Professor Robert Macredie
Professor of Interactive systems/Director of UG Studies for CS
Wilfred Brown Building 215
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- Tel: +44 (0)1895 266053
With over 20 years of research experience, Rob Macredie has worked with a range of organisations, ranging from large, blue-chip companies, through small businesses, to government agencies. Rob’s research spans the fields of Human-Computer Interaction and Information Systems, exploring the ways in which people and organisations use technology, and aims to determine how work can be more effectively undertaken by improving the way that we understand how people and technology interact in organisational (and social) settings. He is Professor of Interactive Systems at Brunel University London, and has held senior leadership roles as Head of School, Dean of Faculty and Pro-Vice-Chancellor.
Rob is Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Computer Science.
Newest selected publications
Macredie, R., Kim, H. and Giacomin, J. (2014) 'A qualitative study of stakeholders' perspectives on the social network service environment'. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 30 (12). pp. 965 - 976. ISSN: 1044-7318 Open Access Link
Borsci, S., Macredie, RD., Martin, JL. and Young, T. (2014) 'How many testers are needed to assure the usability of medical devices?'. Expert Review of Medical Devices, Early online (5). pp. 513 - 525. ISSN: 1745-2422 Open Access Link
Macredie, R., Kolouri, T. and Lauria, S. (2014) 'Do (and say) as I say: Linguistic adaptation in human-computer dialogues'. Human-Computer Interaction, In Press (1). pp. 59 - 95. ISSN: 0737-0024 Open Access Link
Bell, D., Koulouri, T., Lauria, S., Macredie, RD. and Sutton, J. (2014) 'Microblogging as a mechanism for human–robot interaction'. Knowledge-Based Systems, 69 (1). pp. 64 - 77. ISSN: 0950-7051 Open Access Link
Borsci, S., Macredie, RD., Barnett, J., Martin, J., Kuljis, J. and Young, T. (2013) 'Reviewing and extending the five-user assumption: A grounded procedure for interaction evaluation'. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 20 (5). pp. 1 - 23. ISSN: 1073-0516 Open Access Link