Dr Maite Frutos-Pascual
Dr Maite Frutos-Pascual specialises in Human Computer Interaction (HCI), usability, user analysis and user testing, interactive systems and sensor data analysis and integration.
Dr Frutos-Pascual gained her PhD degree in Computer Science with her work about the analysis of visual attention and its application in adaptive intelligent systems based on serious games. She graduated with honours at the University of Deusto, Spain, where she worked as a research assistant for nearly 5 years on ICTs for health, mainly on human computer interaction, sensor data integration and user interaction analysis in assistive interfaces for people with individual needs.
She joined the DMT Lab at Birmingham City University in 2015, since then she has been actively working in the use of freehand interaction in mixed reality environments using body tracking analysis. Her expertise ranges a variety of different topics in HCI, intelligent systems, data analysis and retrieval using different sensors (i.e. eye trackers, depth sensors, biofeedback), usability and user interaction analysis. Maite has her work published in different international journals with JCR (Q1, Q2) and A* ranked international conferences.