Andrew Monk
Professor

Profile

Biography

  • University of Bristol
    Psychology

Obtained his first and second degrees in Psychology from the University of Bristol. He has done research in the application of psychology to the human factors of technology design. This work involves understanding how people use computer software and communication technologies such as video conferencing. Most recently his research has been concerned with the use of technology in the home especially equipment to support independent living for elderly and disabled people. An account of this search, written for the wider public, is available at gadgets4seniors.orgFollow Andrew @gadgets4seniors

Research

Overview

Research group(s)

  • Applications of psychology

Available PhD research projects

Not available for Ph.D supervision.

Publications

Selected publications

Regularly updated list of Andrew's publications.

Teaching

Undergraduate

  • None in 2010 2011

Postgraduate

  • None in 2010 2011

External activities

Memberships

  • British Computer Society   Fellow
  • British HCI Group    Member
  • ACM CHI Academy    Elected 2005

Editorial duties

  • Human-computer Interaction
    Executive editor
  • A.Monk(am1)-200w

    Contact details

    Andrew Monk
    Professor
    Department of Psychology