RESEARCH PROFILES INDEX.

The Doctorate in Computer Science has two Lines of Knowledge Generation and Application (LGAC): Person Centered Computation and Applied Computing. Each one of them is briefly described below.

LGAC1. Person Centered Computing
This line deals with the creation, development and management of systems where the central focus is the user, seeking to make the systems easy to use, ubiquitous and intelligent. In this line, original proposals are developed in topics of Human-Computer Interaction, Interaction Design, Collaborative and Social Computing, Ubiquitous and Mobile Computing, Visualization, Accessibility.

LGAC2. Applied computing
This line deals with the creation of applications that require advanced models, techniques and tools of Computer Science to solve non-trivial problems in domains such as Life and Medicine Sciences, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Education, Arts and Humanities.

 

LGAC Teachers
LGAC1. Person Centered Computing

Dr. Ismael Everardo Bárcenas Patiño

Dr. Edgard Iván Benítez Guerrero

Dra. Ma. Del Carmen Mezura Godoy

Dr. Guillermo Gilberto Molero Castillo

Dr. Luis Gerardo Montané Jiménez

Dr. Alberto Ramírez Martinell

Dr. José Rafael Rojano Cáceres

LGAC2. Applied computing

Dr. Ismael Everardo Bárcenas Patiño

Dr. Edgard Iván Benítez Guerrero

Dra. Ma. Del Carmen Mezura Godoy

Dr. Guillermo Gilberto Molero Castillo

Dr. Luis Gerardo Montané Jiménez

Dr. Alberto Ramírez Martinell

Dr. José Rafael Rojano Cáceres

Distribution, by LGAC, of the NAB academic staff of the program

The previous table shows the distribution, by LGAC, of ​​the members of the NAB. The works of the NAB are registered in both lines since in the field of Person Centered Computing it is necessary to develop applications to validate the proposals.