Professor Mark Perry
Interdisciplinary ‘user studies’ researcher, focused on human-computer interaction and computer supported co-operative work. Current holder of the Royal Society Kan Tong Po International Fellowship (2018). Extensive experience managing research projects, investigating and designing mobile, ubiquitous, distributed and collaborative technologies from a user-centred perspective. Leading research projects as Principal and Co-investigator Investigator. Experienced educator in Computer Science, teaching across a range of topics and ability levels for over 20 years. Research community building, including reviewing and committee work, ACM CHI Associate Chair 2007, 2009, 2012-14, Subcommittee Chair 2010 and 2015, and Technical Programme Chair, 2018. Senior committee member, MobileHCI 2012. Senior member of the ACM.
Senior Tutor, Department of Computer Science.
Department Management Board
Leading Usability Engineering (cs2003) module.
Mark has been involved in the supervison of over 150 undergraduate and postgraduate research projects during his academic career, and the sucessful graduation of 11 PhDs.
Newest selected publications
Reeves, S., Greiffenhagen, C. and Perry, MJ. (2019) 'Screens in the control room'.Proc. International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis (IIEMCA). Kolding, Denmark. 4
Lewis, M. and Perry, MJ. (2019) 'Follow the Money: Managing Personal Finance Digitally.'.ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction. Glasgow, UK. 4 - 9 May. ACM. pp. 390 - 390.Open Access Link
Georgiou, O., Limerick, H., Corenthy, L., Maksymenko, M., Frish, S., Kim, JR., (2019) 'Mid-Air Haptic Interfaces for Interactive Digital Signage and Kiosks'.CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts (CHI’19 Extended Abstracts). Glasgow, UK. 2 - 9 May. ACM. pp. 1 - 9.Open Access Linket al.
Ferreira, J. and Perry, MJ. (2019) 'From Transactions to Interactions: Social Considerations for Digital Money', in Lynn., Mooney., Rosati. and Cummins. (eds.) Disrupting Finance: FinTech and Strategy in the 21st Century. Palgrave Pivot. pp. 121 - 133. ISBN 10: 303002329X. ISBN 13: 9783030023294. Open Access Link
Perry, M., Broth, M., Engström, A. and Juhlin, O. (2019) 'Visual Narrative and Temporal Relevance: Segueing Instant Replay into Live Broadcast TV'. Symbolic Interaction, 42 (1). pp. 98 - 126. ISSN: 0195-6086 Open Access Link