Timothy Neate

Human-Computer Interaction Researcher



About

I am a Research Fellow and Visiting Lecturer 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 computing, tangible/tactile 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.

Supervision and Teaching

I am a visiting lecturer and am happy to discuss supervision of any projects with MSc students at City, UoL. I am currently keen to supervise projects on:



Community

I am a regular reviewer for several conferences including CHI, TVX, MobileHCI, TEI, etc. I have also been/am involved in:



Contact

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 26/10/18