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Carlos Alario

Professor Carlos Alario Hoyos

Carlos Alario Hoyos holds a degree in Telecommunication Engineering and a PhD in Information and Communication Technologies from the Universidad de Valladolid, in 2007 and 2012, respectively. In October 2012, he joined the Department of Telematic Engineering at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid with a postdoctoral fellowship under the "Alliance 4 Universities" program. In 2015, he received a "Juan de la Cierva - Formación" from the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. In 2017, he received a  "Juan de la Cierva - Incorporación" from the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, at the same time as he became a "Visiting Assistant Professor" in the Department of Telematic Engineering. In 2021 he becomes "Interim Associate Professor" and in 2022 he becomes "Associate Professor" in the Department of Telematics Engineering. His work as teacher and researcher is combined with his work as subdirector of UNESCO Chair "Escalable Digital Education for All" at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.

His skills and experience include research and development in MOOCs and SPOCs, learning analytics, collaborative learning, and evaluation of learning experiences. He has been involved in the design and implementation of MOOCs at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid in the edX and MiríadaX platforms since 2013, collaborating with the Unit for Educational Technology and Teaching Innovation of the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid as pedagogical coordinator of MOOCs, in addition to participating as teacher in five of them. He has published more than a hundred scientific articles related to educational technology, and has participated in more than twenty regional, national, and European research and transfer projects. He has completed his training with research stays at the University of Bolton, United Kingdom (2010), Macquarie University, Australia (2011), Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile (2012, 2016, 2017, 2018) and MIT, United States (2014), receiving different grants for the realization of these stays, including Ibero-American Scholarships from Santander, and José Castillejo for young doctors from the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport.