Mar Pérez-Sanagustín (Principal Investigator) is Associate Professor at the Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III and the Laboratory IRIT, as well as associate researcher at the PontificiaUniversidad Católica de Chile. From 2011 to 2014 she worked at GAST, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) and as a teacher at the Department of Telematics Engineering, where she was a Post-Doctoral Fellow. She was awarded a PhD in Information and Communication Technologies in 2011 by the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, within the TIDE research group obtaining the cum laude grade with European Mention.

André Tricot (LASER Associate Researcher) is a Full Professor at the Université Paul Valéry Montpelier III and researcher at the Epsylon laboratory. André, psychologist, has long trajectory in the field of learning sciences. His main research have focussed on investigating learning and information seeking with digital documents, from a cognitive and ergonomic point of view. He is also interested in cognitive load theory, human factors and Human Computers Interaction.  

Julien Broisin (LASER Associate Researcher)  is Associate Professor (HDR) at the Université Paul Sabatier de Toulouse and reseracher at the laboratory IRIT, where he is responsible of the Application Domain e-Education. After obtaining his PhD in Informatics at the Université Paul Sabatier, Julien has been researching in the are of educational technologies. His main research interests are computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL), learning programming and competency-based systems. Currently he also works at the COMPER ANR Project. 

Esteban Villalobos (LASER PhD Student)  is PhD Student at the Université Paul Sabatier de Toulouse and researcher at the laboratory IRIT. He’s work in the project will be to study how students’ self-regulate in hybrid learning scenarios and define the analytical frameworks and tools to do so. Esteban got his degree in Mathematical Engineering and his M.Sc. in Computer Sciences at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He spent one semester at the University of California (Berkeley, USA)

International Collaborators

René Kizilcec is an Assistant Professor of Information Science and field member in Physics at Cornell University, where he directs the Future of Learning Lab. He studies the use and impact of technology in formal and informal learning environments (college classes, online degree programs, mobile learning, professional development, MOOCs, and middle/high school classrooms, etc.) and scalable interventions to broaden participation and reduce achievement gaps.

Isabel Hilliger  is the Associate Director for Assessment and Evaluation at the School of Engineering in Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC-Chile). Isabel received a Ph.D. degree in Engineering Sciences from PUC-Chile (Computer Science field), and a Master’s degree in Politics, Organization and Leadership Studies from Stanford Graduate School of Education.  Her research focuses on the development of processes for the continuous improvement of higher education curricula in Latin America, using analytical tools centered on the needs of managers, teaching staff, and students.

Jorge Maldonado Mahauad is an adjunct professor at the Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador. He is Coordinator of the Learning Analytics Community in Latin America and was awarded a PhD in Computer Science in 2019 from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He has directed projects at an institutional and national level in Ecuador related to the use of computer technologies in the classroom and has participated as a researcher in the international projects Erasmus + MOOC Maker, Erasmus + LALA, and Fondecyt- Chile. His research interests are related to MOOC, self-regulated learning, blended learning, process mining, and learning analytics.