Parisa Eslambolchilar, BEng, MEng, PhD
Associate Professor in Human-Computer Interaction
Computer Science Department
Swansea, SA2 8PP
[Office in room 509, 5th floor, Faraday Building]
|| Short Bio:
In March 2007 I joined the HCI group in Computer Science Department, Swansea University where I am employed as an associate professor. I have a keen interest in human behaviour in interaction with ubiquitous technologies. I am interested in applying engineering tools to build and analyse sensor-based interaction with mobile and medical devices, multimodal interaction and human behaviour change in the context of physical activity. I have several successful multi-disciplinary research grants from EPSRC, Welsh Crucible, Welsh Assembly and Bridging the Gaps. I actively seek interdisciplinary collaboration and research funding.
I am the head of level seven (year 4) software engineering (MEng Computing) and the coordinator of group/team projects for MEng Computing students as well as students specialised in MSc Advanced Software Technology.
Current funded research projects
Completed funded research projects
CHARM: Digital technology: shaping consumer behaviour by informing conceptions of normal practice EPSRC ref EP/H006966/1(September 2009-August 2012). Rettie (PI), Studley and Eslambolchilar (CoIs)
FIT Lab/UCLIC PLATFORM: Healthy interactive systems: Resilient, Usable and Appropriate Systems in Healthcare EPSRC ref EP/G003971 (February 2009-January 2014): Thimbleby (PI), Buchanan, Eslambolchilar and Jones (CoIs)
Conference organising committees
Workshop organising committees
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