Computational social science, social network analysis, privacy, usability, location sharing, computer-mediated communication
Tasos Spiliotopoulos is a PhD candidate in Human-Computer Interaction at the University of Madeira and an FCT scholar at M-ITI. Prior to coming to Madeira, Tasos was a member of the Information Systems Laboratory Research Group at the University of Athens in Greece, and worked as a freelance software developer and usability specialist. Tasos holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of Leicester in the UK and an MSc in Advanced Information Systems from the University of Athens.
Key topics in his PhD research include computational social science, social network analysis, privacy, usability, location sharing and computer-mediated communication. Areas that his research has focused in the past include human-centered design, locative media, universal design and web accessibility, business entrepreneurship and employability, teleworking and e-government services.