Herman Saksono HCI

My research is in the area of Human-Computer Interactions (HCI) and Personal Health Informatics (PHI). I am currently collaborating with Dr. Andrea Parker of the Wellness Technology Lab, Northeastern University. I’m a Fulbright alumni for my Master’s program in 2012-2014.

I aim to understand how technology can be designed to positively impact human behavior in the context of health promotion and community empowerment. I am exploring how gamification, storytelling, and technology-mediated reflections can support individuals to transform their health attitudes and behavior (CV).

Rigorously Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers

Book Chapter

  • A Community Health Orientation for Wellness Technology Design & Delivery
    Andrea G. Parker, Herman Saksono, Jessica A. Hoffman, and Carmen Castaneda-Sceppa. 2017. A Community Health Orientation for Wellness Technology Design & Delivery. In Designing Healthcare That Works: A Sociotechnical Approach, Mark Ackerman, Sean Goggins, Thomas Herrmann, Michael Prilla and Christian Stary (eds.). Elsevier Inc, 59–76.

Conference Paper

Abstracts presented as posters

Works that are not related to research can be found here.

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