People

The Hypermedia Research Group currently consists of the following members:

Douglas Tudhope, Group Leader
Daniel Cunliffe
Ceri Binding

Visiting research fellows

Keith May, Heritage Information Strategy Adviser at Historic England
Renato R. Souza, Fundação Getulio Vargas
Andreas Vlachidis, University of the West of England

Research students

Paul Cripps
Paul was successful in winning a University of Glamorgan Centenary Studentship. He has started a research project investigating the integration of spatial and semantic information in the archaeology domain in collaboration with the GIS Research Unit. Paul has previously worked for English Heritage and Wessex Archaeology Ltd.

Paul is currently researching the application of GeoSemantic Technologies for Archaeological Research (GSTAR), drawing on the latest developments in the Semantic Web and geospatial research domains. This research involves ontological models of cultural heritage knowledge and spatial information using information systems built around these through the fusion of Linked Data, GIS, database and web technologies and emerging standards and frameworks.

Nick Jones
Nick is a university of South Wales student who, after a successful honours degree won a KESS2 scholarship to study for his PhD. His doctoral research, which started in October 2016, involves exploring new ways in which human behaviour is affected by aesthetic design and development of digital interfaces.

The PhD project will use a combination of BCI (brain computer interface) and eye tracking technology to explore the cognitive processes involved in the user’s aesthetic experience. This data will then be analysed in the hope that correlations and consistent patterns can help to better design and develop digital services and applications. This work is in collaboration with the multi-national organisation CGI and is potentially ground breaking research that will hopefully change the way user interface design is conducted.

Shalini Chellara
Title of research: A self-paced and collaborative CSCL approach facilitating Elearning