Dr. Ioannis Doumanis

Lecturer in Computing

School of Physical Sciences and Computing

Computing and Technology Building, CM223

+44 (0) 1772 89 3163

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Dr. Ioannis Doumanis joined UCLan in May 2018 where he currently holds a lecturer position. He is a member of the School of Physical Sciences and Computing, where he teaches HCI and programming modules. His primary interests are in HCI and user experience (UX) empirical research and design.  He has worked extensively on Web, Web apps, mobile, Serious Games/Gamification and Virtual Reality (including FP7 and H2020 R&I projects). Before joining UCLAN, he successfully completed the POINT project (funded by H2020) where he explored the User Quality of Experience (QoE) of conventional and emerging multimedia services (e.g., online digital video and Virtual Reality Storytelling). As part of the same project, he designed and empirically tested one of the first mobile games designed for smart cities. 


  • PhD HCI, University of Middlesex
  • BSc. (Hons) Telecommunications and Multimedia Systems, University of Bradford


Doumanis, I., et al. (2018). "The impact of multimodal collaborative virtual environments on learning: A gamified online debate." In Computers & Education, In press

Improving Video QoE with IP-over-ICN, Ioannis Doumanis, Alexander Phinikarides, George Xylomenos, Stuart C.M. Porter and Michael Georgiades, International Journal of Network Management, (to appear).

Economou, Daphne, Doumanis, Ioannis, Argyriou, Lemonia and Georgalas, Nektarios (2017) User experience evaluation of human representation in collaborative virtual environments. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 21 (6). pp. 989-1001. ISSN 1617-4909

Economou, D., Doumanis, Ioannis, Pedersen, F., Kathrani, P., Mentzelopoulos, M., Bouki, V. and Georgalas, N. (2016) Westminster Serious Games Platform (wmin-SGP) a tool for real-time authoring of roleplay simulations for learning. EAI Endorsed Transactions on Future Intelligent Educational Environments, 16 (6). e5.

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