Dr John Rooksby
- Research Associate (School of Computing Science)
I am a Research Associate in Computing Science at the University of Glasgow. I have a PhD from Manchester University.
Personal site: johnrooksby.org
2015 UX for mHealth. SICSA Research Challenge Award.
2014-15 ADUP Project: Mobile App Data as a Utility for Public Health. RCUK Digital Economy Award. With Dr Cindy Gray and Dr Marilyn Lennon.
2014 A Hybrid Approach to Evaluating Mobile Health Technologies. Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Studentship Award (funding for PhD Student). With Dr Cindy Gray and Prof Matthew Chalmers.
2014 - 2018: Claire McCallum - A Hybrid Approach to Evaluating Mobile Health Technologies (2nd Supervisor). Lord Kelvin Adam Smith LKAS Award.
MSc / L4 Disseration Projects
2017: I Lafcheiv - A Blockchain Based System for Managing Consent
2017: M Podlubny - Synchronous Text Messaging
2016: D Buls - A Web Application for Identifying Rosacea Food Triggers
2016: T Kalogeropoulos - Using Behaviour Change Techniques to Inform App Design
2016: K Dimitrov - A Blockchain Powered Smart Campus.
2015: T Singh - A Mexican Wave Game to Reduce Sedentary Behaviour.
2015: S Milligan - Design Patterns.
2014: M Crean - Co-Design of a Walking Game.
2014: P Wojczak - Mobile Application Usage Data Sharing as a Social Technology.
2015: O Tufail (Funded by the School of Computing Science) - Design and Development of a Nutrition App.
2013: TE Smith (Populations Programme Award) - The incorporation of Mobile Devices into Multimodal Interaction.
2013: S Popescu (EPSRC Vacation Scholar Award) - How is an iPhone Used? An Investigation into the Collocation of Apps in Smart Device User Traces.