Mr Steven Gray

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The Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) is one of the leading forces in the science of cities, generating new knowledge and insights for use in city planning, policy and design and drawing on the latest geospatial methods and ideas in computer-based visualisation and modelling. We are part of The Bartlett: UCL's global faculty of the built environment.



Steven Gray joined CASA in September 2009 and is currently working as part of the NeISS project which aims to provide a platform to meet the demand for powerful simulation tools by social scientists, public and private sector policymakers. Previously, Steve worked at the University of Glasgow as a Research Assistant with the Glasgow Interaction and Systems Group (GIST - Computing Science) as part of the EPSRC funded Open Interface project.

Research Summary

His current research interests include Large scale data collection and data analysis, Human Computer Interaction, mobile development, accessible web development with a focus on Social Media, Web based Mapping and Ubiquitous Computing.

Research outputs

Textal: a text analysis smartphone app for Digital Humanities 2013 Terras MM,Gray S,Ammann R
Engaging the Museum Space: Mobilising Visitor Engagement with Digital Content Creation 2013 Ross C,Gray S,Warwick C,Hudson-Smith A,Terras M
Enhancing Museum Narratives: Tales of Things and UCL's Grant Museum 2013 Ross C,Carnall M,Hudson-Smith A,Warwick C,TERRAS MM,Gray S
Text mining with Textal 2012 Gray S,Terras M
Enhancing Museum Narratives with the QRator Project: a Tasmanian devil, a Platypus and a Dead Man in a Box 2012 Gray S,Ross C,Hudson-Smith A,Warwick C,Terras M
Engaging the Museum Space: Mobilising Visitor Engagement with Digital Content Creation 2012 Ross C,Gray S,Warwick C,Hudson-Smith A,Terras M
Experiments with the Internet of Things in Museum Space: QRator - Hudson-Smith A,Gray S,Ross C,Barthel R,de Jode M,Warwick C,Terras M

Research activities

TALISMAN: Geospatial Data Analysis and Simulation
Textal: Text Analysis Application