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Magy seif el-Nasr, PhD

Associate Professor , Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Research field: Computer and Information Science - Human-Computer Interaction
User Experience Research
Adaptive Game Design
Creative Design - Theatre Improvisation and Game Design

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Awards and Grants

  •  Oct 2003 
    Best Paper Award
  •  Oct 1999 
    Best Student Paper Award

Biographical Information

Magy Seif El-Nasr earned her Ph.D. degree from Northwestern University in Computer Science and her Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University. Her research focuses on enhancing game designs by developing tools and methods for evaluating and adapting game experiences. Magy received multiple grants to support her research. She has published over 60 international peer reviewed articles on her work. In addition, her work has received several awards and recognition within the Game Industry and Interactive Narrative Communities. Notably, she received Best Paper Award at the International Conference of Virtual Storytelling 2003. Her work is internationally known and cited in several game industry books, including Programming Believable Characters for Computer Games (Game Development Series) and Real-time Cinematography for Games. Magy has also received Leadership Excellence Award and Research Excellence Award from Texas A&M University. She is the managing editor of the International Journal of Arts and Technology and is an associate editor for ACM’s Computers in Entertainment and IEEE Transactions on Computational Intelligence and AI in Games; she has chaired and organized several workshops including, American Association of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) Symposium on Artificial Intelligence and Interaction Entertainment, which became its own conference: AIIDE (Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment), and conferences, including International Conference on Entertainment Computing 2011 (General Co-Chair) and ACM Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology (ACE) 2009 (PC Co-Chair). Magy is currently working on several game research projects in collaboration with Electronic Arts, Relic Entertainment, Ignite Play, Vidigami, and Pixel Ante.

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Professional Experience


2011 - Present
Associate Professor at Northeastern University
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Classes taught:
Game Design Algorithms
Jul 2007 - Aug 2011
Assistant Professor at Simon Fraser University
Vancouver, Canada
Classes taught:
Fundamentals of Game Design
Advanced Game Design
Education


2003 - Present
Northwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, United States
PhD

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