Dr Melissa Rogerson
I am a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in the School of Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne. I currently teach undergraduate and graduate subjects in Usability Evaluation Methods. My research interests include both Game studies and Human-Computer interaction.
My current research examines the use of digital tools for tabletop game play. I am also interested in how people form and enact strategies, particularly in situations where they do not have perfect information.
I am available to supervise Masters and PhD projects. See my full list of publications here.
In October 2017, at the Spiel fair in Essen, Germany, I was interviewed about my research on BoardGameGeek TV. Watch the full interview here: