I’m an early career researcher in Human-Computer Interaction with interests in content consumption and deceptive designs in the metaverse.
I’m currently based at the School of Computing Science at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, UK, where I started as a research associate in Jan ’22, working with Dr Mohamed Khamis and Dr Mark McGill on privacy, safety, and security in augmented and virtual reality.
I have been awarded a fellowship by the College of Science and Engineering of the University of Glasgow to investigate content consumption in the metaverse (starts in April ’23) and won an award from Meta to create a toolkit for identification and mitigation of dark patterns in the metaverse.
I have a PhD in computer science from the University of Manchester, England, UK, which was sponsored by the EPSRC and the BBC R&D, and supervised by Dr Sarah Clinch, Dr Robert Stevens, and Dr Bruce Weir.
You can find my publications on Google Scholar.
You can find my PhD thesis here.