Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM) is the oldest and largest Spanish technological university as well as a renowned European institution. The dynamism of R+D+I activity at the UPM, together with the transfer of knowledge to society, is among its lines of strategy. Under FP7, UPM currently holds 51 Marie Curie projects and has employed 48 fellow researchers. Life Supporting Technologies (LifeSTech) is a research, development and innovation group at UPM’s Telecommunications Engineering School (ETSIT). The group is part of Madrid’s Moncloa Campus of International Excellence. It is one of the main Spanish research groups in the field of e-Health.
María Fernanda Cabrera is a Telecommunication Engineer, with a PhD in Biomedical engineering, working as Associate Professor at ETSIT UPM. She is the Innovation Director of LifeSTech and works as project coordinator and technical manager in different EU and national projects. She is the author of more than 100 scientific papers in national and international journals in the fields of e-Inclusion, e-Health, adaptive interfaces and user modeling.