"I am interested in using human body signals to create more "humanized" assistive technologies based on games and interactive systems. My research has been applied mainly in healthcare scenarios from physical activity promotion for the seniors to neurorehabilitation games for stroke patients. I received a PhD in Human Computer Interaction at the NeurorehabLab (UMA/M-iti) in Portugal. I'm currently a PostDoctoral Fellow at the Systems Design and Engineering Department of the University of Waterloo (Canada) working in the ITWIL and Social and Intelligent Robotics research laboratories."
Received the AGE-WELL Postdoctoral Awards in Technology and Aging (2019)