Miguel Ángel Conde
Universidad de León, Spain
Dr. Conde got his MSc (2008) and PhD (2012) from Universidad de Salamanca (Spain). He worked for GPM, a web development and multimedia company, on software development environments applied to education from 2002 till 2004. In 2005 he began working for Clay Formación Internacional R&D department where he was involved in different eLearning projects. From 2010 to 2012 he was researching at the University of Salamanca and also working there as a teacher. Now he works as an Associate Professor at the University of León, that he joined in 2013. He is a member of the Robotics research group of the University of León and GRIAL research group of the University of Salamanca. His PhD thesis was focused on the merging of informal, non-formal and formal environments. He has published more than 100 papers about different topics such as eLearning, Service Oriented Architectures, Learning Analytics, Mobile Learning, Human-Computer Interaction, Educational Robotics, etc. From them, 70 are indexed papers and 18 non indexed (52 indexed in jcr, 14 indexed in scopus and 4 in other indexes). In addition, he has published 5 books, 20 book chapters, 112 international conference papers and 10 national contributions (54 indexed). He has participated in 29 research projects and currently is the coordinator from the university of León of the project.
Currently he is the researcher of the University of León in the thematic network SNOLA (Spanish Network of Learning Analytics).
In January 2020 the researcher has been recognized with a six-year research period and in January of 2021 of a second one. In the last 10 years Dr. Conde has been the advisor of two thesis in the PhD Program “Programa de Doctorado en Formación en la Sociedad del Conocimiento” from the University of Salamanca and it is currently the advisor three more in the PhD program “Ingeniería de Producción y Computación” from the university of León.
13 works indexed in the first quarter of JCR and other 39 JCR indexed papers.
H-index: 20 y 1711 cites (scopus); H-index: 18 y 1256 cites (Publons – Web of Science); H-index: 47 and 7471 cites from Google Scholar (https://scholar.google.es/citations?user=arTN2ogAAAAJ)