Mexhid Ferati

Mexhid Ferati

Associate professor
Department of Informatics Faculty of Technology
14063, Hus Magna, Kalmar
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Mexhid Ferati is an Associate Professor in Informatics at Linnaeus University.  He has an international experience working as a researcher and lecturer in the United States, North Macedonia, and Norway.  He earned his PhD in Human-Computer Interaction from Indiana University. 

Teaching

Mexhid Ferati is currently responsible for the following courses:

  • User-oriented Design - 2IK430 (BSc)
  • Current Topics within Informatics - 2IK300 (BSc)
  • Digital Environments: Information Society and Internet of Things - 4IK506 (MSc)

He is also involved in teaching several modules in the following courses:

  • Introduction to Interaction Design - 1IK420 (BSc)
  • Methods in Interaction Design - 1IK422 (BSc)
  • History, Philosophy and Science of Information Systems - 5IK514 (MSc)

Research

His research interests are within Human-Computer Interaction, Interaction Design, Accessibility, Internet of Things, and STEM education. He worked on projects funded by EU, STINT, EUniWell, Platform eHealth, NSF, and Google and served as a reviewer for several international conferences and journals. He currently leads the Interaction Design Research Group.

The projects he currently coordinates/participates:

Generation Z enters STEM - diversity for a sustainable future

Fostering science through STEM education

Onco-Aging: Smart health community for older cancer patients

EDUTAIN - Augmented reality for a sustainable learning experience

Previous projects:

Web and mobile accessibility for visually impaired

Digital model to support medicine adherence to the public

Commissions

He serves as a program manager for the Interaction Design program.

Publications

Article in journal (Refereed)

Conference paper (Refereed)

Chapter in book (Refereed)