LT  |  Liam Turner

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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.


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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, , , , , & (). 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.



, , , & (). Parameterising the Dynamics of Inter-Group Conflict from Real World Data. DAIS 2017 - Workshop on Distributed Analytics InfraStructure and Algorithms for Multi-Organization Federations, at IEEE SmartWorld Congress 2017.




Module Role Type Semester Year
Mobile Development with AndroidModule Leader & LecturerUGSpring17/18
InformaticsModule Leader & LecturerUGSpring16/17
Emerging TechnologiesLecturerUGSpring16/17
Mobile Development with AndroidInterim LecturerUGSpring16/17
Individual Final Year ProjectProject SupervisorUGSpring16/17

Awards and Honors

Excellent Reviewer Recognition Ribbon

May 2017

Awarded by CHI'17 Senior Technical Programme Chair

Research Poster Award

Jan 2015

Awarded by Awarded by Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics

Research Presentation Award

June 2014

Awarded by Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics

Research Poster Award

Jan 2014

Awarded by Cardiff School of Computer Science and Informatics