Mike has a background in physiological sensors, medicine and game development. He has worked with Rina on a project about inserting real-time markers into EEG data for ERP analysis. His research at the University of Waterloo (co-supervisors: Dr. Lennart Nacke and Dr. Edith Law) will be located at the intersection of human computation, EEG analysis and playful interaction.
Curiously Motivated: Profiling Curiosity with Self-Reports and Behaviour Metrics in the Game “Destiny”
Mike Schäkermann, Giovanni Ribeiro, Guenter Wallner, Simone Kriglstein, Daniel Johnson, Anders Drachen, Rafet Sifa, and Lennart Nacke. 2017. Curiously Motivated: Profiling Curiosity with Self-Reports and Behaviour Metrics in the Game “Destiny”. .
Rina Wehbe, Elisa Mekler, Mike Schäkermann, Edward Lank, and Lennart Nacke. 2017. Testing Incremental Difficulty Design in Platformer Games. .