Nicholas Graham: EQUIS Lab Director

Nick Graham is a Professor of Computer Science at Queen’s University. He received the Doctorate of Engineering (Dr.-Ing.) degree from the T.U. Berlin in 1995. He performed most of his thesis work at the GMD in Karlsruhe, Germany. He holds an M.Sc. from Queen’s University (1988) and a B.Sc. from the University of Toronto (1985).

Gabriele Cimolino: M.Sc. Student, Game Automation

Gabriele is bringing exergames for physiotherapy to people with spinal cord injury in pursuit of an MSc in Computer Science, with a research focus in Artificial Intelligence. Having previously completed two degrees at Queen’s, first a BAH in Classical Studies and then a BSc in Computing, Gabriele is convinced that Queen’s is the only university.

Susan Hwang: M.Sc. Student, Game Balancing

Susie completed her Bachelor’s of Computing (Hons.) at Queen’s in 2015 and is delighted to be at EQUIS and her alma mater again. Her interests and passions include video games and their design, artificial intelligence, fine art, and historical fiction. In her spare time she enjoys chasing after cats, collecting video game art books and long walks on overcast days away from mosquitoes.

Kyle Laporte: M.A.Sc. Student, Historical Environmental Change

Kyle completed his B.A.Sc. in geological engineering at Queen's in 2019, developing a passion for computer science in the latter half of his degree. His research interests range from data visualization techniques in the geosciences, to the uses of augmented and virtual reality for both educational and industrial applications. He enjoys hikes, toques, rocks, raspberry trifle, and avoiding rainy field work days by hiding indoors with his cat.

Brandon Reid: M.Sc. Student, Game Balancing

Brandon is working on machine learning techniques for calibrating balancing algorithms in exergames.

Adrian Schneider: Ph.D. Student, Nudges for Persuasion

Adrian Schneider completed his Honours B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Science at Queen’s University. His current research is in digital embodiments and exergaming. His hobbies include reading, video games, and reading about video games.

Past Post-Doctoral Fellows

Past Ph.D. Students

Past M.Sc. Students

  • Daniel Clarke, M.Sc. (2019)
  • Jordan van der Kroon, M.Sc. (2018)
  • Liam Collins, M.Sc. (2018)
  • Bernard Cheng, M.Sc. (2017)
  • Adrian Schneider, M.Sc. (2016)
  • Mallory Ketcheson, M.Sc. (2016)
  • Matt Oskamp, M.Sc. (2015)
  • Mrunal Patel, M.Sc. (2013)
  • Ameer Hamza, M. Sc. (2012)
  • Jason Kurczak, M.Sc. (2012)
  • Joey Pape, M.Sc. (2012)
  • Eric Qiu, M.Sc. (2010)
  • Kevin Grad, M.Sc. (2009)
  • Rob Fletcher, M.Sc. (2008)
  • Jeff Yim, M.Sc. (2008)
  • Barry Long, M.Sc. (2007)
  • Baha Jabarin, M.Sc. (2003)
  • Gary Anderson, M.Sc. (1999)
  • Said Elnaffar, M.Sc. (1999)
  • Tim Wright, M.Sc. (1999)
  • Reza Kopaee, M.Sc. (1998)
  • Roy Nejabi, M.Sc. (1995)
  • Gekun Song, M.Sc. (1995)
  • Catherine Morton, M.Sc. (1994)

Past Undergraduate Summer Students

  • Luke Walker (2015)
  • Siobhan Cordy (2015)
  • Curtis Tremblay (2014)
  • Leah Robert (2013)
  • Eric Ingle (2012)
  • Michelle Brown (2012)
  • Eril Berkok (2010)
  • Michelle Brown (2011)
  • Andrew Heard (2010)
  • Matt Brehmer (2009)
  • Irina Skvortsova (2005)
  • Will Roberts (2005)

Past Research Staff and Interns

  • Neven Golubovitch (2017-2019)
  • Sebastian Huber-Oikle (2017)
  • Dan Moran (2014-15)
  • Zi Ye (2011-15)
  • Jeremy Bourdiol (2014)
  • Sawyer Shipp-Wiedersprecher (2014)
  • Russell Dawes (2013)
  • Florian Eysseric (2013)
  • Julia Marsala (2012-13)
  • Irina Schumann, Intern (2011-12)
  • Quentin Bellay, Intern (2011)
  • Claire Joly, Intern (2010)
  • Louis Noval, Intern (2010)
  • Hugh Stewart, Research Associate (1998-99)