I am Mariam Hassib, a post-doctoral researcher in Human-Computer Interaction and Usable Security in the Bundeswehr University of Munich.

I obtained my PhD degree from the University of Munich (LMU) in 2018 where I worked on developing novel communication and interactive technologies leveraging a myriad of Physiological sensors such as heart rate, EEG, and eye tracking. 

Before joining the Usable Security and Privacy Group in UniBW, I was a researcher at the the University of Munich (LMU) and the University of Stuttgart. Apart from academia, I gained professional experience through working as a UX researcher in two startups, did my bachelor thesis in Daimler AG (Ulm), and interned in Sony STC (Stuttgart).

My current research in UbiBW is at the intersection of HCI, usable security and privacy, and human behaviour sensing. My research approach comprises both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Through working in multi-disciplinary teams on 30+ publications, my research experience spans a wide range of fields including affective computing, applied machine learning, VR/AR  applications, and usable security.