glasgowUniversityW500The University of Glasgow, founded in 1451, has a strong tradition in teaching and research. It is ranked 51st in the QS World University Rankings. The University has over 23,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students.

UGLAS has an annual research income of over £177m with significant grants from EU, charities and UK research funding councils. The School of Computing Science has 38 academic staff, 36 research staff and 70 PhD students working in all aspects of computing. It was rated as top ten for research power in the last UK government Research Excellence Framework evaluation and with an ‘Excellent’ rating for its teaching. The Glasgow Interactive Systems Group (GIST) within the School of Computing Science is one of the top international research groups in humancomputer interaction with a very strong reputation. The main foci of the group are multimodal interaction, mobile interaction, ubiquitous computing, social signal processing and visualisation. It has strong links with companies such as Nokia, Microsoft, Samsung, NASA, Google, Immersion, B&O, Freescale and IBM.
UGLAS researchers have great experience in applied psychological experiments, multimodal human computer interaction, and evaluation in complex, real world environments.

People

Prof. Stephen Brewster

Dr. Julie R. Williamson

Dr. Euan Freeman

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