The coordinator of the project is Susana Muñoz Hernández.
The participants from UPM (Technical University of Madrid) belong to TechPeopleCare, the UPM work group devoted to digital literacy.
UPM has proposed and lead the project counting on its team characteristics:
High technical qualification:3 Phd, 2 Master, 3 Computer Science Engineers.
Qualification in pedagogy and languages:1 Pedagogue, 1 Philologist (English, French, Spanish, Arabic).
13 years of digital literacy experience:Africa, Latin America, Europe.
28 years of teaching experience in ICT

The aim of E-SENIORS is to fight against e-exclusion by providing access to and training in ICTs for seniors and/or disabled people. They have coordinated the training process.

As a knowledge institute, Leyden Academy conducts research on various topics in vitality and ageing and has extensive experience with teaching and reaching out to seniors. Currently, it is working together with seniors with a non-Dutch background to discover their age-related wishes and needs. They will coordinate the collaborative process preparation, including the recruitment of citizens for the training.

Servicio Madrileño de Salud (SERMAS) is the organization in charge of the public health services of the region of Madrid. SERMAS is highly interested in this action for improving the access of its more than 6.5 million potential patients to its available e-health services.
The Fundación para la Investigación e Innovación Biomédica de Atención Primaria (FIIBAP) improves the research, innovation and difusion of the achievements in Primary Care. They have lead the co-creation of contents and the evaluation process of the citizens training.