PhD. Mariluz Guenaga is lecturer at the Engineering Faculty since 1998 and director of DeustoTech Learning research group (2011), associated to DeustoTech – Deusto Institute of Technology, University of Deusto in Bilbao, SPAIN. She obtained her PhD with the thesis “Integral Accessibility of Digital Resource Centers for People with Visual Disability”. Her research interests focus on the innovative use of technology in education, learning analytics and game-based learning.

Email:  mlguenaga[at]


Javi García-Zubia

Prof. Javier García-Zubia is professor (2011) at Engineering Faculty at the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Spain) since 1989. He obtained his PhD in 1996 with the thesis “Camp-DEUSTO computational method for simplifying boolean functions. Development and implementation”. He is Project Manager of the WebLab-Deusto Research Group and his research interests are remote laboratories, electronic programmable devices and social digital books.

Email: zubia[at]

PhD. Pablo Garaizar is lecturer at the University of Deusto’s Faculty of Engineering (Bilbao, Spain) since 2003. He works as a researcher at the DeustoTech Learning research unit of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Deusto, and directs projects that explore new ways of using Information and Communication Technologies to enhance learning at Catedra Telefónica-Deusto since 2010. His research interests include Internet based research, Social Network Sites (SNS), web development and associative learning. His work has been published in journals that combine Computer Engineering and Psychology such as Behavior Research Methods.

Email: garaizar[at]



Andoni Eguíluz researcher at DeustoTech Learning and lecturer at Engineering Faculty at the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Spain) since 1991. Graduate in Computer Science Engineering, best year’s record (UD), 1991. Fellow of the Advanced Study Program of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT, USA), 1996. Teaching subjects related to computer programming, software development & design, games, multimedia and compilers. Actually researching and working on projects related to technology & audiovisual contents oriented to education, games, multimedia, audiovisual & web accessibility, technology & innovation. He has been director and researcher on a number of software projects regarding games, serious games, accesibility, multimedia, web, 3d, user interaction, graphical interfaces, compiling environments, compiler generators, etc.

Email: andoni.eguiluz[at]

Olga Dziabenko is researcher and project manager at DeustoTech Learning. Her research skills and interests include e-courses’ architecture, innovative e-learning scenarios and collaborative learning. She has influenced several European projects in the frame of Cordis and Lifelong Learning Programme as a coordinator, e-learning researcher, instructional designer, and developer of online learning tools. Olga received M.Sc. in Physics (1987) from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (University), Russia, with specialization in “Physical and Quantum Electronics”. The title of her thesis is “Flash photolysis of iodides in the presence of quenching gases in iodine photodissociation laser”.

Email: olga.dziabenko[at]



Alex Rayón is researcher at DeustoTech Learning. He works as lecturer at the Industrial Technologies Department in the Engineering Faculty at Universidad de Deusto (Bilbao, Spain) since 2009. Software Engineer, Industrial Engineer and Grad of Human Resources, is currently writing his thesis “Learning Analytics for Competence Assessment in Mobile Learning Contexts”. Alex is also ICT-teaching coordinator within the Quality and Innovation Technical Unit of the University of Deusto.

Email: alex.rayon[at]

Iratxe Menchaca got a degree in Pedagogy at the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Spain) in 2005. She is research assistant at DeustoTech Learning since 2011 and works on the educational design of learning objects and as pedagogical consultant in several projects such as SG4Edu, ClipFlair and Open Educational Resources for the Basque Government. Her research areas include innovative use of technology in education, learning analytics, instructional design, competence assessment, and the integration of games and mobile devices in education. She has experience as educational consultant, on-line tutor and responsible for the management, programming and evaluation of sociocultural activities.

Email: iratxe.mentxaka[at]



Cristian Olivares-Rodríguez is a professor at Andres Bello University (Santiago, Chile) since 2009. He is a Computer Scientist at Catholic University of Concepción (Concepción, Chile, 2006) with a specialization in pattern recognition applied to documents categorisation. Also, he obtained a Master in Computer Vision and Artificial Intelligence at Autonomous University of Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain, 2010) related to textures analysis. He is interested on modelling of human behavior by means of patterns recognition, with applications in education and in heuristic problems. At the moment he is developing his PhD. at DeustoTech Learning.

Email: colivares[at]

Eneko Cruz is studying Computer Science at the university of Deusto and Mathematics at the National University of Distance Education (UNED). Since September 2014 he collaborates as a Scholar in DeustoTech Learning research team. His main interests are information security (He holds a OSCP Certification from Offensive Security), mathematics and computer vision.

Email: eneko.cruz[at] 


Ekaitz Polledo is studying a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Engineering at the University of Deusto. Since January 2015 he collaborates as a Scholar in DeustoTech Learning research team and he is involved in the development of a Serious Game to develop and assess teamwork competency.

Email: ekaitz.polledo[at]

PhD. Pablo Orduña is a researcher and project manager at DeustoTech – Internet, where he works since 2007, and actively collaborates with DeustoTech – Learning. He finished his PhD in 2013, which was focused on scaling up the number of users of remote laboratories, having led the design and development of the WebLab-Deusto software system since October 2004. As part of this work, he was awarded with the MIT TR35 Spain 2012, which recognize the work of top 10 young Spanish innovators under 35 years, as well as invited as a guest speaker in the Singularity University in Silicon Valley. He has been a visiting researcher in both the MIT (Boston, 6 weeks, 2011) and UNED (Madrid, 6 weeks, 2012). He has co-authored over one hundred contributions in journals, conferences and books.

Email: pablo_orduna[at]



BA. Susana Romero is lecturer at the Department of Industrial Technologies at the Engineering Faculty since 1997 (University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain) and the person in charge of the laboratories. Her academic activity focus on projects and events about electronics and microcontrollers. She collaborates with DeustoTech Learning in educational projects. She is developing her PhD at DeustoTech Learning in the areas of Learning Analytics applied to Remote Laboratories.

Email: sromeroyesa[at]

BA. Ignacio Angulo. Graduated in Computer Engineering at the University of Deusto in 1997. Founding partner of the company “Ingeniería de Microsistemas Programados SL” dedicated to the design and manufacture of development systems based on microprocessors. Since October 2002 is working at the University of Deusto, where he teaches courses integrated in the Department of Industrial Technologies. He is currently studying PhD inside the Remote Laboratories Research Line. He has participated in projects in the area of ITS and remote control and tele-maintenance. He has also collaborated in writing 6 books focusing on the design of microcontroller-based systems published by McGraw Hill or Thomson Learning Publishing. In March 2008 he joined Deusto Intitute of Technology within the Mobility research team.

Email: ignacio.angulo[at]