Diego Fernando Navarro Prada is an adjunct lecturer for the Department of Computer Science, and Ph.D. student in computer science, at the Blekinge Institute of Technology. He had worked as a research assistant for the Multimedia Research Group (GIM) from the Nueva Granada Military University in Bogotá, Colombia. Also, he had taught the Introduction to Computer Graphics and Multimedia Design courses for the Multimedia Engineering bachelor program at the same university. After finishing his master studies, Diego worked as an adjunct lecturer for the Department of Creatives Technologies at the Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona, Sweden. He participated in the courses of Applied Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence for Games, Visualization, Human-Computer Interaction, Design of Game editing Tools and Big Game Project. Currently, Diego is involved in the courses Research Methodology in Games, Research Orientation in Games, Visualization and Bachelor Thesis in Digital Game development. Diego’s research interest and main field of experience are Game Design and Development, HCI, Emerging Interaction Technology, Virtual Reality, and Psycho-Physiological feedback. Diego holds a Bachelor degree on Multimedia Engineering from Nueva Granada Military University (2009), a Specialist degree in Multimedia Management from Saint Thomas Aquinas University (2011), a Master of Science degree on Design, Interaction and Game Technologies (2014), and a Licentiate of Science degree on Computer Science (2020) from the Blekinge Institute of Technology.