PUBLICATIONS

 
16 Sudeep Raj, Chia-Chien Wu, Shreya Raj, and Nada Attar. IUnderstanding the Relation between Microsaccades and Pupil Dilation, Proceedings of the 11th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research & Applications (ETRA 2019), 2019, Article No. 67 Link
15 Chia-Chien Wu, Nada Attar and Marc Pomplun. Involuntary semantic bias in visual working memory and search efficiency, submitted to Cognitive Science
14 Nada Attar, Matthew Schneps and Marc Pomplun. Working Memory Load Predicts Visual Search Efficiency: Evidence from a Novel Pupillary Response Paradigm. Memory and Cognition, 44(7), pp.1038-1049, 2016 [Impact Factor: 2.457]
13 Nada Attar: Enhancing Cognitive Load Measurement and User Performance in Human Computer Interaction. Dissertation at University of Massachusetts Boston – Computer Science Department. Dec 2016.
12 Nada Attar, inventor; Apparatus, method and computer-readable medium that assign measure to an item and assist loca-tion. Publication No. US-2017-0249364-A1, Publication Date: 8/31/2017. Link
11 Nada Attar and Marc Pomplun: Enhancing Reading Interfaces and Comprehension Measurement with Eye Tracking Data. IEEE 2nd International Conference on Human Computer Interactions (ICHCI’16), pp. 1-6, IEEE, Chennai, India, 2016 [Acceptance rate: 12.28% (135/1099)]
10 Nada Attar, Chia-Chien Wu, Djamel-Eddine Sia and Marc Pomplun: A Deeper Understanding of Optimal Viewing Position Using Eye Fixations and Character Recognition on Text-Viewing and Reading Tasks. ACM ETRA: 2016 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, pp. 209-212, ACM, Charleston, SC, USA, 2016 [Acceptance rate 34%]
9 Nada Attar, Paul Fomenky, Wei Ding and Marc Pomplun: Improving Cognitive Load Level Measurement through Pre-processing of Psychophysical Data by Random Subspace Time-Series Method. IEEE 2nd International Conference on Human Computer Interactions (ICHCI’16), pp. 1-6, IEEE, Chennai, India, 2016 [Acceptance rate: 12.28% (135/1099)]
8 Nada Attar, Chia-Chien Wu and Marc Pomplun: The Effect of Immediate Accuracy Feedback in a Multiple-Target Visual Search Task. In Proceedings of the 36th annual meeting of the cognitive science society, pp. 1868-1873, Quebec, Canada, 2014 [Acceptance rate: 41%]
7 Nada Attar, Paul Fomenky, Wei Ding and Marc Pomplun: Modeling an Unsupervised Time-Series Learning Method for Visual Search Leveraging Preprocessed Cognitive load Pupil Data. The 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Computers in Psychology (SCiP), Chicago, USA, 2015
6 Chia-Chien Wu, Nada Attar and Marc Pomplun: Involuntary semantic bias during search for words and word pairs. The Meeting of Visual Sciences Society 2015, Journal of Vision, 15 (12), pp. 1367-1367, 2015
5 Nada Attar, Chia-Chien Wu and Marc Pomplun: Immediate Feedback During Multiple-Target Visual Search Improves Accuracy. The Meeting of the Visual Sciences Society 2014, Journal of Vision, 14 (10), pp. 1195-1195, 2014
4 Nada Attar, Matthew Schneps and Marc Pomplun: Pupil Size as Measure of Working Memory Load during Visual Search. The Meeting of the Visual Sciences Society 2013, Journal of Vision, 13 (9), pp. 160-160, 2013
3 Atlas of Science: A Novel Approach to Reliability Predicting Efficient Visual Search, September 27, 2016. Link
2 Nada Attar, Chia-Chien Wu, Djamel-Eddine Sia and Marc Pomplun. Enhance Reading Interfaces in Human Computer Interaction using Contextual Design. In submission
1 Chia-Chien Wu, Nada Attar and Marc Pomplun. Involuntary semantic bias in visual working memory and search efficiency. In submission

Invited Talks

 
8 Guest Speaker at the 35th Bay Area Discrete Math Day (BAD Math Day)- Saint Mary’s College, “Working Memory Load Predicts Visual Search Efficiency: Evidence from a Novel Pupillary Response Paradigm”.
Date: Oct 7th, 2017
7 Guest Speaker at Math Day - Saint Mary’s College, “Why Computer Science”.
Date: Sep 11th, 2017
6 Guest Speaker at Boston College, Boston
Title: “Enhancing Interfaces with Eye Tracking Data in Human Computer Interaction”
Date: Jan 25th, 2017
5 Guest Speaker at VIVO Colloquium - Schepens Eye Research Institute, Harvard University, Boston
Title: “Enhancing User Working Memory Load Measurement”
Date: Jan 18th, 2017
4 Guest Speaker at CS 188SL-01 Science Gateway Seminar - UMass Boston
Title: “Cognitive Load Measurements in Human Computer Interaction”
Date: Feb 9th, 2016
3 UMass Boston Ph.D. Symposium Colloquium Talk
Title: “Modeling an Unsupervised Time-Series Learning Method for Visual Search Leveraging Preprocessed Working Memory Pupil Data”
Date: May 28th, 2015
2 UMass Boston Ph.D. Symposium Colloquium Talk
Title: “The Effect of Immediate Accuracy Feedback in a Multiple-Target Visual Search Task”
Date: May 14th, 2014
1 UMass Boston Ph.D. Symposium Colloquium Talk
Title: “Working Memory Load Increase Predicts Visual Search Efficiency”
Date: May 3rd, 2013