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. 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 director of MSc in Advanced Computer Science: Specialising in HCI , MRes in Computing and Future Interaction Technologies and , the head of level four software engineering (MEng) in the department.
I actively engage with public through media (interviews with BBC and Wester Mail) and publishing in magazines such as Computer Science for Fun (CS4Fun). For more information please see here.
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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