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2018

  • Wilson, G.*, McGill, M.*, Jamieson, M., Williamson, J. & Brewster, S. (2018) "Object Manipulation in Virtual Reality Under Increasing Levels of Translational Gain", to appear in Proceedings of CHI 2018, April 21-26, Montreal, CA.

    *Both authors contributed equally to this work.

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Academic

Wilson, G. (2013) “Using Pressure Input and Thermal Feedback to Broaden Haptic Interaction with Mobile Devices”, PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow. Best Paper Award/Nomination Nominated for Eurohaptics PhD Award 2013

Wilson, G. (2008) “Tactile Geiger Counter for Ubiquitous Computing”, MSc Dissertation, University of Glasgow.

Wilson, G. (2005) “Self-Regulation of Attention Following Task Failure”, BA (Hons) Psychology Dissertation, University of Strathclyde.


FUNDING

Nokia Research Grant (co-author): Thermal Feedback for Novel Forms of Interaction (£13,000)

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RESEARCH COMMUNITY

Conference Organisation

Associate Chair: ACM CHI 2016 LBW, ACM MobileHCI 2014

Poster/Demo Chair: ACM ASSETS 18, ACM CHI 2019


Reviewing

ACM: CHI, DIS, ICMI, MobileHCI, ISS, TEI, TVX, UIST, Trans. on Accessible Computing, Trans. on Computer-Human Interaction

Elsevier: Int. J. Human-Computer Studies

IEEE: Haptics Symposium, World Haptics, Transactions on Haptics

IFIP: INTERACT

Taylor & Francis: Applied Ergonomics, Ergonomics

Other: Eurohaptics, Graphics Interface, Interacting with Computers


Award Awards: CHI Special Recognition, ICMI Outstanding Reviewer

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INVITED TALKS & PRESENTATIONS

2016 - University of Dundee PhD Symposium

Invited member of 'Life After the Viva' panel

2014 - TEDx Glasgow

Demonstration: 'Thermal Feedback for Mobile Devices'

2013 - Glasgow Caledonian University

Talk: 'Using Pressure Input and Thermal Feedback to Augment Haptic Interaction with Mobile Devices'

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ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES

2017+ - Glasgow University College of Science & Engineering Ethics Committee

2013/14 - Glasgow University GIST Seminar Coordinator

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