Laboratory of User Interaction and Software Engineering
The Laboratory of User Interaction and Software Engineering (LoUISE) was created in 2000 and during the last years has aimed his research activities towards Human-Computer Interaction discipline. Its goals have been always centred in enhancing the quality of interactive systems. With this aim it has stood on other branches of knowledge such as Software Engineering, Artificial Intelligence or the Design of Control Systems for the development of cyber-physical systems. Nowadays the group consists of ten researchers belonging to the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM). Throughout the trajectory of the group, the laboratory has included a high number of researchers working both in Spain and abroad. Regarding the research lines, they have changed, currently focusing in health area.
OUR RESEARCH LINES
Our objective has always been aimed at improving the quality of interactive systems, for which we have also relied on other branches of science such as software engineering, artificial intelligence or the design of control systems for cyber-physical systems.
Software Architectures, Model Driven Development, Usability/User Experience, Quality Assurance, Interaction Patterns, Adaptive Interactive System, Collaborative systems
Next Generation of User Interfaces
Virtual Reality, Multimodal User Interfaces, Augmented Reality, Haptics, Tangible User Interfaces, Gesture-Based User Interfaces
Natural and Artificial Interactive System
Artificial Vision, Pattern Recognition, Autonomous navigation, Brain-Computer Interfaces, Affective Computing
Sensors Monitoring, Physiological Signals, Multi-Sensor Information Fusion, Ambient Intelligent, Cyber-Physical Systems
Papers in JCR
Supervised PhD Thesis
Jorge Juan has obtained the award to the Best Bachelor Thesis in the contest of the V edition of the Final Degree Projects and Final Master’s Projects of Spanish and Latin American university degree students who had defended their final degree or Master’s work during the academic year 2017-18.
Miguel Ángel Teruel Martínez has been awarded for the work: “Improving Post-WIMP Collaborative Systems from the Requirements Specification”, as Best Doctoral Thesis in Software Engineering, by the Society of Software Engineering and Software Development Technologies (SISTEDES).
Our paper entitled «Towards the Design of Avatar-Based Therapies for Enhancing Facial Affect Recognition» has been awarded as the ISAMI 2018 Best Workshop Paper Award.
Aurora Macías has obtained the second award for the work: “TankWarVR: collaborative game on Oculus Rift platform”, in the Bachelor Thesis category of the annual call for national standardization awards for students organized by the Spanish Association for Standardization and Certification (AENOR)
Miguel Ángel Teruel Martínez, with his thesis Improving Post-WIMP Collaborative Systems from the Specification of Requirements, directed by professors Pascual González and Elena Navarro, has deserved the Extraordinary Award of Doctorate in the field of Engineering and Architecture. In this work, Teruel Martínez presents the CSRML language with which the needs of a multi-user computer system can be specified.
Miguel Ángel Teruel Martínez has been awarded for the Best PhD Project in Software Engineering, by the Society of Software Engineering and Software Development Technologies (SISTEDES).
Instituto de Investigación en Informática
Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha
Campus Universitario de Albacete SN
(02071) Albacete, Spain
louise #at# dsi.uclm.es