Supporting the meeting journey: considerations for the design of collaborative device ecologies supported by an optimised interoperability layer

  I am currently working on a PhD programme in the Centre for Interaction Design, supervised by Prof. David Benyon and Dr. Oli Mival.
I am investigating the state of the art in interactive and collaborative room environments (ICE) in order to identify the most current usability gaps of those complex multi-display collaborative systems. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) culture in businesses and institutions, combined with the complex security policies around corporate and institutional networks offer interesting HCI and implementation challenges in this type of heterogenous environments.
I hold a Licence (BA) in Film Studies from the University of Picardy (France) since 2003. I completed a BSc (Hons) in Computing in 2008 and an MSc in Advanced Software Engineering in 2010, both from Edinburgh Napier University.

  • Dates:

    2013 to date

  • Qualification:

    Doctorate (PhD)

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