School of Computing Science
SAW Building - Level 3
Glasgow, G12 8QQ
Research title: Automated annotation of in-match sports events: A sensor-based model for group activity recognition
#trapped!: Social Media Search System Requirements for Emergency Management Professionals. (S. Raue, L. Azzopardi, and C.W. Johnson) , 36th international ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval 2013, Dublin, Ireland.
Crisees: Real-time monitoring of social media streams to support crisis management.
(D. Maxwell, S. Raue, L. Azzopardi, C.W. Johnson and S. Oates) Advances in Information Retrieval ECIR 2012, Barcelona, Spain.
A social media audience sharing model for authorities to support effective crisis communication. (S Raue, C.W. Johnson, and T. Storer) 7th International IET Conference on Systems Safety and CyberSecurity 2012, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Using Web Service Architectures and Advanced Simulation Tools to ensure that Cost Savings in Strategic Funding for Emergency Services do not Jeopardize the Safety of Local Communities. (S. Raue and C.W. Johnson) International Systems Safety Conference 2010, Minneapolis St. Paul, USA.
On the Safety Implications for e-Governance: Assessing the Hazards of Enterprise Information Architectures in Safety-Critical Applications. (C.W. Johnson and S. Raue) International Conference on Computer Safety, Reliability and Security 2010, Vienna, Austria.
Supporting Integrated Risk Management Planning for the UK Fire and Rescue Services: Evaluation of Prevention And Protection activities on commercial, public and heritage Buildings.
(S. Raue, C.W. Johnson and D. Bouchlaghem, S. Konukcu) Interflam 2010, Nottingham, UK.
Evaluation of Prevention and Protection activities on commercial, public and heritage Buildings. (S. Raue and C.W. Johnson), Fire Safety Engineering in the UK: The State of the Art, FIRESEAT 2010, Edinburgh, UK.
- Dr Tim Storer
- Dr Leif Azzopardi
Selected Invited Talks:
International Emergency Management Symposium– Invited Talk – Presentation on the challenges and opportunities in using social networks and user-generated data for intelligence gathering during man- made and natural disasters (April 2013)
National Emergency Management Exercise on Mass Fatalities – Invited Talk – Presentation on the potential of social networks and user-generated content on intelligence gathering activities during mass fatalities in urban areas (March 2013)
National Emergency Management Exercise on Mass Fatalities – Invited Talk – Presentation on the potential of social networks and user-generated content on intelligence gathering activities during large scale disasters in rural areas (December 2012)
National Health Service Scotland Conference – Invited Talk and Discussion – Presentation on the future impact of social networks on patient doctor relationships and healthcare in general. (June 2012)
National Emergency Management Exercise on the Role of Communication in Resilience – Invited Talk – Presentation on a social media adoption model for public service organisations (February 2012)
National Emergency Management Exercise on Severe Winter Weather – Invited Talk – Presentation on the potential benefits and challenges of social media use during severe weather situations. (September 2011)
National Counter-Terrorism Exercise on Mass Media Communication during Disasters – Invited Talk - Presentation of case-studies/lessons learned from social media use in natural and man-made disasters, and political conflicts. (June 2011)