Robert Biddle

Carleton University - School of Computer Science

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.

Sonia Chiasson

Carleton University - School of Computer Science

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.

Stephen Fai

Carleton University - School of Architecture

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.

Lois Frankel

Carleton University - School of Industrial Design

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

Audrey Girouard

Carleton University - School of Information Technology

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.

Nicholas Graham

Queen's University - School of Computing

I am a Professor of Computer Science at Queen's University. I received the Doctorate of Engineering (Dr.-Ing.) degree from the T.U. Berlin in 1995. I performed most of my thesis work at the GMD in Karlsruhe, Germany. I hold an M.Sc. from Queen's University (1988) and a B.Sc. from the University of Toronto (1985). I have worked on the Turing project as a Computer Systems Programmer at the Computer Systems Research Institute (1985-86), as a Research Associate on the Nial project at Queen's University (1988-89), as a Visiting Researcher at the GMD (1989-92), as an Assistant Professor at York University (1993-1997) and as VP Research and Development at Namzak Labs (2000-present.) I was born in Dundee (Scotland), and have since lived in Kingston (Jamaica), Toronto (Canada), Kingston (Canada), Karlsruhe (Germany), Trondheim (Norway) and Grenoble (France).

Chris Herdman

Centre for Applied Cognitive Research

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

Bill Kapralos

University of Ontario Institute of Technology - Faculty of Business and Information Technology

Bill Kapralos is an Associate Professor in the Game Development and Entrepreneurship (GDE) program at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, an Adjunct Professor at York University (Department of Computer Science and Engineering), and an Honorable Guest Professor at Shizuoka University (Graduate School of Informatics) in Japan. He received his BSc (first class, with distinction), MSc, and Ph.D from York University (Department of Computer Science and Engineering). His current research interests include: serious games and more specifically, examining the factors that lead to a maximum transfer of knowledge and retention, real-time acoustical modeling and 3D (spatial) sound generation for virtual environments and video games, multi-modal virtual environments/reality, and the perception of auditory events.

Alejandro Ramirez

Carleton University - Sprott School of Business

Alex Ramirez is an Associate Professor working in the Information Systems Area. He is an active member of ACM, SIGCHI, SIGLink, SIGED; InfORMS, AIS, ASAC, and MBAA International. His research interests are Introduction, Evaluation and Adoption of Emergent Information Technologies in Organizations - Social Software and Web 2.0 Applications - Decision Support Systems - Phenomenology of Information

Anthony Whitehead

Carleton University - School of Information Technology

Anthony Whitehead is the Principle Investigator of the CLUE program, Director of the School of Information Technology. His main research interests are in wearable sensor systems to facilitate interaction to modern media such as games and entertainment techologies.