Jassim Happa

Research Fellow,

Research Member of Common Room

Research Fellow

Department of Computer Science


I am a post-doc researcher in the Dept. of Computer Science at the University of Oxford. My research interests more generally include computer graphics, rendering, visualization, human visual perception and human-computer interaction. I successfully defended my PhD in January 2012 on high-fidelity rendering of cultural heritage at the University of Warwick, but have since December 2011 worked at Oxford. In more recent years spent I have spent my research efforts on understanding developing visual analytics techniques to help cyber-security analysts understand cyber-attacks better. In my research projects I have also supervised, tutored and lectured undergraduate students in computer graphics at Oxford, supervised MSc students and lecture for the Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Cyber Security.