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Prof Stephen Fairclough

Prof Stephen Fairclough

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Biography

Stephen Fairclough is a Professor of Psychophysiology in the School of Natural Sciences and Psychology. He began his career at Loughborough University working on human factors psychology, with a particular emphasis on psychophysiological measures and driving behaviour. He joined Liverpool John Moores University in 2000 and extended his range of skills to cover cardiovascular physiology and measurement of brain activity (EEG and fNIRS).

His research has been funded by a range of bodies, including: the European Commission, EPSRC, the Health & Safety Executive, the BIAL Foundation, Innovate UK and private organisations (Muller, Volvo). He has worked extensively in collaborations between academia and industry.

He has a long-standing track record of research in the area of emerging technologies and human-computer interaction. His 2009 paper on physiological computing was the most cited paper in the journal Interacting With Computers in 2011-12 and 2012-13. In 2014, he was asked to write an article for Nature on data privacy and physiological measurement.

He has co-edited two books in the last two years, both on the topic of physiological computing and published by Springer. He was elected as President of Psychophysiology In Ergonomics (a group aligned to the International Ergonomics Association) and served from 2007-2010. He is a program co-chair for the International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems.

He has been a member of the programme committee for ACM Annual Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) and the bi-annual conference Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction. He is currently a member of the editorial boards for the journals IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing and International Journal of Cognitive Performance Support. He has been elected to serve on the Executive of the European Chapter of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society.

His personal research website may be found at: http://physiologicalcomputing.org

Degrees

2000, Loughborough University, United Kingdom, PhD
1986, University of Central Lancashire, United Kingdom, BSc (Hons) Psychology

Academic appointments

Professor of Psychophysiology, Liverpool John Moores University, 2012 - present
Subject Leader for Neuroscience and Health Psychology, Natural Sciences and Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University, 2008 - 2012
Senior Lecturer, Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University, 2000 - 2008
Research Fellow, Human Sciences and Advanced Technology, Loughborough University, 1987 - 2000

Publications

Highlighted publications

Kreplin U, Fairclough SH. 2015. Effects of self-directed and other-directed introspection and emotional valence on activation of the rostral prefrontal cortex during aesthetic experience NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 71 :38-45 DOI Author Url Public Url

Fairclough SH, Karran A, Gilleade K. 2015. Classification Accuracy from the Perspective of the User: Real-Time Interaction with Physiological Computing Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems :3029-3038 DOI Author Url

Burns CG, Fairclough SH. 2015. Use of auditory event-related potentials to measure immersion during a computer game INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN-COMPUTER STUDIES, 73 :107-114 DOI Author Url Public Url

Fairclough SH, Gilleade K. 2014. Advances in Physiological Computing Springer Science & Business Media 9781447163923

Fairclough SH. 2014. Physiological data must remain confidential Nature, 505 :263-263 DOI

Fairclough SH, van der Zwaag M, Spiridon E, Westerlink J. Effects of Mood Induction via Music on Cardiovascular Measures of Negative Emotion during Simulated Driving Physiology and Behaviour, DOI Author Url

Conference publication

Dobbins C, Fairclough S. 2019. Detecting and Visualizing Context and Stress via a Fuzzy Rule-Based System during Commuter Driving 2019 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, PerCom Workshops 2019, :499-504 DOI

Harris B, Dobbins C, Fairclough S, Lisboa P. 2017. Exploring Wearable Devices for Unobtrusive Stress Monitoring Public Url

Dobbins C, Fairclough S. 2017. A Mobile Lifelogging Platform to Measure Anxiety and Anger During Real-Life Driving 2017 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom’17) :327-332 DOI Author Url Public Url

Fairclough S, Holzinger A, Otero A, Pope A. 2016. Foreword PhyCS 2016 - Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems, :XI

Fairclough SH, Karran A, Gilleade K. 2015. Classification Accuracy from the Perspective of the User: Real-Time Interaction with Physiological Computing Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems :3029-3038 DOI Author Url

Karran AJ, Fairclough SH, Gilleade K. 2013. Towards an Adaptive Cultural Heritage Experience Using Physiological Computing Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings, 2013-April :1683-1688 DOI Publisher Url

Fairclough SH, Burns CG. 2013. Decomposing Immersion: Effects of Game Demand and Display Type on Auditory Evoked Potentials Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings, 2013-April :1095-1100 DOI

Fairclough SH, Ewing KC. 2011. THE INFLUENCE OF TASK DEMAND AND EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION ON ELECTROCORTICAL AND CARDIOVASCULAR MEASURES OF MENTAL EFFORT PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 51st Annual Meeting of the Society-of-Psychophysiological-Research 48 :S16-S16 Author Url

Ewing KC, Fairclough SH. 2010. THE EFFECT OF FINANCIAL INCENTIVES AND WORKING MEMORY DEMAND ON SYSTOLIC BLOOD PRESSURE AND EEG OSCILLATORY MEASURES OF COGNITIVE EFFORT AND MOTIVATIONAL DISPOSITION PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 15th Annual Meeting Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront 47 :S83-S84 Author Url

Spiridon E, Fairclough SH. 2009. CARDIOVASCULAR AND EEG INDICATORS OF ANGER AND CONTROL/NO CONTROL STATES PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 49th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Psychophysiological-Research 46 :S54-S54 Author Url

Ewing KC, Fairclough SH. 2009. THE IMPACT OF WORKING MEMORY LOAD ON EEG MEASURES OF MENTAL EFFORT AND MOTIVATION DISPOSITION PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 49th Annual Meeting of the Society-for-Psychophysiological-Research 46 :S86-S86 Author Url

Allanson J, Fairclough SH. 2004. A research agenda for physiological computing INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS, Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems ( CHI 2002) 16 :857-878 DOI Author Url

May AJ, Carter C, Smith F, Fairclough SH. 1995. Evaluation of an in-vehicle headway feedback system with a visual & auditory interface IEE Colloquium (Digest),

Serbedzija N, Fairclough SH. Biocybernetic Loop: from awareness to evolution CEC'09 Proceedings of the Eleventh conference on Congress on Evolutionary Computation, Eleventh Congress on Evolutionary Computation :2063-2069 DOI Author Url

Spiridon E, Fairclough SH. Detection of anger with and without control for Affective Computing systems Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction and Workshops, 2009. ACII 2009., Third International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction DOI

Ewing K, Fairclough SH. The effect of an extrinsic incentive on psychophysiological measures of mental effort and motivational disposition when task demand is varied Proceedings of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 54th Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society

Spiridon E, Fairclough SH. Anger in the motivational context of states of control and no control International Journal of Psychophysiology, 77 :269-270 DOI

Ewing K, Fairclough SH. EEG and cardiovascular correlates of working memory load and motivation International Journal of Psychophysiology, 77 :282-282 DOI

Fairclough SH, Gilleade K, Nacke L, Mandryk R. Brain and body interfaces: designing for meaningful interaction Computer Human Interaction (CHI) DOI

van der Zwaag MD, Fairclough SH, Spiridon E, Westerlink JHDM. The impact of music on affect during anger inducing drives Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction 6974 :407-416

Fairclough SH, Gilleade KM. Construction of the Biocybernetic Loop: A Case Study CMI 2012 Grand Challenge - Brain-Computer Interfaces, ICMI’12 DOI Author Url

Poel M, Nijboer F, Fairclough SH, Nijholt A, van den Broek E. Brain Computer Interfaces as intelligent sensors for enhancing human-computer interaction 14th ACM International Conference on MultiModal Interaction DOI Author Url

Poole HM, Fairclough S, Wade K, Elves S. GAMING IN THE CLINIC:EFFECTS OF GAME DEMAND ON PAIN EXPERIENCE IN ADULT BURNS PATIENTS International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) World Congress

Harris B, Dobbins C, Fairclough S, Lisboa P. Measuring Academic Stress ‘In the Wild’ with Wearable Sensors: Removal of Noise from Wearable Sensor Data Using Fir Filters 1st Neuroadaptive Technology Conference 2017 (NAT’17) Public Url

Dobbins C, Fairclough S. Wearable Sensors, Driving and the Visualization of Cardiovascular Stress During Everyday Life 1st Neuroadaptive Technology Conference 2017 (NAT’17) Public Url

Stamp K, Dobbins C, Fairclough S, Poole H. Development of a Neuroadaptive Gaming Technology to Distract from Painful Procedures 1st Neuroadaptive Technology Conference 2017 (NAT’17) Public Url

Dobbins CM, Fairclough S. Detecting Negative Emotions During Real-Life Driving via Dynamically Labelled Physiological Data 2018 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom’18) DOI Public Url

Dobbins CM, Fairclough S, Lisboa PJG, Navarro FFG. A Lifelogging Platform Towards Detecting Negative Emotions in Everyday Life using Wearable Devices 2018 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications (PerCom’18) DOI Public Url

Stamp K, Dobbins CM, Fairclough S, Poole H. The Influence of Game Demand on Distraction from Experimental Pain: A fNIRS Study 2nd International Neuroergonomics Conference DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Editorial/letter to the editor

Putze F, Mühl C, Lotte F, Fairclough S, Herff C. 2018. Editorial: Detection and estimation of working memory states and cognitive functions based on neurophysiological measures Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 12 DOI

Graumann K, Fairclough SH, Zander, T , Ayaz, H . 2017. Editorial: Trends In Neuroergonomics Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, DOI Author Url

Journal article

Fairclough SH, Burns C, Kreplin U. 2018. FNIRS activity in the prefrontal cortex and motivational intensity: impact of working memory load, financial reward, and correlation-based signal improvement Neurophotonics, 5 DOI Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Ewing K, Fairclough SH, Gilleade K. 2016. Evaluation of an adaptive game that uses EEG measures validated during the design process as inputs to a Biocybernetic Loop Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, DOI Author Url Public Url

Jacucci G, Fairclough SH, Solovey ET. 2015. Physiological Computing IEEE Computer, 48 :12-15 DOI

Fairclough S, da Silva HP, Gamboa H, Gilleade K, Bermudez i Badia S. 2015. Applications and Issues for Physiological Computing Systems: An Introduction to the Special Issue INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS, 27 :489-491 DOI Author Url Public Url

Kreplin U, Fairclough SH. 2015. Effects of self-directed and other-directed introspection and emotional valence on activation of the rostral prefrontal cortex during aesthetic experience NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 71 :38-45 DOI Author Url Public Url

Burns CG, Fairclough SH. 2015. Use of auditory event-related potentials to measure immersion during a computer game INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HUMAN-COMPUTER STUDIES, 73 :107-114 DOI Author Url Public Url

Karran AJ, Fairclough SH, Gilleade K. 2015. A Framework for Psychophysiological Classification within a Cultural Heritage Context Using Interest ACM TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER-HUMAN INTERACTION, 21 DOI Author Url Public Url

Fairclough S. 2014. Physiological data must remain confidential NATURE, 505 :263-263 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH. 2014. Physiological data must remain confidential Nature, 505 :263-263 DOI

da Silva HP, Holzinger A, Fairclough S, Majoe D. 2014. Physiological Computing Systems: First International Conference, PhyCS 2014, Lisbon, Portugal, January 7–9, 2014, Revised Selected Papers Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 8908 DOI

Kreplin U, Fairclough SH. 2013. Activation of the rostromedial prefrontal cortex during the experience of positive emotion in the context of esthetic experience. An fNIRS study FRONTIERS IN HUMAN NEUROSCIENCE, 7 DOI Author Url

Kastenmuller A, Greitemeyer T, Fairclough SH, Waite D, Fischer P. 2013. Playing Exergames and Sporting Activity: The Impact of Identification with One’s Game Character Social Psychology, 4 :264-270 DOI Author Url

Roberts CA, Fairclough S, Fisk JE, Tames FT, Montgomery C. 2013. Electrophysiological indices of response inhibition in human polydrug users JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, 27 :779-789 DOI Author Url

Roberts CA, Fairclough SF, Fisk JE, Tames F, Montgomery CA. 2013. ERP evidence suggests executive dysfunction in ecstasy polydrug users Curran HV. Psychopharmacology, 3 :375-388 DOI Author Url Public Url

Goodwin L, Fairclough SH, Poole HM. 2013. A cognitive-perceptual model of symptom perception in males and females: the roles of negative affect, selective attention, health anxiety and psychological job demands Journal of Health Psychology, DOI Author Url

Serbedzija N, Fairclough SH. 2012. Reflective pervasive systems ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems, 7 DOI

Fairclough SH, Spiridon E. 2012. Cardiovascular and electrocortical markers of anger and motivation during a simulated driving task International Journal of Psychophysiology, 84 :188-193 DOI

Serbedzija N, Fairclough S. 2012. Reflective Pervasive Systems ACM TRANSACTIONS ON AUTONOMOUS AND ADAPTIVE SYSTEMS, 7 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Gilleade K, Nacke LE, Mandryk RL. 2011. Brain and body interfaces: Designing for meaningful interaction Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings, :65-68 DOI

van der Zwaag MD, Fairclough S, Spiridon E, Westerink JHDM. 2011. The Impact of Music on Affect during Anger Inducing Drives DMello S, Graesser A, Schuller B, Martin JC. AFFECTIVE COMPUTING AND INTELLIGENT INTERACTION, PT I, 6974 :407-+ DOI Author Url

Ewing KC, Fairclough SH. 2010. The effect of an extrinsic incentive on psychophysiological measures of mental effort and motivational disposition when task demand is varied Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 1 :259-263 DOI

Fairclough SH, Ewing KC, Roberts J. 2009. Measuring task engagement as an input to physiological computing Proceedings - 2009 3rd International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction and Workshops, ACII 2009, DOI

Trimmel M, Fairclough S, Henning R. 2009. Psychophysiology in ergonomics APPLIED ERGONOMICS, 40 :963-964 DOI Author Url

Trimmel M, Fairclough SH, Henning R. 2009. Psychophysiology in Ergonomics Applied Ergonomics, :963-964 DOI

Venables L, Fairclough SH. 2009. The influence of performance feedback on goal-setting and mental effort regulation MOTIVATION AND EMOTION, 33 :63-74 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH. 2009. Fundamentals of physiological computing INTERACTING WITH COMPUTERS, 21 :133-145 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Tattersall AJ, Houston K. 2006. Anxiety and performance in the British driving test TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART F-TRAFFIC PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOUR, 9 :43-52 DOI Author Url

Venables L, Allanson J, Fairclough S. 2004. The efficacy of psychophysiology for realising affective computing Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings, :1543 DOI

Brookhuis KA, De Waard D, Fairclough SH. 2003. Criteria for driver impairment ERGONOMICS, 46 :433-445 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Houston K. 2003. Blood glucose as an index of mental effort JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY, 17 :95-95 Author Url

Fairclough SH, Graham R. 1999. Impairment of driving performance caused by sleep deprivation or alcohol: A comparative study HUMAN FACTORS, 41 :118-128 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH. 1997. Monitoring of driver and vehicle performance IEE Colloquium (Digest),

Fairclough SH, May AJ, Carter C. 1997. The effect of time headway feedback on following behaviour ACCIDENT ANALYSIS AND PREVENTION, 29 :387-397 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Goodwin L. The effect of psychological stress and relaxation on interoceptive accuracy: Implications for symptom perception. J Psychosom Res, 62 :289-295 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Venables L. Prediction of subjective states from psychophysiology: a multivariate approach. Biol Psychol, 71 :100-110 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Venables L, Tattersall A. The influence of task demand and learning on the psychophysiological response. Int J Psychophysiol, 56 :171-184 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Houston K. A metabolic measure of mental effort. Biol Psychol, 66 :177-190 DOI Author Url

Spiridon E, Fairclough S. Detection of anger with or without control for affecting computing systems DOI

Fairclough SH, Gilleade KM, Ewing KC, Roberts J. Capturing user engagement via psychophysiology: measures and mechanisms for biocybernetic adaptation International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communication Systems, DOI Publisher Url

Fairclough SH, van der Zwaag M, Spiridon E, Westerlink J. Effects of Mood Induction via Music on Cardiovascular Measures of Negative Emotion during Simulated Driving Physiology and Behaviour, DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Gilleade K, Ewing KC, Roberts J. Capturing user engagement via psychophysiology: measures and mechanisms for biocybernetic adaptation International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems, 1 :63-79 DOI

Roberts CA, Fairclough SH, McGlone FP, Fisk JE, Montgomery C. Electrophysiological evidence of atypical processing underlying mental set shifting in ecstasy polydrug and polydrug users. Exp Clin Psychopharmacol, 21 :507-515 DOI Author Url Public Url

Fairclough SH. Physiological data must remain confidential Nature, 505 :263-263 DOI

Fairclough SH, Spiridon E. Cardiovascular and electrocortical markers of anger and motivation during a simulated driving task International Journal of Psychophysiology, 84 :188-193

Fairclough SH, Spiridon E. Cardiovascular and electrocortical markers of anger and motivation during a simulated driving task. Int J Psychophysiol, 84 :188-193 DOI Author Url

Goodwin L, Fairclough SH, Poole HM. A cognitive-perceptual model of symptom perception in males and females: the roles of negative affect, selective attention, health anxiety and psychological job demands Journal of Health Psychology, 18 :848-857 DOI

Fairclough SH, Roberts J. Effects of performance feedback on cardiovascular reactivity and frontal EEG asymmetry International Journal of Psychophysiology, 81 :291-298 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Trimmel M, Henning R. Psychophysiology and ergonomics research Applied Ergonomics, 40 :963-964 DOI

Da Silva H, Fairclough SH, Holzinger A, Jacob R, Tan D. Introduction to the Special Issue on Physiological Computing Systems ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 21 DOI Author Url

Fairclough SH, Gilleade K, Ewing K, Roberts J. Capturing user engagement via psychophysiology: measures and mechanisms for biocybernetic adaptation International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems, 6 :63-79

Kastenmueller A, Greitemeyer T, Fairclough SH, Waite D, Fischer P. Playing exergames: The impact of identification with one's game character on physical activity Social Psychology, 44 :264-270

Fairclough SH, Ewing KE. The effect of task demand and incentive on neurophysiological and cardiovascular markers of effort International Journal of Psychophysiology, DOI Author Url Public Url

Dobbins CM, Fairclough SH. Signal Processing of Multimodal Mobile Lifelogging Data towards Detecting Stress in Real-World Driving IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, DOI Public Url

Dataset

Dobbins C, Fairclough S. 2018. Multimodal Lifelogging Dataset DOI Publisher Url Public Url

Poster

Slade K, Fairclough S, Kramer SE, Richter M. 2017. The impact of listening demand on effort-driven cardiovascular responses. 29th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, Boston, USA

Slade K, Kramer SE, Fairclough S, Richter M. 2017. The impact of listening demand on effort-driven cardiovascular responses. 10th anniversary meeting of the Society for the Study of Motivation, Boston, USA.

Slade K, Fairclough S, Kramer SE, Richter M. 2017. Systolic blood pressure as an indicator of listening effort in response to listening demand International Convention of Psychological Science, Vienna, Austria

Chapters

Fairclough SH. 2015. A Closed-Loop Perspective on Symbiotic Human-Computer Interaction Blankertz B, Jacucci G, Gamberini L, Spagnolli A, Freeman J. Symbiotic Interaction: 4th International Workshop, Symbiotic 2015 Berlin, Germany, October 7-8, 2015 :57-67 Springer DOI Public Url

Dobbins C, Fairclough S. 2015. Lifelogging Technologies to Detect Negative Emotions Associated with Cardiovascular Disease Applied Computing in Medicine and Health :27-44 Elsevier 978-0-12-803468-2 DOI

Dobbins C, Fairclough S. 2015. Lifelogging Technologies to Detect Negative Emotions Associated with Cardiovascular Disease Applied Computing in Medicine and Health :27-44 9780128034682 DOI

Fairclough SH, Mulder LMJ. 2011. Psychophysiological process of mental effort investment Wright RA, Gendolla GHE. How Motivation Affects Cardiovascular Response :61-76 Amer Psychological Assn 9781433810268

Fairclough SH. 2011. Physiological Computing: Interfacing with the Human Nervous System Ouwerkerk M, Westerink JHDM, Krans M. Sensing Emotions in Context :1-20 Springer Verlag 9789048132577

Ewing K, Fairclough SH. The impact of working memory load on psychophysiological measures of mental effort and motivational disposition. de Waard D, Axelsson A, Berglund M, Peters B, Weikert C. Human Factors: A system view of human,technology and organisation. :423-433 Shaker 978-90-423-0395-9

Fairclough SH, Gilleade K. Meaningful interaction with physiological computing systems Fairclough SH, Gilleade K. Advances in Physiological Computing Systems :1-16 Springer

Fairclough SH. Physiological Computing and Intelligent Interaction Myounghoon J. Handbook of Affective Sciences in Human Factors and HCI Elsevier DOI

Book

Fairclough SH, Gilleade K. 2014. Advances in Physiological Computing Springer Science & Business Media 9781447163923

Other

Smyth GA. 2014. Foreword :xi-xii Publisher Url

Engagement & Impact

Research Grants Awarded:

Innovate UK and AHRC, KTP with Immersive Interaction Ltd, Prof Stephen Fairclough, Grant value (£): 91.900, Duration of research project: 2 years. 2017

EPSRC, Development of a Multimodal Lifelogging Platform to Support Self-Reflection and Monitor Inflammation Associated With the Experience of Negative Emotions, Stephen Fairclough, School of Natural Sciences and Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University, Grant value (£): 125,000, Duration of research project: 13 months. 2015

Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), Development of a Multimodal Lifelogging Platform to Support Self-Reflection & Monitor Inflammation Associated With the Experience of Negative Emotions, Prof. Stephen Fairclough, School of Natural Sciences and Psychology, Liverpool John Moores University, Grant value (£): £125,000, Duration of research project: 13 months. 2014

Membership of professional bodies:

Co-Director, Human Factors & Ergonomics Society (European Chapter), http://www.hfes-europe.org/. 2015

Editorial boards:

IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing, Associate Editor, http://www.computer.org/web/tac. 2014

International Journal of Cognitive Performance Support, Associate Editor, http://www.inderscience.com/jhome.php?jcode=ijcps. 2013