Abdul Momin is a Senior Research Fellow at Indian Institute of Information Technology Allahabad. Before that, he has worked under the “Development of Robust Document Image Understanding System for documents in Indian Scripts (Government of India funded)” project as project scientist for more than 4 years.
Currently, he is submitting his thesis on “A study into Human Mind – Attention and Creativity”. In his thesis, he investigated how different factors (such as – mental stress and problem-solving strategies) could affect attention and creativity. He further investigated if there is any relationship between attention and creativity. He used physiological signals, brain signals and eye-tracking for his studies.
He is particularly interested in investigating the factors which influence human learning, intelligence and creativity. His interest also includes Machine Learning and Intelligent System, affective computing, computational modelling of higher cognitive functions, Signal Processing, Brain-Computer Interface.
Gumilar, I., Barde, A., Hayati, A. F., Billinghurst, M., Lee, G., Momin, A., ... & Dey, A. (2021, May). Connecting the Brains via Virtual Eyes: Eye-Gaze Directions and Inter-brain Synchrony in VR. In Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 1-7).