Professor George Ghinea
Professor - Mulsemedia Computing
Wilfred Brown Building 215
- Email: email@example.com
- Tel: +44 (0)1895 266033
I am interested in working with bright and motivated in a variety of areas:
- Musemedia and multimedia based production, distribution and rendering
- Adaptive, cross-layer communication systems
- Quality of Experience and perception-based modelling
- Human computer interaction and integration of human factors in e-systems
- Communications security
I am fortunate enough to lead a team of motivated, bright and enthusiastic individuals who work on exciting research areas within my expertise:
Christian Niephaus - Christian is exploring solutions for QoS-aware load distribution
Emmanuel (Manos) Perakakis - Manos is looking at how to solve research issues pertaining to building multi-platform interactive TV ads
Jens Maiero – Jens is exploring Ad-hoc Interaction in Spatial Augmented Reality Environments
Past members of my team, whom I have supervised on exciting projects as part of their PhD and postdoc studies, include:
Dr Stephen Gulliver (PhD, 2003) - Stephen explored the wys<> wyg relation in multimedia applications using the Quality of Perception metric. Stephen and I were the first persons to use eye-tracking to explore perceptual multimedia quality and to apply eye tracking in the assessment of continuous media.
Dr Tacha Serif (PhD, 2004) - Tacha used the Quality of Perception metric to explore the user infotainment experience across multiple access devices in his PhD. We then subsequently explored the use of PDAs for pervasive clinical data collection.
Dr Oyindamola Abass (PhD, 2007) - Oyinda integrated the use of original strategies incorporating confidence traits in e-negotiations.
Dr Oluwakemi Ademoye (PhD, 2008) - Kemi’s innovative work focused on the use of the Quality of Perception metric to explore the user experience of olfaction-enhanced multimedia.
Dr Elisabeth Enabulele (PhD, 2008) - Elisabeth enlarged the concept of quality in broadband applications through a multi-stakeholder perspective.
Dr Elahe Kani (PhD, 2008) - Elahe’s PhD focused on the implications of employing user-centred design strategies in media-rich digital libraries.
Dr Kunle Olowe (PhD, 2009) - Kunle used the Quality of Perception metric to explore the user infotainment experience of packet-based voice quality in communication networks
Dr Adel Almohammed (PhD, 2010) - Adel explored novel and efficient ways of using steganography in both images and video media content
Dr Fotis Spyridonis (PhD, 2012) - Fotis studyied the use of 3D visualization techniques for real-time, ubiquitous, data collection in telemedicine.
Dr Bachar Alrouh (PhD, 2012) - Bachar’s research focused on web services security and the computational overheads involved in adding extra such functionality to distributed systems
Dr Mathias Kretschmer (PhD, 2012) - Mathias looked at seamless integration of Broadcast technologies such as Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) to introduce support for high-bandwidth multimedia services.
Dr Tor-Morten Gronli (PhD, 2012) - Tor-Morten’s work looked at enriching the concept of context with elements of media-rich Web 2.0 and situational awareness within the framework of a Personal Information Manager.
Dr Jarle Hansen (PhD, 2012) - Jarle’s research focused on information sharing between mobile devices using the Android platform.
Dr Abdullah Alhayani (PhD, 2013) – Abdullah’s research involved examining information security threats and challenges in Saudi financial institutions.
Dr. Pardis Pourghomi (PhD, 2014) - Pardis researched mobile payment solutions using Near Field Communications
Dr. Kaveh Darabi (PhD, 2015) - Kaveh's work explored solutions for personalising multimedia video abstracts
Dr. Mohamed Hassanein (PhD, 2015)- Mohamed\'s research investigated the area of web services security and steganography
Dr. Zawlikhah Alsomali (PhD, 2015) – Zawlikhah work examined e-banking adoption in Saudi Arabia
Dr Joharah Alzahrani (PhD,2015) – Joharah looked at ways to enhance interactivity in e-learning solutions for Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Michael Scott (PhD, 2015) - Michael explored the fascinating possibilityof using digital games-based solutions to enhance learners\' programming skills