y-rogers Yvonne Rogers
Professor and
Director of UCLIC
+44 (0)20 3108 7073 (x57073)
Research: Interaction Design and Ubiquitous Computing: focusing on augmenting and extending everyday learning and work activities with a diversity of novel technologies. Ubiquitous learning, graphical interfaces, public visualisations and behavioural change.
a-blandford Ann Blandford
+44 (0)20 3108 7049 (x57049)
Research: Interaction design for healthcare; human error and cognitive resilience; sensemaking, information visualisation and visual analytics; information interaction and digital libraries; situated interaction; Distributed Cognition; models, methods and theories for system evaluation.
r-benedyk Rachel Benedyk
Lecturer and MSc Programme Director
+44 (0)20 3108 7063 (x57063)
Research: The use of technology by critical populations; accessibility; application of workspace design ergonomics to products and spaces; risk ergonomics.
n-berthouze Nadia Berthouze
Professor, MSc Admissions Tutor and Deputy Director of UCLIC
+44 (0)20 3108 7067 (x57067)
Research: The design of technology that can sense its users' affective experience and can support, regulate or amplify it. Body movement and hedonic touch in the areas of computer game, pain rehabilitation and product design appreciation.
Duncan Brumby Duncan Brumby
Senior Lecturer and MSc Programme Director
+44 (0)20 3108 7068 (x57068)
Research: My research seeks to understand how people interact with technology systems, focusing on how we find things on the web and use our mobile devices on the move.

Anna Cox
Reader in Human-Computer Interaction and Deputy Director of UCLIC

+44 (0)20 3108 7074 (x57074)

Research: Cognitive Science applied to HCI: human error, games immersion, visual search, exploratory behaviour. Research methods for HCI.
n-marquardt Nicolai Marquardt
Lecturer in Physical Computing and MSc Project Coordinator 
+44 (0)20 3108 7065 (x57065)
Research: Ubiquitous computing, interactive surfaces, sensor-based systems, development toolkits, and physical user interfaces. Proxemic interactions.
p-marshall Paul Marshall
Senior Lecturer, Departmental Graduate Tutor, and Chair of the Board of Examiners
+44 (0)20 3108 7066
Research: User studies of ubiquitous computing applications and environments; the concept of embodied interaction and how it can be applied to the design and evaluation of technologies that extend and augment individual human capabilities.

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l-gaynor Louise Gaynor
UCLIC Manager
+44 (0)20 3108 7050 (x57050)
Role: Financial management of UCLIC, HR and staff support, PA to Yvonne Rogers, organising UCLIC events and publicity, liaising with parent bodies in Psychology and Computer Science.
j-brodie Jo Brodie
CHI+MED Public Engagement Co-ordinator
now based at QMUL
Role: Preparing information and publicity materials in relation to the CHI+MED project, organising events for relevant stakeholders and the public, maintenance of the project website.
Jo Pearson Jo Pearson
UCLIC Senior Teaching Administrator 
+44 (0)20 3108 7043 (x57043)
Role: MA, UCLIC Teaching Administrator - Role: Management of student recruitment, admissions, organising student events, preparing course documentation and providing student support.
r-young Richard Young
CHI+MED Project Manager & Visiting Professor
+44 (0)20 3108 7051 (x57051)
Research: The role of cognitive architectures in the cognitive modelling of people's performance and exploratory learning of complex tasks.
Edward Anstead Edward Anstead
Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3549 5020 (x65020)
Research: My research interests include understanding the collaborative consumption of media and the use of multiple display devices; multiscreen television viewing has been my primary focus. In addition, I’m interested in methods and ethics for ‘in the wild’ HCI research.
Emily Collins Emily Collins
Teaching Fellow
d-furniss2 Dominic Furniss
Senior Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3108 7062 (x57062)
Research: Interaction design for healthcare; sociotechnical systems; Distributed Cognition; human error; Resilience Engineering; Grounded Theory; usability evaluation methods; understanding the situated use of tools, methods, artefacts and people 'in context' from a qualitative perspective; Public Engagement; Patient and Public Involvement (PPI).
Sandy J J Gould

Sandy Gould

Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3108 7055 (x57055)

Research: I'm interested the strategies people use to avoid, detect and recover from errors. I am also interested in visual representations, and would like to examine further the extent to which they can be used to help mitigate
h-griffin Harry Griffin
Research Associate
+44 (0)20 7679 4491 (x34491)
Research: Detection of emotion and wellbeing from the human face and body, both by other humans and through wearable and remote technology. I'm currently working on the EIT-Digital High Impact Initiative: Professionals Fit to Perform, which will create innovative technical solutions for monitoring and improving the health and performance of drivers.
j-iacovides Jo Iacovides
Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3108 7058 (x57058)
Research: I am currently working on the CHI+MED project - my research is focused on understanding errors and exploring how learning and involvement come together in practice in digital games.

Charlene Jennett
Research Fellow

+44 (0)20 3108 7072 (x57072)

Research: My research interests include HCI and games research. I enjoy using a range of methods to study user experience, including interviews, questionnaires and eye tracking.
a-t-jimenez Ana Tajadura-Jimenez
Research Fellow
+44 (0)20 3108 7056 (x57056)
Research: Self-perception, embodiment, human multisensory perception and emotion in everyday contexts and new media technologies. Audio-based applications that can improve body-image, self-esteem, movement patterns and social interactions to support wellbeing and rehabilitation for people with movement impairments. Embodied psychoacoustics. Auditory-induced emotion. Presence.

Rose Johnson

Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3108 7083 (x57083)


Imogen Lyons

Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3108 7059 (x57059)

Research: My research interests include the safe and effective use of medicines in hospital and community settings, behaviour change, and patients’ experiences of care. I am currently working on the ECLIPSE study, which seeks to understand practices and errors in intravenous medication administration, exploring how people and technology interact to enhance patient safety.
v-shum Venus Shum
Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3108 7015 (x57015)
Research: My research interests are Internet of Things (IoT) and educational technology. In the past I have worked on a number of research projects exploring the data handling and networking aspects of wireless sensor networks and wearables. I am really enthusiastic about my current research project CodeMe (codeme.io). We try to find out how children and young people learn about technologies and what interest them. We also get the chance to be innovative and create our own products to grasp their interest.
c-vincent Chris Vincent
Research Associate
+44 (0)20 3108 7057 (x57057)
Research: Interdisciplinary investigation of human behavior in relation to work and technology. Understanding information processing in complex, dynamic systems. Developing models that contribute towards the design and use of equipment.

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a-ayobi Amid Ayobi
+44 (0)20 3108 xxxx (x5xxxx) 
Research: My research seeks to understand in which ways people appropriate and use personal informatics tools in their everyday life.
Judith Borghouts Judith Borghouts
+44 (0)20 3108 7071 (x57071) 
Research: My research focuses on human error while performing routine data entry tasks. I am interested in visual representations of the data, and how these influence possible strategies people adopt to detect or avoid errors. 
Frederik Brudy Frederik Brudy
+44 (0)20 3108 7021 (x57021)
Research: I am interested in ad hoc cross device interactions facilitating small-group collaborative explorations and curation of historic documents. This involves mobile and personal devices as well as the devices in our surroundings.
M Cecchinato Marta Cecchinato
+44 (0)20 3108 7060 (x57060)
Research: My research focuses on work-life balance and how personal informatics tools can help us regain control over our digital habits. My research interests also include behaviour change and persuasion, haptics and multimodal feedback.
y-cho Youngjun Cho
+44 (0)20 3108 xxxx (x5xxxx)
Research: My research focuses on designing and developing the principles, techniques, and technologies for the next generation of tactile displays and sensor devices that extend the interactive space and enhance human perception, and understand human affective states.

Marios Constantinides

+44 (0)20 3549 5260 (x65260)

Research: My research focuses on building adaptive mobile interfaces, with additional focus on news apps. I especially focus on investigating the mechanisms needed to apply adaptation and exploring the effects of those adaptations on users’ interactions.
a-eftychiou Alexandros Eftychiou
+44 (0) 20 7679 0693 (x30693)
Research: I am interested in automation, decision aiding and visualization in the user interfaces of safety critical systems.
d-harrison Danny Harrison
+44 (0) 20 3108 7069 (x57069)
Research: I'm interested in methods to encourage increased walking and cycling in London, using public displays and personal devices. I enjoy creating both physical and software prototypes, and conducting in the wild research.
Melanie Herrmann Melanie Herrmann
+44 (0)20 3108 7070 (x57070)
Research: I am interested in how modern technologies and computer interfaces affect people and how they shape specific target behaviours. My current research addresses the question how and what kind of feedback effectively promotes energy saving.
Hadiza Ismaila Hadiza Ismaila
+44 (0)20 3108 xxxx (x3xxxx)
Research: My research focuses on designing and evaluating behaviour change technologies for chronic disease prevention in low-and middle-income countries.  
g-jones Geraint Jones
geraint.jones (at) ucl.ac.uk
+44 (0)20 3108 7017 (x57017)
Research: I'm interested in augmenting cognition and action, particularly in multi-actor scenarios; my PhD focuses on situated data in shared urban spaces to facilitate contingent coproduction of action.
  Mahria Khatana
+44 (0)20 7679 7358 (x37358)
Research: My research focuses on creating a digital intervention dispelling the myths and misconceptions surrounding contraceptive methods. This is hoped to help women make better informed contraceptive choices and as a result increase contraceptive adherence.
s-lechelt Susan Lechelt
 +44 (0)20 3108 7022 (x57022)
Research: My research interests are centred around exploring the potential of tangible electronic toolkits for effectively teaching children the concepts of complexity and systems thinking.
h-tovar Hugo Lopez Tovar
+44 (0) 20 3549 5255 (x65255)
Research: My research focuses on intelligent agents in smart rooms in the aim of improving meetings performance. This includes social signal processing, intelligent user interfaces, multimodal signal analyses and natural language processing.
Joe Newbold Joseph Newbold
+44 (0)20 3108 7052 (x57052)
Research: My research involves using multimodal feedback, mostly sonification, to provide real-time feedback for people with chronic pain.
Nicola Newhouse Nicola Newhouse
+44 (0)20 3108 7084 (x57084)
Research: My research focuses on the role of new information and communication technologies in improving health and health care. My current research explores the potential of digital resources as a source of social support in first time pregnancy.
a-okane Aisling Ann O'Kane
+44 (0)20 3108 7153 (x57153)
Research: Bridging the gap between HCI and human factors engineering in  healthcare safety. Value sensitive design and experience oriented design for patients and caregivers.
t-olugbade Temitayo Olugbade
+44 (0)20 3108 7053 (x57053)
Research: My research interests are in artificial intelligence especially affective computing and multi-agent interaction.
i-renfree Ian Renfree
+44 (0)20 3108 xxxx (x3xxxx)
Research: focused on automaticity+habits+technology and how they can be leveraged to support resilient and sustainable behaviour change. Particularly interested in the role of motivation and rewards in developing automaticity. 
j-rigby Jake Rigby
+44 (0)20 3108 7083 (x57083)
Research: I am interested in media multitasking, specifically the use of mobile devices while watching television and how it affects the TV experience.
b-schulte Britta Schulte
+44 (0)20 3108 7057 (x57057)

Research: My research project explores the question what and how people living with dementia make alterations to their environments and centers around dementia and design, hacker and maker culture and technology and health.
a-singh Aneesha Singh
+44 (0)20 3108 7054 (x57054)
Research: I am a research student studying Adaptive Systems and Persuasive Computing. I'm interested in investigating affective technologies to create an adaptive system that reacts to, motivates and encourages the user.
k-stawarz Katarzyna Stawarz
+44 (0) 20  3108 7061 (x57061)
Research: Currently working with the CHI+MED project researching how technology can help people remember their medication. Research interests include medication adherence, prospective memory, habit and routine building, forgetting.

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a-sellen1 Abigail Sellen
Honorary Visiting Professor
Abigail Sellen is an honorary visiting professor at UCLIC. She is Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge where she manages the Human Experience & Design Group. Prior to Microsoft, she worked at Hewlett-Packard Labs, Rank Xerox EuroPARC, Apple Computer and Bell Northern Research. Abigail first became interested in Human-Computer Interaction through a summer internship at Apple while working on her doctorate in Cognitive Science with Don Norman.  She has since published extensively on many diverse topics including the book "The Myth of the Paperless Office" (with co-author Richard Harper). Alongside her honorary professorship at UCL, she is also a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, Fellow of the British Computer Society, and a member of the ACM SIGCHI Academy.
s-bakker1 Saskia Bakker
Visiting Lecturer
Saskia Bakker is a visiting lecturer at UCLIC. She is an assistant professor at the Industrial Design department of the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). In 2013, she obtained her PhD, on her dissertation entitled "Design for Peripheral Interaction", from the Eindhoven University of Technology. With a background in industrial design, her expertise lays in research-through-design in the areas of tangible interaction, peripheral interaction and classroom technologies. She is a member of the steering committee of the conference series on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI). 
a-javornik Ana Javornik
Visiting PhD student 
Eva Hornecker Photo Eva Hornecker
Visiting Professor
 eva.hornecker (at)uni-weimar.de
Jonathan Back Photo Jonathan Back
Visiting Researcher
m-ballantine Malcolm Ballantine
Honorary Senior Lecturer 
j-bird Jon Bird
Visiting Lecturer 
s-buchanan George Buchanan
Honorary Senior Lecturer
p-cairns Paul Cairns
Honorary Senior Lecturer 
p-curzon Paul Curzon
Honorary Senior Lecturer
s-faisal Sarah Faisal
Honorary Research Associate
m-harrison Michael Harrison
Visiting Professor 
s-li Simon Li
Honorary research Associate
  Vaiva Kalnikate
Visiting Researcher
John Long

John Long

Emeritus Professor of Cognitive Engineering

h-meng Hongying Meng
Honorary Research Associate
r-proctor Rob Procter
Visiting Professor
r-ruksenas Rimvydas Ruksenas
Honorary Research Associate
j-schoning Johannes Schöning
Visiting Researcher
a-sutcliffe Alistair Sutcliffe
Visiting Professor
h-thimbleby Harold Thimbleby
Visiting Professor
University of Wales Swansea

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The people listed below used to be members of staff or students at UCLIC. The contact information given was correct when the person left UCLIC. However, we cannot guarantee that the information is up to date.

Adams, Anne a.adams@open.ac.uk
Attfield, Simon simon.attfield@googlemail.com
Baur, Enzian  
Buchanan, George g.r.buchanan@swansea.ac.uk
Gow, Jeremy jgow@doc.ic.ac.uk
Grace, Justin j [dot] grace [at] donders [dot] ru [dot] nl
Meng, Hongying hongying.meng@brunel.ac.uk
Oshlyansky, Lidia lidiaosh@yahoo.com
Rode, Jennifer mewhenhome@googlemail.com
Rimmer, Jon mewhenhome@googlemail.com
Shafizadehkenari, Mohsen m.shafizadeh@shu.ac.uk
Singh, Harsimrat harsimrat.singh@ucl.ac.uk
Shakil, Afzal
Ament, Maartje maartje.ament11@imperial.ac.uk
Calvillo Gamez, Eduardo eduardo.calvillo@googlemail.com
Connell, Iain iain_connell@btinternet.com
Craft, Brock brock@craft.org
Diriye, Abdi a.diriye@ucl.ac.uk
Eveleigh, Alexandra
Hassard, Stephen stephen.hassard@gmail.com
Hegland, Frode frode@hyperwords.net
Hill, Rebecca (Becky) rebecca@rebeccahill.orangehome.co.uk
Ibrahim, Siti szainab.ibr@gmail.com
Janssen, Chris c.janssen@ucl.ac.uk
Kamsin, Amir amir@um.edu.my
Kleinsmith, Andrea a.kleinsmith@gold.ac.uk
Li, Simon simonli2@LN.edu.hk
Lindley, Sian sianl@microsoft.com
Rajkomar, Atish
 Romera Paredes, Bernardino
da Silva, Mariana (Mariana Southern) mariana.southern@yahoo.co.uk
Stelmaszewska , Hanna h.stelmaszewska@mdx.ac.uk
Sulaiman, Suziah suziah@petronas.com.my

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