I enjoy teaching and base it on simple strategies: Motivate students; Teach clearly, concisely and critically; and Connect with real life.
My main research interests fall under a wide range of Software Engineering related topics. Particularly, I work on software process improvement in small organizations through the bottom-up approach, privacy issues in software design and serious games applied to software development and teaching.
I am also interested in IT Project Management, Standardization and Databases.
- Morales-Trujillo ME. and Garciá-Mireles GA. (2021) Gamification and SQL: An Empirical Study on Student Performance in a Database Course. ACM Transactions on Computing Education 21(1) http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3427597.
- Morales-Trujillo ME., Galster M., Gilson F. and Mathews M. (2021) A Three-Year Study on Peer Evaluation in a Software Engineering Project Course. IEEE Transactions on Education http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TE.2021.3123682.
- Morales M., García-Mireles GA., Matla-Cruz EO. and Piattini M. (2019) A Systematic Mapping Study on Privacy by Design in Software Engineering. CLEI Electronic Journal 22(1) http://dx.doi.org/10.19153/cleiej.22.1.4.
- Morales Trujillo M., Oktaba H., Piattini M. and Escalante-Ramirez B. (2019) Bottom-up Authoring of Software Engineering Methods and Practices. Journal of Applied Research and Technology.
- Morales Trujillo M., Oktaba H., Hernandez-Quiroz F. and Escalante-Ramirez B. (2018) Towards a Formalization of a Framework to Express and Reason about Software Engineering Methods. Computing and Informatics 37(1): 109-141. http://dx.doi.org/10.4149/cai-018-1.109.