October 2009 - present
EPSRC project EP/G059063/1, CHI-MED:Multidisciplinary Computer-Human Interaction research for the design and safe use of interactive medical devices.
I am currently involved in
  • exploring the effects of number entry interface style on error detection in safety critical devices
  • exploring performace (speed and accuracy) of different number entry interfaces
  • reverse engineering medical devices and developping/implementing algorithms for automatic user interface analysis
April 2008 - September 2009
EPSRC project EP/F059116, A state of the art information driven health care demonstrator: Combining advanced technologies in the gastro-intestinal field.
My duties included
  • analysis of medical data using machine learning algorithms; specifically those available in Weka - a robust open source machine learning toolkit.
  • designing user interfaces that reduce information overload for clinicians
October 2008
MRes Thesis, Devices, Errors and Improving Interaction Design - A Case Study Using an Infusion Pump
May 2007
BSc Thesis, Communicating Context Through Music