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Dr Tony Stockman

Tony

Senior Lecturer

Email: t.stockman@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 20 7882 5202
Room Number: Peter Landin, CS 405

Teaching

Database Systems (Postgraduate)

Introduction to databases and their language systems in theory and practice. The main topics covered by the module are: The principles and components of database management systems. The main modelling techniques used in the construction of database systems. Implementation of databases using an object-relational database management system. SQL, the main relational database language. Object-Oriented database systems. Future trends, in particular information retrieval and data warehouses. There are 2 timetabled lectures a week, and 1 hour tutorial per week (though not every week). There will be timetabled laboratory sessions (2 hours a week) for approximately 4 weeks.

Database Systems (Undergraduate)

This module is an introduction to databases and their language systems in theory and practice. The main topics covered by the module are: the principles and components of database management systems; the main modelling techniques used in the construction of database systems; implementation of databases using an object-relational database management system; the main relational database language; Object-Oriented database systems; future trends, in particular information retrieval, data warehouses and data mining.There are two timetabled lectures a week, and one-hour tutorial per week (though not every week). There will be timetabled laboratory sessions (two hours a week) for approximately five weeks.

Interaction Design (Undergraduate)

Traditionally, interactive systems design has focused on enhancing people's efficiency or productivity. For example, to increase the speed with which tasks can be completed or to minimise the number of errors people make. Economic and social changes have led to a situation in which the primary use of many technologies is for fun; ie. in which there is no quantifiable output and no clear goal other than enjoyment. Computer games, mobile music players and online communities are all examples where the quality of the experience is the primary aim of the interaction. This module explores the challenges these new technologies, and the industries they have created, present for the design and evaluation of interactive systems. It moves away from a human computer interaction model, which is too constrained for real world problems and provides you with an opportunity to engage with theories relating to cultural dynamics, social activity, and live performance. It explores the nature of engagement with interactive systems and between people when mediated by interactive systems.

Semi-structured Data and Advanced Data Modelling (Undergraduate/Postgraduate)

In this module, student will learn to process XML (with XSLT and Java), to model data with XML (XML native, RDF), and to query XML data (XQuery). The module teaches many concepts of data modelling and knowledge representation that are beyond the syntactic issues of XML or RDF. The knowledge students acquire in the course is fundamental to the many data design and data analytics tasks occurring in todays IT and business landscapes. The second part of the module is dedicated to advanced DB concepts including active databases, mobile databases, spatial and temporal databases, triggers, performance tuning, distributed databases, indexing and query optimisation. The third part of the module covers the modern, agile world of data processing: NoSQL. It is about the processing of semi-structured data, transforming data streams into formats (triplets, JSON) to be processed by new DB systems (e.g. MongoDB, CouchDB). Overall, students will learn in this module to solve data and information management tasks as they typically occur in today's IT landscape.

Research

Research Interests:

Human Computer Interaction, Auditory Displays, data sonification

Publications

  • STOCKMAN AG, METATLA O (2018). “I Hear You”: Understanding Awareness Information Exchange in an Audio-only Workspace. Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
  • STOCKMAN T, Wilkie S (2018). Perception of objects that move in depth, using ecologically valid audio cues. nameOfConference
  • STOCKMAN AG (2018). Perception of objects that move in depth: using ecologically valid audio cues. nameOfConference
  • Feng F, Stockman T (2017). An investigation of dynamic crossmodal instantiation in TUIs. nameOfConference
  • Deacon T, Stockman T, Barthet M (2017). User experience in an interactive music virtual reality system: An exploratory study. nameOfConference
  • Fazekas G, Barthet M, Stockman T (2017). Welcome to Audio Mostly 2017!. nameOfConference
  • Jack RH, Stockman T, McPherson A (2017). Rich gesture, reduced control: The influence of constrained mappings on performance technique. nameOfConference
  • Jack RH, Stockman T, McPherson A (2017). Maintaining and constraining performer touch in the design of digital musical instruments. nameOfConference
  • STOCKMAN AG, Al-Thani D (2016). Reflections on the Research Methods Used in an Investigation of Cross-modal Collaborative Information Seeking. The 5th International Workshop onn Collaboration: Human-Centered Issues & Interactivity Design, as part of The 2016 International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems, Florida, USA, October-November 2016.
  • Jack RH, Stockman T, McPherson A (2016). Effect of latency on performer interaction and subjective quality assessment of a digital musical instrument. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, Martin F, Parkinson A et al. (2016). Audio-haptic interfaces for digital audio workstations: A participatory design approach. nameOfConference
  • Al-Thani D, Stockman T, Tombros A (2016). EXPLORING THE STAGES OF INFORMATION SEEKING IN A CROSS-MODAL CONTEXT. nameOfConference
  • Turchet L, Moffat D, nez AT-J et al. (2016). What do your footsteps sound like? An investigation on interactive footstep sounds adjustment. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2016). Sonification of reference markers for auditory graphs: effects on non-visual estimation tasks. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, Correia N, Martin F et al. (2016). Tap the ShapeTones: Exploring the Effects of Crossmodal Congruence in an Audio-Visual Interface. nameOfConference
  • Mycroft J, Stockman T, Reiss JD (2016). Visual information search in digital audio workstations. nameOfConference
  • Csapo A, Wersenyi G, Nagy H et al. (2015). A survey of assistive technologies and applications for blind users on mobile platforms: a review and foundation for research. nameOfConference
  • Sahib NG, Tombros A, Stockman T (2015). Evaluating a search interface for visually impaired searchers. nameOfConference
  • Feng F, Stockman T, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2015). An investigation into the comprehension of map information presented in audio. nameOfConference
  • Al-Thani D, Stockman T, Tombros A (2015). The effects of cross-modal collaboration on the stages of information seeking. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2015). Designing with and for people living with visual impairments: audio-tactile mock-ups, audio diaries and participatory prototyping. nameOfConference
  • Loeliger E, Stockman T (2014). Wayfinding without Visual Cues: Evaluation of an Interactive Audio Map System. nameOfConference
  • Sahib NG, Tombros A, Stockman T (2014). Investigating the Behavior of Visually Impaired Users for Multi-session Search Tasks. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, Martin F, Stockman T et al. (2014). Non-visual menu navigation: The effect of an audio-tactile display. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2013). Activity theory as a tool for identifying design patterns in cross-modal collaborative interaction. nameOfConference
  • Durrant A, Hook J, McNaney R et al. (2013). Design to support interpersonal communication in the special educational needs classroom. nameOfConference
  • Al-Thani D, Stockman T, Tombros A (2013). Cross-modal collaborative information seeking (CCIS): An exploratory study. nameOfConference
  • Brown N, Stockman T (2013). Examining the use of thematic analysis as a tool for informing design of new family communication technologies. nameOfConference
  • Sahib NG, Stockman T, Tombros A et al. (2013). Participatory Design with Blind Users: A Scenario-Based Approach.. nameOfConference
  • Wilkie S, Stockman T, Reiss JD (2012). Amplitude manipulation for perceived movement in depth. nameOfConference
  • Barden P, Comber R, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2012). The telematic dinner party. nameOfConference
  • Barden P, Comber R, Green D et al. (2012). Telematic dinner party: Designing for togetherness through play and performance. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinn N, Stockman T et al. (2012). Cross-modal Collaborative Interaction Between Visually-impaired and Sighted Users in the Workplace. 18th International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD2012)
  • Wilkie S, Stockman T (2012). The Perception of Auditory-visual Looming in Film. CMMR 2012 - 9th International Symposium on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval
  • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T (2012). Interactive hierarchy-based auditory displays for accessing and manipulating relational diagrams. nameOfConference
  • Sahib NG, Tombros A, Stockman T (2012). A Comparative Analysis of the Information-Seeking Behavior of Visually Impaired and Sighted Searchers. nameOfConference
  • STOCKMAN AG, Bryan-Kinns N, Metatla O (2012). Interactive hierarchy-based auditory displays for accessing and manipulating relational diagram. nameOfConference
  • Martin F, T S, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2012). Supporting Cross-modal Collaboration in the Workplace. HCI 2012 - People and Computers XXVI
  • STOCKMAN AG, Bryan-Kinns N, Metatla O (2012). The effects of Using Headphones and Speakers on Collaboration in an Audio-only Workspace. nameOfConference
  • Brown N, Stockman T (2011). Supporting communication between parents and primary school children with the use of technology. nameOfConference
  • Morrell MJRJD, Stockman T (2011). Auditory cues for gestural control of Multi-track audio. nameOfConference
  • Molster A, Stockman T (2011). On the Road to Design: Developing a sonified route navigator for cyclists. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O MF (2011). Cross-modal Collaborative Interaction Between Visually-impaired and Sighted Users in the Workplace. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, BRYAN-KINNS N, Stockman T (2011). Interactive Hierarchy-Based Auditory Displays for Accessing and Manipulating Relational Diagrams. nameOfConference
  • Al-Thani D, Stockman T (2010). Development and evaluation of a cross-modal XML schema browser. nameOfConference
  • Molster A, Stockman T (2010). Sonified route guidance system for cyclists. nameOfConference
  • Hummul JHTFC, Stockman T (2010). Interactive sonification of german wheel sports movement. nameOfConference
  • Stockman T (2010). Listening to people, objects and interactions. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O ST (2010). Collaborative Cross-Modal Interfaces. nameOfConference
  • Frauenberger C, Stockman T (2009). Auditory display design-An investigation of a design pattern approach. nameOfConference
  • Metatla OB-KN, Stockman T (2008). Constructing relational diagrams in audio: the multiple perspective hierarchical approach. nameOfConference
  • Metatla OB-KN, Stockman T (2008). Comparing Interaction Strategies for Constructing Diagrams in an Audio-only Interface. nameOfConference
  • Frauenberger CST, Bourguet ML (2008). Pattern design in the context space; a method-ological framework for designing auditory display with patterns. nameOfConference
  • Stockman T, Metatla O (2008). The Influence of Screen-Readers on Web Cognition. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, BRYAN-KINNS N, Stockman T (2008). Constructing Relational Diagrams in Audio: The Multiple Perspective Hierarchical Approach. ASSETS 2008
  • Perez CFCHTSTNLVNJSCBBV, Brock D (2008). HCI Beyond the GUI: The Human Factors of Non-traditional Interfaces, chapter 5: Auditory Interfaces. nameOfConference
  • Bourguet M, STOCKMAN AG, Frauenberger C (2007). A Survey on Common Practice in Designing Audio in the User Interface. 21st British HCI Group Annual Conference, Lancaster, September 2007
  • Metatla OB-KN, Stockman T (2007). Using Hierarchies to Support Non-Visual Access to Relational Diagrams. nameOfConference
  • Harrar L, Stockman T (2007). DESIGNING AUDITORY GRAPH OVERVIEWS. nameOfConference
  • Metatla OB-KN, Stockman T (2007). Evaluating THE DESIGN AND LEARNABILITY OF AN AUDITORY UML DIAGRAM. nameOfConference
  • Nickerson LVSTBJ (2007). Sonifying the London Underground real-time-disruption map. nameOfConference
  • Stockman TRNMO, Harrar L (2007). THE DESIGN OF INTERACTIVE AUDIO SOCCER. nameOfConference
  • Frauenberger CSTBML (2007). a methodological framework for auditory display design. nameOfConference
  • Stockman TRNMO, Harrar L (2007). THE DESIGN OF INTERACTIVE AUDIO SOCCER. nameOfConference
  • Khan N, Long H, Rahman S et al. (2007). From local laboratory data to public domain database in search of indirect association diseases: AJAX based gene data search engine. nameOfConference
  • Metatla O, BRYAN-KINNS N, Stockman T (2007). Using Hierarchies to Support Non-Visual Access to Relational Diagrams. HCI 2007
  • Metatla OB-KNST (2006). A Model for Structuring UML Class Diagrams to Support Non-Visual Interpretation and Navigation. nameOfConference
  • Fields BSTNLHP (2006). Proceedings of the BCS HCI conference, volume 2. nameOfConference
  • Metatla OB-KNST (2006). Diagrams as Sonified Trees: The Design andImplementation ofAuditory UML. nameOfConference
  • Frauenberger C, Stockman T (2006). Patterns in auditory menu design. nameOfConference
  • Frauenberger CPVORST (2005). AN AUDITORY 3D FILE MANAGER DESIGNED FROM INTERACTION PATTERNS. nameOfConference
  • STOCKMAN AG, Frauenberger C, Hind G (2005). Interactive Sonification of Spreadsheets. 11th International Conference on Auditory Display, Limerick, July 2005
  • Stockman TNLVHG (2005). AUDITORY GRAPHS: A SUMMARY OF CURRENT EXPERIENCE AND TOWARDS A RESEARCH AGENDA,. nameOfConference
  • Frauenberger CSTPV, R HO (2005). Interaction Patterns for Auditory User Interfaces. nameOfConference
  • Frauenberger C, Stockman T, Putz V et al. (2005). Mode independent interaction pattern design. nameOfConference
  • Khan N, Rahman S, Stockman AG (2004). A framework for molecular biology database integration using context graph. nameOfConference
  • STOCKMAN AG (2004). Integrating Data Sonification with Synthetic Speech for Unified Data Access. proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Interactive Sonification
  • STOCKMAN AG (2004). The design and evaluation of auditory access to spreadsheets. Proceedings of the 10th International conference on Auditory Display, International Community for Auditory Display
  • Khan N, Rahman S, Stockman AG (2003). Integration of biological data resources using image object keying. nameOfConference
  • STOCKMAN AG (2003). Sonification of SQL constructs in multi-modal database interaction. Proceedings of the Workshop on Audio Assistive Devices and Methods for the Visually Impaired
  • STOCKMAN AG (2003). The Delivery and Development of a Distance Learning Conversion Masters Database Systems Module. Proceedings of the Workshop on Teaching, Learning and Assessment in Databases
  • Khan N, Stockman AG, Rahman S (2002). A cooperative environment for genetic variance analysis using component database for database integration. nameOfConference
  • STOCKMAN AG, Galal G, Alaa G (2002). E-commerce systems: Architecting concepts and directions. Proceedings of the UKAIS Annual Conference on Information Systems
  • STOCKMAN AG, Alaa G (2001). An Investigation into the Nature of Electronic Commerce, Requirements and Needs in developing countries. Proceedings of BIT World Conference
  • Metatla O, Martin F, Parkinson A et al. (publicationYear). Audio-haptic interfaces for digital audio workstations. nameOfConference
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