My name is Efeosasere 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 applying for a PhD position.
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 Information Communication Technology unit at the newly established National Institute for Construction Technology in Edo State, Nigeria.
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, how their reasoning can be supported and may be improved.