Date(s) - 02/12/2022
3:20 pm - 9:50 pm
Here is a short bio of Nour El Shamy :
Shamy is a Ph.D. student & award-winning instructor in Information Systems at DeGroote School of Business. His primary research interests focus on Human-Centric Decision Support Systems and Human-Computer Interaction, particularly as related to Older Adults. His interdisciplinary research lens utilizes a mix of Behavioural and Neurophysiological Information Systems (NeuroIS) methodologies. His other research interests include Evidence-Based Decision Making, User Experience(UX), Digital Transformation, Unconventional and Emerging Technologies, as well as Electronic, Mobile, and Mixed-Reality Commerce. Lucas Klein will present his study entitled Decoding the focus of auditory attention in music performance.
Here is a short bio of Lucas Klein:
I’m a 3rd year PhD student interested in live musical interactions and the group coordination that makes them possible. Growing up jamming with my friends on the violin lead to playing in a few bands and eventually to an academic interest in musical flow states especially during improvisation. I also find flow on my mountain bike, slackline, the ski slopes and the ultimate frisbee field.