Professor in the Chair of Human Computer Interaction
University of St Andrews
Aaron Quigley is the Chair of Human Computer Interaction in the School of Computer Science at the Univeristy of St Andrews where he is the director of SACHI. He is the deputy director of SICSA, the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance.
Senior Lecturer, Arts Management and Cultural Policy
University of Manchester
I'm the Programme Director for postgrad programmes in Arts and Cultural Management at the University of Manchester
I am responsible for building relationships across academia, practice, government and the various funding bodies in the field of architectural research. Projects include: the RIBA Plan of Work 2013, the RIBA Design for Ageing programme and Uniclass
IN2 search interfaces development
You can get all the more important post I do here: http://mymeedia.com/stages/astan At IN2 (http://www..in-two.com) we make photos, videos, documents and audio files enjoyable and engaging on the web.
Research interests in the implementation of design in industry; overcoming barriers to design in SMEs; and, creating accessible methods for the application of User Centric Design.
Research interests: video coding, visual content forensics (watermarking and fingerprinting), visual content analysis and understanding.
Conducts multidisciplinary research and consultancy on advanced computer vision, multimodal or multimedia solutions to underpin innovative products in application areas such as entertainment, security, digital forensics, and healthcare.
With over 25 years of commercial experience in software product development and marketing, I manage healthcare software projects at Imperial College.
Commercialising Teesside University's Intellectual Property Portfolio via: - Spin-out businesses -Licensing Agreements - Consultancy - Knowledge Transfer Partnerships and ERDF supported Knowledge Exchange Internships.
Dean of School (Computing, Engineering & Information Sciences)
Research in superhydrophobic/oleophobic materials, hemiwicking, electrowetting and physical acoustics (surface acoustic waves and QCMs).
University of Bath
Hector joined the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering at the University of Bath in October 2010 as a PhD Candidate and his main research interest is the use of Bamboo-Guadua for structural applications in construction.
Jana Wedekind, MSc, BSc | Business Development at IN2 | Web apps for managing, enriching, searching and publishing multimedia content