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Tangible Computing Lab (Podium 3 -3930)

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Photo Credit: Roham Sheikholeslami

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Photo Credit: Roham Sheikholeslami

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Photo Credit: Roham Sheikholeslami

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Photo Credit: Greg Ehlers, SFU LIDC

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Post-Doctoral Fellows


Doctoral Students

As Senior Supervisor

  • Randa Aljohani
  • PhD Candidate: Tangibles, Children, and Spatial Cognition 
  • Emily Cramer
  • PhD Candidate (on leave)

Part of Supervisory Committee

  • Mirjana Prpa
  • PhD Candidate: Design for VR and Mindfulness
  • Supervisor: Bernhard Riecke
  • Reese Muntean
  • PhD Candidate: Design for Intangible Aboriginal heritage
  • Supervisor: Kate Hennessy
  • Alex Kitson
  • PhD Candidate: Spatial cognition and VR
  • Supervisor: Bernhard Riecke
  • Naghmi Shireen
  • PhD Candidate: Design alternatives
  • Supervisor: Robert Woodbury & Halil Erhan
  • Denise Quesnel
  • MSc Candidate
  • Supervisor: Bernhard Riecke

Master's Students

As Senior Supervisor

  • Elgin-Skye McLaren
  • MSc Candidate: Sound and Brain-Computer Interfaces
  • Uddipana Baishya
  • MSc Candidate: Tangibles to aid idea generation and creative problem solving
  • Personal Website

  • Tyler Hickey
  • MA Candidate: Transfer of Learning, Interactive Fiction, Education
  • Personal Website
  • Shubhra Sarker
  • MSc Candidate: Child Interaction, Game Development, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning

Previous Students


Awards

  • Bronze Award in Vancouver EduHacks 2017: Block Talks: A tangible and AR reading toolkit designed for children
    EduHacks is a 24-hour hackathon where talented students will be invited to form teams based on mutual interest, with the goal of integrating technology into the design of exceptional learning experiences. The Block Talks presented by Uddipanan Baishya, Min Fan, Shubhra Sarker, Elgin-Skye Maclaren and Amal Vincent, and Dr. Alissa Antle (Mentor, TECI Lab, SIAT, SFU) won the Bronze Award among 100+ projects.

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Research Interests

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