University of Nottingham EPSRC Doctoral Prize Winner 2017
His transdisciplinary PhD research was in both the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) and Human Factors (HF) areas, and focused on looking at brain and physiological data use for HCI research.
|More specifically, he looked at the integration of non-invasive brain monitoring devices, such as functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS), and other physiological sensors for HCI and HF Research.
Horia successfully passed his PhD viva in July 2017, and he has been successful in securing EPSRC Doctoral Prize funding from the University of Nottingham to continue to develop the impact of his research for a further two years as a Postdoc Researcher. The title of his award is Brain-Tracker: A fit-bit for the Brain based on physiological sensors, tracking the mental workload of everyday task.
You can view Horia’s ComputerPhile video about his research below.