Prof Alan Penn

Alan Penn is Professor of Architectural and Urban Computing
at The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies and Director of the
VR Centre for the Built Environment. He is Dean of the Bartlett.
His research focuses on understanding the way that the design of
the built environment affects the patterns of social and economic
behaviour of organisations and communities. How is it that
architecture and urban design matter for those that inhabit
them? How is it that the spatial design of cities and neighbourhoods
leads to the generation of cultural and community identity?
Under what conditions do vital and thriving creative communities occur,
and under what conditions does crime and urban malaise develop?
pennAlan Penn is Professor of Architectural and Urban Computing at The Bartlett School of Graduate Studies and Director of the VR Centre for the Built Environment. He is Dean of the Bartlett. His research focuses on understanding the way that the design of the built environment affects the patterns of social and economic behaviour of organisations and communities. How is it that architecture and urban design matter for those that inhabit them? How is it that the spatial design of cities and neighbourhoods leads to the generation of cultural and community identity? Under what conditions do vital and thriving creative communities occur, and under what conditions does crime and urban malaise develop?

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Prof Anthony Steed

steed2Prof Anthony Steed's research is concerned with real-time interactive graphics systems such as immersive virtual reality, mixed reality systems and video games. He in interested in a range of topics from systems engineering, system latency, efficient rendering, 3D interfaces, content creation, usability evaluation, bio-signal monitoring and the general human response to interactive content. In the past couple of years he has focussed particularly on networked graphics and telepresence systems. He is also interested in procedural graphics and computer animation for humans. Prof Steed is interested in working with companies that wan to develop and evaulate new interactive systems and novel displays. He has experience working in the games industry and is also interested in content production pipelines and user-generated content.

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Dr Dejan Mumovic (EngD Co-director)

dejan-mumovicDr Dejan Mumovic is a building scientist with a background in heating, ventilation and air conditioning engineering.He is a Senior Lecturer in Architectural Engineering at the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies. Dejan is currently leading a group of eight industry/EPSRC co-funded research engineers and  doctoral students developing the appropriate techniques necessary for evaluating built environment issues holistically. His current research focuses an integrated approach to energy, health and operational performance.

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Dr Niloy Mitra

Dr Niloy Mitra'a work deals with shape analysis and exploiting 3D data
collections. Humans possess superior reasoning and observation skills
and are experts in quickly parsing and abstracting scenes. Yet with the
huge amount of digital data now being easily available, automation is
desirable. A common theme of Niloy's research is to understand the
important relations between objects and object parts in 3D scenes.
Niloy is also working on the identify and encode model variations
across collections of similar datasets using statistical techniques.
3D geometry is widely available via online repositories, yet we lack
effective tools for browsing and navigating such datasets, e.g.,
understanding geometric optimization and manufacturing constraints to
better navigate the space of constrained meshes. Niloy's research
opens up interesting directions in fabrication-aware design and
exploration, and optimizing directly on such design manifolds.
mitraDr Niloy Mitra's work deals with shape analysis and exploiting 3D data collections. A common theme of Niloy's research is to understand the important relations between objects and object parts in 3D scenes. Niloy is also working on the identify and encode model variations across collections of similar datasets using statistical techniques. 3D geometry is widely available via online repositories, yet we lack effective tools for browsing and navigating such datasets, e.g.,understanding geometric optimization and manufacturing constraints tobetter navigate the space of constrained meshes. Niloy's research opens up interesting directions in fabrication-aware design and exploration, and optimizing directly on such design manifolds. Read more

Dr Tim Weyrich

Dr Tim Weyrich is a Senior Lecturer in the Virtual Environments and
Computer Graphics group in the Department of Computer Science and
Associate Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities.
Prior to coming to UCL, Tim was a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow of
Princeton University, working in the Princeton Computer Graphics Group.
Tim's research interests are appearance modeling, point-based graphics,
3D reconstruction, cultural heritage acquisition and digital humanities.
 
tweyrich2Dr Tim Weyrich is a Reader in the Virtual Environments and Computer Graphics group in the Department of Computer Science and Associate Director of the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. Prior to coming to UCL, Tim was a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow of Princeton University, working in the Princeton Computer Graphics Group. Tim's interests are appearance modeling, point-based graphics, 3D reconstruction, cultural heritage acquisition and digital humanities.
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Prof Muki Haklay

Prof Muki Haklay is a Professor of Geographic Information Science
in the department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering
where he is the co-director of the Extreme Citizen Science (ExCiteS)
research group. Muki is interested in public access and use of environmental
information, participatory mapping and GIS, citizen science and usability
and Human-Computer Interaction aspects of geographical technologies.
His current research focus is on Extreme Citizen Science - the development
of theories, methodologies and tools that will allow any community,
regardless of their literacy level, to carry out their own projects.
mukiProf Muki Haklay is a Professor of Geographic Information Science in the department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineeringwhere he is the co-director of the Extreme Citizen Science (ExCiteS) research group.
Muki is interested in public access and use of environmental information, participatory mapping and GIS, citizen science and usability and Human-Computer Interaction aspects of geographical technologies. His current research focus is on Extreme Citizen Science - the development of theories, methodologies and tools that will allow any community, regardless of their literacy level, to carry out their own projects.
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