Sergio González

Sergio González Martínez received the official Engineer degree in Computer Science Engineering in 2015 from University of Zaragoza (Universidad de Zaragoza - UniZar), and a Master in Biomedical Engineering in 2016 from Technical University of Madrid (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid - UPM) both in Spain. During his undergraduate studies, in 2013, he enrolled in an exchange program at the University of Rhode Island, in United States of America.

He has developed some projects based on Android platform, like his final degree project aimed at providing some tools to students to learn how to develop databases, and projects related to medical e-learning applications. The purpose of his final master dissertation was the development of and interactivity module for the authoring tool AMELIE, which is a medical e-learning applications that allows for the creation of enhanced-video based didactic contents, which allows to design the activity flow in terms of the interactions carried out by the user.

He is currently a researcher at Life Supporting Technologies Group (LST) in UPM, Spain, where he is developing and Android application with the aim of improving clinical knowledge and self-management of psychopathological depressive symptoms as comorbidity in patients with severe primary diseases such as cancer, myocardial infarction, kidney failure and leg amputation. He is currently working in Nevermind project