Department für Informatik
Gözel Shakeri is a post-doctoral research associate in Human-Computer Interaction at the Carl Ossietzky University, Oldenburg. Her research interests focus on Sustainable Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), using behaviour change intervention science to create interfaces that support online shoppers in purchasing sustainable products. Her work has a strong experimental focus, applying multidisciplinary evidence to create rich, natural, and sustainable interaction between human and technology. Before joining Oldenburg, Gözel was a post-doctoral research associate at the School of Computing Science, University of Glasgow. There, she worked on the RadioMe project. Gözel defended her Ph.D. thesis titled Multimodal Feedback for Mid-air Gestures when Driving successfully in spring 2020.
Please have a look at my website for more information.
- Digital Behaviour Interventions
- Sustainable Consumption
- Food Human-Computer Interaction
- Sustainable Recommendations
- Multimodal Feedback