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Dr Dunlop is a senior lecturer in computer science. His research focuses on usability of mobile systems including mobile text entry, sensor driven interaction and evaluation of mobiles. He is increasingly interested in digital health applications of mobile HCI research. His teaching is mainly in human computer interaction (HCI) and mobile programming. He leads The Mobiquitous Lab at Strathclyde, which is researching user behaviour in the context of mobile devices, ubiquitous computing, and multimodal interaction, and recently led the OATS EPSRC funded project on text entry for older adults. He has been CHI Sub-Committee Chaira, will be programme co-chair for MobileHCI 2019 and is an associate editor for Personal and Ubiquitous Computing and International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction.
Prior to joining Strathclyde, Mark was a senior researcher at Risø Danish National Laboratory and a lecturer at Glasgow University.
More background on Mark's Personal HomePage
Doctor of Philosophy, University of Glasgow
Award Date: 1 Jan 1991
Project: Internally funded project
1/10/20 → 28/02/21
Alternative and augmentative communication technologies to support adults with mild intellectual disabilities during clinical consultations: a scoping reviewGibson, R. C., Bouamrane, M-M. & Dunlop, M. D., 2 Apr 2021, (Accepted/In press) In: JMIR Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies. 35 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
Dunlop, M. D. & Wilson, J. N., 28 Feb 2021, Intelligent Computing for Interactive System Design: Statistics, Digital Signal Processing, and Machine Learning in Practice. Eslambolchilar, P. & Komnios, A. (eds.). New York, NY, United States, p. 197-223 37 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › ChapterOpen AccessFile1 Downloads (Pure)
General Practitioners Views of a Tablet Application to Support Patients with Mild Intellectual Disabilities during Primary Care Consultations: Post-Task Walkthroughs and Semi-Structured Interviews
Caregivers Views of a Tablet Application to Support Patients with Mild Intellectual Disabilities during Primary Care Consultations: Cognitive Walkthroughs and Semi-Structured Interviews
Mark Dunlop (Member)1 Dec 2012 → 30 May 2013
Activity: Membership types › Membership of committee