Sandy J. J. Gould
is a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the University of Birmingham
working to understand in how people manage interruptions and multiple tasks. He uses experimental methods to investigate multitasking behaviour in laboratory and remote online environments. This project was started as part of EPSRC Doctoral Prize grant when he was a post-doc at the UCL Interaction Centre
Anna L. Cox
is a Professor of Human-Computer Interaction at the UCL Interaction Centre
. Her research focuses on understanding the impacts of digital technologies on productivity, work-life balance and wellbeing. She co-edited the first textbook on Research Methods for Human Computer Interaction. She is Technical Programme Chair for ACM CHI 2018 and 2019.
Duncan P. Brumby
is a Reader at the UCL Interaction Centre
. His research takes a scientific approach to understand how people interact with interfaces elements and how devices are used in mobile settings. He is an Associate Editor for the International Journal of Human Computer Studies, and has been an Associate Chair on the Understanding People subcommittee at ACM CHI since 2012.
Laura Lascau is a PhD student at the UCL Interaction Centre working with Prof Anna Cox, Dr Duncan Brumby and Dr Sandy Gould, University of Birmingham. In her PhD, she is looking at multitasking, work-life balance and crowdworking. Previously, she has worked as a User Experience Designer for IBM Design.
Anna Rudnicka is a PhD student at the UCL Interaction Centre working with Prof Anna Cox and Dr Sandy Gould, University of Birmingham. Her PhD examines information disclosure and privacy in citizen science settings.