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Tom Bartindale

Associate Professor

Department: Computer and Information Sciences

Tom Bartindale

I am a Human Computer Interaction researcher. I specialize in new media production technologies and the opportunities arising from novel interaction technologies, collaborative interaction, mobile and situated computing. 

I have a passion for exploring the possibilities for new media production tools, processes and social dynamics, particularly given the vast array of innovative interaction technologies and networking infrastructure now available. 

I bring my first hand experience of working with production technologies, as an event manager and technician, to envision new forms of media consumption, production and delivery. 

I have experience in the design and application of novel interaction technologies to support professional media production focussing on applying these technologies and practices to support non-professionals across diverse communities such as mental health, public health, international development and higher education. 

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Bootlegger: Turning fans into film crew, Schofield, G., Bartindale, T., Wright, P. 18 Apr 2015, CHI 2015 - Proceedings of the 33rd Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, ACM
  • Towards Participatory Video 2.0, Varghese, D., Olivier, P., Bartindale, T., Baillie Smith, M. 21 Apr 2020, In: Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

  • Computer Science PhD January 17 2014
  • Computer Science BSc (Hons) June 18 2008


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