Researcher at the Institute for Research in Open, Distance and eLearning (IFeL)
Ioan-Sorin Comsa is a research assistant with the Institute for Open, Distance and eLearning (IFeL). He received a PhD degree from the Institute for Research in Applicable Computing (IRAC), University of Bedfordshire, UK, in June 2015. He was also a PhD researcher with the Institute of Complex Systems, University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland in Fribourg, and he worked as a senior research engineer with CEA-LETI, Grenoble, France. Since 2017, he has been a research assistant with Brunel University London, being actively involved in the EU Horizon NEWTON project. His research interests include personalised and adaptive learning, emotion detection in learning, virtual reality, machine learning and wireless communication.
Research focus: personalised and adaptive learning, emotion detection in learning, virtual reality, machine learning, wireless communication.