People in the Department of Computing

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Prof Tim Crawford

Professorial Research Fellow in Computational Musicology
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Tim has research interests in computational approaches to musicology and music history from the 16th to 18th centuries.

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Dr Matty Hoban

Lecturer in Computer Science
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Matthew is interested in the difference between quantum and non-quantum information and firmly believes that the former is the future of computing.

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Lane Palmer Hughston

Professor of Mathematics
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Lane is a mathematician who carries out research in quantum informatics, financial technology, financial mathematics, general relativity, and statistical mechanics.

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Dr Simon Katan

Senior Lecturer in Computing Director of Undergraduate Studies
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Simon is a digital artist with a background in music and an interest with games and play.

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Andy Lomas

Lecturer in Creative Computing
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Andy is an Emmy award-winning computational artist exploring the complex nature of form and the simulation of growth processes.

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Jon McClellan

3d Artist and 2d and VFX Compositor, Editor and Designer with over 25 years broadcast and film post-production experience, specialising in 3d modelling, animation, and visual effects compositing, motion design, and vfx editing, with a thorough understanding of the latest digital film workflows.

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Dr James Ohene-Djan

Senior Lecturer and Assistant Pro Warden
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James is interested in digital entrepreneurial studies, social video technologies, and location-based digital services

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Dr Ida Pu

Ida specialises in probabilistic and average case algorithms, data structures and communications and complexity theory.

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Evan Raskob

Lecturer in Physical and Creative Computing
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Evan is an interactive artist whose work investigates live computational and procedural sculpting.

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Prof Andrew Shoben

Professor of Public Art

Andrew is an artist working at the cutting edge of computer technology to create innovative artworks in public spaces.

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Dr Jamie A Ward

Jamie's interests include wearable computing, social neuroscience, and theatre. He is particularly interested in how wearable computing can help to capture and model human activity.

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Bruno Zamborlin

Honorary visiting research fellow
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Bruno's research focuses on converting physical objects into interactive surfaces using vibration sensors and AI