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Susan Abubakir Ali

Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Science

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Biography

The main focus of my research is the field of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) from Mixed Reality Lab (MRL) in the school of Computer Science. More specifically, my research was about understanding the different kinds of visitors' participation in museums and galleries using aesthetic visual marker. In this case, a new visual marker technology has been explored called Artcodes.

Expertise Summary

User Experience Design

Augmented Reality

Ubiquitous Computing

Prototyping

Qualitative and Quantitative research

Teaching Summary

Software Engineering

Database and Interface

Mixed Reality Technology

Professional Ethics in Computing

Computer Graphic

Fundamental of Artificial Intelligent

Research Method

SQL

Recent Publications

  • SUSAN ALI, BORIANA KOLEVA, BEN BEDWELL and STEVE BENFORD, 2018. Deepening visitor engagement with museum exhibits through hand-crafted visual markers In: Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2018. 523-534
  • SUSAN ALI, BEN BEDWELL and BORIANA KOLEVA, 2018. Exploring relationships between museum artefacts through spatial interaction In: Proceedings of the 10th NordiCHI Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. 224-235
  • WILSON, MAX L, ALI, SUSAN and VALSTAR, MICHEL F, 2014. Finding information about mental health in microblogging platforms: a case study of depression In: Proceedings of the 5th Information Interaction in Context Symposium. 8-17
  • SUSAN ALI, BORIANA KOLEVA, BEN BEDWELL and STEVE BENFORD, 2018. Deepening visitor engagement with museum exhibits through hand-crafted visual markers In: Designing Interactive Systems Conference 2018. 523-534
  • SUSAN ALI, BEN BEDWELL and BORIANA KOLEVA, 2018. Exploring relationships between museum artefacts through spatial interaction In: Proceedings of the 10th NordiCHI Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. 224-235
  • WILSON, MAX L, ALI, SUSAN and VALSTAR, MICHEL F, 2014. Finding information about mental health in microblogging platforms: a case study of depression In: Proceedings of the 5th Information Interaction in Context Symposium. 8-17

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