James Dooley

James worked as a senior research officer in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering (CSEE) at the University of Essex, UK. As a member of the Intelligent Environments Group (IEG), James managed and developed several “living labs” for educational and research purposes whilst also developing ideas into projects and supervising undergraduate and postgraduate students. His research interests centre around Robotics, Ubiquitous-Computing and Ambient-Intelligence – the essential ingredients for an envisioned world of “Intelligent Environments” where technology is embedded in the objects and spaces that surround us.

He obtained both his BSc in (“Computer Science with Robotics and Intelligent Machines” in 2003) and his PhD (thesis entitled: “An Information Centric Architecture for Large Scale Description and Discovery of Ubiquitous Computing Objects” in 2011) from the University of Essex, UK.

Personal Website: www.dr-dools.me.uk