Dr Judy Bowen
Associate Dean Academic &
Senior Lecturer (Computer Science)
Qualifications: GradDipInfoTech MSc PhD Waikato
My research is in the area of the design and implementation of safety-critical interactive systems. I am particularly interested in the integration of informal user interface design methods with formal software development processes. I am also currently investigating the use of wearable technology to support workers in hazardous environments.
Bowen, J., Hinze, A., Konig, J., & Exton, D. (2021). Supporting safer work practice through the use of wearable technology. In R. Charles, & D. Golightly (Eds.), Ergonomics and Human Factors 2021 (pp. 8 pages). Online, London.
Bowen, J., & Coben, D. (2021). Using task models to understand the intersection of numeracy skills and technical competence with medical device design. Interacting with Computers, 33(1), 40-54. doi:10.1093/iwcomp/iwab011
Aït-Ameur, Y., Bowen, J., Campos, J., Palanque, P., & Weyers, B. (2021). Heterogeneous Models and Modelling Approaches for Engineering of Interactive Systems. Interacting with Computers, 33(1), 1-2. doi:10.1093/iwc/iwab005
Bowen, J., Dittmar, A., & Weyers, B. (2021). Task modelling for interactive system design: A survey of historical trends, gaps and future needs. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, 5(EICS), 1-22. doi:10.1145/3461736
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