About me

Konstantinos Papangelis is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (PRC) and an Honorary Lecturer in Computer Science at the University of Liverpool (UK). His research brings principles and techniques from the fields of computer science, human-computer interaction, sociology, and psychology. To this end, he conducts research that spans the areas of, ethno(techno)methodology, interaction design, computer supported cooperative work, UX research, and user-centered design.

Some of the issues that interest him involve understanding the technologies that matter, how can we use emerging technologies smartly and sustainably, and what do emerging technologies mean for the economy and the society.

Areas of Expertise

  • Computer Supported Cooperative Work
  • User Experience
  • Ethno(techno)methodology
  • Interaction Design
  • Online Communities
  • Participatory Design Methods
  • Eth(net)nography
  • Standards and Acccesibility

Academic Positions

Education & Training

  • Ph.D. 2015

    Ph.D. in Computer Science

    University of Aberdeen (UK)

  • MSc (Distinction) 2011

    Masters of Human-Computer Interaction

    Lancaster University (UK)

  • BSc (Hons) 2010

    Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

    University of Huddersfield (UK)