Dr Abe KarnikLecturer
The most definitive version of my activities can be found here: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/staff/karnik/
I am currently interested in different aspects of display technology with specific focus on multi-view, organic and novel display approaches driven from an HCI perspective. My research interest is primarily hardware-centric and focuses on prototyping systems within the field of HCI. I am also interested in applying HCI to improve the use of digital technology in existing scientific research fields through cross-disciplinary projects.
TeachingAbe is a Lecturer in HCI at SCC with active involvement in the International Teaching Partnerships of Lancaster University at LU Ghana, Sunway in Malaysia and BJTU in China. Teaching duties include roles as Module convener for both UG and PG modules as well as co-teaching on UG modules, supervision of TYPs and MSci dissertations.
ResearchCurrent PhD supervision includes two students. Recent funding activities involve MRC-P2D (MobiESense) and EPSRC-IAA (Volumetrics). The most definitive version of Abe's research activities can be found at: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/staff/karnik/
Ph.D. in Computer Science (University of Bristol, UK)
B.E. in Instrumentation and Control Engg. (Nirma Inst. of Technology, Gujarat University, India)
PG Cert. in Academic Practice (Lancaster University, UK)
Lecturer, SCC, Lancaster University, 2013-present.
Asst. Systems Engg., Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, 2004-2009.
HCI Community Activities:Program committee member for CHI '14-17', MobileHCI '12 & EuroITV '13. Reviewer for CHI ('10 to '18), UIST ('14-'12), MobileHCI ('14, '13), SUI '13, ITS ('12, '11, '10), GI ('12, '11), INTERACT'11 & ICEC'11.
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in deformable displays, organic disjointed display elements, tangible interacatibles, novel stereoscopic approaches for single and multiple users. I have interests in brain-computer interfaces, haptics and bio-sensing. Feel free to discuss your ideas with me if they align to any of my research interests.
Collaborating around digital tabletops: children’s physical strategies from the UK, India and Finland
Jamil, I., Montero, C.S., Perry, M., O'Hara, K., Karnik, A.A., Pihlainen, K., Marshall, M.T., Jha, S., Gupta, S., Subramanian, S. 1/05/2017 In: ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction. 24, 3, p. 23:1-23:30. 30 p.
Exploring interactions with physically dynamic bar charts
Taher, F., Hardy, J., Karnik, A., Weichel, C., Jansen, Y., Hornbaek, K., Alexander, J. 18/04/2015
Opportunities and challenges for data physicalization
Jansen, Y., Dragicevic, P., Isenberg, P., Alexander, J., Karnik, A., Kildal, J., Subramanian, S., Hornbaek, K. 04/2015
Morphees: toward high "shape resolution" in self-actuated flexible mobile devices
Roudaut, A., Karnik, A., Löchtefeld, M., Subramanian, S. 2013
MUSTARD: a multi user see through AR display
Karnik, A., Mayol-Cuevas, W., Subramanian, S. 2012
PiVOT: personalized view-overlays for tabletops
Karnik, A., Martinez Plasencia, D., Mayol-Cuevas, W., Subramanian, S. 2012
SDM-assist software to design site-directed mutagenesis primers introducing "silent" restriction sites
Karnik, A., Karnik, R., Grefen, C. 03/2013 In: BMC Bioinformatics. 14, 9 p.
Sci-Seedlets - conveying importance of plants and plant science in solving global problems by ‘nurturing educational outcomes for school children.'
01/11/2021 → 30/04/2022
Sci-Seedlets: Public engagement through science tasters
01/05/2021 → 30/04/2023
Proximity to Discover: Industry Engagement for Impact
31/03/2018 → 30/11/2019
- Digital Health Group
- SCC (Interactive Systems)