Workshops

WORKSHOP 1: USES AND ABUSES OF THE TECHNOLOGY: HOW TO EVALUATE, PREVENT AND INTERVENE WITH PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

In the workshop, we address the appropriate uses, excessive and inappropriate of the technology for people with disabilities. Students are taught to use issues related to the control of health and it describes the consequences of addiction or pathological use of cell phones and internet, as well as what happens when technologies are employed to harass the other people (cyber bullying). Examples are provided to develop research and applied works focused on the use of technology, to promote appropriate and healthy uses and prevent inappropriate and unhealthy uses.

Instructors:

PhD. Cristina Jenaro Río – Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

Cristina Jenaro Río is a Professor of the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment of the Faculty of the University of Salamanca. She is the director of this Department since 2012. She is also the director of the Master’s Degree in General Psychology at the University of Salamanca. Cristina is a Doctor Honoris Causa by the University of Mendoza (Argentina). She has directed (or codirected) 32 doctoral defended theses and 103 final degree Works, thesis projects and master’s final works. She has 127 publications in journals and 89 publications in books or book chapters. She has also participated in 80 research projects and 26 projects of teaching innovation and has made 382 presentations in congresses. Her research lines are related to disability, anthropology, health, quality of life, quality of work life, attitudes, transitions to adult life and inclusion.

 

PhD. Noelia Flores Robaina – Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

Noelia Flores Robaina, is a professor in the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment of the Faculty of Psychology from the Universidad de Salamanca. She is a licensed General Health Psychologist since 2015 and has more than 15 years of professional experience in this field. She is a researcher at the Instituto Universitario de Integración en la Comunidad (INICO) and a member of the Research Group on Disability Research recognized by the University of Salamanca since 2015. She has 67 publications in indexed journals and 33 publications in books or book chapters. She has participated in 32 research projects or contracts and in 14 teaching innovation projects and has made 206 presentations in congresses. His lines of research are related to disability, health, psychosocial risks, quality of working life, caregivers and inclusion.

Date: November 29th
Time: 09h00 thru 13h00
Duration: 4 hours
Registration time: 08h30
Venue: Auditorio, D building, 1st floor.
Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
Robles 107 y Chambers, Guayaquil, Ecuador


WORKSHOP 2: PHOTOVOLTAIC GENERATION AND ITS INTEGRATION INTO INTELLIGENT NETWORKS

This workshop will address the following contents:
1. Overview of the photovoltaic generation: isolated systems and systems connected to the network
2. The photovoltaic panels, features and models
3. DC-DC conversion and energy storage system
4. DC-AC conversion
5. Coupling to the mains supply
6. Isolated Systems

Instructor:

PhD. José Manuel Aller Castro, Venezuela

He earned his bachelor degree of Electrical Engineer, Cum Laude, at Simón Bolívar University of Venezuela and he is a Master in Electrical Engineering from University of the same country. In 1993, he graduated as a Doctor in Electrical Power Systems, Cum Laude at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. In his 37 years of academic activities has focused on the area of the conversion of Electrical Energy and Power Electronics. In 2006 he received the award for excellence in the teaching profession Procter & Gamble and the Biennial Award for the Best Book of text in the area of Applied Science awarded by the University Simón Bolívar. He has published more than 120 scientific and technical articles in refereed journals and international conferences. Since 2016, he is a professor at the Salesian Polytechnic University at headquarters Cuenca in the career of Electrical Engineering.

Date: November 29th
Time: 14h00 thru 18h00
Duration: 4 hours
Registration time: 13h30
Venue: Sala de Usos Múltiples, D building, 1st floor.
Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
Robles 107 y Chambers, Guayaquil, Ecuador


 

WORKSHOP 3: THE RESEARCH IN THE DIGITAL AGE: KEY TO THE STUDY OF THE HUMAN BEHAVIOR

The Technologies of Information and Communication (ICT) offer new challenges in terms of performance, not only individual and social level, but also in the personal and professional level. In this respect, ICTs offer opportunities in different contexts: political, social, cultural and educational, favoring the process of teaching and learning and of course the need for research. In this workshop we will try to make an approach applied based on the following points:
– Principles of the use of ICT in the behavioral sciences.
– Evaluation through the creation of online questionnaires in research.
– Main models of adoption of ICT and other inherent variables in the process.

Instructor:

PhD. Carmen Moret Tatay – Universidad Católica de Valencia, Spain

Degree in psychology and a PhD cum laude in Mathematics. She is a professor and researcher at the Catholic University of Valencia, San Vicente Mártir, performing at the same time, coordination of international relations of the Faculty of Psychology and the research group MEB Lab (Mind, Emotion and Behavioral Research Laboratory) at the same University. In addition, she is member of the panel of evaluators and external experts of SEPIE (Spanish service for the internalization of the education) within the Erasmus program +. Researcher of prestige with a big number of research stays in the USA, Brazil, Portugal and France.

Date: November 29th
Time: 09h00 thru 13h00
Duration: 4 hours
Registration time: 08h30
Venue: Computer Lab, D building, 3rd floor.
Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
Robles 107 y Chambers, Guayaquil, Ecuador


WORKSHOP 4: EDITORIAL PROCESS FOR THE INDEXING OF SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS TO SCOPUS

Contents:

Dimensions of the scientific journal

  • Organ of diffusion
  • Axis of discussion
  • State of the art
  • Voice of a scientific community

New technologies applied to scientific communication

  • XML and its standardization
  • Reading Formats
  • Visibility, dissemination and scope

Today and challenges of the scientific journal, new approaches

  • Traditional editorial process vs. automatic Formats
  • Periodicity
  • Priorities and future vision

Instructor:

Moisés Moreno, Consultant Scopus Elsevier, Mexico

Cyber Engineer and in Computing Systems with excellence by La Salle University. Master in Finance of Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. He worked in the company Thomson Reuters as a consultant. He currently serves as a consultant in Elsevier in the area of Research Intelligence; he is responsible for the region Latin American north.

 

 

Date: November 29th
Time: 09h00 thru 13h00
Duration: 4 hours
Registration time: 08h30
Venue: Sala de Usos Múltiples, D building, 1st floor.
Universidad Politécnica Salesiana
Robles 107 y Chambers, Guayaquil, Ecuador


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