Dr Stephen Gulliver's work included in most notable books and journal articles in computing
7 July 2015
Dr Stephen Gulliver, Associate Professor in Pervasive Informatics published 19th Annual Best of Computing most notable books and articles in computing.
Each year the ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), which publishes over 400,000 academic publications, i.e. journal / transactions, magazines, proceedings and books, issues a list of the ‘most notable books and journal articles’ in computing.
This year we are very pleased to announce the inclusion of BISA staff member Dr. Stephen Gulliver, Associate Professor in Pervasive Informatics, within this exclusive list. His paper, entitled 'Mulsemedia: State of the Art Perspectives, and Challenges’, was one of just 87 items selected globally, from a broad range of computing topics, e.g. hardware, software, data, theory of computation, information systems, computing methodologies, and computer applications. Inclusion on this international list is prestigious recognition of the work done to date, and highlights the potential of this research domain.
For more details of the full list see - http://www.computingreviews.com/recommend/bestof/notableitems.cfm?bestYear=2014
Stephen’s full paper can be accessed from http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=2675060.2617994.