I’m always looking for great students to work on research projects. I particularly encourage students from any underrepresented groups in Computer Science to talk to me about potential projects. Before you reach out, take a look at my research and publications to make sure that what you want to study is a good fit for what I do.
If you are interested in doing a PhD in the area of human-computer interaction, contact me with a copy of your CV to discuss opportunities. For more information about postgraduate research degrees at Northumbria University, visit here.
Please read my advice on how to write a PhD proposal.
Potential research topics:
- Digital wellbeing
- Email and other computer-mediated communication
- Social media and identity
- New forms of work through online platforms
- Productivity & task and time management
- Work-life balance
- Negotiating agency and trust with automated systems
- User experience of multi-device ecologies (mobile, wearable, and/or smart IoT devices)
- Carlos Alvarez, PhD student, Computer and Information Sciences (2019 – present), 1st supervisor
- Sena Çerçi, PhD student, School of Design (2019 – present), 2nd supervisor [project website]
- Selina Sutton, PhD student, Computer and Information Sciences (2018 – present), 3rd supervisor
- Dr Parvin Asadzadeh, post-doc working on EPSRC GAMO funded project (2018 – 2019)
- Lucia Sanz Vilar, research assistant working on iWARDs and digital wellbeing studies (2018)