My name is Efeosasere Moibi Okoro. I hold a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Information Technology from Middlesex University and also a Masters by Research in Visual Analytics (MRes.) from the Interaction Design Centre at Middlesex University, London, UK (research bio page). I am currently starting my PhD programme at Ambrose Alli University, Edo State, Nigeria.
In 2012, I served as a Research Associate with Dr George Dafoulas in a Joint Information System Committee (JISC) funded project and served as a Research Associate with Dr Simon Attfield in 2013. In 2015, I completed the one-year mandatory National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme. During this time, I served as a System Analyst at the Bomadi Local Government Council and also a Registration officer for the Independent National Electoral Commission. I also was the President of the Education Community Development group at Bomadi.
Currently, you will find me as a faculty member in the Department of Computer Science at the newly established National Institute of Construction Technology in Edo State, Nigeria where I also currently serve as Head of the Department.
My MRes research thesis explored the impact that different types of representational structuring have on performance and user experience during intelligence-type investigations.
My research interests include mainly Human-Computer Interaction, Evidential reasoning and ICT4D. I am particularly interested in how people reason externally and how their reasoning can be supported and improved.