I currently supervise 3 PhDs:
- Francois Roubert – ‘Social networking in large scale, distributed collaborative research projects’ (to complete 2017, currently a senior lecturer at Westminster University)
- Stavros Tasoudis – automoto-emotional interactions (to complete 2018)
- Najeeb Abdulhamid – computer support for collaborative disaster response (to complete 2020)
Previous Students (graduated)
- Chandrika Cycil – ‘Technology and the family car: situating media use in family life’ (co-funded by Microsoft Research)
- Roshanak Zarabi (2011) Storing, caring and sharing: examining organisational practices around material stuff in the home, DISC, Brunel (currently: Teaching Fellow, Brunel Uni.).
- Laurel Swan (2011) Home/work: implications for domestic technologies, DISC, Brunel University (currently Research Fellow, RCA, London).
- Caroline Shangar (2009) Ubiquitous proximimity-sensitive systems, DISC, Brunel University (currently: project manager, Vodafone Group Plc).
- Marije Kanis (2009) Mobile technology and socio-affective computing. DISC, Brunel University (currently: Researcher, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences).
- Jacqueline Brodie (2004) ‘Supporting communication on the move: user activities and implications for mobile technology design’. DISC, Brunel University (currently: Research Fellow, Napier University).
- Gabriella Spinelli (2004) ‘Distributed Cognition: Artefacts and computational space for collaborative problem solving’. DISC, Brunel University (currently: Reader in Design, Brunel University).
- Janet Cole (2002) ‘Media Use and CSCW: A socio-organisational computational description of accounting activities’. DISC, Brunel University (currently: SL, Kingston).