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Dr Athen Ma
I am interested in complex systems, graph theory, food web analysis and complex network analysis
Prof Norman Fenton
My current research focuses primarily on quantitative risk assessment. This typically involves analysing and predicting the probabilities of unknown events using Bayesian statistical methods including especially causal, probabilistic models (Bayesian Networks). This type of reasoning enables improved assessment by taking account of both statistical data and also expert judgment.
Prof Patrick Healey
Digital technologies provide uniquely flexible media with the potential to transform human communication. They offer new ways to capture, modify and project communicative actions (e.g., words, gestures and expressions). This creates the potential for new forms of mutual-engagement and new forms of 'language'. My research applies models of human communication - drawn mainly from Psychology and Sociology - to understanding these processes.
Dr Matthew Huntbach
Current interests centre around general purpose abstract concurrent programming languages. This means programming language designed for general purpose use, which are based in the idea that computation should be naturally concurrent (several things happening at once rather than everything happening in sequence), and which are based on some underlying formal and simple model of computation.
Ms Jane Reid
My research interests lie in user-related issues in information retrieval (IR), focusing in particular on information seeking behaviour in different contexts, e.g. structured documents. I have also worked on user-centred evaluation of IR systems and interface design for IR systems. I have a developing interest in distance learning, and have strong links with Queen Mary's Open and Distance Learning (ODL) Unit.
Prof David Arrowsmith
My recent interests have been in complex infrastructure networks. Other research interests include applied mathematics; use of chaotic dynamical systems to model telecommunications networks; development of control systems for congestion reduction in computer networks.
Prof Peter Mcowan
My research analyses the brain as a computational system. This comprises computer and human vision, neurobiologically inspired hardware/software, and artificial intelligence.
Dr Pengwei Hao
My research interests are in image processing and computer graphics, especially focusing on image coding and colour imaging. I am the author of PLUS factorisation of matrices. As an expert in image coding, one of my techniques has been included in JPEG 2000, the new international standard for image coding. Recently, we have developed a novel mathematical representation of Colour Filter Arrays, which makes analysis of all the CFAs easy, simple and visual.
Dr Nicholas Bryan-Kinns
My research focuses on computer-mediated communication for human activities, as well as the nature and requirements of mutual engagement between participants in collaborations. Other interests include the nature of mutual engagement in group music interaction and novel interaction devices.
Dr Marie-Luce Bourguet
My main research interest is in multimodal interaction and its application to language learning. Other areas of interest include educational technology, E-Learning, computer assisted language learning, speech interfaces, software architectures and multilingualism.
Dr Soren Riis
My current research interests include logic and foundations of programming, algebraic proof systems, complexity theory and network flow.
Prof Pasquale Malacaria
The semantics of programming languages and their application to static analysis and computer security; quantifying information flow.
Prof Geraint Wiggins
Computational creativity; music cognition
Dr Anthony Stockman
My expertise lies in the following areas: auditory display design; data sonification; access technology for visually impaired; distance learning.
Dr Jonathan Hays
I am interested in the origins of the masses of the fundamental particles. I have been involved in the search for the Higgs boson in its incarnation within the Standard Model and in a number of supersymmetric models. I was an important contributor to the continuing search for the standard model Higgs boson for the CMS experiment at the LHC at CERN, working on the key channel where the Higgs boson decays to two photons. This culminated in the discovery of a Higgs-like boson in July 2012. My work in Higgs physics now continues on the ATLAS experiment where I am interested in measuring the physical properties of the new boson and how it interacts with the other fundamental particles.
Prof Yue Chen
My research focuses on wireless communication systems, broadband wireless networks, radio resource management and mobile computing.