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Arya, Ali

School of Information Technology

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Main research areas are Multimodal HCI and New Interactive Technologies, Social and Collaborative Online Systems especially for Education, Artificial Intelligence and Computer Games, Computer Graphics and Digital Art.

Arya, Ali

Biddle, Robert

School of Computer Science

hotsoft.carleton.ca
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Research interests cover both human and technical aspects of the design of interactive computer systems. Usable computer security, human aspects of computer games and hyper-media, and collaborative software development processes.

Biddle, Robert

Chan, Adrian D. C.

Systems and Computer Engineering

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Research Interests: Non–invasive sensor technology and signal processing to provide information on the health and well-being of individual during daily activities of daily living Biological signal processing (e.g. improve signal quality, discern pathologies, as an input to a device) Pattern recognition

Chan, Adrian

Chiasson, Sonia

School of Computer Science

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Research Interests: Usable security and authentication, human factors design for computer security, usability and usable security of mobile devices, serious computer games/simulations, persuasive technology, security visualization and interaction for security administrators, social interaction and agency, computers as social actors, online education.

Chiasson, Sonia

Corriveau, Jean-Pierre

School of Computer Science

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Interests in HCI: Use of Artificial Intelligence in HCI, memory-based HCI, HCI for learning environments, HCI for Computer Assisted Software Engineering

Corriveau, Jean-Pierre

Dansereau, Richard

Systems and Computer Engineering

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Research Interests: Digital signal processing for extraction, enhancement, tracking, and understanding of signals in a human's environment including separation of speech, audio, or biological signals from noisy environments and joint audio-visual tracking of people in a scene. Also, issues in end-user experience in audio/image/video communication, robust transmission to optimize end-user experience, and signal quality assessment.

Dansereau, Richard

Deugo, Dwight

School of Computer Science

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Dr. Deugo has immersed himself in objects for more than 24 years and has done extensive consulting in object-oriented systems, particularly in areas related to Java, Smalltalk and Eclipse. His research interests include Mobile Computing, Eclipse, Peer-to-Peer Computing, Evolutionary Computation (Genetic Algorithms, Genetic Programming, Artificial Life), Object-Oriented Systems, Software Patterns and Open Source Software.

Deugo, Dwight

Fai, Stephen

School of Architecture

Immersive Media Studio
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Stephen Fai is an Associate Professor and the former Director of the Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism, Carleton University. He is currently the Director of the Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) . Dr. Fai holds a professional degree in architecture and a PhD in Religious Studies. His research involves the theory and practice of analogue, hybrid, and digital representation in architecture, heritage conservation, and medical science.

Fai, Stephen

Frankel, Lois

School of Industrial Design

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Research Interests: Wearable computing for healthcare; design for aging; user-centered design; ethnographic design research; interaction design; form and colour; drawing principles and applications.

Frankel, Lois

Girouard, Audrey

School of Information Technology

Personal Website

Main Research Interests: human-computer interaction, next generation interaction, flexible displays, tangible user interfaces, organic user interfaces, reality based interaction. Other topics of interest: brain computer interfaces, interruption, and multi-touch interfaces.

Girouard, Audrey

Goubran, Rafik

Systems and Computer Engineering

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Research Interests: Digital signal processing (DSP) and its applications in acoustics, speech processing, communications, and analytical chemistry. Voice transmission over IP (VoIP) and ATM networks

Goubran, Rafik

Greenspan, Brian

Department of English

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My research traces the intersections of print narrative and new storytelling media. I’m particularly interested in how utopian and dystopian narratives from any given era represent and respond to contemporary narrative technologies, and in how the lessons of Utopian Studies might inform the new affordances offered by hypertext, video games and social media.

Greenspan, Brian

Herdman, Chris

Centre for Applied Cognitive Research

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Main Research Interests: Human attention and performance in dynamic environments through the use of modelling and simulation.

Herdman, Chris

Hine, Mike

Sprott School of Business

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Mike’s primary research interests are in computer mediated communication. He has published in journals such as the Journal of Management Information Systems, Communications of the ACM, Group Decision and Negotiation among others.

Hine, Mike

Joslin, Chris

School of Information Technology

Personal Website

Research interests include: pre-operative planning and visualization tools for surgery, virtual reality and collaborative virtual environment systems, optical motion capture of soft-body objects, context/content-aware adaptation of streamed media, real-time computer graphics and animation.

Joslin, Chris

Kelly, John M.H.

School of Journalism and Communicastion

www.native-drums.ca,
www.native-dance.ca,
www.pathoftheelders.ca,
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Dr. Kelly is a Skidegate Haida who co-directs a Carleton University research centre, the Centre for Indigenous Research, Culture, Language and Education (CIRCLE). The centre has developed and hosts the three websites listed on the left. Dr. Kelly has worked since 1994 to assist communities with strengthening and promoting indigenous languages, culture and music. CIRCLE´s mandate is to conduct community-based research that promotes intercultural understanding among all of Canada’s ethnic communities, both indigenous and those that arrived after European contact.

Kelly, John M.Ha

LeFevre, Jo-Anne

Centre for Applied Cognitive Research

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Prof. LeFevre's main research interests are in the area of mathematical cognition; specifically, understanding how children and adults learn and understand numbers and arithmetic. I am also interested in some aspects of reading across different e-platforms (such as phones, tablets, and hypertext generally), from the perspective of how individual differences in cognitive abilities interact with different text formats.

Lefevre, Jo-Anne

Momtahan, Kathy

Department of Psychology, and Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

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Research Interests: Human factors, Patient safety, Informatics, Clinical decision support, Mobile computing

Momtahan, Kathy

Mould, David

School of Computer Science

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Dr. Mould has diverse research interests in the areas of computer graphics and computer games. Specific interests include procedural modeling and special effects; software for creativity enhancement; creation of stylized and artistic images; sketch-based modeling; and novel interfaces and mechanics for computer games.

Mould, David

Muldner, Kasia

Institute of Cognitive Science

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Dr. Muldner's research relies on interdisciplinary methods to extend understanding of the cognitive, metacognitive, and affective factors that influence learning, problem solving, and creativity in various settings (classrooms, educational technologies, games), as well as the design and evaluation of support for these processes.

Muldner, Kasia

Nussbaum, Doron

School of Computer Science

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Research Interests: Algorithms, Computational Geometry, Computer Graphics, Computer Vision, Data Structures, Distributed Computing, GIS, Geographic Information Systems, Medical Computing, Parallel Computing, Parallel and Distributed Computing, Robotics and Machine Vision, and Robotics

Nussbaum, Doron

Parush, Avi

Department of Psychology

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Research Interests: Human factors and HCI in teamwork, healthcare, command and control, orientation and navigation, and simulator-based learning

Parush, Avi

Patrick, Andrew

School of Computer Science

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Dr. Patrick’s research is in the areas of privacy, security, and usability. Topics of interest include attitudes and perceptions concerning privacy and security, privacy engineering, privacy enhancing technologies, the human factors of security systems, technical assessments of security and privacy risks.

Patrick, Andrew

Ramirez, Alejandro

Sprott School of Business

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Research Interests: Introduction, Evaluation and Adoption of Emerging Information Technologies in Organizations (Social Software, Wikis, Blogs, Electronic Commerce, Data Warehousing, Mining & Visualization), Decision Support, and Human-Computer Interaction

Ramirez, Alejandro

Sack, Jörg

School of Computer Science

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Research Interests: Algorithms, mobile computing, user interfaces, small devices, Geographic Information Systems

Sack, Jörg

Stewart, Jesse

Department of Music, School for Studies in Art and Culture

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Jesse Stewart is a Juno award-winning composer, improviser, instrument builder, percussionist, and artist. His research interests include improvisation, jazz, hip hop, critical pedagogy, music and social justice, and the creation of inclusive musical environments through interactive music technologies. In addition to his role as an Associate Professor in Carleton¹s music department, he is a co-investigator with the International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation, which received a 7-year 2.5 million dollar SSHRC Partnership grant in 2013.

Stewart, Jesse

Taylor, Fraser

Geography and Environmental Studies

Geomatics and Cartographic Research Centre,
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Research Interests: Human-computer interaction with new multimedia and multi-sensory cybercartographic atlases. The development of new graphic interface

Taylor, Fraser

Teather, Robert J.

School of Information Technology

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Research interests: 3D User Interfaces, Input Devices and Interaction Techniques, Game User Interfaces and Virtual Reality.

Teather, Robert

Théberge, Paul

Department of Music

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Prof. Théberge’s research interests include issues relating to music, technology and culture, music and globalization, and the uses of sound in film and television. Current research projects include a major study of the music industry and its adaptation to the Internet, a study of sound and music in the films of David Cronenberg, and contributions to a collaborative, multidisciplinary research project on “Globalization and Autonomy,” organized at McMaster University.

Théberge, Paul

Tsuji, Bruce

Department of Psychology

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Some of recent HCI projects include the development of a database to assist police and first responders identify the source of bomb fragments, technology to help people who are visually impaired or those with learning disabilities take advantage of textual materials, and exploring the best technologies to facilitate student engagement in post-secondary classrooms.

Tsuji, Bruce

Van Oorschot, Paul

School of Computer Science

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Research Interests: Authentication, Identity Management, Usable Security, Software Security, Computer Security, Network Security, Web Security, Graphical Passwords

van Oorschot, Paul

Whalen, Tara

School of Computer Science

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Research Interests: Human Factors of Security, Network Security, Privacy, Human-Computer Interaction

Whalen, Tara

Whitehead, Anthony

School of Information Technology

Personal Website

Research interests are in Personal Space Sensor Networks for active computer control. This project aims to develop and evaluate the possible applications of a personal wearable sensor network that allows the applications to be more naturally controlled. We are looking at applications in the entertain and medical fields. A brief look at sensor networks in entertainment applications can be found here: http://iv.csit.carleton.ca/~awhitehe/research/videos/SNAP.html

Whitehead, Anthony