Timothy Neate

Human-Computer Interaction Researcher


I am a Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design in the Department of Computer Science at City, University of London. I work on the EPSRC funded INCA Project, which aims to enable people with Aphasia to create and curate digital content. My research interests are human-computer interaction, multi-device ecosystems, tangible user interfaces and augmentative technology.

I got my PhD from the FIT Lab, Department of Computer Science, at Swansea University and my masters and undergraduate degrees at the Department of Electronics at the University of York. I have previously worked at Fraunhofer IIS's Audio Labs and as a Research Officer at the FIT Lab at Swansea.

Recent Publications

Below you can find my recent peer reviewed work. For more information and a full publication list, head to my Google Scholar or my ResearchGate page.


I am a regular reviewer for several conferences including CHI, TVX, MobileHCI, TEI, etc. I am currently Demo Chair for ACM TVX 2018. I have previously been Web and Social Media Chair for MobileHCI 2017 and an Associate Chair for ACM TVX 2017


Room A210, Centre for HCID

College Building, City, University of London

London EC1V 0HB

Internal phone: 0415

timothy dot neate at city dot ac dot uk

Last updated 21/11/17