Sensory Perception & Interaction Research Group

University of British Columbia

Idin Karuei

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia. I am a member of SPIN Lab and my supervisor is Dr. Karon MacLean. My research topic is Spatiotemporal Vibrotactile Guidance.

I have a Master of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering in the field of Systems and Control from Concordia University and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in the field of Electronics from the University of Tehran.

 

Year Departed: 
2014

Hasti Seifi

Hasti is interested in design and evaluation of tactile sensations, interfaces and new interactions based on the sense of touch. The objective of her PhD research is to empower ordinary users, having no previous design knowledge, to design or customize vibrotactile feedback for their needs. 

To this end, she investigates:

  • Perception of tactile sensations,
  • Tactile customization tools, and workflows,
  • Effective evaluation methodologies for tactile sensations.

She received her Masters degree from the School of Interactive Arts and Technology at Simon Fraser University in 2010 and her Bachelor's degree from University of Tehran in 2008. 

 

GitHub page: https://github.com/hastiseifi/

Year Departed: 
2017