Robert Biddle

Registered user since Mon 14 Sep 2015

Name: Robert Biddle

Bio: Robert Biddle is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Institute of Cognitive Science at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. His research is in Software Design and Human-Computer Interaction. His current research projects are on usable security, especially authentication and security decision-making, and on large-scale multi-touch devices, especially environments for collaborative design and visualization. Robert has Bachelors and Masters degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Waterloo, a PhD from the University of Canterbury, and has diplomas in both childhood and adult education.

Country: Canada

Affiliation: Carleton University

Personal website: http://hotsoft.carleton.ca

Research interests: Software Design, Programming Languages, Human Computer Interaction

Contributions

Onward! 2019
SPLASH 2019Author in Onward! Steering Committee within the Onward! Papers-track
Committee Member in Onward! Steering Committee within the Onward! Essays-track
Onward! 2018Steering Committee Member in Steering Committee
Onward! 2017Session Chair of Essay Panel (part of Onward! Essays)
Onward! Essays Chair in Program Committee within the Onward! Essays-track
Steering Committee Member in Steering Committee
Session Chair of Essays (part of Onward! Essays)
Essays Chair in Organizing Committee
Mobile! 2016Author of Hacking with Multi-touch for Java (MT4j) within the Mobile!-track
SPLASH 2017Onward! Essays Chair of Onward! Program Chairs' Report within the Keynotes-track
Onward! Essays Chair in Organizing Committee
Onward! 2016Committee Member in Program Committee within the Onward! Essays-track
* ICSE 2018 *Author of Poster T59: Sources of Satisfaction in Agile Software Development within the Posters -track
PROMOTO 2015Author of Supporting ``What-If'' in Touch-Screen Web Applications within the PROMOTO-track
Author of Collaborative Annotations for Large Touchscreen Web Applications within the PROMOTO-track
SPLASH 2012Author of Notes on Post-Post-Modern-Modern Programming within the RPG 2012-track