People in the Department of Computing
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Dr Edward Anstead
Lecturer and programme lead BSc Computer Science. Research interests include Human Computer interaction and e-learning.
Rebecca is a creative technologist and practicing artist who works with a range of time-based media.
Omar B Karakchi
My research interest is in the field of applied mathematics and non linear differential equations.
Dr Golnaz Badkobeh
Golnaz has research interests in string algorithms and combinatorics on words.
Dr Daniel Berio
Computational methods for generating typography, calligraphy, graffiti and vector graphics
Dr Tim Blackwell
I am interesting in all things swarming and musical.
Alex's research focuses on human-computer-interaction, expression with sound, and game design.
Dr David R. K. Brownrigg
David's current work is in novel image processing as part of collaboration with an artist, and in lossy compression.
Dr Raju Chinthalapati
Raju’s research focuses on Financial Technologies, Big Data Analysis, Computational Finance, Financial Econometrics and Operations Research.
Dr Maggie Cooper
Prof Tim Crawford
Tim has research interests in computational approaches to musicology and music history from the 16th to 18th centuries.
Rachel is a digital art curator, researcher and lecturer in Digital Arts Computing and Creative Computing.
Game design, play as a language and game anthropology
Prof Frederic Fol Leymarie
Frederic works on creativity and AI systems, including robots which can perform artistic skills similar to humans.
Dr Jamie Forth
Jamie is a musician, artist/coder, and interdisciplinary researcher interested in perception, culture and creativity
Andy is a lecturer specialising in digital journalism, data visualisation and digital interactions.
Dr Betty Fyn-Sydney
Betty is a mathematician with interests in group theory, representation theory, and coding theory.
Dr Max Garagnani
Max works on building neurobiologically realistic, deep, neural-network models of cognition (in particular, language).
Dr Jennifer George
Jennifer’s research areas include HCI, theology and computer science and accessibility and research through design.
Professor Marco Gillies
Academic Director of the Teaching and Learning Innovation Centre. Co-director SEEVR lab and MA/MSc V&AR
I work on Physical Computing, 3D Printing and Laser Cutting, but also AV projects and also Live Streaming
Dr Nicolas Hine
Nick’s vocation is to seek to optimise the fit between technology and people.
Lane Palmer Hughston
Lane is a mathematician who works on quantum informatics and mathematical finance.
Nima is a passionate developer and lecturer, interested in games and web development. He is also a researcher in VR.
Irini is a dance and computational artist exploring critical and caring modes of engaging with the body.
Dr Simon Katan
Simon is a digital artist with a background in music and an interest with games and play.
Prof William Latham
William is a designer of computer games and computer artist with expertise in evolutionary art.
Richard started in the games business in 1980 and has programmed & produced many top ten games.
Andy is an Emmy award-winning computational artist exploring the complex nature of form and the simulation of growth processes.
Georgios is interested in computer vision, machine learning and simulation modeling
Joe is an artist and privacy advocate. His work focuses on how technology can be used to aid progressive discussion.
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.
Dr Sean McGrath
Sean’s research explores the intersection between technology and people, with a particular focus on audio.
Dr Dan McQuillan
Currently writing a book on 'AI for the People' for Bristol University Press.
Dr Nikolay Nikolaev
Nikolay’s recent work is devoted to genetic programming of tree-structured polynomials.
Dr James Ohene-Djan
James is interested in digital entrepreneurial studies, social video technologies, and location-based digital services
Dr Eleonora Oreggia
Dr Lahcen Ouarbya
Dr Mattia Paganelli
Professor Sylvia Xueni Pan
Sylvia has extensive experience working in VR researching Virtual Reality technology and social neuroscience.
Sumit is a writer and entrepreneur interested in the commercial and recreational applications of creative computing.
Dr Ida Pu
Ida specialises in probabilistic and average case algorithms, data structures and communications and complexity theory.
Dr Lance Putnam
Lance is a composer and researcher, interested in generative art, digital sound synthesis and media signal processing.
Dr Evan Raskob
Evan Raskob wears many hats: interaction designer; audio-visual performer; game designer; educator; software developer.
Dr Tony Russell-Rose
Tony's research focuses on the intersection of natural language processing, information retrieval and user experience.
Professor Larisa Soldatova
Larisa joined Goldsmiths in November 2017 as director of the online Masters in Data Science programme.
Dr Daniel Stamate
Daniel’s research interests concern problems and applications involving soft computing and data science.
Prof Atau Tanaka
Atau researches embodied musical interaction, human computer interaction and gestural computer music performance.
Writing and poetry; collaborative practices; machine learning; physical computing; installation and video art
Dr Itshak Tkach
Itshak is working with Tim Blackwell on a couple of projects in swarm intelligent optimisation.
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.
Dr Sarah Wiseman
Sarah’s focusses on human computer interaction, specifically the design of data entry interfaces in hospitals.
Jesse is an artist using digital technology to design and build interactive experiences.
Dr Matthew Yee-King
Matthew interests are in education technology, automatic sound synthesizer programming and interactive music systems.
Bruno's research focuses on converting physical objects into interactive surfaces using vibration sensors and AI
Prof Robert Zimmer
Robert specialises in AI, safety-critical systems, humanities computing, and digital multimedia with applications.
Alan Zucconi is a passionate lecturer and developer, working in the intersection between Creativity and Education.