About me

Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Computer Science
Department of Computer Science, Brunel University London

Fotis is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the Department of Computer Science at Brunel University London. His work broadly falls into Human-Computer Interaction and Multimedia. He is particularly interested in developing Human-Centred Systems for real-world use that are centred around novel ways of communicating with a user and offering innovative ways to access and interact with information. He has worked on using Serious Games to promote web accessibility design and improve decision making, as well as on supporting and improving chronic pain management within the Digital Health domain. More recently, his work focused on identifying and assessing cyber threats to Virtual Reality environments and on using olfactory data as an authentication technique.