Teaching Qualifications

  • Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
    20XX
  • Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
    2019


Units Taught

University of Bath (as a Lecturer):

  • CM10228: Principles of Programming II
    2021 - Now
    Since joining the University of Bath I have been the Unit Convenor and only academic teaching on CM10228. This is a double credit unit for First Year Computer Science students that covers some of the basics of programming using C and Java.
  • CM500288 – Principles of Programming
    2021
    An online unit which is taught asynchrously to Master's students.

Lancaster University (as a Postdoc):

  • SCC.402 – Innovations in Interactive Computing
    2020
    I helped Dr. Abe Karnik teach this unit which required students to work on cutting-edge HCI topics in groups, several of which resulted in a publication!


Other Teaching Experience

Guest Lectures:

  • ENGR.329 Mechantronic Systems
    Lancaster University, 2020
    Developed and delivered a lecture on Computer Vision to 3rd year Mechatronics undergraduate students.
  • SCC.022 Making Sense of Data
    Lancaster University, 2020
    Developed original lecture material delivered online, weekly quizzes, and exam questions with short time constraints due to staff absence.
  • SCC.202 Human-Computer Interaction
    Lancaster University, 2020
    Developed and delivered a lecture on Touchless Gestures to 2nd year Computer Science undergraduate students.

Teaching Assistant:

  • SCC.205: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues in Computing
    Lancaster University, 2018/19
  • SCC.202: Human-Computer Interaction
    Lancaster University, 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19
  • SCC.110: Software Development
    Lancaster University, 2015/16


Student Projects

I have had the pleasure of supervising a lot of different dissertation projects, often with other academics including Dr. Christof Lutteroth and Dr. Crescent Jicol. Here is a list of projects that I have been the main supervisor for:

  • Master's dissertations, University of Bath, 2022
    • James Whiffing, "Distinguishing Between Head and Phone Gestures On a Smartphone With Front-Facing Camera and IMU".
    • Zoe Broad, "Emotion in Motion: Introducing real-time emotional responsiveness to VR exergames".
    • Tiffany Yip, "Exploratory study investigating the impact of priming on presence and learning, and the moderating impact of suggestibility".
    • Remi Lucas, "Motion Coupling of Multiple Wearables in Raised Camera View".
    • Han Dong, "Dance Party: design and evaluation of gamification of aerobic dance workout based on wearables".
    • Ani Udom, "An Investigation into the Effectiveness of Virtual Reality and Feedforward in Badminton Training for Beginner Players".
    • Justin Kuo, "Multimodal Performance Capture and Analysis Suite - Badminton Training".
    • Dilip Kommanapalli, "Effects of fatigue on skilled performance and attention decision making in athletes".
  • Undergraduate disseratations, University of Bath, 2022
    • Alfred Sharp, "An Elicitation Study to Expand the Gesture Set of Touchless-Touch Screens".
    • Angus Oehlers, "Investigation into the use of Pose Estimation Software to assist in self measurement of the BASMI".
    • Nghiem Khuu, "An Exploration of Touch-free Input on Interactive Public Displays".
    • Oyvind Luras, "Contactless Touch Interaction: An analysis of its use in public displays relating to hygiene".
  • Master's disserations, University of Bath, 2021
    • Christoph Meyer, "Non-translational motion correlation for device association with tangible interfaces".
    • Torem Ozturk, "Just Smile and Wave Boys, Smile and Wave: Harmonic synchronisation of hand gestures with visual displays".

I was also given the opportunity to co-supervise when I was at Lancaster University:

  • Lancaster University, 2020
    • Matthew Templeton, "Collaborative Session Browsing in Mobile Augmented Reality", EPSRC intern student co-supervised with Dr. Steven Houben.
    • Peter Ehric, "Motion Coupling of Earable Devices in Camera View", Erasmus Master’s dissertation co-supervised with Prof. Hans Gellersen.
    • Enikö Harmat, "Motion Correlation with Earables and Smartphones", Erasmus Master’s dissertation co-supervised with Prof. Hans Gellersen.
    • Jenny Phu, "Outline Pursuits: Selection in Virtual Environments", Erasmus Undergraduate dissertation co-supervised with Prof. Hans Gellersen and Dr. Ludwig Sidenmark.
  • Lancaster University, 2019
    • Xuesong Zhang, "Outline Pursuits in Virtual Reality for Selection", Erasmus Master’s dissertation co-supervised with Prof. Hans Gellersen and Dr. Ludwig Sidenmark.
    • Lisa Norcross, "Motion Correlation for Hands-free Smartphone Input", Undergraduate dissertation co-supervised with Prof. Hans Gellersen.
    • Louis Creely, "Motion-based Interaction Using a Smartphone for Ubiquitous Interaction", Undergraduate dissertation co-supervised with Prof. Hans Gellersen.


Admin

  • Director of Studies for Placements
    University of Bath, 2021 - Now
    I am the Director of Studies for Placements for both undergraduate and postgraduate students in the Department of Computer Science. This involves undertaking placement visits, placement assessments, and working closely with the amazing Computer Science placements team. As a Director of Studies, I am also heavily involved in the Department Learning, Teaching and Quality Committee (DLTQC) and Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC).

  • Department of Computer Science Research Ethics Officer
    Univeristy of Bath, 2021 - Now
    I am responsible for the management of ethical issues raised by the research work of the Department of Computer Science.
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