David Coyle is a Lecture in Human Computer Interaction and is a member of the Bristol Interaction and Graphic Group. While he is primarily an HCI researcher, his work tends to have a strong inter-disciplinary focus. His recent research has two broad themes: - Designing, developing and evaluating healthcare technologies, in particular technologies to support mental health interventions. - Exploring how new experimental techniques, for example techniques borrowed from Neuroscience research, can provide more in depth understandings of peoples’ experiences with technologies. He publishes regularly at top ranking HCI conferences such as ACM CHI, including a Best Paper Honorable Mention at CHI 2012. Prior to joining the University of Bristol, he was a Marie Curie Post Doctoral researcher at the University of Cambridge, working jointly with the Computer Laboratory and the Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Institute. Further details are available on his personal website, see below.
Dr David Coyle, Lecturer
COMS21301: Human-Computer Interaction (lecturer)