Some companies and institutions with whom we have collaborated:


We defined attachment to virtual and intangible objects and possessions. The interest of the project was to know if people would develop emotional attachment to objects and virtual possessions, similar to what it happens with physical possessions. The final goal of the project was to develop applications that would facilitate the development of this attachment to virtual objects.


We were involved in a project on technological innovation funded by the Ministry of Industry. The project whose acronym was Mio! was aimed at designing technology that allows providing ubiquitous services in intelligent environments and adapted to each individual and its context, using the mobile terminal as a basis for interaction with both services provided by companies, as with micraservices created and provided by the users themselves in mobility. For more information click on the link below:

Project Cenitmio


We are currently involved in the development of two different projects: AIRPORTS and AUTOPACE. The former applies to the the development of a computational model to measure and predict the mental workload that an air traffic controller supports in her/his work. The latter  will stick on the key aspects of the human performance in a highly automated ATM system to allow the identification of the competences and training that maximises automation benefits.


We worked on the design and developement of  systems to help car drivers driving safely. Our work consisted in analyzing, improving and designing the human and ergonomic factors of these systems. For what, we carry out empirical investigations in driving simulators.


Our collaboration consisted in continuing the work we did in CIDAUT.


We collaborated in the development of a telediagnosis system, which had the function of diagnosing possible skin diseases in users living in no-hospital areas. It has been calculated that an early diagnosis can solve many skin problems, hence, the difficulty of accessing frequent health check-ups by a large part of the population motivated the study.

Junta de Andalucía

We were involved in several projects financed by “Junta de Andalucía” on different areas. For example, the design of communication systems for autistic children or research on risk behavior in the workplace.

Ministry of Defence – Government of Spain

We worked on the definition of command style in the hierarchy of the army. Our work consisted in evaluating the effects of augmented reality technology on command style at different levels of armys’ hierarchy.

Ministry of Education and Science – Government of Spain

We were involved in several projects financed by the Ministry of Education and Science of Spain. For example, programming psychology or psychological models of hypertext and hypermedia systems.