Former: PhD Student
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My research interests lie in the area of Human-Computer Interaction, with additional focus on building adaptive mobile interfaces for news apps. I especially focus on investigating the mechanisms needed to apply adaptation and exploring the effects of those adaptations on users' interactions.
Currently (October 2021) Research Scientist at Nokia Bell Labs.
|Y Cohen, Marios Constantinides, Paul Marshall||Places for News: A Situated Study of Context in News Consumption||2019||17th IFIP TC13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), Conference paper (text), Paphos, CYPRUS|
|Marios Constantinides, J Dowell||A Framework for Interaction-driven User Modeling of Mobile News Reading Behaviour||2018||26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization, Conference paper (text), Singapore|
|Marios Constantinides, P Germanakos, G Samaras, J Dowell||Your Digital News Reading Habits Reflect Your Personality||2018||26th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalization, Conference paper (text), Singapore|
|Marios Constantinides, J Dowell||User interface personalization in news apps||2016||CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Conference paper (text)|
|Marios Constantinides, J Dowell, D Johnson, S Malacria||Exploring Mobile News Reading Interactions for News App Personalisation||2015||MobileHCI 2015, Conference paper (text), Copehagen|
|Marios Constantinides||Apps with habits: Adaptive Interfaces for News Apps||2015||CHI'15 Extended Abstracts, Conference paper (text), Seoul, Republic of Korea|
|Marios Constantinides, J Dowell, D Johnson, S Malacria||Exploring mobile news reading interactions for news app personalisation||2015||MobileHCI'15, Conference paper (text), Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Marios Constantinides, J Dowel, D Johnson, S Malacria||Habito News: A research tool to investigate mobile news reading||2015||MobileHCI '15 Adjunct, Conference paper (text), Copenhagen, Denmark|
|Marios Constantinides||Interaction-driven User Interface Personalisation for Mobile News Systems||1900||Thesis / Dissertation|