Dr Martin White
|Post:||Reader in Computer Science (Informatics)|
|Location:||Chichester 1 Ci126|
|International:||+44 1273 678958|
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Martin holds a BSc (Hons) in Computer Systems Engineering and a PhD in Computer Science (3D Computer Graphics) from the University of Sussex, where he is also a Reader in Computer Science since 2003. His research interestes include digital heritage systems, motion capture systems; he is currently working with American Express investigating mobile technologies, social media, payments, rewards, big data, and IoT in the digital economy.
- Programme convenor for the BSc in Computing with Business and Management
- Programme convenor for the MSc in Information with Business and Management
Community and Business
I engage in business outreach activities, such as University based consultancies in digital heritage (e.g.with the Victoria and Albert Museum, Immersive Displays Ltd) and with Animazoo UK, a leading motion sensing animation company. I am currently working with American Express on a UK Technology Strategy Board (TSB) — Collaborating Across Digital Industries project: Connecting virtual communities to the digital economy through micropayment technologies.
- Computer graphics hardware and software systems
- Interactive digital heritage systems
- Inertial motion capture systems for the creative industries
- Social media and micropayment technologies for the digital economy
- Big data and Internet of Things
- Academic Development
- Web 3D Applications
- Masters Projects
- Web 3D Applications
- Final Year Projects
For UG and PG projects I usually reserve Friday mornings for project consultations. Individual prearranged time slots between 10am and 1pm will be assigned on week1, week 2, week 4, week 6, week 8, week 10 and week 12 of Term 1. In term 2 student consultation will be by appointment.
However, in general my door can always be knocked on when seeking help and advice.
Dunn, Stuart, Woolford, Kirk, Norman, Sally-Jane, White, Martin and Barker, Leon (2012) Motion in place: a case study of archaeological reconstruction using motion capture. Revive the past: proceedings of the 39th conference in computer applications and quantitative methods in archaeology. pp. 98-106.
Dunn, Stuart, Woolford, Kirk, Barker, Leon, Taylor, Milo, Norman, Sally-Jane, White, Martin, Hedges, Mark, Bailey, Helen, Fulford, Michael and Clarke, Amanda (2012) Motion in place: a case study of archaeological reconstruction using motion capture. In: Revive the past: proceeding of the 39th Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. Pallas Publications, pp. 98-106. ISBN 978085550662
Walczak, K, Cellary, W and White, M (2006) Virtual Museum Exhibitions. IEEE Computer, 39 (3). pp. 93-95. ISSN 0018-9162
Petridis, Panagiotis, Pletinckx, Daniel, Mania, Katerina and White, Martin (2006) The EPOCH Multimodal Interface for Interacting with Digital Heritage Artefacts. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4270. pp. 408-417. ISSN 0302-9743
Mourkoussis, Nicholaos, Patel, Manjula and White, Martin (2006) A framework for the implementation of Application Profiles in XML Schemas. Journal of Digital Information, 7 (2). pp. 1-26. ISSN 1368-7506
Patel, Manjula, White, Martin, Mourkoussis, Nicholaos, Walczak, Krzysztof, Wojciechowski, Rafal and Chmielewski, Jacek (2005) Metadata requirements for digital museum environments. International Journal on Digital Libraries, 5 (3). pp. 179-192. ISSN 1432-5012
Wojciechowski, Rafal, Walczak, Krzysztof, White, Martin and Cellary, Wojciech (2004) Building virtual and augmented reality museum exhibitions. In: Ninth international conference on 3D Web Technology, Monterey, California.
Mourkoussis, Nicholaos, White, Martin, Patel, Manjula, Chmielewski, Jacek and Walczak, Krzysztof (2003) AMS-Metadata for cultural exhibitions using Virtual Reality. In: DC-2003 Proceedings of the International DCMI Metadata Conference and Workshop, Seattle, USA.
White, Martin, Jay, Emmanuel, Liarokapis, Fotis, Kostakis, Costas and Lister, Paul (2001) A virtual interactive teaching environment using XML and augmented reality. International Journal of Electrical Engineering, 38 (4). pp. 316-329. ISSN 0020-7209
Lister, P F, Watten, P L, Bassett, M C, Ewins, J P and White, M (1999) Assisted Design Techniques for Display Oriented Embedded Systems. In: Business and Work in the Information Society: New Technologies and Applications. IOS Press, pp. 633-639. ISBN 90-5199-491-5