@inbook{
author={Fuentes Lorenzo,Damaris and Gómez,Juan M. and García Crespo,Ángel},
editor={Rech,Jörg and Decker,Björn and Ras,Eric},
year={2008},
month={May},
title={CoolWikNews: More than Meet the Eye in the XXI Century Journalism},
series={Emerging Technologies for Semantic Work Environments: Techniques, Methods, and Applications},
publisher={Information Science Reference, IGI Global},
address={Germany},
pages={69-83},
abstract={ In the middle forties, Vannevar Bush predicted some of the current collaborative Web technologies such as wiki environments. However, Bush also foresaw the problems arisen when the amount of information starts growing without a clear structure, far away from the actual computer capabilities to take benefit of it. In this proposal, we present a new and promising collaborative vision based on the Semantic Web, particularly for those wiki environments devoted to journalism. We foster the potential of a semantically-enhanced working environment, also explaining how to extend and harness this project to other different wiki domains apart from news publishing. },
}

@article{
author={Gómez,Juan M. and Fuentes Lorenzo,Damaris and Han,Sung-Kook and García Crespo,Ángel},
year={2008},
title={SEBIO: A SEmantic BIOinformatics Platform for the New E-Science},
journal={Computing and Informatics},
volume={27},
number={1},
pages={37-52},
abstract={ Knowledge integration and exchange of data within and among organizations is a universally recognized need in bioinformatics and genomics research through the e-science field. The main problem looming over the lack of integration is the fact that the current Web is an environment primarily developed for human users and micro-array data resources lack of widely accepted standards, what leads to a tremendous data heterogeneity. Using semantic technologies as a key technology for interoperation of various datasets enables knowledge integration of the vast amount of biological and biomedical data. In this paper, we aim at providing a semantically-enhanced bioinformatics platform (SEBIO), which handles effectively these issues. We will describe the problems arisen and the solutions applied so far. For that, the SEBIO approach is unfolded and its main components explained, to see more in detail how it copes perfectly with the aforementioned difficulties. },
isbn={1335-9150},
}

@inproceedings{
author={Gómez,Juan M. and Fuentes,Damaris and Ruíz Mezcua,Belén and Park,Yeo-Sam and Chang,Ok-Bae and Han,Sung-Kook},
year={2007},
month={November 5-8},
title={Biometric Identity Information Integration with Semantics},
booktitle={Proceedings of the 33nd Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IECON 2007)},
location={Taipei, Taiwan},
pages={100-104},
url={http://www.ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?tp=&arnumber=4459917&isnumber=4459874}
abstract={
With the advent of online accessible biometric identity information, how to integrate such sensitive and massive data gathering information has become a fundamental issue. In the last years, cutting-edge biometric identity recognition based on multimodal fusion techniques has reached an important innovation peak, largely due to the maturity of the technology. However, the information on the Web still remains purely syntactic and scarce. As the semantic Web is maturing and data and information integration is growing, harnessing the synergy in both approaches can leverage the lack of widely-accepted standards by fostering the use of semantic Web technologies to represent, store and query metadata and data across bioinformatics datasets. In this paper, we present a semantically- enhanced approach for biometric identity information integration, eventually depicting the forthcomings of our approach. },
isbn={1553-572X/1-4244-0783-4},
}

@inproceedings{
author={Cuadra Sanchez,Antonio and Garces Garcia,Francisco and Fuentes Lorenzo,Damaris and Sanchez Fernandez,Luis and Reyes Ureña,Marcos},
year={2008},
month={October 29-31},
title={Plataforma de monitorización avanzada basada en tecnologías web},
booktitle={XVIII Jornadas Telecom I+D},
location={Bilbao, España},
abstract={
En la actualidad, tanto los operadores Telco como los proveedores de servicios disponen de sistemas de información que aglutinan contenidos muy valiosos, procedentes de plataformas de soporte al negocio y a operaciones que se encuentran desplegadas a lo largo de las diferentes redes subyacentes. Esta información se utiliza para propósitos muy diversos, en donde en ocasiones la gestión de tal cantidad de datos no está razonablemente optimizada. Sin embargo, la aplicación de nuevas tecnologías web –incluyendo los conceptos de web semántica- permitirán el manejo de la información existente de una forma eficiente. En este artículo se muestran las actividades de innovación realizadas en el ámbito de la supervisión de redes y servicios, en donde se han aplicado tecnologías web avanzadas sobre las herramientas tradicionales de monitorización mediante sondas no intrusivas de los servicios ofrecidos a clientes. Esta propuesta se ha materializado en un prototipo de supervisión de plataformas de IPTV (televisión sobre IP). },
}

@inproceedings{
author={Cuadra,Antonio and Garcés,Francisco and Reyes,Marcos and Cantera,José M. and Fuentes-Lorenzo,Damaris and Sánchez,Luis},
year={2008},
month={October 29-30},
title={Tecnologías Web Avanzadas para el Aseguramiento de la Calidad de Servicio},
booktitle={IV Jornadas Científico-Técnicas en Servicios Web y SOA},
location={Sevilla, España},
}

@article{
author={Fuentes Lorenzo,Damaris and Morato, Jorge and Gómez,Juan Miguel},
year={2009},
title={Knowledge Management in BiomedicalLibraries: A Semantic Web Approach},
journal={Information Systems Frontiers},
volume={11},
number={4},
pages={471-480},
abstract={ In recent years, technological advances in high-throughput techniques and efficient data gathering methods, coupled with a world-wide effort in computational biology, have resulted in an enormous amount of life science data available in repositories devoted to biomedical literature. These repositories lack the ability to attain an effective and accurate search. Using semantic technologies as the key for interoperation enables searching and processing of biomedical literature in a more efficient way. However, emerging semantic applications take for granted specific knowledge that biomedical researchers may not have. This paper presents design principles for easy-to-use biomedical semantic applications by means of ontology-based annotations and faceted search. The proposed approach is backed with a usable prototype that shows the breakthroughs of adding these principles to a biomedical digital library where identifying and searching information are critical aspects for non-semantic Web experts. },
doi={10.1007/s10796-009-9159-y},
}

@inproceedings{
author={Cuadra Sanchez,Antonio and Cutanda Rodriguez, Maria Del Mar and Reyes Ureña,Marcos and Cantera Fonseca,Jose M. and Garcés García,Francisco and Sánchez Fernández,Luis and Fuentes Lorenzo,Damaris},
year={2009},
month={September 3-5},
title={Service Monitoring Platform based on Advanced Web Technologies},
booktitle={48th FITCE Congress},
location={Prague (Czech Republic)},
}

@inproceedings{
author={Pardo,Abelardo and Estévez-Ayres,Iria and Basanta-Val,Pablo and Fuentes-Lorenzo,Damaris},
year={2010},
month={May 19-21},
title={A Process for Improving Course Quality based on Mid-semester Feedback},
booktitle={1st International Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, Reforming Education and Quality of Teaching (TECHEDUCA 2010)},
location={Athens, Greece},
}

@article{
author={Pardo,Abelardo and Estévez-Ayres,Iria and Basanta-Val,Pablo and Fuentes-Lorenzo,Damaris},
year={2010},
title={Course Quality Improvement using Mid-semester Feedback},
journal={International Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning},
volume={3},
number={4},
pages={366-376},
isbn={1753-5255},
abstract={ Quality control mechanisms are becoming more important in higher educational institutions. Student evaluation of teaching is typically used to obtain feedback from students about a learning experience but its effect in the course may take too long. Fast feedback mechanisms, in exchange, look at obtaining feedback in a way that corrective measures can be applied quickly. In this paper a process is described to obtain feedback from the students about a course, analyze the received results, and identify the most significant aspects. The process has been applied to a course and led to some adjustments that had immediate impact on the course. },
doi={10.1504/IJTEL.2011.041280},
}

@inproceedings{
author={Pardo,Abelardo and Estévez-Ayres,Iria and Basanta-Val,Pablo and Fuentes-Lorenzo,Damaris},
year={2010},
month={July 7-9},
title={Programación en C con aprendizaje activo, evaluación continua y trabajo en equipo: caso de estudio},
booktitle={XVI Jornadas de Enseñanza Universitaria de la Informática (JENUI 2010)},
location={Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain},
}

@inbook{
author={Fuentes-Lorenzo,Damaris and Sánchez, Luis and Cuadra Sánchez, Antonio and Cutanda Rodriguez, Maria Del Mar},
editor={Wilde, Erik and Pautasso, Cesare},
year={2011},
month={Aug},
title={Managing Legacy Telco Data using RESTful Web Services},
series={REST: From Research to Practice},
publisher={Springer},
pages={303-317},
}