Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación

Collaborative Applications Research Laboratory (CARL)

Descripción

La investigación en este laboratorio busca facilitar, mediante el uso de tecnología, el trabajo de colaborativo entre personas. Esta área, más conocida por sus siglas en inglés (CSCW - Computer-Supported Cooperative Work), puede considerarse como una rama específica de desarrollo de software, que incluye una o más de las siguientes características: desafíos de diseño asociados a objetivos organizacionales, dinámicas de grupo, comunicación, coordinación y colaboración entre personas, resolución de conflictos y toma de decisiones, contexto social de las actividades, y efectos positivos y negativos de la tecnología en tareas, grupos y organizaciones. Las actividades de investigación en este laboratorio van desde la realización de estudios de campo para concebir diversos tipos de sistemas colaborativos, hasta el diseño e implementación de prototipos de dichos sistemas.

Académicos responsables

Proyectos asociados

  • 2015-2017: “Reducing Social Isolation of Elderly People Using Social Media and Ambient
  • Intelligence”. FONDECYT (Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Científico y Tecnológico). Grant Nº 1150252. Chile.
  • 2012-1015: "UBIHEALTH: Exchange of Excellence in Ubiquitous Computing Technologies to Address Healthcare Challenges"FP7-PEOPLE-2012-IRSES, European Comission, Grant: 316337.
  • 2012-1014: "Understanding the impact of computing solutions on the mobile workers productivity". FONDECYT (Fondo Nacional de Desarrollo Científico y Tecnológico). Grant Nº 1120207. Chile.
  • 2011-2012: "Temporal Social Networks and Knowledge Dissemination for Healthcare"Latin American and Caribbean Collaborative ICT Research (LACCIR), Grant No R1210LAC002.
  • 2010-2011: "Bridging the gap between formal and informal learning", Latin American and Caribbean Collaborative ICT Research (LACCIR). Grant No R1209LAC002.

Publicaciones

  • D. Muñoz, R. Cornejo, F.J. Gutierrez, J. Favela, S.F. Ochoa, M. Tentori. “A Social Cloud-based Tool to Deal with Time and Media Mismatch of Intergenerational Family Communication". Future Generation Computer Systems, in press. 2015.
  • S.F. Ochoa, R. Santos. “Human-centric Wireless Sensor Networks to Improve Information Availability During Urban Search and Rescue Activities”. Information Fusion 22, 71-84, March 2015.
  • D. Vega, R. Meseguer, F. Freitag, S.F. Ochoa. “Understanding Collaboration in Volunteer Computing Systems”. Accepted in the Journal of Universal Computer Science, 2015.
  • F.J. Gutierrez, S.F. Ochoa, N. Baloian, G. Zurita, L. Loyola. “An Architecture to Support the Design and Evaluation of Software Platforms for Partially Virtual Communities”. Computer and Informatics, in press, 2015.
  • P. Carreño, F.J. Gutierrez, S.F. Ochoa, G. Fortino. “Supporting personal security using participatory sensing. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience”. In Press. 2015.
  • Monares, S.F. Ochoa, R. Santos, J. Orozco, R. Meseguer. “Modeling IoT-Based Solutions Using Human-Centric Wireless Sensor Networks”. Sensors 14(9), 15687-15713; 2014.
  • Berkhoff, S.F. Ochoa, J.A. Pino, J. Favela, J. Oliveira, L.A. Guerrero. “Clairvoyance: A Framework to Integrate Shared Displays and Mobile Computing Devices”. Future Generation Computer Systems 34, pp. 190–200. May 2014.
  • P. Antunes, V. Herskovic, S.F. Ochoa, J.A. Pino. “Reviewing the Quality of Awareness Support in Collaborative Applications”. Journal of Systems and Software 89, pp. 146–169. March 2014.
  • R. Meseguer, C. Molina, S.F. Ochoa, R. Santos, R. “Energy-Aware Topology Control Strategy for Human-Centric Wireless Sensor Networks”. Sensors 14(2), pp. 2619-2643; 2014.
  • J. Rodríguez-Covili, S.F. Ochoa. “A Lightweight and Distributed Middleware to Provide Presence Awareness in Mobile Ubiquitous Systems”. Science of Computer Programming, 78(10), pp. 2009-2025, 2013.
  • Vega, R. Messeguer, S.F. Ochoa, J.A. Pino, F. Freitag, E. Medina, D. Royo. "Sharing Hardware Resources in Heterogeneous Computer-Supported Collaboration Scenarios". Integrated Computer Aided Engineering Journal 20(1), pp. 59-77, Jan. 2013.
  • R. Messeguer, E. Medina, S.F. Ochoa, J.A. Pino, A. Neyem, L. Navarro, D. Royo, "Communication Support for mobile Collaborative Work: An Experimental Study". International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making 11(6), pp. 1035-1063, Nov. 2012.
  • Neyem, S.F. Ochoa, J.A. Pino, D. Franco, "A Reusable Structural Design for Mobile Collaborative Applications". Journal of Systems and Software 85(3), pp. 511-524, March 2012.
  • P. Antunes, V. Herskovic, S.F. Ochoa, J.A. Pino, "Structuring Dimensions for Collaborative Systems Evaluation". ACM Computing Surveys 44(2), February 2012.
  • Weyers, W. Luther, N. Baloian, "Cooperative Reconfiguration of User Interface Models for Learning Cryptographic Protocols". International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making 11(6): 1127-1154, 2012.
  • J.F. Rodríguez-Covili, S.F. Ochoa, J.A. Pino, "High Level MANET Protocol: Enhancing the Communication Support for Mobile Collaborative Work". Journal of Network and Computer Applications 35(1), pp. 145-155, 2012.
  • N. Baloian, J.A. Pino, J. Hardings, "Learning about earthquakes: getting serious about authenticity in computer-supported learning". Interactive Learning Environments 19(3): 285-302, 2011.
  • Sapateiro, N. Baloian, P. Antunes, G. Zurita, "Developing a Mobile Collaborative Tool for Business Continuity Management". J. UCS 17(2): 164-182, 2011.

 

Compartir:
http://uchile.cl/i92190
Copiar

Enviar

Nombre Destinatario:
E-mail Destinatario:
Su nombre:
Su e-mail:
Comentarios: