Dr Alexia Zoumpoulaki
In the past I have worked in various interdisciplinary research projects, including memory classification, deception detection and crowd simulations. Much of my work has focused in analysing and classifying time series data.
I am interested in congitive neursocience and how computer science can help model behaviour and cognitive processes.
- PhD in Computer Science (Computational Neuroscience) - University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
- MSc in Advanced Computer Science (Computational Intelligence): Distinction - University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
- MSc Product & Systems Design Engineering: Distinction - University of the Aegean, Syros, Greece
- BEng Information & Communication Systems Engineering - University of the Aegean, Samos, Greece
Computational Thinking CM6114
Undergraduate and Postrgraduate project supervision
I am interested in human factors, especially attention, multitasking and decision making. As a broader interest, I am interested in group behaviour especially under stressful situations.
I am using physiological measurements such as gaze, pupil dilation, eeg in combination with video, text and voice analysis to study the above areas.
In the past I have mainly worked on neuroimaging projects, specialising on time series analysis.
I am currently looking to support PhD applications in the area of automatic deception detection.
I am also interested in supervising PhD students in the areas of:
- HCI - visual attention, multitasking and problem solving.
- social network analysis