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Human Computer Interaction and Information Visualization


About This Course

The course emphasizes on the concept of human computer interaction, design process, models of human computer interaction, theories of human computer interaction, information visualization, visualization design, implementation and evaluation.

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Sumonta KASEMVILAS is currently an assistant professor at Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, Khon Kaen University (KKU) in Thailand. She holds a Ph.D. in Information Systems and Technology from Claremont Graduate University (CGU) in Claremont, California. Her dissertation received the Transdisciplinary Studies Program Dissertation Awards from the Transdisciplinary Studies Program, and her grant proposal has also received the Presidential Award from CGU. Her current research interests are in the areas of human-computer interaction, social technologies, online collaboration, health information systems, and mobile application development. Sumonta does research in health informatics, smart technology and AI in healthcare, data mining and machine learning, persuasive technology, and HCI. Her past research include designing, developing, and evaluating plug-ins for MediaWiki to support group collaboration and knowledge sharing in classroom settings; and designing and implementing social networking sites to generate a stronger sense of community in higher education settings, and to encourage and aid transdisciplinary research. Her most recent publication is 'Health monitoring platform for emergency medicine: user perspective and implementation' and 'Long Term Care Digital Innovation Platform: the sustainable preparing for healthy aging society'. She currently co-directs Hardware-Human Interface and Communications (H2I-Comm) laboratory at Khon Kaen University. Her work has been presented in conferences such as HCII, SIGMIS, ICIW, AMCIS, HICSS, IADIS, and ICEB and various journals such as JAIS and ITSE