Mounia Ziat

MOUNIA ZIAT
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - NMU

Mounia Ziat earned an Engineer's degree in Electronics (USTFA, Setif, Algeria), and a M.S. and a Ph.D in Cognitive Sciences (UTC, Compiegne, France). She also studied Arts for three years at "École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts d'Alger". She was a Postdoctoral Fellow at McGill University (Montreal, QC, Canada) and at Wilfrid Laurier University (Waterloo, ON, Canada), and she served as a sessional lecturer at University of Guelph-Humber (Toronto, ON, Canada). Her research interests include haptic device design and HCI, human perception, multisensory integration, and cognitive neuroscience. She enjoys scuba diving, camping, canoeing, hiking, and drawing. Mounia Ziat is an associate professor at Northern Michigan University and the director of the Neuroscience Program. She is on a sabbatical leave at UCLA.

News

Dr. Ziat is on a sabbatical leave at UCLA

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Dr. Ziat is visiting Dr. Roope Raisamo at University of Tampere

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On paper nominated for best paper award at Eurohaptics 2016

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Last publications

My last publication "The Cutaneous-Rabbit Illusion: What if it is not a Rabbit?" can be downloaded here

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My last publication "Why do potters make shorter vessels on the wheel when one or two of their modalities are reduced?" can be downloaded here

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Videos

ACM CHI 2016 video is

online

BCI Workshop on TV6

online

Haptics Symposium video is

online

Visiting UCLA

1
JUL17-AUG18

Los Angeles, CA

Three Presentations at WHC'17

6-9
JUN17

Munich, DE

Visiting UTA

1
MAY-JUN17

Tampere, FI