Luciana Cardoso de C. Salgado is Assistent Professor at Computer Science Department (DCC) of Fluminense Federal University (UFF), where she teaches, advises and conducts research in the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Information Technology Governance (ITG). She is also Associate Senior Researcher (Semiotic Engineering Research Group - PUC-Rio since 2011).
Her current research interests involves: semiotic accounts of Culture in HCI and topics that contribute to expand and refine Semiotic Engineering Theory and Methods, Social Computing and controversies, risks, and adverse consequences surrounding the social media phenomenon (privacy, reputation, engagement,..), Computational Reasoning Acquisition, Human-Data Interaction and Smart Cities.
She is Member of Brazilian Special Comitte of Human-Computer Interaction (CEIHC) of Sociedade Brasileira de Computação (SBC) (since 2015) and Member of Special Comitte for Computer in Education (SBC) (since 2016).
Luciana Salgado has PhD in Human Computer Interaction (2011, PUC-Rio), MSc in Informatics (2007, PUC-Rio), BA in Information Technology (1994, PUC-Rio). Her professional experience includes several years (from 1993 to 2004) as systems developer coordinator and as business intelligence analyst.
She has served in technical program committees of several national and international conferences such as Interact, CSCW, TaPROViz, among others.
She is author, along with Clarisse de Souza and Carla Leitão, of the book "A Journey Through Cultures: Metaphors for Guiding the Design of Cross-Cultural Interactive Systems?, Springer, 2012.
In 2016, she created the Project #include<meninas.uff> with others colleagues.