Details of some of my research interests – from programming Phidgets and Kinect, to palimpsests and sonic design to developments in technology including those impacting the way that government and our public services can be redesigned.
You can explore my PhD portfolio here. The word “composition” is used in this portfolio in the wider sense that Mark Canter envisages, namely as combining
“… all forms of media, orchestrating fragments of graphics, animation, and text, in juxtaposition with sound and musical passages, into a single artwork.”
- “Appraising the impact and role of platform models and Government as a Platform (GaaP) in UK Government public service reform: towards a Platform Assessment Framework (PAF)” Brown, A., Fishenden, J., Thompson, M., Venters, W. Government Information Quarterly, available online 18 May 2017
- “Sounds of Time and Place“, Leonardo, Volume 50 Issue 1 February 2017, p.12-19
- “Measuring Brain Signals to Evaluate the Role of Creativity in Interceptive Human Movement”, Devanka Pathak, Hongji Yang, Tin-Kai Chen, Jerry Fishenden, Alison Lee, IEEE Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE), 2016
- “‘London Streets’ app prototyping and the user experience“, International Journal of Creative Computing, Inderscience, 2016
- “Traces: Plankton on the Move”, Cynthia Beth Rubin, Susanne Menden-Deuer, Elizabeth Harvey, Jerry Fishenden. Leonardo, July 2013. Video available here.
- “Interactive Palimpsests”, IEEE ISCC, 2014
- “Human-Computer Interaction with Palimpsests” (PDF). Centre for Creative Computing, Bath Spa University. October 2013
- “Digital Government, Open Architecture, and Innovation: Why Public Sector IT Will Never Be The Same Again“, with Mark Thompson, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory (JPART), September 6, 2012.
- “The Creativity-Innovation Elapse (CIE): Creative Innovation, Technological Acceleration and Economic Growth“, with Andrew Hugill, Centre for Creative Computing, Bath Spa University, October 2011
- “Interactive Computer Visualisations of Time and Place”, Proceedings of the 2011 Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics, (pp. 69-70), 2011
- “Palimpsests of Time and Place”, with Andrew Hugill, COMPSAC, IEEE 35th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference, (pp. 336-345), 2011
- “eID: Identity Management in an Online World“, Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on e-Government (ECEG 2005), 2005
- “Managing intranets to improve business process”, Aslib Proceedings, December 1997
A short paper (PDF) and poster (JPG), “Interactive Computer Visualisations of Time and Place”, on some of the graphics aspects of my research, were presented at the UK chapter of the Eurographics Association’s ninth Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics Conference (TP.CG.2011) in Warwick, September 2011.
An overview of some of the techniques and compositions developed for my doctoral portfolio. Requires sound.
Additional insights into techniques and compositions. Requires sound.
An overview of alternative interfaces prototyped and evaluated, including sonar sensing to manipulate sound and image. Requires sound.