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Natã Barbosa


I'm a Ph.D. student in Information Science and Technology at Syracuse University, interested in ubiquitous computing and machine learning applications for human-computer interaction. I'm also a full-stack software engineer.

Recent Projects


  1. N.M. Barbosa, J. Hayes, Y. Wang. UniPass: Design and Evaluation of a Smart Device-Based Password Manager for Visually Impaired Users. 2016 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp 2016). [23.7% acceptance rate] [pdf]
  2. N.M. Barbosa, Y. Wang. Lessons Learned from Designing and Evaluating Smart Device-Based Authentication for Visually Impaired Users. SOUPS 2016 Workshop on Who are you?! Adventures in Authentication (WAY 2016). Denver, CO.
  3. Y. Huang, B. Dobreski, B.B. Deo, J. Xin, N.M. Barbosa, Y. Wang, J.P. Bigham. CAN: Composable Accessibility Infrastructure. The Web for All Conference (W4A 2015). Florence, Italy. [pdf]
  4. N.M. Barbosa. Strategies: An Inclusive Authentication Framework. ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2014). Rochester, NY. Silver Medal Award at the Undergraduate Student Research Competition. [pdf]