Research Summary

Research profiles: Google Scholar - ResearchGate - ORCID - ResearcherID - Publons - Scopus - dblp

Most of my research lies within the area of learning analytics and educational data mining, where I often collect contextualized data from interactive learning environments and analyze it in order to provide feedback about how to improve learning and the environment where it occurs.

During my PhD, my research focused on three areas: 1) the implementation of algorithms for behavioral modeling, such as to detect cheating, off-task behaviors or gamification interest 2) the development of visual analytics dashboards for MOOC environments 3) applied machine learning for the prediction of learning outcomes.

Currently, my personal work is being focused on 1) conducting large-scale MOOC analytics finding global, regional and cultural trends in vast amounts of data, and 2) applying learning analytics in games to evaluate cognitive and non-cognitive competences through stealth assessment and to provide support to teachers.

Through students and collaborations, I also work in other areas equally exciting including many other topics within the broad area of technology-enhanced learning and applied data science and technology in diverse contexts like social networks or online advertising.


  • Learning Analytics
  • Educational Data Mining
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Game-based Learning
  • Technology-enhanced Learning
  • Massive Open Online Courses
  • Computational Social Science


Marta Expósito Ventura

PhD Student (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya)

+ Follow

Daniel A. Jaramillo Morillo

PhD Student (Universidad del Cauca)

+ Follow

Manuel J. Gómez Moratilla

MSc Student (Universidad de Murcia)

+ Follow

Pedro A. Martínez Sánchez

MSc Student (Universidad de Murcia)

+ Follow

Sofia Strukova

PhD Student (Universidad de Murcia)

+ Follow

Mariano Albaladejo González

MSc Student (Universidad de Murcia)

+ Follow

Some of the great people I advise

One of the things I enjoy the most as part of the academic career is supervising students and see them grow into independent researchers over the years.

I'm currently part of the CyberDataLab at the University of Murcia. We are constantly offering research opportunities for last year brilliant BEng students and Master students, as well as PhD fellowships. I'm also open to remote supervision and collaborations if you already work in a different institution. Just contact me!