I am a researcher in the Adaptive Systems and Interactions group at Microsoft Research, Redmond. My primary research interests are in Attention Management for Multitasking Domains, but I am also interested in technology for task flow across devices, health care, and ICTD.
I received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2008. I received a Masters in Computer Science from the same university in 2005 and a Bachelors in Computer Science and Engineering from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology in 2001.
For more details on my research and background, please visit my webpage at: http://research.microsoft.com/~shamsi.
- Eyal Ofek, Shamsi Iqbal, and Karin Strauss, Reducing Disruption from Subtle Information Delivery during a Conversation: Mode and Bandwidth Investigation, in Sig Chi 2013, ACM Sig CHI 2013, 29 April 2013
- Shamsi T. Iqbal, Jonathan Grudin, and Eric Horvitz, Peripheral Computing During Presentations: Perspectives on Costs and Preferences, in ACM Conference on Human Factors for Computing Systems (CHI), Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., May 2011
- Shamsi T Iqbal, Eric Horvitz, Y.C. Ju, and Ella Mathews, Hang on a Sec! Effects of Proactive Mediation of Phone Conversations while Driving, in ACM Conference on Human Factors for Computing Systems (CHI), Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., May 2011
- Shamsi T. Iqbal and Brian P. Bailey, Oasis: A Framework for Linking Notification Delivery to the Perceptual Structure of Goal-Directed Tasks, in ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, ACM, December 2010
- Margaret M. Burnett, Scott D. Fleming, Shamsi T. Iqbal, Gina Venolia, Vidya Rajaram, Umer Farooq, Valentina Grigoreanu, and Mary Czerwinski, Gender differences and programming environments across programming populations., ACM ESEM , September 2010
- Shamsi T. Iqbal and Eric Horvitz, Notifications and Awareness: A Field Study of Alert Usage and Preferences, in The 2010 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., February 2010
- Shamsi T. Iqbal, Yun-Cheng Ju, and Eric Horvitz, Cars, Calls and Cognition: Investigating Driving and Divided Attention, in ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., 2010
- Amy K. Karlson, Shamsi T. Iqbal, Brian Meyers, Gonzalo Ramos, Kathy Lee, and John C. Tang, Mobile Taskflow in Context: A Screen Shot Study of Smartphone Usage, in Proceedings of CHI 2010, Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., 2010