Ian Oakley

Keywords: Multi-modal interaction, Perception, Empirical evaluation, Sensors, Mobile devices

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Ian Oakley is assistant professor at the School of Design and Human Engineering at UNIST in South Korea where he runs the Interactions Lab. He holds a BSc (Joint Honours First Class) in Computing Science and Psychology and a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Glasgow, UK. He has previously worked in Ireland (MIT MediaLab Europe), Korea (GIST and ETRI) and Portugal (University of Madeira) and spent time as a visiting professor in both Korea (KAIST) and the USA (Carnegie Mellon HCII). His research focuses on the design, development and evaluation of multi-modal interfaces and social technologies he has published on this topic in both leading conferences (such as ACM CHI, ACM TEI and ACM CSCW) and journals (such as the IJHCS and IEEE Computer). He serves on the editorial board of Interacting with Computers.
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