Dr Ikram Asghar
PhD Computing (BU, United Kingdom)
Thesis Title: Impact of Assistive Technologies to Support People with Dementia
MS Software Engineering (IIUI, Pakistan)
Thesis Title: Empirical Study on Software Engineers Motivational and De-Motivational Factors
BS Computer Science (GCUF, Pakistan)
Project Title: Automated Speech Recognition Engine for the Microsoft Windows
Ikram Asghar got his PhD from Bournemouth University and has a passion for improving human-technology interaction through user-centered approaches. During his PhD, he investigated the “Impact of Assistive Technologies in Supporting People with Dementia”. He has published many journal and conference papers in the relevant fields. Previously he has worked as a lecturer and system engineer. He has experience of working with care homes and hospitals, arranging technology exhibitions and writing research funding proposals.
Ikram has won many awards throughout his career including ‘Academic Excellence Award’, ‘Most Creative Award’ at Bournemouth University and ‘Brave Award’ at Motorola Solutions.
System Engineer: Motorola Solutions
RF Optimization Engineer: Nokia Siemens Networks
Visiting Lecturer: IIUI, BIST
Asghar, I., Egaji, O, A., Griffiths, M., & Hinton, D. (2018). Moe the Monkey: A Fun Way to Educate Children In International Conference on Disability, Virtual Reality & Associated Technologies, 2018.
Dandu, L., Asghar, I., Egaji, O, A., Griffiths, M., & Gilchrist, E. (2018). Motion Rail: A Virtual Reality Level Crossing Training Application In 32nd Human Computer Interaction Conference, 2018.
Asghar, I., Cang, S., & Yu, H. (2017). Usability Evaluation of Assistive Technologies through Qualitative Research Focusing on People with Mild Dementia. Computers in Human Behavior.
Asghar, I., Cang, S., & Yu, H. (2017). Assistive technology for people with dementia: an overview and bibliometric study. Health Information & Libraries Journal.
Asghar, I., Cang, S., & Yu, H. (2017). Questionnaire-based evaluation of assistive technology support for people with dementia living in Pakistan. Assistive Technology.
Asghar, I., Cang, S., & Yu, H. (2017, September). Empirical Analysis of Assistive Technology Support to the People with Dementia. In 22nd IEEE International Conference on Automation and Computing (ICAC’17).
Asghar, I., Cang, S., & Yu, H. (2016, December). Software based assistive technologies for people with dementia: Current achievements and future trends. In Software, Knowledge, Information Management & Applications (SKIMA), 2016 10th International Conference on (pp. 162-168). IEEE.
Khan, H. U., Asghar, I., Ghayyur, S. A., & Raza, M. (2015). An Empirical Study of Software Requirements Verification and Validation Techniques along their Mitigation Strategies. Asian Journal of Computer and Information Systems (ISSN: 2321–5658), 3(03).
Raza, M. M., Minhas, N. M., Khan, H. U., & Asghar, I. (2015). Impact of Stress on Software Engineers Knowledge Sharing and Creativity [A Pakistani Perspective].
Asghar, I., Cang, S., & Yu, H. (2015, December). A systematic mapping study on assistive technologies for people with dementia. In Software, Knowledge, Information Management and Applications (SKIMA), 2015 9th International Conference on (pp. 1-8). IEEE.
Asghar, I., & Usman, M. (2013, December). Motivational and De-motivational Factors for Software Engineers: An Empirical Investigation. In Frontiers of Information Technology (FIT), 2013 11th International Conference on (pp. 66-71). IEEE.
IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society
Institute of Directors
Dementia Friends by Alzheimer’s Society UK
Human Computer Interaction, Technology Usability Testing, User Centered Design, Assistive Technology Support for Disabled People
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