Dr. Moushumi Sharmin is currently an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department at the Western Washington University. Previously she was a Research Assistant Professor at the Computer Science Department at the University of Memphis. Her research focuses on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), Mobile Health (mHealth, Visualization, and Privacy and Security in the area of Mobile Computing. She received her PhD in August 2013 in CS (HCI) from the Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

 

 

Recent News

 Finding Significant Stress Episodes in a Discontinuous Time Series of Rapidly Varying Mobile Sensor Data has been accepted as a full paper at CHI 2016.

Exploratory Visual Analytics of Mobile HealthData: Sensemaking Challenges andOpportunities a book chapter on Challenges of Visual Analytics in mHealth is under publication.

Visualization of Time-Series Sensor Data to Inform the Design of Just-In-Time Adaptive Stress Interventions has been accepted as a full paper at UbiComp 2015.

Gave a technical talk on Visualization to Aid Stress Management at GHC 2015.

TimeStitch: Interactive Multi-focus Cohort Discovery and Comparison has been accepted as a poster at Viz 2015.

Why do mobile phone-based smoking cessation interventions struggle and how can we make them more effective? has been accepted as a full paper at iConference 2015.