Juan EnriqueGarrido Navarro
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ABOUT

JUAN ENRIQUE
Escuela Politécnica Superior de la Universidad de Lleida, Carrer de Jaume II, 69, 25001 Lérida
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juanenriquegarrido@gmail.com

BIO

ABOUT ME

Juan Enrique Garrido Navarro is Visiting Lecturer at the Computer Science and Engineering Department of the University of Lleida since 2016. He received his PhD in Computer Science by the University of Castilla-La Mancha in July 2014. He belongs to the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Data Integration Research Group (GRIHO) of the University of Lleida and, to the Interactive Systems Everywhere Research Group (ISE Research) of the Albacete Research Institute of Informatics. His research experience is focused on Human-Computer Interaction and collaborative, ubiquitous and context-aware systems. He is author of more than 30 publications in journals, book chapters and international (and national) conferences. During his research career, he was involved in several research projects, he has participated in the organization of international conferences and, in the program committee of Journal Citation Report journals.

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RESUME

EDUCATION
  • 2010
    2014
    Albacete, Spain

    PhD. in Computer Science

    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

    Integral Solution to Improve Collaboration and Awareness in Ubiquitous and Context-Aware Healthcare Environments. Doctorate with international mention.
  • 2010
    2011
    Albacete, Spain

    Degree in Computer Engineering

    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

  • 2009
    2010
    Albacete, Spain

    MSc. in Computer Science

    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

    Master Thesis: Integration of Collaborative Features in Ubiquitous and Context-Aware Environments.
  • 2009
    2010
    Albacete, Spain

    Systems Computer Engineering

    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

  • 2008
    2009
    Albacete, Spain

    MSc. in Web Technology

    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

  • 2002
    2008
    Albacete, Spain

    Computer Engineering

    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
  • 2016
    Present
    Lleida, Spain

    VISITING LECTURER

    University of Lleida

  • 2016
    2016
    Albacete, Spain

    Researcher

    University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

    Contracted in the research project “Software for Editting and Monitoring Exercises of Rehabilitation Processes, EME-REHAB” (Ref. UCTR150497). The objetive is to generate a comercial and final product. The Project implies the use of movement interaction with Kinect.
  • 2014
    2015
    Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

    Self-Employed

    Informática Integral Garrido

    Management of computer services offered to companies and particular individuals. The services include hardware and software support, web development, social media and design capabilities.
  • 2012
    2014
    Albacete, Spain

    Researcher

    University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) and the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science

    Contracted in the research project “Interaction and Collaboration to Develop Distributed User Interfaces Applied to Interactive Advertising” (Ref. 2012-COB-4496, Project – TIN2011-27767-C02-01). Analysis, developing and testing movement interaction and new awareness mechanisms (with eye detection).
  • 2009
    2012
    Albacete, Spain

    Researcher

    University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) and the Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government

    Contracted in the research project “Development of New Interactive and Collaborative Mechanisms in Context-Aware Environments” (Ref. 2009-COB-3002, Project – PII2C09-0185-1030). Analysing, developing and testing interactive and collaborative (desktop and mobile) applications. The main application domain was healthcare as an interesting and demanding environment.
  • 2008
    2009
    Albacete, Spain

    Researcher

    University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) and the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science

    Contracted in the research project “Development of a Regional Atmospheric and Atmosphere-Ocean Coupling Model and the optimization of the code to be execute into massively parallel clusters” (Ref. 2008-COB-2440, Project – CGL2007-66440-C04-03). Improving code execution through mathematics libraries in parallel clusters.
  • 2008
    2008
    Albacete, Spain

    Researcher

    University of Castilla-La Mancha (Spain) and the Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government

    Contracted in the research project “Study, Analysis and Implementation of the three-dimensional model and the Meteorological Effects in the dynamic pantograph–catenary interaction” (Ref. 2008-COB-2168, Project – PBI08-0106-6785). Improving code execution through mathematics libraries.
HONORS AND AWARDS
  • 2014
    Oldenburg, Germany

    Best Paper Award

    International Working Conference on Advances Visual Interfaces (AVI 2014)

    Article “AwToolkit: Attention-Aware User Interface Widgets” (ACM Press, pp. 9-16, ISBN: 978-1-4503-2775-6  DOI: 10.1145/2598153.2598160)
  • 2009
    London, United Kingdom

    Best Student Paper Award

    COMPETITIVE AWARD FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

    Article “PROMESPAR: A Parallel Implementation of the Regional Atmospheric Model Promes” (Electronic engineering and computing technology. Lectures notes in electrical engineering, pp. 774-779. ISBN: 978-90-481-8776-8)
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RESEARCH

RESEARCH GROUPS

GRIHO

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Data Integration Research Group

ISE Research Group

Interactive Systems Everywhere Research Group

INTERESTS

HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION

UBIQUITY

CONTEXT-AWARENESS

PARTICIPATION IN RESEARCH PROJECTS FUNDED BY PUBLIC CALLS

Estudio, análisis e implementación del modelo tridimensional y efectos meteorológicos en la interacción dinámica pantógrafo catenaria (PBI08-0106-6785)

Spanish Regional Projects

Funding entity: Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government

Participants entities: University of Castilla-La Mancha

Principal researcher: Fernando Cuartero Gómez

Number of researchers: 8

Total amount of the project: 108.000€

Desarrollo de un modelo regional de clima con acoplamiento atmósfera-océano y la optimización del código para su ejecución en clusters masivamente paralelos (CGL2007-66440-C04-03)

Spanish National Project

Funding entity: Ministry of Education and Science

Participants entities: University of Castilla-La Mancha, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

Principal researcher: Fernando Cuartero Gómez

Total amount of the project: 84.000€

Desarrollo de nuevos mecanismos de interacción y colaboración en escenarios sensibles al contexto (PII2C09-0185-1030)

Spanish Regional Projects

Funding entity: Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government

Participants entities: University of Castilla-La Mancha (Cuenca-Albacete), SymbiaIT S.L.

Principal researcher: María Dolores Lozano Pérez

Number of researchers: 8

Total amount of the project: 90.000€

Interacción y colaboración en el desarrollo de interfaces de usuarios distribuidas aplicadas a publicidad interactiva (TIN2011-27767-C02-01)

Spanish National Projects

Funding entity: Ministry of Education and Science

Participants entities: University of Castilla-La Mancha

Principal researcher: María Dolores Lozano Pérez

Number of researchers: 8

Total amount of the project: 80.767,50€

Software para la Edición y Monitorización de Ejercicios para Procesos de Rehabilitación, EME-REHAB (UCTR150497)

Spanish Regional Projects

Funding entity:Castilla-La Mancha Regional Government

Participants entities: University of Castilla-La Mancha, Tecon Soluciones Infrormáticas S.L.

Principal researcher: Víctor Manuel Ruiz Penichet

Number of researchers: 4

Total amount of the project: 62.570€

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PUBLICATIONS

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PUBLICATIONS LIST
09 Dec 2014

Movement-Based Interaction applied to Physical Rehabilitation Therapies

Journal of Medical Internet Research, vol. 16, no. 12, DOI: 10.2196/jmir.3154 ISSN 1438-8871. Impact Factor(2014):3.428; Medical Informatics = 3 out of 24 journals: Q1; Health Care Science \& Services = 9 out of 88 journals: Q1


Journal Paper J. E. Garrido, V. R. M. Penichet, and M. Lozano

Movement-Based Interaction applied to Physical Rehabilitation Therapies

J. E. Garrido, V. R. M. Penichet, and M. Lozano
Journal Paper
About The Publication

Background: Healthcare environments are continuously improving their conditions, especially regarding the use of current technology. Considering the field of rehabilitation, the use of videogames and related technology has helped to develop new rehabilitations procedures. Patients are able to work on their disabilities through new processes which are more motivating and entertaining. However, these patients have a duty to leave their home environment in order to complete their rehabilitation program.

Objective: The authors have focused their research interests on finding a solution for patients to eliminate the need to leave their routines in order to attend rehabilitation therapy. In this way, a novel system has been developed which allows patients with a balance disorder to perform a specific rehabilitation exercise at home. Additionally, the system features an assistant tool to complement the work of physiotherapists. The medical staff is provided with a system which avoids the need for them to be present during the exercise in specific cases under adequate supervision.

Methods: Regarding videogames techniques, an essential element of the system we have developed is the interaction based on movement offered by Kinect. The system includes a framework that analyzes the patient’s movements to create indications and corrections during the rehabilitation exercise.

Results: Two professional therapists, who are specialists in balance disorder rehabilitation, have evaluated the system. They used the system freely during a period of time and provided interesting and optimistic opinions. They found the system to be an interesting and useful tool to be applied in rehabilitation therapies. In addition, they gave essential feedback based on their experience to improve the features of the system.

Conclusions: The system developed improves rehabilitation conditions of people with balance disorder. The main contribution comes from the fact that it allows patients to perform the rehabilitation process at home under the supervision of physiotherapists. As a result, patients avoid having to attend medical centers. Additionally, medical staff obtains an assistant that means their presence is not required in many cases where there is a need for constant repetition of the exercise.

Trial Registration: The research presented in this paper has not needed patient enrollment.

01 Oct 2015

Getting-up rehabilitation therapy supported by movement based interaction techniques

DYNA vol. 82, no. 193, pp. 241-249. Impact Factor(2013):0.217; Engineering, Multidisciplinarity = 80 out of 87 journals: Q4


Journal Paper José Antonio Fernández-Valls, Víctor M. R. Penichet, María Dolores Lozano, Juan E. Garrido

Getting-up rehabilitation therapy supported by movement based interaction techniques

José Antonio Fernández-Valls, Víctor M. R. Penichet, María Dolores Lozano, Juan E. Garrido
Journal Paper
About The Publication

Every day the number of diseases related to brain problems increases dramatically. Medical facilities are full of people who need complex rehabilitation processes as a result of suffering from Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, brain stroke, or multiple sclerosis, as well as other conditions. Patients often spend a long time travelling every day to get to the corresponding rehabilitation clinics. Physiotherapists carefully attend patients over a period of time, and the exercises are often extremely repetitive. The type of patient suffering from these type of illnesses is unable to perform many common every day actions such as getting-up from a chair, walking in a straight line, picking up objects, etc. The system we propose in this paper provides a way for patients to perform the common rehabilitation process of getting- up from a chair. It monitors and guides the patient when the specialist considers they are prepared to do so. The specialists can focus on the results and the way to improve each rehabilitation process and not just on iterations.

25 Sep 2017

25 years teaching HCI in UdL

Proceedings of the XVIII International Conference on Human Computer Interaction (Interacción ’17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 21, 2 pages.


Conferences Granollers, T.; Sendin, M.; García, R.; Oliva, M.; Gil, R.; Gimeno, J.M.; Garrido, J.E.

25 years teaching HCI in UdL

Granollers, T.; Sendin, M.; García, R.; Oliva, M.; Gil, R.; Gimeno, J.M.; Garrido, J.E.
Conferences
About The Publication

This work shows the evolution of teaching HCI in the university studies of computer engineering at the University of Lleida. The progress is described in terms of the content and the teaching methodologies based on the experience acquired during the last 25 years. The article details the changes made in the different degrees, from the methodology to the content perspective. The intent is to provide a reference document that can be useful for the teaching community interested in the Human-Computer Interaction discipline.

27 May 2018

The Use of Joint Coordinates to Monitor Patients in a Movement Based Interaction System

Universal Access in the Information Society. Special Issue on Exploring New Natural User, ISSN: 1615-5289.


Journal Paper Juan Enrique Garrido, Jose A. Fernández, Alberto Mora, Víctor R. M. Penichet and María Dolores Lozano

The Use of Joint Coordinates to Monitor Patients in a Movement Based Interaction System

Juan Enrique Garrido, Jose A. Fernández, Alberto Mora, Víctor R. M. Penichet and María Dolores Lozano
Journal Paper
About The Publication

Movement-based interaction has brought about new possibilities in healthcare environments. Concretely, rehabilitation therapies represent an adequate domain in which this kind of systems can produce significant benefits. In this sense, the authors have developed SIVIRE, a movement-based interaction system whose main contributions are a virtual online editor of exercises with the capacity to adapt the rehabilitation to the patients’ conditions and evolution. During the development process, we have considered some aspects regarding the monitoring process to improve the quality and accuracy of the system, such as monitoring the patient’s postures, which is a critical procedure to properly correct and guide them. Specifically, this paper presents the different monitoring techniques the authors have analysed. We have analysed three mechanisms that address the monitoring process in a different way: the first one using joint coordinates, the second one based on bones coordinates and the last one using the angles generated by the bones. After the analysis of these three different mechanisms, the authors discuss the reason to identify the use of joint coordinates as the best technique to monitor patients in this kind of movement-based interaction systems. Finally, we present the results of the evaluation of the system implemented with this monitoring mechanism.

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TEACHING

CURRENT
  • NOW
    2016
    Lleida, Spain

    VISITING LECTURER

    University of Lleida

    Human-Computer Interaction (Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, 2nd Semester)

    Quality Management and Improvement (Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, 2nd Semester)

    Data Strucutures (Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, 1st Semester)

TEACHING HISTORY
  • 2015
    2010
    Albacete, Spain

    Lecturer of the Master in Web Technology

    University of Castilla-La Mancha

    Online student tutor from 2010-2011 course to 2014-2015 course

    Lecturer of the subject “Development of Web Applications with PHP I” (2014-2015)

    Lecturer of the subject “Development of Web Applications with PHP II: Laravel Framework” (2014-2015 course)

    Lecturer of the subject “Graphic Design with Photoshop” (2012-2013, 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 courses

    Lecturer of the subject “Development of Desktop Applications based on Windows” (2012-2013 course)

    Lecturer of the subject “Development of Web Applications: Introduction to Joomla” (2012-2013 course)

    Lecturer of the subject “Development of Desktop Applications based on Windows” (2010-2011 and 2011-2012 courses)

    Lecturer of the subject “Development of Desktop Applications based on Windows and Development of Application with ADO.NET” (2009-2010 course)

Undergraduate End Projects (Supervisor)

Héctor García Martínez (2011): Diseño e Implementación de un Sistema Ubicuo para Mejorar la Colaboración y Coordinación en un Centro Geriátrico. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Jorge Diego Crespo (2009): Sistema de Gestión de órdenes de alejamiento vía GPS. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Luis Antonio García Escobar (2009): Resolución de sistemas de ecuaciones mediante conjuntos ortogonales utilizando la librería CUDA. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Final Degree Projects (Supevisor)

 Javier Armero Ciudad (2015): Mejora de la Ubicuidad y Sensibilidad al Contexto en Entornos Heathcare a través de Dispositivos Android. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Carlos Gimena Bello (2013): Interacción Basada en Movimiento para la Rehabilitación del Equilibrio y la Incorporación desde el Estado de Sentado. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Irma Marset Fernández (2013): Interfaces de Usuario y Particularidades de la Interacción Basada en Movimiento para la Rehabilitación del Equilibrio y la Incorporación desde el Estado de Sentado. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Miguel Gómez Jiménez (2012): Diseño e Implementación de un Sistema Basado en Android para Mejorar la Comunicación en Ambientes Sanitarios Sensibles al Contexto. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

José Antonio Fernández Valls (2012): Interacción a través del Movimiento Aplicada a la Detección de Desmayos y Caídas. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Luis Antonio Sánchez Alfaro (2012): Interacción Basada en el Movimiento Aplicada a Video-Juegos: Simon Says Kinect. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

Salvador Molina Moreno (2011): Interacción, Colaboración y Awareness en los Sistemas de Gestión de Contenidos. University of Castilla-La Mancha.

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WORKS

AwToolkit: Attention-Aware User Interface Widgets

Increasing screen real-estate allows for the development of applications where a single user can manage a large amount of data and related tasks through a distributed user inter- face. However, such users can easily become overloaded and become unaware of display changes as they alternate their attention towards different displays. We propose Aw- Toolkit, a novel widget set for developers that supports users in maintaing awareness in multi-display systems. The Aw- Toolkit widgets automatically determine which display a user is looking at and provide users with notifications with different levels of subtlety to make the user aware of any unattended display changes. The toolkit uses four notifica- tion levels (unnoticeable, subtle, intrusive and disruptive), ranging from an almost imperceptible visual change to a clear and visually saliant change. We describe AwToolkit’s six widgets, which have been designed for C# developers, and the design of a user study with an application oriented towards healthcare environments. The evaluation results re- veal a marked increase in user awareness in comparison to the same application implemented without AwToolkit.

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