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Patrick Brundell

Research Fellow, Faculty of Science

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Recent Publications

  • RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, BRUNDELL, PATRICK, KOLEVA, BORIANA, ROUSSOU, MARIA, CHAFFARDON, CHRISTOPHE and BENFORD, STEVE, 2016. Families and mobile devices in museums: designing for integrated experiences Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage.
  • BRUNDELL, PATRICK, KOLEVA, BORIANA and WETZEL, RICHARD, 2016. Supporting the design of location-based experiences by creative individuals In: Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP), 2016 11th International Workshop on. 112-116
  • ANDY CRABTREE, TOM RODDEN, PETER TOLMIE, RICHARD MORTIER, TOM LODGE, PAT BRUNDELL and NADIA PANTIDI, 2015. House Rules: The Collaborative Nature of Policy in Domestic Networks Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 19(1), 203-215
  • KOLEVA, BORIANA, TOLMIE, PETER, BRUNDELL, PATRICK, BENFORD, STEVE and RENNICK EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, 2015. From front-end to back-end and everything in-between: work practice in game development In: Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play. 141-150
  • RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, BRUNDELL, PATRICK, KOLEVA, BORIANA, ROUSSOU, MARIA, CHAFFARDON, CHRISTOPHE and BENFORD, STEVE, 2016. Families and mobile devices in museums: designing for integrated experiences Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage.
  • BRUNDELL, PATRICK, KOLEVA, BORIANA and WETZEL, RICHARD, 2016. Supporting the design of location-based experiences by creative individuals In: Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization (SMAP), 2016 11th International Workshop on. 112-116
  • ANDY CRABTREE, TOM RODDEN, PETER TOLMIE, RICHARD MORTIER, TOM LODGE, PAT BRUNDELL and NADIA PANTIDI, 2015. House Rules: The Collaborative Nature of Policy in Domestic Networks Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 19(1), 203-215
  • KOLEVA, BORIANA, TOLMIE, PETER, BRUNDELL, PATRICK, BENFORD, STEVE and RENNICK EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, 2015. From front-end to back-end and everything in-between: work practice in game development In: Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Symposium on Computer-Human Interaction in Play. 141-150
  • CRABTREE, ANDY, RODDEN, TOM, TOLMIE, PETER, MORTIER, RICHARD, LODGE, TOM, BRUNDELL, PAT and PANTIDI, NADIA, 2015. House rules: the collaborative nature of policy in domestic networks Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. 19(1), 203-215
  • FOSH, L., BENFORD, S., REEVES, S., KOLEVA, B. and BRUNDELL, P., 2013. ‘See me, feel me, touch me, hear me’: trajectories and interpretation in a sculpture garden In: CHI '13 Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, April 27–May 2, 2013, Paris, France. 149-158
  • BRUNDELL, PATRICK, RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN and TENNENT, PAUL, 2013. Watching the watchers: visibility and mobility in visitor experiences In proc: Designing Mobile Face-to-Face Group Interactions First International Workshop in conjunction with ECSCW ’13, Cyprus, Se.
  • RENNICK-EGGLESTONE, STEFAN, ROUSSOU, MARIA, BRUNDELL, PATRICK, CHAFFARDON, CHRISTOPHE, KOURTIS, VASSILIS, KOLEVA, BORIANA and BENFORD, STEVE, 2013. Indoors and outdoors: designing mobile experiences for Cité de l’espace
  • BRUNDELL, PATRICK ROBERT, 2013. Deception and communication media
  • FLINTHAM, M., REEVES, S., BRUNDELL, P., GLOVER, T., BENFORD, S., ROWLAND, D., KOLEVA, B., GREENHALGH, C., ADAMS, M., TANDAVANITJ, N. and OTHERS, 2011. Flypad: Designing trajectories in a large-scale permanent augmented reality installation ECSCW 2011: Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 24-28 September 2011, Aarhus Denmark. 233-252
  • MARSHALL, J., WALKER, B., BENFORD, S., TOMLINSON, G., RENNICK EGGLESTONE, S., REEVES, S., BRUNDELL, P., TENNENT, P., CRANWELL, J., HARTER, P. and OTHERS, 2011. The gas mask: a probe for exploring fearsome interactions In: Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems. 127-136
  • BRUNDELL, P., CRABTRE, A., MORTIER, R., RODDEN, T., TENNENT, P. and TOLMIE, P., 2011. W-MUST'11 Best Papers-The Network From Above and Below SIGCOMM-Computer Communication Review. 41(4), 519
  • BRUNDELL, P., CRABTREE, A., MORTIER, R., RODDEN, T., TENNENT, P. and TOLMIE, P., 2011. The network from above and below Proc. ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Measurements Up the STack (W-MUST), Toronto, Canada.
  • FLINTHAM, MARTIN, REEVES, STUART, BRUNDELL, PATRICK, GLOVER, TONY, BENFORD, STEVE, ROWLAND, DUNCAN, KOLEVA, BORIANA, GREENHALGH, CHRIS, ADAMS, MATT, TANDAVANITJ, NICK and OTHERS, 2011. Flypad: Designing trajectories in a large-scale permanent augmented reality installation. In: ECSCW 2011: Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work, 24-28 September 2011, Aarhus Denmark Springer London. 233-252
  • BRUNDELL, P., KNIGHT, D., TENNENT, P., NAEEM, A., ADOLPHS, S., AINSWORTH, S., CARTER, R., CLARKE, D., CRABTREE, A., GREENHALGH, C., O'MALLEY, C. and PRIDMORE, T., 2008. The experience of using the Digital Replay System for social science research In: Proceedings of the 4th International e-Social Science Conference.
  • BRUNDELL, P., KNIGHT, D., TENNENT, P., NAEEM, A., ADOLPHS, S., AINSWORTH, S., CARTER, R., CLARKE, D., CRABTREE, A., GREENHALGH, C. and OTHERS, 2008. The experience of using the Digital Replay System for social science research Proceedings of the 4th International e-Social Science Conference. 18-20
  • FORSYTH, R., AINSWORTH, S., CLARKE, D., BRUNDELL, P. and O’MALLEY, C., 2006. Linguistic-computing methods for analysing digital records of learning. Online Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on e-Social Science, June. 28-30
  • BRUNDELL, P. and KNIGHT, D., 2005. Current research and tools to support data intensive analysis for digital records in e-social science Unpublished NCeSS project report. University of Nottingham.
  • ANDERSON, A.H., MULLIN, J., MCEWAN, R., BAL, J., CARLETTA, J., GRATTAN, E. and BRUNDELL, P., 2005. Exploring why virtual teamworking is effective in the lab but more difficult in the workplace Barriers and Biases in Computer-Mediated Knowledge Communication. 119-142
  • BYRNE, W., LONSDALE, P., SHARPLES, M., BABER, C., ARVANITIS, T.N., BRUNDELL, P. and BEALE, R., 2005. Determining location in context-aware mobile learning Mobilelearning anytimeeverywhere. 43
  • LONSDALE, PETER, BABER, CHRIS, SHARPLES, MIKE, BYRNE, WILL, ARVANITIS, THEODOROS N, BRUNDELL, PAT and BEALE, RUSSELL, 2005. Context awareness for MOBIlearn: creating an engaging learning experience in an art museum Mobilelearning anytimeeverywhere. 115,
  • FRASER, M., BOWERS, J., BRUNDELL, P., O’MALLEY, C., REEVES, S., BENFORD, S., CIOLFI, L., FERRIS, K., GALLAGHER, P., HALL, T. and OTHERS, 2004. Re-tracing the past: mixing realities in museum settings Proc. ACE 2004.
  • FØLSTAD, A, BROOKS, P, HEIM, J, SCHLIEMANN, T, WIIG, S, HESTNES, B, HEIESTAD, S, ULSETH, T, FROWEIN, H, AABY, C and OTHERS, 2002. Results of field experiments of communication media Available from www. eye-to-eye. org.
  • O’MALLEY, C, BRUNDELL, P, MCFADZEAN, J, LONSDALE, P, SCHLIEMANN, T, BROOKS, P, FØLSTAD, A, HEIM, J, HESTNES, B, HEIESTAD, S and OTHERS, 2002. Results of Laboratory Experiments of Communication Media Available from www. eye-to-eye. org.
  • O’MALLEY, C., BRUNDELL, P., LONSDALE, P., BROOKS, P., ASTING, T., HEIM, J., SCHLIEMAN, T., SKJETNE, JH, HESTNESS, B., NILSEN, S. and OTHERS, 2001. Eye-2-Eye: Fitness for purpose of person-person communication technologies International Conference on Communication, Problem-Solving and Learning. University of Strathclyde, June. 25-29
  • ANDERSON, AH, MULLIN, J., KATSAVARAS, E., MCEWAN, R., GRATTAN, E. and BRUNDELL, P., 1999. Understanding multiparty multimedia interactions Psychological Models of Communication in Collaborative Systems (AAAI Fall Symposium). 9-16
  • ANDERSON, AH, MULLIN, J, KATSAVARAS, E, BRUNDELL, P, MCEWAN, R, GRATTAN, E and O’MALLEY, C, 1999. Multimediating multiparty interactions Human Computer Interaction (INTERACT99). 313-320
  • BRUNDELL, P., JR., R.G., KERRY, C.J., K NAKANISHI, H.L.S. and USHERWOOD, P.N.R., 1991. Quisqualate-sensitive glutamate receptors of the locust Schistocerca gregaria are antagonised by intracellularly applied philanthotoxin and spermine Neuroscience Letters. 131(1991), 196-200
  • BRUNDELL, P., AINSWORTH, S., CLARKE, D., FORSYTH, R. and O’MALLEY, C., Driver Project 3 Digital Replay System Experience Report

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