Gebremariam Assres

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Prinsens gate 7-9, 0152 Oslo Norway

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Gebremariam Assres

Ph.D. Computer Science

Associate Professor

Kristiania University College, Department of Technology

Dr. Gebremariam Assres is an Associate Professor at Department of Technology, Kristiania University College, Norway. He worked as a Research Fellow at Department of Computer Science, Brunel University, United Kingdom [2017-2019]. He also worked as Assistant Professor at Aksum University, Ethiopia [2009-2016] and as Lecturer at Mekelle University, Ethiopia [2004-2008]. Dr. Gebremariam received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Science, and Ph.D. in Information Technology (Software Engineering) from Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia.

Research Interests

  • Mobile computing (IoT) 

  • Internet computing (Web services)

  • Software architectures

  • Cyber security and secure computing

  • Mulsemedia (HCI)

  • Data science (simulation)

Publications

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QoE of cross-modally mapped Mulsemedia: an assessment using eye gaze and heart rate. Multimedia Tools and Applications

​Gebremariam Assres, Hussain, N., Kani-Zabihi, E., Covaci, A., Saleme, E. B., & Ghinea, G.

Multimedia Tools and Applications, 1-23

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Less is (Just as Good as) More-an Investigation of Olfactory Intensity and Hedonic Valence in Mulsemedia QoE using Heart Rate and Eye Tracking

Gebremariam Assres, Saleme, E. B., Ademoye, O., Kani-Zabihi, E., Santos, C., & Ghinea, G. (2020)

IEEE Transactions on Multimedia

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Monitoring Activities of Daily Living Using UWB Radar Technology: A Contactless Approach.

Sindre Klavestad, Gebremariam Assres, Siri Fagernes, and Tor-Morten Grønli

MDPI IoT.

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QoE of cross-modally mapped Mulsemedia: an assessment using eye gaze and heart rate.

Gebremariam Assres, Nadia Hussain, Elahe Kani-Zabihi, Alexandra Covaci, Estevao Saleme, and Gheorghita Ghinea

Multimedia tools and applications.

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On the influence of individual differences in cross-modal Mulsemedia QoE.

Elahe Kani-Zabihi, Nadia Hussain, Gebremariam Assres, Alexandra Covaci, and Gheorghita Ghinea

Multimedia tools and applications.