Ex-Members of the Multimodal Interaction Group
Members of the group who have now left:
- Ashley Walker - Ashley
worked on 3D sound and its use in HCI, games sound and the combination
of 3D sound and graphics
- Gregory Leplatre
- Gregory worked on sound design for navigation in large menu structures
like mobile telephones. He works at Edinburgh Napier University.
- Antti Pirhohen - Antti was a visiting researcher from July 2000 -
July 2001. He is now at the University of Jyvaskyla in Finland.
- Ramesh Ramloll -
He worked on the MultiVis project on audio and 3D audio interfaces for
- Murray Crease -
Murray worked on the Toolkit project using sound to improve the usability
of widgets, plus conext and resource sensitivity. He now works for
NRC in Canada.
- Ray Wai Yu -Ray worked on
haptic and multimodal interfaces in the MultiVis
project and has now moved to the Virtual Engineering Centre in Queens
- Ian Oakley - He worked on haptic
enhancement of desktop interfaces and collaborative haptics for his
PhD. He now works for Media Lab Europe in Dublin.
- Jo Lumsden - Jo worked on the
Toolkit project and then moved on to audio and gestures for mobile devices
(in a forerunner of the AudioClouds project). She now works for NRC
- Beate Riedel worked on the
MultiVis project with Mike Burton in Psychology.
- Joy Goodman worked
on the Utopia project designing systems for older people. She now works
at the Engineering Design Centre in Cambridge.
- Georgios Marentakis now works on audio and gesture interfaces at McGill University in Canada.
- Lorna Brown now works at Sony in London.
- Steven Wall now works for Amberlight in London.
- Sarah Baillie now works at Bristol University.
- Johan Kildal now works on multimodal interaction at Nokia Research Center in Helsinki, Finland.
- Eve Hoggan now works at HIIT in Helsinki
- Tilman Dingler now works in the Stuttgart
- Craig Stewart now works at Dundee University
- Calkin Suero-Montero work in Finland
- Andrew Crossan is a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University
- Martin Halvey is a lecturer at Glasgow Caledonian University
- David McGookin worked on all things multimodal
- Ciaran Owens worked on pedestrian navigation and errors