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Dr Evan Morgan

Research Associate

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Education / Academic qualification

2011Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Queen Mary University of London
Instrumenting the Musician: Measuring and Enhancing Affective and Behavioural Interaction During Collaborative Music Making
2004Master of Engineering, Imperial College London

Research Interests

Social and behavioural design informatics. In particular: mixed methods behavioural measurment, social signal processing, human behaviour understanding, affective computing, design for behaviour change, and interaction design.

Biography

Evan is a Research Associate on the Enhance project – investigating energy usage in non-domestic settings using a living lab approach, with the aim of co-designing digital interventions that draw upon environmental and behavioural data to in order to reduce energy consumption. He is also working on the IDEAL project - developing and evaluating the HCI aspects of a domestic energy feedback system.

Prior to this Evan completed his PhD within the Media and Arts Technology Centre for Doctoral Training at Queen Mary University of London. His doctoral research focused upon the use of sensor technologies (e.g. motion, physiology, eye-tracking) for understanding and enhancing non-verbal interactions between collaborating musicians. 

Research outputs

  1. Utilising disaggregated energy data in feedback designs – the IDEAL project

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  2. Co-Designing Innovations for Energy Saving in Large Organisations

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

  3. Enhance: The Assembly Rooms Energy Living Lab

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Research activities & awards

  1. 3rd Place, EPSRC Photography Competition, Equipment Category

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  2. Best Presentation – EECS Postgraduate Conference 2014

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  3. Best Work In Progress Award

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