Gonzalo Méndez (PhD) works as an associate professor at the Computer Science School - Universidad Complutense de Madrid. He is also member and Director of the Instituto de Tecnología del Conocimiento (Knowledge Technology Institute). Contact Information: Office: 436 Phone: (+34) 91 394 7560 Fax: (+34) 91 394 75 47 Email: gmendez_AT_fdi.ucm.es Address: C/ Prof. José García Santesmases, s/n. 28040 Madrid (Spain). Research Modeling Aspects of Interaction Generating Language Output The Story Telling Laboratory NLP for Accessibility Computational Creativity Virtual and Augmented Reality Intelligent Tutoring Systems Software Agents Software Architecture Projects I'm currently working in the following projects: IDiLyCo: Digital Inclusion, Language and Communication ComunicArte: Comunicación efectiva a través de la realidad virtual y las tecnologías educativas InVITAR-IA Past projects: Aulas TIC de Autismo España PROSECCO: Promoting the Scientific Exploration of Computational Creativity WHIM: The WHat-If Machine ConCreTe: Concept Creation Technology MILES: Models of Interaction centred on Language, spacE and computational Semantics IVERNAO: Instrucciones VERbales para la NAvegación basadas en Ontologías Publications List of publications in the NIL web site. List of publications in Google Scholar. List of publications in ResearchGate. List of publications in Microsoft Academic. List of publications in Academia. Public Research Profiles Profile in ORCID Profile in ResearcherID/Publons Profile in Scopus Resources Quizz, an Android app to support students of modern english literature. If you want to test it, create a new classroom with code 0. I.amAble, science at the service of society, with the aim of teaching chemistry to people with disabilities. Pictar, a text to pictogram translator (in spanish). Web services API for accessibility TFMTeXiS (utf-8 version, latin1 version), a latex template based on the popular TeXiS template (created by Marco Antonio and Pedro Pablo Gómez Martín), tailored for the specific needs of BSc and MSc projects at FdI - UCM.