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Dr Duncan Brumby
Senior Lecturer in Human-Computer Interaction
University College London
Telephone: +44 20 7679 0689 (x 30689)
Email: brumby (at) cs.ucl.ac.uk
Duncan Brumby is a senior lecturer (assistant professor) at the UCL Interaction Centre. His research is concerned with understanding how people interact with technology systems, focusing specifically on how people find things on the web and how they use mobile devices on the move. To address these types of questions, Dr Brumby develops computational models of psychological processes and conducts empirical studies to test theories of interactive behaviour. See also his publications and curriculum vitae.
Dr. Brumby teaches topics in HCI on a variety of programmes at UCL.
He is also the project coordinator on the MSc HCI-E programme. Staff at UCLIC are
always keen to discuss with industry partners the possibility of
collaborating on a student project and we host an annual Project Day at
UCL in February. Please contact Dr Brumby for more information.
Part of the BSc in Computer Science, the course provides an introduction to how interactive systems can be designed to better support users' needs.
Psychology seminar leader
Part of the BSc in Psychology, small-group discussions focusing on course material.
Psychology seminars are Wednesday 9:30 - 10:30
Wednesday 11:00 - 13:00
Thursday 10:30 - 12:30 and 13:30 - 15:30.
|Spring Term 2011||
Applied Cognitive Science
Project coordinator for MSc in HCI-E
Students conduct a 12-week full-time research project in the area of HCI and Ergonomics. We are always keen to discuss with industry partners the possibility of collaborating on a student project. We host an annual Project Day at UCL in February [2009 programme]. Please contact Dr Brumby for more information.
Chris Janssen: Strategic adaptation, specifically in multitask settings using cognitive models and empirical studies.
Nina del Rosario
Tej Almeida (BSc CS)
Rae Garnett (MSc Research methods in Psychology)
Elaine Ching (BSc Psychology)
Justin Grace (now at University of Nijmegen)
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