Diego Fernando Restrepo Duque

Diego Fernando Restrepo Duque

Diego Fernando Restrepo Duque

Diego Fernando Duque: Electrical Engineer, Technologist in Electronics, Technologist in Information Systems and Master’s Degree in Automatic Digital Systems (Universidad del Valle). Specialized in the evaluation of distance education in virtual environments (University of Granada Spain). Currently Professor at the Santiago de Cali University and Director of the Department of Information Technology and Communications – ICT. Lines of research: digital systems and education in virtual environments. Yana Saint-Priest Velásquez: Systems Engineer from the Universidad del Norte. Master’s degree in Computer Systems Engineering from Universidad de los Andes and a Specialist in Evaluation in Virtual Learning Environments at  University of Granada, Spain. 20 years of experience as a professional, software developer and architect and 15 years as a university teacher. She currently works as full-time professor at Santiago de Cali University. Her area of interest apart from programming are Artificial Intelligence and Digital Image Processing. Patricia Segovia: Degree in Commerce and Accounting (Universidad Mariana). Specialist in Computing Teaching (Universidad Mariana Agreement and Antonio Nariño University Corporation). Master’s degree in Engineering emphasis in Systems Engineering and Computer Science (Universidad del Valle). Specialized in the evaluation of distance education in virtual environments: innovative perspectives, strategies and instruments (University of Granada, Spain). Lines of research in ICT: Training, Pedagogy and Didactics, and ICT and Development and Technological Innovation. Currently Coordinator of the Engineering Faculty at the Santiago de Cali University. Diego Fernando Loaiza Buitrago: Engineer in Computer Science with a Master’s degree in Engineering from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Cali. 10 years experience in development of commercial software (front-end, back-end) and almost 6 years experience on research and teaching. Full-time lecturer at Universidad Santiago de Cali, with lectures on Algorithms and Programming (1 and 2) and Web-Oriented Programming, and lecturer at the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Cali, in the areas of introduction to the development of video games and Artificial intelligence for videogames. His main areas of interest are: software development, programming languages, interfaces design and development, videogame design and development, multimodal human-computer interaction.