Haptic Printed and Patterned Interfaces for Sensitive Surfaces
Currently, I am a PhD student and member of the Multimodal Interaction Group. I completed my B.Sc. at the University of Applied Sciences in Wiesbaden, Germany, and my M.Sc. at the University of Glasgow, Scotland. My PhD research investigates different types of multimodal mid-air gesture feedback in a driving environment.
- Human Computer Interaction
- Signal Processing
- Machine Learning
- "May the Force Be with You: Ultrasound Haptic Feedback for Mid-Air Gesture Interaction in Cars", G. Shakeri, J. H. Williamson, S. A. Brewster. In Automotive UI 18.
- "Novel Multimodal Feedback Techniques for In-Car Mid-Air Gesture Interaction" G. Shakeri, J. H. Williamson, S. A. Brewster. In Automotive UI 17.
- "Bimodal Feedback for In-Car Mid-Air Gesture Interaction" G. Shakeri, J. H. Williamson, S. A. Brewster. In ICMI 2017 Demonstration.
- "Agent Metaphor for Autonomous Driving" A. Loriette, G. Shakeri. In DIS 2017 Workshop on Setting the Stage with Metaphors for Interaction.
- "Evaluating Haptic Patterns on a Steering Wheel" G. Shakeri, A. Ng, J. H. Williamson, S. A. Brewster. In Automotive 'UI 16.
- "Evaluating Haptic Feedback on a Steering Wheel in a Simulated Driving Scenario" G. Shakeri, S. Brewster, J. Williamson, A. Ng. In CHI EA 2016 Late Breaking Work.
- "Towards Mid-Air Haptic Widgets" E. Freeman, D. Vo, G. Wilson, G. Shakeri, and S. Brewster. In CHI 2016 Workshop on Mid-Air Haptics and Displays: Systems for Un-instrumented Mid-Air Interactions.
- "Novel Multimodal Mid-Air Gesture Displays for Drivers" G. Shakeri. SICSA HCI Doctoral Consortium 2016.
- Professor Stephen Brewster
- Dr John Williamson
- CS-1PX Further Programming
- CS-1CT Introduction to Computational Thinking
- MSc IT Java Programming
- MSc IT Information Systems and Databases