Elaheh Homayounvala (PhD King’s College London) is a Lecturer in Computer Science at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her research is multi-disciplinary and is focused on Technology and People to understand how people interact with technology and how to adapt technology to needs and preferences of people, which are usually named “User Modelling and Personalisation”.
Some of her research topics are, but not limited to user modelling and personalisation, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), adaptive and context-aware user interfaces, technology acceptance and persuasive technologies. Some of the research projects she has supervised so far are as follows:
- User modelling and personalisation for context-aware augmented reality maintenance software
- Personalisation and usability evaluation of mobile interactive recommender systems (In collaboration with Technical University of Munich)
- Modelling and automatic detection of learners’ learning style in Moodle for personalised e-learning systems
- Modelling learner’ knowledge level with Fuzzy Cognitive Maps for personalised e-learning systems
- User preferences in health information systems
- Adaptive user interfaces in health/e-learning
- Usability and user acceptance evaluation of persuasive self-tracking applications
- Usability evaluation of multimodal in-car user interfaces
- Automatic usability evaluation of user interfaces (web and augmented reality user interfaces)
- User acceptance of mobile augmented reality software in the tourism industry
- Cross-system user modelling for social networking websites
- Usability evaluation and adaptation of medical data visualisation
- User-centric digital identity management systems
Cheraghchi, Hamideh Sadat; Zakerolhosseini, Ali; Bagheri Shouraki,, Saeed and Homayounvala, Elaheh. 2019. A novel granular approach for detecting dynamic online communities in social network. Soft Computing, 23(20), pp. 10339-10360. ISSN 1432-7643
Homayounvala, Elaheh and Alavian Ghavanini, Sanaz. 2019. Comparing Usability and User Acceptance of two Mobile Mood Tracking Applications with Different Input Methods. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction (IJTHI), ISSN 1548-3908
Eslami, Mahboubeh; Firoozabadi, Mohammad and Homayounvala, Elaheh. 2018. User preferences for adaptive user interfaces in health information systems. Universal Access in the Information Society, 17(4), pp. 875-883. ISSN 1615-5289
Alavian Ghavanini, Sanaz; Homayounvala, Elaheh and Rezaian, Ali. 2018. Mood-tracking application as persuasive technology for reduction of occupational stress. International Journal of Mobile Learning and Organisation, 12(2), pp. 143-161. ISSN 1746-725X
Akbarinasaji, Shahram and Homayounvala, Elaheh. 2017. A novel context-aware augmented reality framework for maintenance systems. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, 9(3), pp. 315-327. ISSN 1876-1364
Tajbakhsh, Mehrdad; Homayounvala, Elaheh and Shokohyar, Sajjad. 2017. Forensically ready digital identity management systems, issues of digital identity life cycle and context of usage. International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, 9(1), pp. 62-83. ISSN 1751-911X
Khalilzadeh Salmasi, Maryam; Talebpour, Alireza and Homayounvala, Elaheh. 2016. Identification and classification of organizational level competencies for BI success. Journal of Intelligence Studies in Business, 6(2), pp. 17-33.
Conference or Workshop Item
Homayounvala, Elaheh; Nabati, Mohammad; Shahbazian, Reza; Ghorashi, Seyed Ali and Moghtadaiee, Vahideh. 2019. 'A Novel Smartphone Application for Indoor Positioning of Users based on Machine Learning'. In: AppLens Workshop, UbiComp/ISWC '19 Adjunct. London, United Kingdom 9-10 September 2019.