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Omar ALZoubi

  • PostDoctoral Research Associate
  • Carnegie Mellon University - Qatar Campus
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  • 8

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Research interests

Affective Computing Pattern Recognition Brain Computer Interface Data Mining

About

Omar AlZoubi is a PhD candidate at the school of School of Electrical and Information Engineering, The University of Sydney. His research interests are in physiological data modeling for emotion detection. He has also interest in Brain Computer Interface (BCI) research using EEG signals, and the use of Data Mining techniques for building real life applications.

Followers (13)

  • Leandro Bugnon

    Leandro Bugnon Research Center for Signals, Systems and Computational Intelligence - sinc(i)

  • Gisap project

    Gisap project

  • Ming Liu

    Ming Liu Southwest University

  • nilay patel

    nilay patel

  • Denis Shestakov

    Denis Shestakov

  • Hamed Monkaresi

    Hamed Monkaresi University of Sydney Physical Activity Nutrition and Obesity Research Group

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Following (11)

  • Ming Liu

    Ming Liu Southwest University

  • nilay patel

    nilay patel

  • Denis Shestakov

    Denis Shestakov

  • Hamed Monkaresi

    Hamed Monkaresi University of Sydney Physical Activity Nutrition and Obesity Research Group

  • Edmundo P. Leiva-Lobos

    Edmundo P. Leiva-Lobos

  • Payam Aghaeipour

    Payam Aghaeipour University of Sydney Physical Activity Nutrition and Obesity Research Group

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Publications

Affect Detection from Multichannel Physiology during Learning Sessions with AutoTutor

  • M. S. Hussain
  • O. AlZoubi
  • R. A. Calvo
  • S.K. D’Mello
Artificial Intelligence in Education (AIED)
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Affective Modeling from Multichannel Physiology: Analysis of Day Differences

  • AlZoubi O
  • Hussain M
  • D’Mello S
  • Calvo R
Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII2011) (2011)
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Detecting Learners’ Affective States using Physiological Signals. (in press)

  • AlZoub O
  • D’Mello S
  • Calvo R
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON AFFECTIVE COMPUTING
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Siento: an experimental platform for behavior and psychophysiology in HCI

  • Calvo R
  • Hussain M
  • Pour P
  • AlZoubi O
Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII2011) (2011)
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The impact of system feedback on learners’ affective and physiological states

  • Pour P
  • Hussein S
  • AlZoubi O
  • D'Mello S
  • Calvo R
10th International Conference, ITS 2010, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, June 14-18, 2010, Proceedings, Part I (2010)
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Professional experience

PostDoctoral Research Associate

Carnegie Mellon University - Qatar Campus

November 2012 - Present

Education history

The Univesity of Sydney

PhD Candidate

July 2008 - September 2012 (4 years)