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Professor Aaron Quigley

Professor, School of Computer Science, Chair of human computer interaction


Areas of expertise: smart technology (watches); machine learning; human-computer interaction; SpeCam; RadarCat; watchMI

Research profile

Associated posts

Radar sensing: transforming the way we interact with computers

Research from St Andrews could transform HCI - the way humans interact with computers, smart watches and other devices.

4 January 2019Research

Change blindness: mobile phone users miss vital information

How users interact with mobile devices impacts what they see.

24 April 2018Research

St Andrews graduate is Young Software Engineer of the Year

Women swept the board at Scottish software engineering awards

6 October 2017Awards

New technology could revolutionise smartphone use

Mobiles able to identify different materials

4 September 2017Research

SWiM: an evolution in one-handed texting

Shape Writing in Motion

17 March 2017Research

New technology using radar can identify materials and objects in real time

System could be used to improve interaction with digital devices

7 October 2016University news

New methods make smartwatches easier to use

St Andrews researchers create twist, and pan techniques

12 August 2016Research

Graduation address: Professor Aaron Quigley

Graduation address: Professor Aaron Quigley

24 June 2015University news

Trading archives chart how Britain’s taste for tea grew

New computer software gives new insights into the commercial growth of the British Empire

25 March 2014Research

St Andrews conference to generate £1m for local economy

Major technology events hosted by University for first time

3 October 2013Business

Areas of expertise

RadarCat Smart watches SpeCam watchMI


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