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Prof Anthony Steed
Appointment
  • Professor of Virtual Environment and Computer Graphics
  • Dept of Computer Science
  • Faculty of Engineering Science
Research Themes
Research Summary

I am interested in virtual environments, both from a systems and user-experience point of view. Originally this focussed on highly immersive systems, but more recently I have been looking at computer games, mixed-reality systems and areas related to ubiquitous computing. I am also involved in projects on haptics, brain-computer interfaces, physiological sensing, social gaming and mobile interfaces. I was director of the Engineering Doctorate Centre in Virtual Environments, Imaging and Visualisation from 2005-2013. I am the lead academic on the BBC/UCL collaboration that is forming the London Media Technology Campus.

Teaching Summary

Most of my teaching is associated with the MSC CGVI in Computer Science. I have co-authored two textbooks: one an introduction to computer graphics, another on networking and computer graphics.

Academic Background
1997 PhD Doctor of Philosophy – Virtual Reality Engineering Queen Mary and Westfield College
1992 BA Hons Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – Mathematics and Computer Science University of Oxford
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