Dr Matija StrlicDr Strlic is interested in multi-disciplinary research linked to cultural heritage. His focus is the development of new scientific tools and methods of study of heritage materials, collections and their interactions with the environment. Matija is intersted in the application of scanning, imgaing and dataanalysis in heritage science, including the use of chemiluminometry for studies of degradation of organic heritage materials. His current research interests include development and use of damage functions and integrated modeling of heritage collections.
Prof Anthony Steed
Prof Anthony Steed's research is concerned with real-time interactive graphics systems such as immersive virtual reality, mixed reality systems and video games. He in interested in a range of topics from systems engineering, system latency, efficient rendering, 3D interfaces, content creation, usability evaluation, bio-signal monitoring and the general human response to interactive content. In the past couple of years he has focussed particularly on networked graphics and telepresence systems. He is also interested in procedural graphics and computer animation for humans. Prof Steed is interested in working with companies that wan to develop and evaulate new interactive systems and novel displays. He has experience working in the games industry and is also interested in content production pipelines and user-generated content.Read more
Prof Jan Kautz
Dr Dejan Mumovic (EngD Co-director)
Dr Dejan Mumovic is a building scientist with a background in heating, ventilation and air conditioning engineering.He is a Senior Lecturer in Architectural Engineering at the Bartlett School of Graduate Studies. Dejan is currently leading a group of eight industry/EPSRC co-funded research engineers and doctoral students developing the appropriate techniques necessary for evaluating built environment issues holistically. His current research focuses an integrated approach to energy, health and operational performance.Read more