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Lecturer at Cardiff University, School of Computer Science & Informatics

My research interests have primarily involved mobile and social computing; centered around how technology can be used to better understand human behaviour and what, when, how, and why information flows across networks of people.

Publications *

Publication Year

, & (). Reachable but not Receptive: Enhancing Smartphone Interruptibility Prediction by Modelling the Extent of User Engagement with Notifications. Pervasive and Mobile Computing.

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2017

, , , , & (). Timing rather than user traits mediates mood sampling on smartphones. BMC Research Notes.

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2017

, , , , & (). Intra-Group Tension under Inter-group Conflict: A Generative Model using Group Social Norms and Identity. In Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision Making. Springer.

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2017

Teaching *

Module Role Type Semester Year
Mobile Development with AndroidModule Leader & LecturerUGSpring17/18
Individual Final Year ProjectProject SupervisorUGSpring17/18
Group ProjectProject ClientUGAutumn & Spring17/18
InformaticsModule Leader & LecturerUGSpring16/17
Emerging TechnologiesLecturerUGSpring16/17

Awards and Honors *

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Excellent Reviewer Recognition Ribbon

May 2017

Awarded by CHI'17 Senior Technical Programme Chair

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Research Poster Award

Jan 2015

Awarded by Awarded by Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics

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Research Presentation Award

June 2014

Awarded by Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics

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Research Poster Award

Jan 2014

Awarded by Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics