I am principally a human-computer interaction researcher with specific interests in computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW) and social computing. My work is interdisciplinary, cutting across computer science and psychology, and has covered topics including emotive communication, virtual reality, healthcare devices, collaborative information seeking, and personal informatics for self-monitoring and reflection.
I recently finished a three-year research project entitled "Investing care and appreciating effort in the use of personal communication technologies"
, working with Dr Leon Watts
and Dr Daniel Gooch
at the University of Bath. I now hold visiting researcher positions in the Human-Computer Interaction group
at Bath and in the Department of Computing & Communications
at the Open University, working with Professor Blaine Price
. In October 2017 I will be joining the Microsoft Centre for Social Natural User Interfaces
at the University of Melbourne, Australia.
In my spare time I enjoy music (especially playing my drum kit), playing card games, travelling and drinking tea. Be sure to check out Jing Tea
if you're a fellow tea lover!
Please see below for my publications and service record.