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Alaa Almarshedi

Postgraduate research student

Professional

Qualifications

2006-2011 B.Sc in Computer Information System at Prince Sultan University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. 

2012-2013 MSc in Web Technology at University of Southampton, UK.

Present PhD candidate in Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK.

Conferences attended

The Games for Health UK Conference 2016, Coventry, UK

The ACM SIGCHI Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY), 5-7 Oct. 2015, London, UK.

The International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2014), 10-12 Nov. London, UK.

Publications

Almarshedi, Alaa, Wanick Vieira, Vanissa, Wills, Gary and Ranchhod, Ashok (2014) Towards a sustainable gamification impact At International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2014), United Kingdom. 10 - 12 Nov 2014.

AlMarshedi, Alaa, Wills, Gary and Ranchhod, Ashok (2014) Gamification to improve adherence to diabeteic treatment in Saudi Arabia At International Conference on Information Society (i-Society 2014), United Kingdom. 10 - 12 Nov 2014. 2 pp.

AlMarshedi, Alaa, wills, Gary, Wanick Vieira, Vanissa and Ranchhod, Ashokkumar (2015) SGI: a framework for increasing the sustainability of gamification impact International Journal for Infonomics, 8, (1/2), pp. 1044-1052.

AlMarshedi, Alaa, Wills, Gary and Ranchhod, Ashok (2015) The wheel of Sukr: a framework for gamifying diabetes self-management in Saudi Arabia Procedia Computer Science, 63, pp. 475-480. (doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.08.370).

AlMarshedi, Alaa, Wills, Gary, Wanick Vieira, Vanissa and Ranchhod, Ashok (2015) Gamification and behaviour In, Gamification: More than just games! Using Game Elements in Serious Contexts. Springer

Almarshedi, Alaa, Wills, Gary and Ranchhod, Ashok (2016) Gamifying self-management of chronic illnesses: amixed-methods study JMIR Serious Games, 4, (2), pp. 1-11. (doi:10.2196/games.5943). (PMID:27612632).

Almarshedi, Alaa (2013) A gamified management tool and community for Arab diabetic patients University of Southampton, School of Electronics and Computer Science, Masters Thesis , 58pp.

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