All of our academic staff are research active, working with a team of post-graduate and post-doctoral researchers and a lively population of research students. Our research focuses on core themes of theoretical and practical computer science: artificial intelligence and symbolic computation, networked and distributed systems, systems engineering, and human computer interaction.

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Recent Submissions

  • Immersive Installation: “A Virtual St Kilda” 

    McCaffery, John Philip; Kennedy, Sarah Elizabeth; Miller, Alan Henry David; Oliver, Iain Angus; Watterson, A.; Allison, Colin (Springer, 2015) - Conference item
    This paper discusses a Virtual Histories project, which developed a digital reconstruction of St Kilda. St Kilda is the most remote and western part of the United Kingdom. It was evacuated in the 1930s and lay empty for ...
  • Knowledge-based interoperability for mathematical software systems 

    Kohlhase, Michael; De Feo, Luca; Müller, Dennis; Pfeiffer, Markus Johannes; Rabe, Florian; Thiéry, Nicolas; Vasilyev, Victor; Wiesing, Tom (Springer, 2017) - Conference item
    There is a large ecosystem of mathematical software systems. Individually, these are optimized for particular domains and functionalities, and together they cover many needs of practical and theoretical mathematics. However, ...
  • The Virtual Museums of Caen : a case study on modes of representation of digital historical content 

    McCaffery, John; Miller, Alan; Vermehren, Anna; Fabola, Adeola (IEEE, 2015-09-28) - Conference item
    In the early 19th Century much of the Strath of Kildonan was cleared of its people who were replaced by sheep farming. This pattern was repeated across the Scottish Highlands. In 2013 Timespan, Helmsdale Heritage and Arts ...
  • Exploring the past with Google Cardboard 

    Fabola, Adeola; Miller, Alan; Fawcett, Richard (IEEE, 2015-09-28) - Conference item
    Combining digital reconstruction with mobile technologies has the potential of enriching visitors experience to historic sites. Through designing a mobile App with Google Cardboard it is possible to use technology already ...
  • Mobile onsite exploration of parallel realities with Oculus Rift 

    Davies, C.; Miller, A.; Fawcett, R. (IEEE, 2015-09-28) - Conference item
    This paper reports experience in developing a parallel reality system which allows its user to observe and move around their real environment whilst wearing a stereoscopic 3D head mounted display imbued with video-see ...

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