University of Glasgow, September 2019-present
Teaching Research Methods & Techniques and Mobile Human-Computer Interaction.
University of Glasgow, January 2017-August 2019
Working on the EU-funded Levitate project. I developed and evaluated interactive systems using ultrasound waves to levitate physical objects in mid-air and generate contactless haptic feedback. [link]
Rewarded for my ‘Exceptional Contribution’ in 2017, 2018, 2019.
University of Glasgow, September 2016-December 2016
Working on a project investigating new interaction techniques for virtual reality. Funded by a donation from Nokia.
University of Glasgow, September 2015-September 2016
Working in the Multimodal Interaction Group on the ABBI project. I developed software for the project and investigated novel ways of using wearable technology to help visually impaired children at home and at school. [link]
PhD Computing Science
University of Glasgow, 2012-2016
Thesis: “Interaction techniques with novel multimodal feedback for addressing gesture-sensing systems” [link] [synopsis]
Supervised by Stephen Brewster, Matthew Chalmers and Vuokko Lantz.
BSc Computing Science (First Class Honours)
University of Glasgow, 2008-2012
€60,000 from Huawei Research, Finland. Started summer 2019.
€35,500 from Nokia Research, Finland. “Haptic Feedback for Immersive Interaction with Virtual Environments”. Started late 2016.
PhD studentship and donation from Nokia Research, Finland to fund my PhD research.
Teaching & Supervision
- Ran the Research Methods & Techniques (level 5) and Mobile Human-Computer Interaction (levels 3/4/M) courses 2019-2020.
- Lectured for Mobile Human-Computer Interaction (levels 3/4/M) 2018-2019.
- Lectured for HCI-Design & Evaluation (level M) 2017-2018.
- Supervised several student projects at undergraduate and postgraduate-taught level (2015-present).
- Mentored several PhD students within the Multimodal Interaction Group at University of Glasgow.
Volunteering + Service
Pervasive Displays 2020 Publicity Chair
CHI 2019 Website Chair
Pervasive Displays 2020, CHI 2020 Late Breaking Work, CHI 2020 Student Research Competition, MobileHCI 2019, CHI 2019 Late Breaking Work, Pervasive Displays 2019, Pervasive Displays 2018, CHI 2017 Late Breaking Work, CHI 2016 Late Breaking Work, Mobile HCI 2016 Posters
CHI 2019, CHI 2018, ICMI 2017
CHI, UIST, MobileHCI, NordiCHI, DIS, TEI, ISS, etc (2014-present)
Special recognition for CHI 2016 and CHI 2018 reviewing.
College of Science & Engineering Ethics Committee
School of Computing Science Level 4 Class Prize, 2012
Nominated for Ede & Ravenscroft Prize, 2012
ScotlandIS Young Software Engineer of the Year finalist, 2012
School of Computing Science Level 3 Class Prize, 2011
Sword-Ciboodle Team Project Prize, 2011
Lorimer Bursary in Mathematics, 2009