Luis-Felipe Rodríguez I am a full professor in the Department of Computer Science & Design at Instituto Tecnológico de Sonora, México. My research areas include computational modeling of emotions for virtual agents, cognitive agent architectures, affective human-computer interaction, decision support systems, among others. I am member Level-I of the SNI-Conacyt (National System of Researchers) since 2015.
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Eduardo Javier Islas Cota is working on the design and development of an Intelligent Assistant to provide social support to informal caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Thesis: Effects of an Intelligent Assistant on the perception of social support in caregivers of people with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Sergio Castellanos Bustamante is working on projects concerning the computational modeling of emotions, advancing in the understanding of how emotions bias cognitive processes of the brain. His main interest is to define those deterministic functions that describe the relationship between the factors that influence the emotional process (e.g. personality or social norms), through simulations with virtual reality.
Thesis: Emulating the bias caused by factors that influence the emotional evaluation process in intelligent agents.
Enrique Osuna Cuen is working on a formal methodology for the development of computational models of emotions (CMEs). Specifically, he is making an intersection of affective computing and software engineering to create such methodology. The main objective is to facilitate the CMEs development process with the help of software engineering practices.
Thesis: A formal software methodology for the development of computational models of emotion of artificial virtual agents in human-computer interaction scenarios.
Marco Antonio Esquer Rochin Is working on the design of a framework for collecting and analyzing data from people with dementia in day centers to understand dementia progress based on IoT/mobile platform.
Tania Arisdelci Barreras Díaz is working on the design and evaluation of a platform that is suitable for use as a decision support tool in different day centers that attend to patients with Alzheimer’s.
Thesis: BI solution to support decision-making and analysis of the evolution of Alzheimer’s patients in day centers.
Jesus Jose Gonzalez Vazquez is working on the design and development of a virtual driver’s persuador that will analyze the driver’s behavior and provide conversational recommenation or try to persuade depending on the driver’s behaviors.
Thesis: Virtual intelligent driver’s persuader system.