- Summer 2013: Research Assistant, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Project: Creating Virtual Patients portraying mild TBI as a Training Tool for Screening Traumatic brain Injury
Funded By: Polytrauma Clinic at W. G. (Bill) Hefner VA Medical Center - Salisbury, NC.
- Summer 2010: Research mentor, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Project: Create Virtual Agents to Improve Learning Outcomes in Young Children with Learning Disabilities.
Funded By: Summer REU program funded by National Science Foundation (NSF).
- Fall 2009: Graduate Assistant, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Project: Intelligent Tutoring Systems.
|Publication Date||Bibliographic Citation|
Brearly, T.W., Sakpal, R., Wilson, D., Taber, K.H. (2016, March). “Development of a mTBI virtual standardized patient: Enhancing diagnostic reliability through interactive training”. Poster accepted for the annual University of North Carolina-Charlotte Military Culture conference, Charlotte, NC.
Raghavi Sakpal, Kieran-Jordine, Dale-Marie Wilson. Emotion Generation for Virtual Agents based on PMC (Personality-Mood-Culture) Cognitive Rules, 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE 2015), July 2015, Accepted
Mohammed Ahmed, Raghavi Sakpal, Dale-Marie Wilson, David Cifu, Joel Scholten, Chloe A. Bomberger, Robin A. Hurley, Christine Elnitsky, Katherine H. Taber. (2014) “Creating a Virtual Mild TBI Patient: Conceptual Design and Initial Database Development”, American Neuropsychiatric Association 2014 (ANPA).
Jordine, K., Wilson, D, and Sakpal, R. (2014) “Logic Analyzer of Computer Programs using Relational Model”, HCI International 2014. (Accepted).
Jensen, A. S., Wilson, Dale-Marie, Jordine, K. and Sakpal, R. (2012) “Detecting Elements of Culture Bias in Student Perceptions of Embodied Pedagogical Agents”, World Conference on Educational Media and Technology, 26 - 29 June 2012.
Raghavi Sakpal. (2012) “Virtual patients to teach cultural competency”, In Proceedings of the 14th ACM international conference on Multimodal interaction (ICMI ’12). ACM, New York, NY, USA,349-352. DOI=10.1145/2388676.2388754 http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2388676.2388754.