Elizabeth Stobert is director of the SPIRL lab. She is an assistant professor in the School of Computer Science, and co-director of the HCI Masters program at Carleton University. Prior to joining Carleton University she worked at the National Research Council of Canada, and held postdoctoral fellowships at ETH Zurich and Concordia University.
Aniqa Alam is working on a PhD in computer science. Her research interests are in culture and usable security, and her masters thesis examined how culture affects password sharing in Bangladesh.
Mary-Emma Barnhill is completing an i-Cureus fellowship in the SPIRL lab, looking at how pronounceable passwords can be designed to be more memorable.
Svetlana Dobrynina is working on a Masters of HCI. Her thesis research is examining users’ mental models of password managers.
Clarissa Fernandes is completing her Bachelor of Computer Science. For her honours project in computer science, she conducted a survey inquiring about users’ preparations for handling their digital legacies.
Kalumbu Kasaji is an undergraduate student in computer science. She completed a Dean’s Summer Research Internship in the SPIRL lab, and is continuing work on a graphical password project.
Zeynep Kocacenk is completing her Bachelor of Computer Science, and working with the SPIRL lab on a graphical password project.
Paola Marmorato is working on her Masters of HCI. Her research interests are in usable security and aging in place.
Ruchi Swami is working on her Masters of HCI. Her research interests are in usable security and aging in place.
- Meera Balsara
- Jake Bauer
- Adam Khachi
- Lin Kyi
- Samuel Mitchell
- Tina Safaie
- Joy Smith
- Guillaume St-Pierre