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Roghayeh (Leila) Barmaki

Assistant Professor
Department of Computer & Information Sciences
Data Science Institute
University of Delaware

Welcome, thanks for stopping by!

I lead the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Delaware (HCI@UD).

My main area of research is Human-Centered Computing and it spans Multimodal Machine Learning, Augmented and Virtual Reality, and Embodied Interface Design for Education and Healthcare. 

Email: rlb@udel.edu

Curriculum Vitae

EDUCATION

2016-2018

Postdoctoral Fellowship –  Johns Hopkins University

Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics, Whiting School of Engineering

2012-2016

PhD – University of Central Florida

Computer Science  –  Dissertation

2010-2012

Master of Science – Iran University of Science and Technology

Artificial Intelligence

2004-2008

Bachelor of Science – Kharazmi University

Software Engineering

TEACHING

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5:00pm – 6:15pm

Gore Hall

 Introduction to Data Mining (CISC 483/683)

 

Spring 2019

Course Catalog Description: As an introductory course on data mining, this course introduces the concepts, algorithms, techniques, and systems of data mining, including (1) what is data mining? (2) get to know your data, (3) data preprocessing, integration and transformation, (4&5) mining frequent patterns and association: basic concepts and advanced methods, (6) classification: basic concepts, (7) cluster analysis: basic concepts, and current trends and special topics in data mining. The course will serve both senior-level computer science undergraduate students and graduate students interested in the field.

 

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3:30pm – 4:45pm

TBA

Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction (CISC 482/682)

 

Fall 2019

Course Catalog Description: Studies research and theoretical methods for the study, design, implementation and evaluation of effective user interactive systems, including requirements for gathering, survey design, and rapid prototyping. Hands-on group projects supplement theoretical knowledge.

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5:00pm – 6:15pm

Brown Lab

Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction (CISC 467/667)

 

Fall 2018

Course Catalog Description: Studies research and theoretical methods for the study, design, implementation and evaluation of effective user interactive systems, including requirements for gathering, survey design, and rapid prototyping. Hands-on group projects supplement theoretical knowledge.

RESEARCH

Please check out our lab page and my google scholar profile to learn more.