Dr Nick Bryan-Kinns
Dr. Nick Bryan-Kinns is Reader in Interaction Design, Director of EECS Admissions (Undergraduate and Postgraduate), and the Deputy Dean for Science and Engineering at Queen Mary, University of London. He holds a Royal Academy of Engineering Industrial Secondment, leads Interactional Sound and Music in the Centre for Digital Music at QM, and has published award winning international journal and conference papers on his funded research on mutual engagement, cross-modal interaction, and tangible interfaces. He was a panel member for the National Science Foundation’s CreativeIT funding panel, and provided expert consultation for the European Commission’s funding of Creativity and ICT. He was involved in two research networks focusing on the art-computer cross-over and future design, chaired the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) Creativity and Cognition conference 2010, and co-chaired the British Computer Society (BCS) international HCI conference 2006. Dr. Bryan-Kinns is a BCS Fellow, and a recipient of the ACM Recognition of Service Award, and BCS Recognition of Ten years service. In 1998 he was awarded a Ph.D. in Human Computer Interaction from the University of London.
Chair Of Creativity And Cognition Conference Series Steering Committee.
BCS Fellow Fellow of the British Computer Society (The Chartered Institute for IT). "Fellowship comprises the most senior and respected professionals in the IT field."
Member of ACM
Music & Science Steering Committee, Institute of Musical Research, University of London
Chair Of ACM Creativity And Cognition 2009 2009-10-30 Chair of ACM Creativity and Cognition 2009, Berkeley Art Museum, CA, USA. 27-30 October 2009.
Committee for (re)Actor 2: The Second International Conference on Digital Live Art 2007-09-10
Invited talk at Engage 2006, Sydney, Australia 2006-11-26
Intnernal PhD Examiner (University of London: UCL) 2006-10-26
Poster Chair for BCS HCI Conference 2004 2006-09-26
Chair for BCS HCI Conference 2006 2006-09-11
Committee for (re)Actor: The First International Conference on Digital Live Art 2006-09-11
Concerts in Osaka and Tokyo, Japan 2006-05-01 Daisyphone technology used as part of a remote and present concert by electronic artist Rihito Yumoto at Namba Hatch in Osaka. 1st May (Mon) 7.30pm Namba Hatch in Osaka 3rd May (Wed) 7.30pm Nihon Seinenkan in Tokyo 4th May (Thu) 6.00pm Nihon Seinenkan in Tokyo
Usabilitynews.com advisory team chair 2006-05-01 Advisor to the UsabilityNews.com team.
Short papers chair for BCS HCI Conference 2005 2005-09-08
Practitioner representative for BCS HCI group committee 2003-09-26
Poster Chair for BCS HCI Conference 2003 2003-09-11