Ester Martinez-Martin is Associate Professor at University of Alicante and Director Assistant of the University Institute for Computing Research. She holds a B.S. in Computer Science Engineering (2004), a Master's degree in Mobile and Video Games Programming (2017), a Master's degree for Secondary Education, Vocational Training and Language Teaching (2011), and a Ph.D. in Engineering (Robotics, 2011), both from the Jaume-I University. Her research is focused on lines related to the use of vision in robotic tasks, such as object detection and action recognition. She has published 14 JCR-indexed articles as well as 5 articles in non JCR-indexed journals (scopus-indexed), a research book (Springer), several book chapters, three research books (as a co-editor), and more than 25 articles in conferences, both national and international. She has participated in several research projects of community, national and European nature. She has also done 4 research stays in prestigious foreign centres: Università degli Studi di Genova (Pr. Silvio Sabatini), SungKyunKwan University (Pr. Suthan Lee), Universidade do Minho (Pr. Paulo Novais) and the Technische Universitat (TU) Wien (Pr. Markus Vincze), all of which are financed in competitive public calls. In addition, she has been the Organization Chair for IEEE-RAS Summer School on Experimental Methodology, Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking in Robotics (2015), 13th International conference on the Simulation of Adaptive Behavior (SAB 2014), 12th International AERFAI/UJI Robotics School on Perceptual Robotics for Humanoids (IURS 2012). She was also co-organizer of some tutorials in international conferences (HRI, 2017; ICINCO, 2014; IAS-13, 2014; IEEE RO-MAN, 2013). She has been member of the programme committee and organization committee in several national and international conferences. She is member of IEEE and AERFAI.