Lead Researcher

Sandy J. J. Gould is a post-doctoral researcher at the UCL Interaction Centre interested in how people manage interruptions and multiple tasks. He uses experimental methods to investigate multitasking behaviour in laboratory and remote online environments.

Collaborating Researchers

Anna L. Cox is a Reader at UCL and Deputy Director of the UCL Interaction Centre. Her research takes a scientific approach to investigating HCI, with a particular focus on immersion in gaming and how people search for information. She co-edited the first textbook on Research Methods for Human Computer Interaction. She has served as Associate Chair for CHI since 2012 and General Co-Chair for CHI PLAY 2015 and 2016.

Duncan P. Brumby is a Senior Lecturer 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 CHI since 2012.