Kiemute Oyibo is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Waterloo, Canada. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. He has published over 60 scientific papers, which have received over 500 citations on Google Scholar. The design of a culture-tailored persuasive health application called BEN’FIT, upon which his thesis is based, received the Gold Award at the Human Computer Interaction International 2019 Student Design Competition in Florida. In 2019, he did a postdoctoral fellowship at Carnegie Mellon University, United States.
- User modelling
- User-centred design
- Persuasive technology
- BEng Electrical Engineering, University of PortHarcourt, Nigeria (2006)
- MSc Computer Science, African University of Science and Technology, Nigeria (2013
Oyibo, K. (2020). Designing Culture-Tailored Persuasive Technology to Promote Physical Activity (Doctoral dissertation, University of Saskatchewan).
Oyibo, K. and Vassileva, J. (2020). Persuasive features that drive the adoption of tness application and the moderating effect of age and gender, Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 4(2), 17.
Oyibo, K. and Vassileva, J. (2020). Gender preference and difference in behavior modeling in fitness app: a mixed method approach, Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 4(2), 21.
Oyibo, K. and Vassileva, J. (2020). Homex: Persuasive technology acceptance model and the moderating effect of culture, Frontiers, 2, 10.
Oyibo, K. and Vassileva, J. (2019). Investigation of persuasive system design predictors of competitive behavior in fitness application: A mixed-method approach, Digital Health, 5, 2055207619878601.
Oyibo, K. and Vassileva, J. (2019). Investigation of the moderating effect of culture on users’ susceptibility to persuasive features in fitness applications,Information, 10(11), 344.
Oyibo, K. and Vassileva, J. (2019). The relationship between personality traits and susceptibility to social influence, Computers in Human Behavior, 98, 174-188.
Oyibo, K., Adaji, I. and Vassileva, J. (2018). Social cognitive determinants of exercise behavior in the context of behavior modeling: a mixed method approach, Digital Health, 4, 2055207618811555.
Oyibo, K., Orji, R. and Vassileva, J. (2018). Developing culturally relevant design guidelines for encouraging physical activity: a social cognitive theory perspective, Journal of Healthcare Informatics Research, 2(4), 319-352.
Oyibo, K., Adaji, I., Orji, R., Olabenjo, B., Azizi, M. and Vassileva, J. (2018). Perceived persuasive effect of behavior model design in fitness apps. In Proceedings of the 26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization (pp. 219-228).