· PROFILE ·

Ian Oakley, PhD
Faculty
ian@uma.pt
+351 291 70 5117
2.58 at UMa

Expertise Areas:
Multi-modal interaction, Perception, Empirical evaluation, Sensors, Mobile devices
Teaching Activities:
  • Human Factors (MHCI)
  • Embodiment (MHCI)
  • Software Architectures for User Interfaces (MHCI)
Research Projects:

Multi-modal interaction, Perception, Empirical evaluation, Sensors, Mobile devices


Ian oakley is an assistant professor at the University of Madeira, in Funchal, Portugal and an adjunct assistant professor at the HCI Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. He holds a BSc (Joint Honours First Class) in Computing Science and Psychology and a Phd in Human-Computer Interaction from the University of Glasgow UK. His work experience includes 3 years of post-doctoral experience with MIT MediaLab Europe in Dublin, Ireland and 2 years experience at GIST and ETRI, two leading research institutions in South Korea. His research focuses on the design, development and evaluation of multi-modal interfaces and he has published on this topic in both leading conferences (such as ACM CHI) and journals (such as the IJHCS). Finally, he is, although he no longer sounds like it, Scots.

PhD in Computer Science, University of Glasgow
Formerly: Researcher at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Korea
Formerly: Researcher at Media Lab Europe, Dublin