Mark Dunlop

Senior Lecturer

Personal Statement

Dr Dunlop is a senior lecturer in computer science. His research focuses on usability of mobile systems including mobile text entry, sensor driven interaction and evaluation of mobiles. He is increasingly interested in digital health applications of mobile HCI research. His teaching is mainly in human computer interaction (HCI) and mobile programming. He leads The Mobiquitous Lab at Strathclyde, which is researching user behaviour in the context of mobile devices, ubiquitous computing, and multimodal interaction, and recently led the OATS EPSRC funded project on text entry for older adults. He has been CHI Sub-Committee Chaira, will be programme co-chair for MobileHCI 2019 and is an associate editor for Personal and Ubiquitous Computing and International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction.

Prior to joining Strathclyde, Mark was a senior researcher at Risø Danish National Laboratory and a lecturer at Glasgow University.

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    Research areas

  • usability, HCI, mobile, interfaces, sensors, design, programming, visualisation, personalisation, text-entry
  1. Text entry tap accuracy and exploration of tilt controlled layered interaction on smartwatches

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  2. Designing mobile interactions for the ageing populations

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingOther chapter contribution

  3. Ubiquitous text interaction

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingOther chapter contribution

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  1. Federal Court of Australia (External organisation)

    Activity: MembershipMembership of committee

  2. Communications in Mobile Computing (Journal)

    Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial board member

  3. MobileHCI

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventOrganiser of major conference

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Mark Dunlop

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