Since April 2012, I am a researcher at Bell Labs and part of the IoT group. I also hold an honorary research position at University College London where I previously obtained my PhD and worked as a Post-Doc.


My research focuses on ubiquitous computing where I leverage human behavioural patterns to design human-centric systems; and Human Computer Interactions (HCI) where I aim to uncover the perception of users’ interaction with such systems.


I serve as co-chair of the fellowship board of the N2Women, encouraging women to participate in networking conferences and providing them with an opportunity to get together. Contact me if interested!

 

About Me

Dr. Afra J.Mashhadi


Research Scientist

Bell Labs

Nokia


Email: afra dot mashhadi at bell-labs dot com


Twitter: @Afrafrafra_j


Education:

PhD Computer Science, UCL.

MEng Computer Science, UCL.

Our Paper on “Exploring Space Syntax on Entrepreneurial Opportunities with Wi-Fi Analytics” has been conditionally accepted to Ubicomp 2016


Our Paper on “A Case Study on Capturing and Visualising Face-to-Face Interactions at Workplace” has been accepted to Industrial Track of MobileHCI 2016


Our Paper on “Understanding the Privacy Design Space for Personal Connected Objects” has been accepted to BritishHCI.[PrivacyMeter.pdf]











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