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Research interests

My research is in the following main areas. I am especially interested in the points at which these topics intersect:

  • Sonification & Auditory Display
  • Network security
  • Visualisation
  • Aesthetic Computing
  • Embodied Interaction
  • Computing & Music

Biography

I am Professor of Computer Science and Sonification in the Department of Computer & Information Sciences where I have worked since 2001. Prior to that I worked for 12 years in the School of Computing & Mathematical Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University, and from 1987-1988 I worked in a software development team at Digital Equipment Co. Ltd., Reading.

My research interests are:

  • Sonification & Auditory Display
  • Visualisation (esp. visualisation for security)
  • Network security
  • Cyber security and situational awareness
  • Aesthetic Computing
  • Computing & Music

Teaching Interests

  • Computer Programming
  • Computer and Cyber Security
  • Research Methods

Education/Academic qualification

Computing Science, PhD, CAITLIN: Implementation of a Musical Program Auralisation System to Study the Effects on Debugging Tasks as Performed by Novice Pascal Programmers, Loughborough University

1 Apr 199422 Dec 1999

Award Date: 31 Jul 2000

Computer Studies, BSc (Hons), Liverpool John Moores University

1 Oct 19854 Jul 1989

Award Date: 4 Jul 1989

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