Management Sciences

Arielle standing beside a magnolia treeArielle is a PhD Candidate working with Mark Hancock and Rob Duimering. Her interest in Human-Computer Interaction began when she worked as a research assistant at the GI. Her research interests span across a wide range of disciplines. As a MASc student, she completed work on the effects of incentives on heterogeneous groups solving complex problems. She has also been part of research on the effects of gender and cybersickness in VR, and the language of gender within the VR research field.

University of Waterloo

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