Dr Alan Chamberlain is currently a Senior Research Fellow in the Mixed Reality Lab at Nottingham. He has published numerous papers on many aspects of Human Computer Interaction and has successfully obtained funding for research projects. He is currently interested in the development of systems in real world settings (Research in the Wild). His main research interests are listed below. Academia.edu profile
His research interests relate to real-world problems as articulated by various communities of practice and relate to Human Computer Interaction, Ethnography, Action Research, Participatory Design, Rural Aspects of Computing, and User Engagement in order to develop networks of people that are able to involve themselves in the practices of innovation and design.
Living with Digital Ubiquity (Named Researcher)
FAST - Fusing Semantic and Audio Technologies for Intelligent Music Production and Consumption
The Magellan Project - http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/110521_en.html
EPSRC EP/J000604/1 Co-investigator (Researcher), 2011 - 2012. Value £1,263,925 (full cost) (5 Million awarded to Nottingham).
EPSRC EP/J000604/2 Co-investigator (Researcher) 2012- 2015
Scaling the Rural Enterprise - EPSRC EP/I001816/1, Recognised Researcher (Named), 2010 - 2012. Value £230,515.
Bridging the Urban Rural Divide (BURD) - Scaling the Rural Enterprise,
MCGARRY, GLENN, TOLMIE, PETER, BENFORD, STEVE, GREENHALGH, CHRIS and CHAMBERLAIN, ALAN, 2017. 'They'Re All Going out to Something Weird': Workflow, Legacy and Metadata in the Music Production Process In: Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing. 995-1008
PAPANGELIS, KONSTANTINOS, METZGER, MELVIN, SHENG, YIYANG, LIANG, HAI-NING, CHAMBERLAIN, ALAN and KHAN, VASSILIS-JAVED, 2017. 'Get Off My Lawn!': Starting to Understand Territoriality in Location Based Mobile Games In: Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 1955-1961
CEKE Fellowship (PI) Collections, Community and Culture: Exploring the Nature of Heritage and Diaspora (2013)
HERMES Fellowship (PI) Building Early Career Capacity: big data communities, software and engineering (2013)
Convergence: Interdisciplinary Interpretations of People, Place and Pervasive Media, Troubadour Award (PI), Awarded from the grant: EPSRC Reference: EP/H024867/1 - Towards Pervasive Media
Performative Aspects of Pervasive Computing (PI) - Awarded from the grant: EPSRC Reference: EP/F013442/1 - UBICOMP Grand Challenge Award
Nano Histories (PI) - Awarded from the grant EPSRC Reference: EP/E018580 - Bridging the Gaps between Mathematics, ICT and Engineering
Rural Ubiquitous Computing (PI) - Awarded from the grant: EPSRC Reference: EP/F03038X/1 - The Challenge of Widespread Ubiquitous Computing
Riders Have Spoken: Designing and Evaluating an Archive for Replaying Interactive Performances - AHRC "Beyond Text Programme" Recognised Researcher (Named), 2010 - 2011. Value £12877.56 (full cost)
Research Council Involvement
2010 Bridging the Urban Rural Divide (RCUK/EPSRC) - Funding/Future Direction Workshop (Selected Member) Birmingham UK
2011 Early Career Meeting (EPSRC) Nottingham UK