September 27-October 2nd, 2019 

Cancún Q.R.

 

The Speakers

Prof. Wilfrido Moreno

Wilfrido A. Moreno, Ph.D., Professor,

Associate Professor 

Department of Electrical Engineering

University of South Florida (1993)
Office: ENB 254 | Phone: (813) 974-4775 Email: wmoreno@usf.edu

 

Education Director for the Ibero American Science and Technology Educational Consortium at USF,

USF-ISTEC).

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=YOJYjOsAAAAJ&hl=en

  • EFFICIENTE & EFFECTIVE CURRICULAR DEVELOPMENT FOR A XXI CENTURY SOCIETY.

  • SOCIAL ASPECTS.

  • LEADERSHIP

  • ENTREPEUNERSHIP

  • STUDENT SELF MANAGMENT.

  • MICRODIPLOMAS (CERTIFICATION)

 

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2019 LAOP Conferencistas

Suggestions

sandra.gesing@nd.edu

https://engineering.nd.edu/profiles/sgesing

Research Associate Professor

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Research Associate Professor 
College of Engineering

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=0U8U6t0AAAAJ&hl=th

  • SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL HORIZON VOR VIRTUAL RDI

  • EXPERIENCE & EXAMPLES

  • AVAILABLE SISTEMS & CHARACTERISTICS

  • EMBEDDING EDUCATION

  • PERSPECTIVES

 

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Prof. Sandra  Gesing

VIRTUAL RDI


Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Dpto. Ing. Telemática
Despacho 4.1.F06

Av. Universidad, 30

28911 Leganés, Madrid 

Spain

mbibanez@it.uc3m.es

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=0xwP96cAAAAJ&hl=en

 

DRA. Maria Elena Chavez Echeagaray

Lecturer in Academic and Student Affairs, CIDSE

Researcher in ANGLE and iLUX Labs, CIDSE
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering

Arizona State University

helenchavez@asu.edu

https://www.academia.edu/524526/ABE_An_Agent-Based_Software_Architecture_for_a_Multimodal_Emotion_Recognition_Framework

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=UsRDbz8AAAAJ&hl=en

DR. Javier Gonzalez Sanchez

Faculty Assoc

School of Computing, Informatics, and Decision Systems Engineering

javiergs@asu.edu

https://javiergs.engineering.asu.edu/

https://javiergs.engineering.asu.edu/research/

AMT –Affective Meta-Tutor.

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=mSoiXbIAAAAJ&hl=en

 

DR. CARLOS ALBERTO REYES GARCÍA 

 INAOE

Teléfono: +52 (222) 2663100 Ext: 8315

Correo Electrónico: kargaxxi@inaoep.mx

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=8Erz33MAAAAJ&hl=en

 

DRA. LUCIA BARRON ESTRADA

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CULIACÁN

CIENCIAS DE LA COMPUTACIÓN

E-Mail: lbarron@itculiacan.edu.mx

Tel: (667)713-38-04 Ext. 1335

https://itculiacan.edu.mx/m/?nav=sistemas&seleccion=nucleo&profesor=lucia

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ePyO1fAAAAAJ&hl=en

 

DR. RAMON ZATARAIN CABADA

INSTITUTO TECNOLÓGICO DE CULIACÁN

CIENCIAS DE LA COMPUTACIÓN

E-Mail: 

http://itculiacan.edu.mx/posgrados/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Curriculum-Dr.-Ramon-Zatarain.pdf

 

https://scholar.google.com.mx/citations?user=D4ucy5MAAAAJ&hl=en

 

DRA. MARÍA YASMÍN HERNÁNDEZ PÉREZ.

Instituto Nacional de Electricidad y Energías Limpias yasmin.hernandez@ineel.mx 

 

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=DXOWPDcAAAAJ&hl=en

  • A HORIZON OF VIRTUAL S&T LEARNING

  • HIGHER EDUCATION

  • THE LAB EXPERIENCE

  • BASIC EDUCATION

  • GOING FROM AWARENEES, UNDERSTANDING AND FORMALIZATION

  • UNDERSTANDING AND TRAINNING

 

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HUMAN-MACHINE INTERACTION 

 

THE PERSPECTIVE OF DEVELOPING AN EFECTIVE ON LINE TRAINING

 

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THE ICT LEARNING EXPERIENCE

 

 

 

 

 

 

INDUSTRY VIRTUAL TRAINING EXPERIENCE

María Blanca Ibañez

THE EXPERIENCE OF TEACHING  SCIENCES ON LINE

 

Program.

September 27-October 2nd, 2019 

  • WM=Prof. Wilfrido Moreno

  • SG=Prof. Sandra  Gesing

  • MBI=María Blanca Ibáñez

  • MECE=DRA. María Elena Chávez Echegaray

  • JGS=DR. Javier González Sánchez

  • CARG=DR. CARLOS ALBERTO REYES GARCÍA 

  • LBE=DRA. LUCIA BARRON ESTRADA

  • RZC=DR. RAMON ZATARAIN CABADA

  • MYHP=DRA. MARÍA YASMÍN HERNÁNDEZ PÉREZ.

About the 2019 LAOP Workshop.

The Optical Society of America (OSA) created The Latin American Optics & Photonics organization with  “The explicit objective to promote Optics and Photonics regional activities in Latin America that enhance their development and impact on regional countries and communities. As such, they are partially heir to independent activities that were carried out at the national level”. As such, it was trusted to its OSA Latin American Leadership of the Publications and International Committees. Fully aware of our regional characteristics and needs, they have organized conferences1 and workshops. In particular the workshops have been organized as often as possible on their own or as satellites to Conferences. As such, it is worthwhile to point out that the first one, in 2010, was held as a satellite to a IEEE topical conference on Novel Waveguiding, Structures and Phenomena. For us is an honor, and part of our initial commitments, to held this one in collaboration with the 2019 Riao / Optilas / MOPM Conference2 and the Mexican Academy of Optics. These workshops have been organized in Topical and Education modalities, each one of them focusing on specific needs and characteristics of our young communities. The aim of the LAOP topics is to entice young researchers and advanced graduate students to the frontier fields in optics and photonics, to create a bridge with the world leaders and use the great opportunities available in the CONACyT and SEP scholarships systems to pursue RDI internships and graduate studies abroad. The LAOP RDI&ET workshops focus on Research, Development and Innovation (RDI) and Education & Training (ET) structural problems of our Latin American Communities. Please notice, this is not a workshop on education but it is a workshop on how to learn new enabling scientific technologies, in particular Optics and Photonics,  and organize RDI in a virtual scheme.

In Latin America, Optics & Photonics (OP) has characteristic features, often shared with other new scientific enabling technologies. We have a few RDI centers and a vast dispersion of university young researchers, as university professors, but hardly departments or RDI OP groups able to provide a thorough specialized ET. RDI centers provide graduate programs while universities usually provide BS. programs but exceptionally OP BS programs. In industrial terms, there are few specialized industries but there is already a demand for specific technical needs due to the widespread OP use; that have called for alternative industry education and training (ET) solutions. From the RDI point of view, it is quite important to create a bridge between that RDI capabilities and the young talent at the universities; in a RDI environment where their professors are an integral part. On the other hand, while our countries are not Scientific and Technology (S&T) leaders, there is evidence of a young popular attraction on advanced new technologies and therefore the need for technological grassroots approaches for an effective early reach out. Nowadays with the Information and communications technologies (ICT), those RDI and ET weakness becomes a unique collaboration opportunity and that is the topic of the 2019 LAOP workshop; virtual practice and experiences on RDI with embedded ET. That calls for a collaborative approach that enhances the quality, effectiveness and attractiveness of all and each program for the benefit of their students; the aim is to engage all the participants in competitive RDI with scaled up perspectives and to participate in the benefits of specialized ET without taxing them with an extraordinary workload. Our early regional concerns on ET have been partially explored in past ETOP conferences3 where topics such as the use of ICT, remote laboratories and industry related technical micro diplomas has been discussed. This RDI&ET LAOP workshop is the 3rd one, of a series that have explored on line ET solutions and popular international schemes. Therefore this workshop convenes those professionals interested in S&T ET, virtual ET and RDI and related, in particular in OP.

As it has been customary in past LAOP workshops, we dedicate them to leaders who have pursued those ideals. In this case we would like to dedicate this one to three leaders that foresee Science, Technology and Humanities as a whole for our societies well being. They are the late Prof. Alfonso Lombana who was an early promoter of OP Technological education at a very critical time at Colombia, Dr. Sergio Martínez Romo (http://drsergiomr.blogspot.com/) an education expert that perceived the symbiotic education technology change and Dra. Angelica Muñoz Melendez who foresee new humanistic perspectives of robotics. (https://ccc.inaoep.mx/directorio/investigadores/munoz.php).

 

1.- https://www.osapublishing.org/conference.cfm?meetingid=117

2.- https://www.riao.org.mx/optilas_2019/

3.-  https://spie.org/education/education-outreach-resources/etop-conference/etop-proceedingsç

4.- https://www.spiedigitallibrary.org/conference-proceedings-of-spie/3831

Posters preparation.

Attendants are invited to submit a poster describing related to the Workshop topics. A workshop commission will select the best to be published (?). In case of acceptance, the submission comprises the agreement of all authors that the abstract can be published (?) and on the conference website.

 
 

COSTS AND EXPENSES

  1. There is no workshop fee 

  2. If you attend at your expense, please register at the hotel and at the event. You will find the hotel and meal expenses at a preferential rate below.

  3. There is a limited number of scholarships, thanks to the generosity of DGESU-SEP. That includes lodging at a shared double room, breakfast and lunch.

  • This is personal assignation and by no means can be transferred to third person nor a personal invited. 

  • Attendance to the workshop session is a requirement for this scholarship.

  • If you want to have a room of your own, please let us know at the registration page and pay the cost directly at the hotel. A delay in letting us know will produce an additional expense and may be refused.

  • There is a contractual and mandatory tip charge that is not supported by DGESU-SEP and will be charged directly to you. A Copy of your payment will be included in our financial report to demonstrate it.

   4. Please register and comply with your reserved workshops days. If you                       would like to stay longer or day in advance, please let us know  and the  hotel         will  make you  available  our special rates.

 

 
 

Transportation to & From.

Transportation from and to the airport to Cancun :

  • Hotel shuttle to the Cancun Airport.

 

 https://www.espanol.marriott.com/hotels/fact-sheet/travel/cuncy-courtyard-cancun-airport/   

  • Transportation from and to the airport (another; see expected fee)

https://www.espanol.marriott.com/hotels/fact-sheet/travel/cuncy-courtyard-cancun-airport/ 

 

Transportation back and fort  from Cancun airport to Cancun City (and other places):

  • ADO Bus     

https://mexicoautobuses.com/aeropuertos/aeropuerto-de-cancun.html

 

  •  Taxi to Cancún Dowtown: 400.00 pesos (20 US Dlls.)
     

 

Public transportation to the hotel from Cancun Downtown:

  • Central de abastos

  • Universidad tecnológica UT

  • universidad La Salle

  • Universidad Anáhuac

 

Committees

 

Sponsors

LAOP Mexican Committee

Dr. J. Javier Sánchez Mondragón Chair

Dr. Miguel Torres Cisneros

Dr. Daniel May Arrioja

Dr. Elder de la Rosa

 

LAOP Workshop organizing Committee

J. Jesus Escobedo Alatorre (UAEM)

Pedro Marquez Aguilar (UAEM)

Miguel Basurto (UAEM)

Rafael Guzman (UGto)

David Sanchez de la Llave (INAOE)

The 2019 LAOP workshop was supported by DGESU-SEP

 

Additional support

·INAOE

·Universidad de Guanajuato

·Universidad Autónoma de Morelos

·COVEICYDET: Consejo Veracruzano de Investigación Cientifica y Desarrollo Tecnologíco

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