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Didac Gil de la Iglesia

Didac Gil is a Research Associate at Linnaeus University (LNU) since June 2014.
He holds a PhD in Computer Science, with specialization in Media Technology from Linnaeus University, a Master Degree in Mobile Communications from the Politechnical University in Barcelona (UPC). His research focuses on technical aspects related to mobile collaborative systems by the share of resources between mobile devices and Tangible User Interfaces. Currently, Didac is using Agent-based approaches for resource and service share between mobile devices and self-adaptive mechanisms to provide quality assurances.

Didac has been previously working as a teacher at the On-line University in Catalunya (UOC). He has also worked as a IT Security service leader designing and being part of the development team in artificial intelligence applications. During his work in this direction, distributed computing and collaboration tools have been central components of the architecture design.

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D. Gil de La Iglesia, H. Sollervall, J. Zbick, Y. R. Delgado, and C. Sirvent Mazarico, “Combining Web and Mobile technologies to Support Sustainable Activity Design in Education,” in Proceedings of the Orchestrated Collaborative Classroom Workshop 2015, 2015, pp. 1–4.

Sollervall, H., Gil de la Iglesia, D. (2015) Designing a didactical situation with mobile and web technologies. In Proc. of 9th Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education (CERME9) .

Gil de la Iglesia, D., Weyns, D. (2015) MAPE-K Formal Templates to Rigorously Design Behaviors for Self-Adaptive Systems. ACM Trans. Autonom. Adapt. Syst. X, X, Article X, 28 pages. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/0000000.0000000

Gil de la Iglesia, D. (2014) A Formal Approach for Designing Distributed Self-Adaptive Systems. Linnaeus University Dissertations. Nº 171/2014. 275 pages. ISBN: 978-91-87427-85-5

Yeray Real-Delgado, Didac Gil de la Iglesia, Nuno Otero. Exploring the potential of mobile technology for creating music collaboratively (2014). Proceedings of V Workshop on Ubiquitous Music. pp. 15-16

Gil de la Iglesia, D., Calderon, J.F., Weyns, D., Milrad, M., Nussbaum, M. (2014) A Self-Adaptive Multi-Agent System Approach for Collaborative Mobile Learning. Transactions on Learning Technologies DOI: 10.1109/TLT.2014.2367493

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