My name is Nabila Chowdhury. Currently, I'm pursuing my PhD at the Faculty of Information at the University of Toronto. I will be working with Dr. Negin Dahya. Previously I completed my Master's in Computer Science at the University of Manitoba. I was a Research Assistant in the Human-Computer Interaction Lab, working under the supervision of Dr. Celine Latulipe and Dr. James E. Young. My research focus was on the topic of intergenerational music co-listening between grandparents and teen grandchildren to facilitate sustained interactions. I completed my B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from North South University and my undergrad project supervisor was Dr. Nova Ahmed.
- I will be starting my PhD at the University of Toronto from Fall 2022!
- Listen to my interview on CBC radio about my current research study- intergenerational music co-listening
- Our poster on “Listening Together while Apart: Intergenerational Music Listening“ got accepted in CSCW 2021!