Radiah Rivu M.Sc.

Radiah Rivu M.Sc.
INF 5 Institut für Anwendungssicherheit
Gebäude Carl-Wery-Str. 18, Zimmer 1716
sheikh.rivu@unibw.de

Radiah Rivu M.Sc.

Radiah Rivu is part of the research group in Usable Security and Privacy at the Research Institute Cyber Defense and Smart Data (CODE). Part of her research is to explore how HCI can be enhanced using Virtual Reality (VR).  She is working to use Virtual Reality as a research paradigm. She believes VR can be used as an evaluation tool in the field of HCI and is looking towards using VR to transfer part of the research until now being conducted in the field to the lab. The reason for this is that VR allows for creating realistic experiences that elicit behaviour comparable to the real world.

 

Short Bio

Radiah Rivu is currently pursuing her PhD at Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany.  She has completed her M.Sc in Informatik at the Technische Universität Munich in 2018, which included a thesis in the field of Computer Vision. Before that, she completed my B.Sc in Computer Science and Engineering at North South University, Bangladesh in 2015.

 

Theses Topics

  • Social Gatherings in Virtual Reality
  • Virtual Reality as a Novel Research Paradigm
  • 3D Modeling
  • AR Interactions
Cooperations
  • 3D drawings on 2D touchscreen 
  • Gaze highlighting in AR
See open topics here.

 

Organising Commitee

  • UIST '18 School

 

Peer Reviewer

  • CHI'19
  • MUM'18
  • COGAIN '19 

 

Publications

2019

rivu2019cogain.JPG Sheikh Radiah Rahim Rivu, Yasmeen Abdrabou, Thomas Mayer, Ken Pfeuffer and Florian Alt. GazeButton: Enhancing Buttons with Eye Gaze Interactions. In 2019 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications. COGAIN '19. ACM, New York, NY, USA. [Download Bibtex]