Gheorghita Ghinea
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Gheorghita Ghinea

Ph.D. Computer Science

Professor II

Kristiania University College, Department of Technology

Professor dr. Gheorghita (George) Ghinea is a Professor of Mulsemedia Computing in the Department of Computer Science at Brunel University. Prof. Ghinea heads the Interactive Multimedia Systems Group at Brunel, boasting strong research ambitions and a track record of innovative solutions as well as a hands-on approach where the developed solutions are validated with real systems.  He has over 300 publications in peer-reviewed journals and conferences, and has consulted for both the public and private sector in his areas of expertise. Prof. Ghinea plays an active part on the international academic scene, being regularly invited to edit journal special issues and to be a programme committee member of leading conferences worldwide.


Research Interests

  • Mulsemedia

  • Human-Computer Interaction

  • Multi-modal interaction

  • Ubiquitous and Mobile Computing

Publications

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An empirical investigation of performance overhead in cross-platform mobile development frameworks

Andreas Biørn-Hansen, Christoph Rieger, Tor-Morten Grønli, Tim A. Majchrzak, and Gheorghita Ghinea

Springer Empirical Software Engineering

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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.

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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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The influence of human factors on 360∘ mulsemedia QoE.

Estevao Saleme, Alexandra Covaci, Gebremariam Assres, Ioan-Sorin Comsa, Ramona Trestian, Celso A.S. Santos, and Gheorghita Ghinea

International Journal of Human-Computer Studies.

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An Empirical Investigation of Performance Overhead in Cross-Platform Mobile Development Frameworks.

Andreas Biørn-Hansen, Christoph Rieger, Tor-Morten Grønli, Tim A. Majchrzak, and Gheorghita Ghinea

Empirical Software Engineering.