directivos sénior? Detallamos la lista de clústeres, ordenados en función de su importancia media, así como la puntuación media obtenida.La principal contribución científica de esta tesis es haber completado una pequeña parte de la investigación sobre una de las teorías de TI más testeadas y estudiadas: la TAM. Esta tesis demuestra la importancia de la investigación cualitativa para estudiar un tipo específico de TI y un tipo específico de usuario antes de llevar a cabo una investigación cuantitativa.La principal contribución metodológica es que no es nada fácil realizar una investigación con directivos ejecutivos, si bien, como se pone de manifiesto en esta tesis, la metodología del mapeo de conceptos puede ayudar a facilitar el proceso. En esta tesis, se detallan otras contribuciones científicas y metodológicas.En mi opinión, mi modesta aportación consiste en proporcionar a los directivos sénior proyectos de EIS que entiendan su realidad y sus necesidades más y mejor, así como ofrecer a los investigadores nuevas oportunidades de investigación -en concreto , animo a otros investigadores a estudiar la importancia de los estudios cualitativos previos, aplicados a otros tipos de usuarios y sistemas. Otra posibilidad de investigación es utilizar mapas conceptuales para desarrollar proyectos de implementación y comparar el éxito de dichos proyectos.

    In a highly competitive and turbulent environment, executives need more efficient ways to analyze their companies, markets and competitors. The aim is to help their organizations become more competitive and, as a result, survive the changes taking place around them. Executive Information Systems (EIS) can help executives access the internal and external data they need to be able to make the right decisions and achieve their organizations' objectives. We need to know the factors what senior executives believe affect their use of executive information systems because EIS, like any other software, are designed to be used directly by users, in this case, senior executives. The objective of this thesis is to uncover which factors senior executives feel affect their use of EIS, compare the factors they propose to those mentioned in other studies to determine their importance, and group the factors which affect or may affect senior executives. The methodology proposed to group these factors together is Concept Mapping. The structure of this thesis is divided into five main sections after the introduction and the discussion on motivations: the conceptual framework, research methodology, analysis and findings, reflection and discussion, references, and annexes. In the conceptual framework section I define senior executives, EIS and Technology Acceptance Model. The first research question was: Is additional qualitative research needed to find more valuable information about the factors? I can confirm that more qualitative research is necessary to uncover more valuable information about the factors (as presented in section 5.i. above). I extracted 15 factors from the initial interviews and 79 factors from the literature review. However, senior executives rated the 15 initial factors taken from interviews higher than the rest of factors. The second research question was: What groups of factors do senior executives believe affect their use of executive information systems? Examining the results of the survey with MDS and cluster analysis, I have presented twelve groups of factors in section 5.ii. The third research question was: How important are these groups of factors for senior executives? I detail the list of clusters ordered by their average ranking in terms of importance and the average score received. The main scientific contribution of this thesis is having completed one small part of research on one of the most tested and studied theories in IT: TAM. This thesis demonstrates the importance that qualitative research has in terms of studying one type of IT and one type of user before carrying out quantitative research. The main methodological contribution is that it is not easy to do research with senior executives, but, as this thesis shows, the Concept Mapping methodology can help facilitate this process. There are other scientific and methodological contributions detailed in the thesis. This is, I believe, my modest contribution to offering senior executives EIS projects which understand them and their needs more and better while also providing researchers new opportunities for research and I would encourage other researchers to study the importance of previous qualitative studies applied to other kinds of users and systems. Another opportunity for research is to use concept maps to develop implementation projects and compare the success of those projects with other projects which didn't use the concept map as a tool to define the project itself

  • TRATAMIENTO DEL DOLOR Y LA ANSIEDAD BASADO EN LA INTERACCION DE ROBOTS SOCIALES CON

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Access to the full text
    A field study with primary school children on perception of social presence and interactive behavior with a pet robot  Open access

     Heerink, Marcel; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Albo Canals, Jordi; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Barco, Alex; Casacuberta Bagó, Judit; Garriga Berga, Carles
    IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive Communication
    Presentation's date: 2012-09-13
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    This paper presents a study on measuring (1) how children experience a pet robot, (2) how they play with it and (3) how children’s perceptions on and interaction with pet robots are interrelated. The study features different types of subjective and objective techniques to assess the degree of perceived social entity from self-reports (i.e. questionnaires) and observed behavior. Three short questionnaires and an ad hoc code scheme of 15 low-level micro-behaviors were developed. 28 scholars aged 8 to 12 were observed at school during a play period with a Pleo robot and asked to answer the questionnaires. We found that the different questionnaire based methods were in line each other. Therefore, anyone of them can be used to measure the experience of a social entity. Play analyses showed that the two most prevalent behaviors were clearly social: petting the robot and showing it objects to engage in interaction. Moreover, children spent on average less than one per cent of the session time treating the robot as an artifact. However, significant covariation between the experience of a social entity and observed behavior could not be established.

  • Access to the full text
    The Impact of Introducing Therapeutic Robots in Hospital's Organization  Open access

     Chung Chang, Cecilia Yu; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    International Workshop on Ambient Assisted Living
    Presentation's date: 2012-12-04
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The introduction of robots in health and wellbeing services could mean a great improvement in patients’ life, but also implies a huge change in hospital’s organization. This work introduces a empirical study that investigates the factors influencing the process of adoption of robots in hospitals. Interviews have been completed in a health organization leading this change. Learned lessons lead to define a balance of facilitators and barriers that should help to apply the innovation. This process has been completed from Kotter’s leading change approach, since it would be the roadmap for the whole procedure.

  • Robot Assisted Play with a Mobile Robot in a Training Group of Children with Autism

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Barco, Alex; Casacuberta Bago, Judit; Albo Canals, Jordi; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Garriga, Carles
    2012 International Workshop on Human-Agent Interaction
    Presentation's date: 2012-10-11
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Access to the full text
    Pain and anxiety treatment based on social robot interaction with children to improve patient experience. Ongoing research  Open access

     Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Garriga Berga, Carles; Luaces, Carlos; Perez Payarols, Jaume; Albo Canals, Jordi; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    Sistemas Cualitativos y sus Aplicaciones en Diagnosis, Robótica e Inteligencia Ambiental
    Presentation's date: 2012-06-25
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    A major focus for children’s quality of life programs in hospitals is improving their experiences during procedures. In anticipation of treatment, children may become anxious and during procedures pain appears. The aim of this article is to introduce a proposal to design pioneering techniques based on the use of social robots to improve the patient experience by eliminating or minimizing pain and anxiety. According to this proposed challenge, this research aims to design and develop specific human-social robot interaction with pet robots. Robot interactive behavior will be designed based on modular skills using soft-computing paradigms.

  • Access to the full text
    Building up child-robot relationship: from initial attraction towards long-term social engagement  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Nuño Bermudez, Neus; Sàez Pons, Joan; Pardo Ayala, Diego Esteban; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Andrés, Amara
    ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction
    Presentation's date: 2011-03-06
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    To explore social bonds’ emergence with robots, a field study with 49 sixth grade scholars (aged 11-12 years) and 4 different robots was carried out at an elementary school. A subsequent laboratory experiment with 4 of the participants was completed in order to explore social engagement. At school, children’s preferences, expectations on functionality and communication, and interaction behavior were studied. In the lab, recognition, partner’s selection, and dyadic interaction were explored. Both at school and in the lab, data from videotaped direct observation, questionnaires and interviews were gathered. The results showed that different robots’ appearance and performance elicit in children distinctive perceptions and interactive behavior and affect social processes (e. g., role attribution and attachment). The preliminary results will help in the design of robot-based programs for hospitalized children to improve quality of life1

  • Evaluación de un sistema accesible de control domótico

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    Congreso Internacional de Interacción Persona-Ordenador
    Presentation's date: 2011-09-03
    Presentation of work at congresses

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Access to the full text
    Robots sociales en la escuela : explorando la conducta interactiva con niñ@s en edad escolar  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Andrés, Amara; Casacuberta Bagó, Judit; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    Workshop Español de Robótica
    Presentation's date: 2011-11-29
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    Este artículo describe una experiencia de interacción con los robots sociales PLEO y NAO con niños de entre 9 y 11 años. Para llevar a cabo dicha experiencia y poder evaluar la interacción social entre los usuarios y este tipo de plataformas robóticas se realizaron dos actividades sobre robótica en la escuela para todos los alumnos. Una de las actividades se llevó a cabo con los niños de 4º de primaria y la otra consistió en una sesión abierta de presentación de diversas plataformas robóticas a toda la escuela (desde P3 a 6º de primaria).

    Postprint (author’s final draft)

  • Access to the full text
    Propuesta metodológica para la evaluación de la interacción persona-robot en diversos escenarios de aplicación  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Andrés, Amara; Casacuberta Bagó, Judit; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    Workshop Español de Robótica
    Presentation's date: 2011-11-29
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    La mayoría de estudios que investigan la interacción Persona-Robot (HRI) habitualmente recogen datos mediante grabaciones para su posterior análisis. Sin embargo, la manera más frecuente de proceder para registrar el comportamiento que acontece es proponer un pequeño número de unidades de conducta y registrar la frecuencia y/o duración de dichos comportamientos. Además, la conducta que emerge a lo largo del proceso interactivo es dependiente de los recursos para la interacción de cada plataforma así como del contexto en que se desarrolla. Desde el proyecto ACROSS se propone un método de evaluación de la interacción persona-robot teniendo en cuenta dos aspectos principales: las capacidades sociales del robot y la conducta interactiva entre el usuario y el robot.

    Postprint (author’s final draft)

  • Access to the full text
    Definición de reglas de comportamiento para un robot cognitivo social  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Sàez Pons, Joan; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    Workshop Español de Robótica
    Presentation's date: 2011-11-29
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    En el proyecto singular estratégico Avanza2 ACROSS (AutoConfigurable Robots for Social Services) se definen tres escenarios para validar los desarrollos experimentales: (i) marketing, (ii) niños con problemas psicoafectivos y (iii) vida independiente. A su vez, estos escenarios permiten definir diferentes casos de uso, siguiendo un criterio de funcionalidades del robot. Atendiendo a la aproximación general de robótica cognitiva y de conicimiento del contexto del proyecto, este documento tiene por objetivo la definición de unas reglas de comportamiento robóticas para cada diversos de esos casos de uso. Las reglas se definen en función de las características técnicas del robot y las necesidades de usuario en cada escenario y caso de uso. Para ello se ha realizado un estudio sobre la recogida continuada de información de los usuarios antes y después de su interacción experimental con las plataformas robóticas.

    Postprint (author’s final draft)

  • CIP-ICT-PSP-2010-4, 250577 CAALIX-MW

     Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Cabestany Moncusi, Joan; Llanas Parra, Francesc Xavier; Sama Monsonis, Albert; Perez Lopez, Carlos; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Access to the full text
    Accessibility in the university environment and its perception by students with disability  Open access

     Guasch Murillo, Daniel; Àlvarez Suau, Maria Hortènsia; Dotras Ruscalleda, Pilar; Llinares Fité, Montserrat; Guasch Murillo, Yolanda; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Soret Lafraya, Pilar; Pérez Villar, Fernando
    Date of publication: 2011-12-01
    Book

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The overall objective of this first study of the University Observatory and Disability is to make an exploratory approach on the status of the accessibility of the Spanish university environment under a double perspective: the compliance of the regulatory framework on accessibility and the reality lived by students with disability. An initial question raised the approach of the study: have the human and material efforts invested in achieving accessibility in the Spanish university environment in the past two decades been accompanied by a corresponding increase in the population with disabilities that have higher studies? In this context, it is object of study the different conditions and features of accessibility (both objective and by subjective perception). The law 51/2003 of equal opportunities, no discrimination and universal accessibility of people with disability defines the two basic principles this report is based on in terms of ‘universal accessibility’ and ‘design for all’. For fulfilling these principles, there are considered different physical, technological and social areas that make up the university context: spaces, transport, communication, information technology, curricular accommodations; in this study non significant curricular accommodations the virtual spaces and the services offered by the same university. The method has a double perspective. On one side, it gathers objective data provided by the people responsible for each university centre and by the direct observation of the ground; on the other hand it analyses the perception by university students with disability and their accessibility conditions. Both approaches complement each other when comparing and reaching conclusions. The sample, of qualitative data, centres in public universities, consisting of 18 university centres selected by different criteria of size and geographic distribution. A codified questionnaire was designed and applied To five of those universities to which there was carried out an observation of the ground and also to 19 selected students with different types of disability in the age range between 18 and 32 years. From the conclusions reached, it is worth noting that it can be observed a direct relationship between the level of accessibility in a university with the level of autonomy of their students. Conversely, the study shows that the students interviewed have renounced certain degrees or given up with their studies in certain universities due to the poor or inexistent accessibility. This conclusion is qualified with a contradictory observation: there are universities with detected shortcomings in accessibility which students have also perceived but claim they can manage with a degree of satisfaction. Among the factors that may explain this include the students’ lack of knowledge of the accessibility standards and practical aspects of usability, which involve basic aspect on facilities and university services; the social and family support; the conviction or habit of overexerting for achieving goals; developed strategies for poor accessible environments; and the comparison to other educative spaces that are in worst accessibility conditions.

    Postprint (author’s final draft)

  • Complete Ambient Assisted Living Experiment-Market Validation (CAALYX-MV)

     Cabestany Moncusi, Joan; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Sama Monsonis, Albert; Llanas Parra, Francesc Xavier; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Access to the full text
    Towards an intelligent wheelchair system for users with cerebral palsy  Open access

     Montesano, Luis; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Bhaskar, Sonu; Minguez, Javier
    IEEE transactions on neural systems and rehabilitation engineering
    Date of publication: 2010-02-01
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    This paper describes and evaluates an intelligent wheelchair, adapted for users with cognitive disabilities and mobility impairment. The study focuses on patients with cerebral palsy, one of the most common disorders affecting muscle control and coordination, thereby impairing movement. The wheelchair concept is an assistive device that allows the user to select arbitrary local destinations through a tactile screen interface. The device incorporates an automatic navigation system that drives the vehicle, avoiding obstacles even in unknown and dynamic scenarios. It provides the user with a high degree of autonomy, independent from a particular environment, i.e., not restricted to predefined conditions. To evaluate the rehabilitation device, a study was carried out with four subjects with cognitive impairments, between 11 and 16 years of age. They were first trained so as to get acquainted with the tactile interface and then were recruited to drive the wheelchair. Based on the experience with the subjects, an extensive evaluation of the intelligent wheelchair was provided from two perspectives: 1) based on the technical performance of the entire system and its components and 2) based on the behavior of the user (execution analysis, activity analysis, and competence analysis). The results indicated that the intelligent wheelchair effectively provided mobility and autonomy to the target population.

  • Access to the full text
    Ergonomic design applied in a sugar mill interface  Open access

     Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Amante García, Beatriz; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    Latin american applied research
    Date of publication: 2010-01
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    In tasks requiring human supervision in an industrial control room there are applied generic disciplines like automatic control and engineering systems. From the point of view of the human computer interaction applied to these disciplines it is necessary to add usability engineering and cognitive ergonomics. This integrated framework is an example of human-centred design on automation systems. The main goal of this work is the application of a cognitive ergonomic guideline for supervisory control in order to improve the efficiency of a sugar mill interface design.

  • Evaluación con usuarios finales durante el desarrollo de dos sistemas interactivos orientados a personas mayores

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Casacuberta Bagó, Judit; Nuño Bermudez, Neus; Berbegal Mirabent, Jasmina; Berbegal Mirabent, Nídia
    Congreso Internacional de Interacción Persona-Ordenador
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-10
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Access to the full text
    Valoración de la usabilidad de plataformas TIC para transacciones utilizadas por personas mayores  Open access

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Casacuberta Bagó, Judit; Nuño Bermudez, Neus; Berbegal Mirabent, Jasmina; Berbegal Mirabent, Nídia
    Congreso Internacional de Interacción Persona-Ordenador
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-09
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    En el presente estudio se detalla la evaluación heurística y con usuarios finales de dos plataformas TIC para la realización de operaciones transaccionales con efectos económicos: cajeros automáticos y webs de compra, realizado en el marco del proyecto INREDIS1. Para detectar barreras de uso y limitaciones en el diseño de este tipo de aplicaciones cuando las usan personas mayores se evaluaron cajeros automáticos de entidades financieras y dos de las webs de compra más utilizadas. El estudio se completa con una valoración de la gravedad de estas dificultades por parte de los inspectores expertos y por unas recomendaciones para el rediseño.

  • Pet robots with social skills for satisfactory interaction with hospitalized children

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Sàez Pons, Joan; Pardo Ayala, Diego Esteban; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    Workshop on Learning for Human-Robot Interaction Modeling in Robotics: Science and Systems (RSS)
    Presentation's date: 2010-06-27
    Presentation of work at congresses

    View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • DESARROLLO EN ROBÓTICA SOCIAL PARA LA SALUD Y CALIDAD DE VIDA EN PERSONAS DEPENDIENTES

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Cabestany Moncusi, Joan; Pardo Ayala, Diego Esteban; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Access to the full text
    Accessibility in the university environment and its perception by students with disability.  Open access

     Guasch Murillo, Daniel; Àlvarez Suau, Maria Hortènsia; Dotras Ruscalleda, Pilar; Llinares Fité, Montserrat; Guasch Murillo, Yolanda; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Soret Lafraya, Pilar; Pérez Villar, Fernando
    Date of publication: 2010-11-12
    Book

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    El objetivo general de este primer estudio del Observatorio Universidad y Discapacidad es realizar un acercamiento exploratorio sobre el estado de la accesibilidad del entorno universitario español bajo una doble perspectiva: el cumplimiento objetivo del marco normativo actual en materia de accesibilidad y la realidad experimentada por los propios estudiantes con discapacidad. Una cuestión inicial suscita el planteamiento del estudio: ¿Los esfuerzos materiales y humanos invertidos en lograr la accesibilidad del entorno universitario español en las últimas dos décadas se han visto acompañados de un correlativo incremento de la población con discapacidad en posesión de titulación superior? En este contexto, la accesibilidad, en sus distintas condiciones y facetas (tanto objetivas como de percepción) es el objeto del presente estudio. La Ley 51/2003 de Igualdad de Oportunidades, No Discriminación y Accesibilidad Universal de las personas con discapacidad define los dos principios básicos que guían el presente informe en los términos de "accesibilidad universal" y "diseño para todos". Se consideran para ello diversos ámbitos en las condiciones físicas, tecnológicas y sociales que caracterizan un entorno universitario: espacios, transporte, comunicación, tecnologías de la información, adaptaciones curriculares, que en el marco de este estudio se entenderán como adaptaciones curriculares no significativas en todo caso, espacios virtuales y servicios de todo tipo ofertados desde la misma institución universitaria. El método articula una doble perspectiva, orientada por un lado al registro de datos objetivos proporcionados por los responsables de los centros universitarios y por la observación directa sobre el terreno, y por otro lado atenta a las percepciones de los estudiantes con discapacidad ante la Universidad y sus condiciones de accesibilidad. Ambos enfoques se enriquecen mutuamente, en la comparación de los resultados y en las conclusiones. La muestra, de corte cualitativo, se centra en las universidades públicas, considerando 18 centros universitarios seleccionados a partir de distintos criterios como tamaño o distribución geográfica, a los que se ha aplicado un cuestionario codificado, 5 universidades sobre las que se ha llevado a cabo observación sobre el terreno, y una selección de 19 estudiantes con distinto perfil de discapacidad, en el rango de edad comprendido entre los 18 y los 32 años. Entre las conclusiones, cabe destacar, en primer lugar, que se observa una relación directa entre el grado o nivel de accesibilidad contrastado en una universidad con el grado de autonomía con el que los estudiantes de dicha universidad afirman desenvolverse en la misma. En sentido inverso, del estudio se desprende que los estudiantes entrevistados han renunciado a determinadas carreras o a continuar con sus estudios en determinadas universidades por la escasa o nula accesibilidad en las mismas. Esta conclusión se matiza con otra observación aparentemente contradictoria: existen universidades que, a pesar de las carencias detectadas de accesibilidad, son percibidas como adecuadas por sus estudiantes, quienes mencionan dichas carencias y afirman desenvolverse con cierto grado de satisfacción. Entre los factores que pueden explicar esta circunstancia se encuentran el desconocimiento por parte de los estudiantes de los estándares alcanzables en accesibilidad y su mayor orientación hacia los aspectos prácticos de la usabilidad, aunque afecte a aspectos elementales, en las instalaciones y servicios de la Universidad; los apoyos sociales, familiares y al convencimiento o hábito de tener que realizar sobreesfuerzos para alcanzar metas; las estrategias desarrolladas ante entornos poco accesibles y la comparación con otros espacios educativos en condiciones más precarias.

  • Access to the full text
    Evaluación de la usabilidad para la tarea de supervisión humana en sala de control industrial  Open access

     Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Amante García, Beatriz; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    Revista iberoamericana de automática e informática industrial
    Date of publication: 2009-01
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    En tareas de supervisión humana de sala de control industrial se aplican de forma genérica disciplinas como la seguridad y la ergonomía física para el diseño de la sala de control. Desde el punto de vista de la interacción persona-ordenador, a estas disciplinas hay que añadir la ingeniería de la usabilidad y la ergonomía cognitiva ya que aportan pautas para el diseño centrado en el usuario. Este artículo presenta una guía ergonómica de diseño para la mejora de la calidad de una interfaz de supervisión industrial. El artículo muestra la aplicación de la guía sobre el simulador de alcance total del Centro de Tecnología Azucarera, para contribuir al programa de formación de operarios en aspectos de mejoras de rendimiento del sistema persona-ordenador en procesos productivos complejos.

  • Higher education challenges: introduction of active methodologies in engineering curricula

     Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Amante García, Beatriz; Roman Jimenez, Jose Antonio; Oliver del Olmo, Sonia; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Vives i Gràcia, Josep
    International journal of engineering education
    Date of publication: 2009-01
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract View View Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The aim of this paper is to develop and implement a progressive project to evaluate the current teaching/learning process in our universities. We will also consider the fact that in order to measure and certify the acquisition of cross curricular competencies, such as being able to search for specific information, working in a group, etc., we will have to identify the roles and responsibilities of the teaching professional in the team involved in the courses: Subject Head, Student Body Tutor, Project Co-ordinator and Head of the Centre's teaching plan. We also include a sample of the teaching/learning process divided into four phases: Reflection, Active methodologies plan, Execution and Assessment. Next, we describe the application of this approach inside the current Engineering Degree curriculum in the Vilanova i la Geltrú's Higher School of Engineering (Technical University of Catalonia). We will include examples of the use of PBL (Problem-/ Project-Based Learning) and Cooperative Learning in subjects in the MsC Engineering curricula Automation and Industrial Electronics Engineering in two High Schools at the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC). Through these experiences we will illustrate the conjoining and coordinating of subjects and how the competencies of our students are measured in order to make academic changes much easier and, therefore, give us more confidence in facing the imminent European Higher Education convergence.

  • Access to the full text
    Framework for the analysis of executive information systems based on the perceived usefulness and the perceived ease of use  Open access

     Cano Giner, Josep Lluís; Fernández Alarcón, Vicenç; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    Intangible capital
    Date of publication: 2009-11-06
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    The acquisition and use of information are key factors in successful executive performance. Although there are various and different media that executives use to obtain information, in the last decade the academic research has emphasised computer-based systems. Inside this group of systems, we can find the Executive Information Systems (EIS), which are tools that can help executives to obtain relevant informationmore efficiently.Recently, EIS have been analyzed through the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) with significant results. A deeper review of these results, the existing literature, as well as our own experience, suggest there are some factors that affect to the use of EIS indirectly or as moderating variables, instead of directly as recent studies suggest. The objective of our research is to propose a framework based on the TAM, which shows the different types of factors that affect to the Perceived Usefulness (U) and Perceived Ease of Use(EOU) of EIS, as well as how the kind of influence of these factors on U and EOU.

  • Access to the full text
    Diseño ergonómico de interfaz gráfica y uso de interfaz de manos libres en simulación de tareas domóticas  Open access

     Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; manresa-Yee, cristina; Amante García, Beatriz
    TECNODISCAT: Workshop de R+D+I en Tecnologies per a l'Autonomia de les Persones amb Discapacitat
    Presentation's date: 2009-10-01
    Presentation of work at congresses

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    Este trabajo muestra las experiencias en el ámbito del diseño de interfaces con el objetivo de acercar la ergonomía cognitiva y la ingeniería de la usabilidad a la interacción mediante webcam, en sustitución del ratón convencional. El trabajo muestra la valoración de funcionalidades de prototipos, así como la valoración de carga mental realizada mediante el método NASA-TLX, la respuesta de los usuarios mediante un cuestionario de satisfacción, y propuestas para la generación de métricas de usabilidad.

  • Preparació de propOsta CAALYX-MV (7PM-CIP)

     Llanas Parra, Francesc Xavier; Cabestany Moncusi, Joan; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • AUTO-CONFIGURABLE ROBOTS FOR SOCIAL SERVICES

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • AGEDA-ATENCION Y GESTION PARA LA DEPENDENCIA

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share

  • Access to the full text
    Estudio de la accesibilidad de los documentos científicos en soporte digital  Open access

     Térmens, M; Barrios, M; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Guasch Murillo, Daniel; Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Ribera, M
    Revista española de documentación científica
    Date of publication: 2008-10
    Journal article

    Read the abstract Read the abstract Access to the full text Access to the full text Open in new window  Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

    El artículo analiza los problemas de accesibilidad que actualmente presentan los artículos científicos en soporte digital. El estudio se centra en los aspectos de facilidad de uso del contenido de los documentos digitales según la forma en que se publiquen, sin entrar en el estudio de los distintos sistemas de recuperación. Se analizan los dos formatos más utilizados para la publicación de artículos científicos en soporte digital: HTML y PDF, estudiando el desempeño lector en relación a la presencia de sumarios o de tablas internas o vinculadas. El estudio se ha realizado con dos colectivos: 30 sujetos ciegos, usuarios de Jaws, contactados gracias a la mediación de la Fundación ONCE, y 30 sujetos no ciegos, profesores del Departamento de Biblioteconomía y Documentación de la Universidad de Barcelona. El estudio muestra que la localización de los datos contenidos en tablas se ve facilitada en documentos HTML por la inclusión de un sumario que vincule con la tabla, así como la inclusión de tablas completas en el cuerpo del documento HTML facilita la actividad lectora por parte de los usuarios ciegos. A nivel metodológico la presente investigación aporta dos novedades relevantes respecto a la literatura existente en los estudios de usabilidad con ciegos: estudia la usabilidad del formato PDF y es un test de usabilidad cuantitativo; este último hecho dificulta su comparación con la mayoría de artículos publicados.

  • An ergonomic approach to computer vision interaction

     Ponsa, P; Manresa, C; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio
    6th Conference of the International Society for Gerontechnology
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Evidence-based selection of health sensors for elderly telemonitoring

     Rodríguez-Molinero, A; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Rodríguez, J; Fernández, de la Puente E; Tabuenca, A; Cruz, de la J; Navaiza, L; Yuste, A
    6th Conference of the International Society for Gerontechnology
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Factor influencing acceptability of ambulatory telemonitoring systems: a qualitative approach of physicians views and end-users and prescriptions

     Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Rodríguez-Molinero, A; Narvaiza, L
    6th Conference of the International Society for Gerontechnology
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Factors that affect perceived usefulness and perceived ease of executive information systems among executives

     Cano, Jl; Fernández Alarcón, Vicenç; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    International Conference and Doctoral Consortium of Academy of Management & ISEOR
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Validez de las determinaciones de un sensor inercial torácico para detectar desplazamientos laterales involuntarios durante la deambulación

     Pardo Ayala, Diego Esteban; Solana, M; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Rodríguez-Molinero, A
    Revista española de geriatría y gerontología (Ed. impresa)
    Date of publication: 2007-06
    Journal article

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Validez de las determinaciones de un sensor inercial torácico para detectar desplazamientos laterales involuntarios durante la deambulación

     Pardo Ayala, Diego Esteban; Solana, M; Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Rodríguez-Molinero, A
    49º Congreso de la Sociedad Española de Geriatría y Gerontología
    Presentation's date: 2007-06-07
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Interuniversitary conception of the engineering project: an industrial automation and supervision experience

     Vilanova, Ramon; Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Gomà, A; Diaz Boladeras, Marta
    SEFI/IGIP SEFI AND IGIP Joint Annual Conference
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Application of a human factor guideline to supervisory control interface improvement

     Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Vilanova, Ramon; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Gomà, A
    Internacional Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Experiencias docentes en telerrobótica asistencial

     Ponsa Asensio, Pedro; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Català Mallofré, Andreu
    Congreso Internacional sobre Domótica, Robótica y Teleasistencia para Todos
    Presentation of work at congresses

     Share Reference managers Reference managers Open in new window

  • Complete Ambient Assisted Living Experiment (CAALYX)

     Angulo Bahón, Cecilio; Català Mallofré, Andreu; Diaz Boladeras, Marta; Cabestany Moncusi, Joan
    Participation in a competitive project

     Share