Ms. Sara Muneeb
Lecturer, Computer Science
Area of Interest: Human Computer Interaction, Information and Communication Technology for Development, Assistive Technologies, Educational Technologies, Health Care Technologies
Tel # (Off): 111-001-007  

I am a lecturer and researcher at Research Center for Human Computer Interaction (RCHCI), CUI Lahore. 

Primary focus of my research includes:

  1. Educational Technologies for the empowerment and intervention of special children with impairments such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to ensure entertainment based effective learning with serious games
  2. Assistive Technologies that focus on user centered design (UCD) approach to deliver an enhanced user experience (UX) for the betterment of technophobic low literate or illiterate users, and 
  3. Smart Technologies for the digital health care assistance of elderly people. 

Taught Courses:

  1. Human Computer Interaction 
  2. Microprcessor and Assembly Language 
  3. Introduction to Computing 
  4. Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies 

Supervised Projects:

  • Now You Can Drive: A Virtual Reality (VR) simulation based educational game for the awareness of traffic rules and regulations.
  • Developing a system for Urdu Toxic comment detection
  • Prolink: Smartphone based property inventory application to assist real estate agents
  • Banado: An online hub for builders 

Co-Supervised Projects:

  • TinyHands : A M-Learning Tool for the Cognitive Assessment and Intervention of Autistic Children
  • Smartphone-based multigenerational support system: A novel approach for elderly care and child monitoring.

Awards and Honors:

  • Magna Cum Laude Distinction at ITU convocation.
  • Fully funded MS PEEF Scholar at ITU


Please visit following pages for more details

LinkedIn Profile | Youtube Lectures (Human Computer Interaction - Lab) | Course Folder (Human Computer Interaction) 


Journal Papers:
1. F. Ahmad, Z. Ahmed, S. Muneeb (2021), "Effect of Gaming Mode Upon the Players’ Cognitive Performance During Brain Games Play: An Exploratory Research", International Journal of Game-Based Learning (IJGBL), Vol: 11, Issue: 1, Standard: (In Press), Impact Factor: 1.43   
2. F. Ahmad, L. Zongwei, Z. Ahmed, S. Muneeb (2020), "Behavioral profiling: a generationwide study of players' experiences during brain games play", Interactive Learning Environments, Impact Factor: 1.94    (External URL)
Conference Papers:
1. Sara Muneeb, Mustafa Naseem, Suleman Shahid (2015) "A Usability Study of an Assistive Touch Voice Interface based Automated Teller Machine (ATM) ", ACM Dev   


Information Technology University, Punjab, Pakistan
Jan 2013 to Jun 2015
University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore , Pakistan
Jun 2008 to Aug 2012


COMSATS University Islamabad, Lahore
Aug 2015 to Date
Research Associate
Aug 2013 to Aug 2015
Teaching Assistant
Information Technology Univeristy
Oct 2013 to Jul 2015
Interactive Health Solution
Aug 2014 to Sep 2014

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