Fatih Demir

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Missouri, Columbia

Dr. Fatih Demir was graduated from University of Baltimore earning the degree of Doctor of Communications Design (DCD) in 2009. Then he has joined as postdoctoral fellow to the Information Experience (IE) Lab at the ischool at University of Missouri in August 2015. Dr. Demir spent more than 17 years in teaching and researching on Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Usability, Social Media Analysis, Emerging Technologies and design for e-government. He is mostly conducting research in IELab using remote and mobile eye tracking systems. The lab has a multidisciplinary research environment and he is working with Faculty members, staff and graduate assistants on various projects in multidisciplinary team consisting members from School of Journalism, School of Education, School of Medicine and Computer Science.

My Sessions

Lightning Round: Design in Healthcare

Columbia 9 & 10

Topics: Design vs. Cancer 1:30-1:40 Design Principles for Augmented Reality MCI Systems 1:40-1:50 Putting the Nurse into Healthcare UX 1:50-2:00 Moderated Q&A, 2:00-2:15


Design Principles for Augmented Reality MCI Systems

Columbia 9 & 10

An effective communication and coordination between medical incident commanders (ICs) and first medical responders (paramedics) on the site is vitally important to ensure saving people’s lives in mass casualty incidents (MCI). In this paper, we present the results of a recently developed MCI system also known as Panacea’s Cloud. Panacea’s cloud supports coordination between the […]

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