I am the Unit Coordinator and a Lecturer in Human Computer Interaction at the School of Computing, University of Portsmouth. I gained a PhD in Computing in 2018, MSc in Software Engineering in 2013 and BSc in Computing in 2010 with the School of Computing all at the University of Portsmouth.
I previously worked as a part-time lecturer at the School of Computing, University of Portsmouth where I was responsible for teaching undergraduate and taught postgraduate students Human-Computer Interaction and Design and Interaction in Computer Systems units.
I have a keen interest in research activities in Human-Computer Interaction, mobile health, ubiquitous computing and tools that could facilitate behavioural change and in particular, help support wellbeing.
- The use of mobile health, ubiquitous computing and tools that could facilitate behavioural change in promoting wellbeing.
- Usability and accessibility of mobile health devices
- Mobile interventions to facilitate behavioural change, acceptance and adherence