Sergio holds a PhD Cum Laude in Computer Science and Digital Communication by Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF, 2009). As of September 1, 2014, he is a visiting tenure-track lecturer at Universitat de Lleida. Prior to that, he was a post-doctoral research fellow at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain, 2012 – Sept. 2014, Alliance 4 Universities) and at University of Dundee (Scotland, 2010-2012, Beatriu de Pinós Fellowship). He has been conducting research in the field of Human-Computer Interaction with older people (60+) since 2004. He has carried out five years of fieldwork (ethnography and participant observation) in computer clubhouses and adult educational centres in Barcelona, Dundee & Madrid. He has co-supervised a PhD to completion and is co-supervising three PhD students on HCI & older people. The key results of his research and co-supervision activities have been published in six journal papers (Journal Citations Report, Science and Social Sciences Edition) & in two conference papers, which won the Best Technical and Refereed Paper Award in ACM-W4A (Web for Accessibility) and CIRN Community Informatics. He participated (2004-2010) in eight EU-partially funded projects on emerging digital technologies and coordinated the Work Package of evaluation in six of them. Sergio led the proposal of an international 2-year project on digital games and older people, funded with 246.000 euros. Since 2003, he has been lecturing HCI to graduate and undergraduate students at different European universities. With the help of his supervisor, Prof. Josep Blat, he forged the research area of HCI & older people at UPF. Sergio's main goal for the near future is to get a position in HCI at an appropriate level.