Current and former Research Associates
- Dr Bridget Kane,
- Medical Team Meetings, Health Informatics.
- Dr Ielka van Der Sluis,
- Natural Language Generation, HCI, Interaction Design (CNGL, 2008-2011).
- Dr Nikiforos Karamanis,
- Machine Translation, HCI, CSCW (CNGL, 2008-2011).
Current research students
- Akira Hayakawa
- PhD student, working on multimodal, multilingual speech to speech
interaction. (Delivery & Interaction, CNGL-2)
- Shane Shehan
- PhD student, working on visualisation methods for language
analytics. (Creation & Curation, CNGL-2)
- Fasih Haider
- PhD student, working on dialogue systems (METALOGUE Project, FP7,
co-supervised by Nick Campbel)
- Oscar Cassetti
- PhD student, working on Data Mining.
- David Murphy
- PhD candidate investigating computer-based training systems for
surgical decision making. (Co-supervision with Dr Gavin Doherty)
- Anne Schneider (2013)
- PhD Thesis title: "Intrinsic and Extrinsic Component Evaluation in Interactive Multilingual Speech Applications" (CNGL CSET, Systems Framework project)
- Stephan Schlogl (2012)
- PhD thesis title: "Supporting Wizard of Oz Experimentation for Language Technology Applications"
(CNGL CSET, Systems Framework project)
- Su Jing
- PhD in Computer Science (Nov 2011). Title: "An Analysis of
Content-free Dialogue Representation, Supervised Classification
Methods and Evaluation Metrics for Meeting Topic Segmentation"
- Michael Davy
- PhD in Computer Science (February 2009). Title: "Active Learning
Query Selection with Historical Information"
- Daniel Kelleher
- PhD in Computer Science (June 2008). Title: "Identifying and
Interpreting Context on the Web: An Application-driven Approach"
- Bridget Kane
- PhD in Computer Science (May 2008). Title: "An Analysis of the Dynamics of
Multi-Disciplinary Medical Team Meetings and the Use of Communication Technology"
- Deirdre Hogan
- PhD in Computer Science (March 2007). Dissertation title: "On Coordination
Disambiguation in a Generative Parsing Model, with Memory-Based
Techniques for Parameter Estimation"
- Matt-Mouley Bouamrane
- PhD Computer Science (February 2007). Dissertation title: "Interaction-based Information Retrieval
in Artefact-Producing, Multimodal, Online Meeting Recordings"
- Marcus Furlong
- MSc (by research) in Computer Science (August 2009). Dissertation title: "An analysis of text
classification techniques for determining source language of
translated texts using the European Parliament Proceedings Parallel
- Peter Byrne
- MSc in Networks and Distributed Systems (2004).
title: "Awareness Mechanisms in Groupware Systems".
- Bridget Kane
- MSc in Health Informatics (2003). Dissertation
title: "Computer Support for Collaborative Work in Lung Cancer
Diagnosis: an ethnographic study and critical assessment".
- Michael Roche
- MSc student (by research) who worked on optimisation algorithms for
the (NP-complete) problem of protein folding in the
hydrophobic-hydrophilic (HP) model.