Postdoctoral fellow

Sara Nabil is a Postdoctoral Fellow at CIL (Creative Interactions Lab) in Carleton University who did her PhD in OpenLab, Newcastle, UK. Her research integrates interior design with interaction design, using soft seamless sensing, e-textiles and smart materials that are malleable, shape-changing or colour-changing. Sara’s work has been exhibited at a number of exhibitions including ‘Living with Adaptive Architecture’ (Lakeside Arts Gallery Nottingham, UK 2018) and the Immersive Hive (Great North Museum, UK 2018). Her background includes both a BSc in Computing and an MSc in OUI design with prior experience as an HCI Lecturer, Interior Designer and Sr. Software Developer. For an updated list of her publications and patents, visit her google scholar or website.

sara.nabil@carleton.ca | website | twitter

Associated Projects

Associated Papers

conference

Bend or PIN: Studying Bend Password Authentication with People with Vision Impairment

Daniella Briotto Faustino, Sara Nabil, Audrey Girouard

Graphics Interfaces Conference, 2020

conference

Wearable Bits: Scaffolding Creativity with a Prototyping Toolkit for Wearable E-textiles

Lee Jones, Sara Nabil, Amanda McLeod, Audrey Girouard

ACM Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interactions TEI 2020, 2020

workshop

Swatch-bits: Prototyping E-textiles with Modular Swatches

Lee Jones, Sara Nabil, Audrey Girouard

ACM Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interactions TEI 2020, 2020

demo

JoyHolder: Tangible Back-of-Device Mobile Interactions

Amit Yadav, Alexander Keith Eady, Sara Nabil, Audrey Girouard

ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces, ISS 2019, 2019