Pedro C. Santana
School of Telematics
Universidad de Colima
pecesama AT acm DOT org
I was recognized with a 2012 IBM Faculty Award to support my research on "Ambient Intelligence and Natural Interactions in the Mexican Classrooms"
I am co-founder of the IHCLab Research Group, which develops innovative ways of interaction between humans and computers.
I am a PhD candidate in Telematics at the Universidad de Vigo, I received a M.Eng. degree (with honors -Mérito Escolar-) in Computer Science at Universidad Autónoma de Baja California (UABC) and a Bachelor degree in Telematics engineering from the Universidad de Colima.
I spent a year at Create-Net research centre in Italy as an intern researcher, working in the Multimedia, Interaction and Smart Environments -MISE - Group (now Ubiquitous Interaction Group -UBiNT-) doing research on Human-Computer Interaction applied to aware environments for assisted living technologies. I worked under the supervision of Dr. Oscar Mayora.
This site contains information about my research and academic interests. If you are interested on my not academic life and projects visit my homepage.
Visit the Publication section to see the full list of publications.List of publications
I am open to projects on the fields of HCI and Software engineering, you can check the Research section to get more information about current and past projects.List of research projects
I supervise a number of graduate and undergraduate research projects. Contact me if you are interested in work your thesis in the IHCLab.List of my students