Intelligent Interactions

The Intelligent Interactions group has interests in all aspects of information engineering and human-machine interactions. It was formed in 2014 by the merger of the Image and Information Research Group and the Digital Media Research Group.

The group has an international reputation for its work in a number of key application areas. These include: image processing and vision, pattern recognition, interaction design, social, ubiquitous and mobile computing with a range of applications in security and biometrics, healthcare, e-learning, computer games, digital film and animation.

Instrumentation Research

Research Areas

Group Members

Intelligent Interactions Staff

Staff NameJob TitleSubject
Deravi FReader in Information Engineering and Head of SchoolPattern Recognition, Image Processing, Computer Vision
Guest RMSenior LecturerPattern Recognition, Biometrics and Security, Digital Systems, Software Engineering
Howells WGJReader in Secure Electronic Systems ICMetric based security technology. Biometric and Pattern Recognition techniques
Bobrowicz ASenior Lecturer in Digital ArtsArt History, Digital Culture, Digital Media, Human-Computer Interaction
Walczowski LTSenior Lecturer in Electronic EngineeringInternet Technology, E-Learning, Mobile Applications
Byers Brown DSenior LecturerAnimation
Sirlantzis KLecturer in Image Processing and VisionComputer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Computational Intelligence, Biometrics, Robotics
Hoque SLecturer in Secure Systems EngineeringComputer Vision, Security and Encryption
Wayman JLHonorary Professor of Biometric Indentification TechnologyBiometric Technologies
Ang J (CS)Senior Lecturer in Multimedia/Digital SystemsHuman Computer Interaction, social computing
Miguel-Hurtado OResearch Fellow 
Green MWAssistant LecturerDigital Media, Human-Computer Interaction, Web Development
Bin Azhar MAHHonorary Research AssociateComputer Vision and Image Processing
Misek RELecturer in Digital MediaDigital Film Making
Oliver JVHonorary Research FellowWorking wih Ania Bobrowicz on Engagement with Virtual Worlds
Efstratiou CLecturer in Ubiquitous ComputingUbiquitous Computing, Mobile Computing, Social Computing, Internet of Things, Wireless Sensor Networks.
Haciosman MGraduate Teaching Assistant 
Skowron MKGraduate Teaching Assistant 
Robertson JJGraduate Teaching Assistant 
Choudhrey SSGraduate Teaching Assistant 
Lee JAGraduate Teaching AssistantSocial Networks, Mobile Sensing, Sentiment Analysis, Social Psychology
O'Brien JAGraduate Teaching Assistant 
Bai LResearch Associate 
Bonner RVisiting Researcher 
Tayler MResearch Assistant 
Matsangidou MGraduate Teaching Assistant 
Abreu MCDCVisiting Research AssociateWorking with Professor Fairhurst - Multi-source biometric processing
Cavazza MOProfessor of Intelligent Interactions 
Fairhurst MCEmeritus ProfessorComputer Vision, Image Processing

Intelligent Interactions PG

Student NameSubject
Alharthi WJS 
Alsedais RAA 
Alsufyani H Pattern Recognition, Information Fusion, Computer Vision and Image Processing
Alsufyani N 
Bagherian E 
Baker JM 
Catley E 
Chauhan S 
Choudhrey S 
Gherman BG 
Green MWDigital Media, Human-Computer Interaction, Web Development
Gu C 
Guness SP 
Hu Y 
Islam T 
Komliki C 
Lee JASocial Networks, Mobile Sensing, Sentiment Analysis, Social Psychology
Li C 
Matsangidou M 
Moser S 
Motoc IM 
Nicholls BPP 
O'Brien JA 
Oprea P 
Otkhmezuri B 
Pan S 
Pg Hj Mohd Yassin DH 
Putjorn P 
Robertson J 
Rodrigues SJIntelligent Flame Detection Incorporating Burner Condition Monitoring and On-Line Fuel Tracking
Sanjayan S 
Skowron MK 
Wang M 
Wang X 
Wu Q 
Ye B 

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