Arabic Symbol Dictionary

From November 2013 to November 2016.

Principle investigators: Professor Mike Wald, Dr Amal Ahmad.

The background to this research into the development of a freely available Arabic symbol dictionary is based on the premise that there is a paucity of freely available culturally suitable Arabic...

EPrints: Open Repository Software

From 2000.

Principle investigators: Leslie Carr, Stevan Harnad.

The EPrints software (aka eprints.org software) is intended to allow people to set up all purposes archives on the web, which are OAI compliant. It is aimed at research papers but could be used for...

Focussing a cultural lens on the growth of trust networks : a Syrian Perspective

From November 2011.

Principle investigators: Dr Su White, Jeff Vass.

It has been widespread interest in social network connections between individuals following the transformative advent of the Internet brought about by the implementation of the World Wide Web. ...

International Technology Alliance in Network and Information Sciences

From 2006 to 2016.

Principle investigator: Dr Paul Smart.

The International Technology Alliance in Network and Information Sciences (ITA) is a collaborative research alliance between the UK Ministry of Defence (UK MoD) and US Army Research Laboratory (US...

LExDis - Disabled learners’ experiences of e-learning

From 2007.

Principle investigators: Professor Mike Wald, E.A. Draffan.

This project, with the help of students, aims to explore successful 'e-skills' and supporting strategies, including the use of assistive technologies, in a world of complex computer-based...

Mountain Sensing

From 2014 to 2015.

Principle investigators: Kirk Martinez, [hidden], Philip J Basford, Dr Andrew Black, Dr Olivia Bragg.

OFERTIE

From October 2012 to December 2014.

Principle investigators: Dr Tim Chown, Paul Walland, Martin Hall-May.

This Future Internet Research Experiment will address an important emerging class of distributed applications for the Future Internet known as Real-Time Online Interactive Applications (ROIA). These...

ORCHID: Human-Agent Collectives - From Foundations to Applications

From 2011 to December 2015.

Principle investigators: Professor Nick R Jennings, Prof. Alex Rogers, Professor Luc Moreau.

With a reported 5 billion mobile subscriptions worldwide, access to communication technologies has reached unprecedented levels and has fundamentally altered the ways in which we experience...

PATINA: Personal Architectonics Through Interactions with Artifacts

From 2010 to 2015.

Principle investigators: Professor Luc Moreau, Dr Mike Fraser, Bristol, Dr Graeme Earl, Archeology, Southampton, Prof Matt Jones, Swansea, Dr Rosamund Davies, Greenwich, Dr Martyn Dade-Robertson.

The PATINA project aims to revolutionise the design of technologies for supporting research. It was awarded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and the Arts and...

REALISE : REfining And Learning from on-line tools for Internet Shared Enterprise

From 2010.

Principle investigators: Professor Mike Wald, E.A. Draffan, Peter Cudd.

Project REALISE’s focus on accessibility and ease of use make it ideal for the application of open innovation principles as it has the potential to develop ground breaking and life changing...

Roberts Enterprise Scheme - Postgraduate training for Accessibility and Assistive Technology

From 2011.

Principle investigator: Professor Mike Wald.

The objective of the training is to provide 60 research postgraduates (more could be accommodated through more workshops) with the skills to improve their understanding of the needs of...

Sensor networks for glaciers: Glacsweb

From 2005.

Principle investigators: Kirk Martinez, [hidden].

The Glacsweb designed a sensor network to monitor glaciers - including producing new hardware (node) designs, new radio communication network protocols and robust control and telemetry. It deployed...

SOCIAM: The Theory and Practice of Social Machines

From 2012 to 2017.

Principle investigators: Nigel Shadbolt FBCS FREng, prof. m.c. schraefel, ph.d., f.bcs, cscs, c.eng, Professor Dame Wendy Hall, Professor Luc Moreau.

SOCIAM - Social Machines - will research into pioneering methods of supporting purposeful human interaction on the World Wide Web, of the kind exemplified by phenomena such as Wikipedia and Galaxy...

SOWN: The Southampton Open Wireless Network

From October 2002.

Principle investigators: Dr Tim Chown, Leslie Carr, David Tarrant, Marcus Cobden, David R Newman, [hidden].

SOWN (the Southampton Open Wireless Network) is a project which aims to build free-to-use wireless networks in Southampton. It is being developed and operated by

Student Centredness Projects

From 2011.

Principle investigators: Professor Mike Wald, E.A. Draffan.

Bringing Inclusive Technologies up to Date The first phase of this project is a complete evaluation of existing inclusive technologies across the University in conjunction with Student...

Trendminer

From November 2011 to October 2014.

Principle investigator: Dr Nicholas Gibbins.

The recent massive growth in online media and the rise of user-authored content (e.g weblogs, Twitter, Facebook) has lead to challenges of how to access and interpret these strongly multilingual...

Web2Access

From 2008.

Principle investigators: E.A. Draffan, Professor Mike Wald.

Web2Access is a JISC TechDis funded project, whose purpose is to develop a practical, pragmatic and relevant toolkits to support the projects funded within the JISC Users and Innovation Programme in...

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