B.Eng. (Petra), M.Sc. (Manitoba), PhD (Saskatchewan)
Department of Computer Science, MacEwan University
5-172G, 10700 104 AV NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 4S2
Indratmo is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at MacEwan University. He enjoys teaching both introductory and advanced programming courses, such as object-oriented programming, interactive systems, and mobile software development. His research interests cover multidisciplinary areas of information visualization, human-computer interaction, and social computing. Prior to working at MacEwan, he taught several computer science courses as a sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan. Outside the academic world, he enjoys traveling, hiking, and camping in the Canadian Rockies.
- CMPT 101 Introduction to Computing I
- CMPT 114 Introduction to Computing Science
- CMPT 250 Human-Computer Interaction I
- CMPT 291 Introduction to File and Database Management
- CMPT 305 Object-Oriented Programming
- CMPT 315 Web-Centric Computing
- CMPT 350 Human-Computer Interaction II
- CMPT 499 Topics in Computer Science (iOS Programming)
Research interests: information visualization, exploration, and management, human-computer interaction, and social computing.
Final Projects (CMPT 496/498)
Every computer science student must do a final project in order to graduate. If you are interested in working on a project related to human-computer interaction (HCI) and information visualization, I’ll be happy to be your mentor.
A typical HCI project involves prototype design, development, and evaluation. So, project deliverables usually include requirements analysis, system design, study methods design, prototype implementation, evaluation, and a final report. Generally, to develop an idea for your project, it’s good to start with a problem that you want to solve.
To register to an individual/group project course, you need to write and submit a project proposal before a term starts. Please talk with me in advance to develop project ideas and give you enough time to write a good proposal.