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I supervise students on BSc, MSc and PhD level. Please get in touch if you are looking for a supervisor for your BSc./MSc. project at Lancaster University. We regularly have openings for internships and PhD positions.


PhD/Research Students

  • Kim Sauvé, PhD in Human-Computer Interaction
    Understanding perception and tangibility in Physical Data Representations
  • Dominic Potts, PhD in Human-Computer Interaction
    Exploring Tangible Augmented Reality
  • Tom Wells, PhD in Human-Computer Interaction
    Collaborative AR for collocated interactions.
  • Edward Thompson, Research Visitor
    Peripheral Interfaces for Social Spaces
  • Matthew Templeton, Research Intern
    Developing Applications for Augmented Reality


Current MSc/BSc Students (2019-2020)

  • Kim Sungmin, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019)
    Human-Drone Interaction

  • Amure Adebola, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019)
    Hand Gestures in Augmented Reality

  • Ceyhan Emre, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019)
    Expressive Touch

  • Aspin Jake, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019)
    Conductive 3D Printing for Touch Interfaces

  • Young Sheung Hei Jordan, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019)
    Collaborative Augmented Reality


Alumni (2011-2019)

Lancaster University (2017-2019)

  • William Callway, MRes in Computer Science
    Collaborative learning through Virtual Reality Interfaces
  • Ahmeda Trabelsi, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019)
    Understanding multi-device use in practices.
  • David Spruce, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019) 
    Designing for reconfigurable device ecologies.
  • Alex Morris, BSc. Thesis in Computer Science (2019)
    A toolkit for building cross-device systems.
  • Chi-Jui Wu, PhD student in Computer Science (2018)
    Towards Recombinable and Reconfigurable Interactive Spaces.
  • Jonathan Bracken, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2018)
    Designing for Evolving Device Ecologies.
  • Rachael Oldfield, MSci Thesis in Computer Science (2018)
    User Experience of Driving Software
  • Loveen Dyall, BSc Thesis in Computer Science (2017-2018)
    New Visualisation Techniques for Urban IoT Data
  • Dominic Oryema, BSc Thesis in Computer Science (2017-2018)
    Expanding the Interaction Space of Smartwatches
  • Daniel Hart, BSc Thesis in Computer Science (2017-2018)
    Interacting with Device Ecologies
  • Kim Sauve, MSc Research Intern (2017-2018)
    Physical Shared Representations of Food Impact on Climate Change.
  • Nora Schuster and Johannes Sylupp, BSc Internship (2017)
    Automatic page turning using Gaze Input.
  • Anson Cheung, MSci Thesis in Computer Science (2017)
    Augmented Reality for Assistive Technologies


University College London (2015-2016)

  • Daniel Gavrilov, Funded Research Internship in Data Science (2016)
    UCL CS departmental funded research internship on building a data platform for urban IoT.
  • Elaine Martel, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    An In-Depth Ethnography of the Resident’s involvement in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
  • Dominic McMahon, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    Exploring Physical Visualizations for Air Pollution.
  • Kim Sauvé, Research Internship in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    Data Physicalizations for Personal Activity Trackers.
  • Chi-Jui Wu, MSc Thesis in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence (2016)
    EagleSense: Top-Down Activity Recognition using Depth Cameras
  • Navneet Patle, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    End-User Programming Interface for Urban IoT Devices.
  • Joshua Budiman, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    Supporting Cross-Device Curation Work.
  • Jordi Casanueva, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    Physikit++: Designing Tangible Visualizations for Soft-Sensed Data.
  • Léa Saviot, Research Internship in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    Erasmus research internship on designing novel interfaces for smartwatches.
  • Assunta Matassa, PhD Internship in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    Erasmus research internship on designing interfaces for Internet-of-things.
  • Victor Armas, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2016)
    Exploring End-User Programming Paradigms for Internet-of-Things.
  • Srikrishna Datla, Henry Mortimer, Madeleine Whitehall and Mingqian Wang, BSc. Project (2015)
    WatchVis: Visualization City Data on SmartWatches
  • Navin Bharwani, MSc Thesis in Computer Science, Engineering (2015)
    Cross-Device Interaction Techniques and Application Use Cases
  • Manoj Vaseekharan, MSc Thesis in Computer Science, Engineering (2015)
    Watch-of-Things: Visualizing and Configuring Watch + IoT Actions
  • Alessandra Luz, MSc Thesis in Human-Computer Interaction (2015)
    Deploying curiosity objects “in the wild”.
  • Shing Yau Lau, MSc Thesis in Software Systems Engineering (2015)
    SmartWatch++: New Hardware Configurations for Smartwatch Devices.
  • Fadhli Ismail Mohamad, MSc Thesis in Software Systems Engineering (2015)
    Smartwatch with Internet of Things.


IT University of Copenhagen (2012-2014)

  • Vaidas Sirtautas, MSc Thesis in Software Development (2014)
    Smart Portal: Multi-Device Software architecture for a Smart Patient Ward
  • Søren Buron and Nikolaj Lund, MSc In Software Development (2014)
    Supporting Distributed Activities in a Hospital Ward.
  • Matthias Schmidt and Thomas Snaidero, ECTS project (2014)
    HyPR Device Optimization
  • Jonas Yazid Lading, MSc In Digital Design and Communication (2013)
    Broadening Your Desktops Periphery.
  • Tim Colfax Hankins, Jens Christensen and Nicoleta-Ioana Andruchovici, Pervasive Computing Project (2012)
    Calm House A system for minimizing direct marketing’s collateral damage
  • Hildur  Flemberg and Niklas  Johansson, BSc In Software Development (2012)
    Activity Based Client for iOS.


In 2011 I was a student myself 🙂.