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    HCI 2016 - Fusion!

    Proceedings of the 30th International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference (HCI 2016)

    Bournemouth University, Poole, UK, 11 - 15 July 2016

    This conference was edited by:

    Dr Shamal Faily is a Senior Lecturer in Systems Security Engineering in the Department of Computing & Informatics at Bournemouth University. His research interests are in design for security, and role that Human Computer Interaction (HCI) can play in providing assurance about software designs. Before joining Bournemouth, Shamal held a teaching post at University College London, and carried out postdoctoral research at the University of Oxford, where he completed a DPhil in Computer Science. Prior his doctoral research, Shamal was a software engineer in the Space & Defence division of Logica. Shamal regularly reviews for major HCI and security conference and journals, and has published over 60 peer reviewed publications in these areas.

    Dr Nan Jiang is a Senior Lecturer in Software Quality and Testing in the Department of Computing & Informatics at Bournemouth University. He is also the Programme Leader for MSc Information Technology and MSc Enterprise Information Systems. His research focuses on usability evaluation methods and interaction design. Nan regularly reviews for major HCI conferences and journals and he has published over 20 peer-reviewed articles. Nan has 5 years of industrial experience as a full stack web development consultant and a technical writer. He has provided consultancy for over 10 companies and organisations through a number of projects including EU funded Grads for Growth, H2020 RISE FOODSmart and Gates Foundation funded ResIn project. Nan received his PhD in Web Usability from Queen Mary, University of London.

    Dr Huseyin Dogan is a Senior Lecturer in Systems Engineering and Human Factors in the Department of Computing & Informatics at Bournemouth University. Dr Dogan is co-leading the HCI research group and managing the undergraduate programmes in Computing (~700 students) at BU. Prior to BU, he worked as a Research Associate within the Engineering Systems of Systems research group at Loughborough University. He has 8 years industrial experience working for BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre, and Military Air & Information. He has over 70 publications including journal papers, conference papers and technical reports. Dr Dogan received his Engineering Doctorate (EngD) in Systems Engineering from Loughborough University, MSc in Human Computer Interaction with Ergonomics from University College London, and BSc in Computer Science from Queen Mary University of London.

    Dr Jacqui Taylor is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Bournemouth University. Jacqui is a Chartered Psychologist and has a PhD in HCI, awarded by the University of Portsmouth for one of the first research projects investigating the social psychological impacts of the internet on communication and group processes. Jacqui teaches on both Psychology and Computing degrees on the topic of Cyberpsychology and her research investigates a wide variety of impacts of the Internet on human interaction, such as digital addiction, online trust and cyber-security and she has published in both computing and psychology journals. Jacqui is a Senior Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy and supervises postgraduate research on the psychological impacts of technology enhanced learning, for example ‘digital wellbeing’ and developing psychological and digital literacies.

    Conference Introduction