We are a collective of students and staff with overlapping interests concerning smartphones, networks and human nature. These are addressed from mobile, biological (psychological) and social perspectives.
Open lab meetings occur approximately every two weeks. If you wish to join the mailing list please contact us. Mobisoc-lab meetings will be blogged (forthcoming).
Current members – interests
- Stuart Allen – wireless networks – content provision – experimental design
- Iris Barcia – planning cellular networks for social media capacity – (currently on leave)
- Martin Chorley – computational journalism – social media – social networks
- Walter Colombo – cooperative systems – evolution – reciprocity – simulation
- Beryl Noe – smartphone usage – well-being – addiction – psychological design
- Nyala Noe – individual differences – personality – homophily – networks
- Peter Sueref – social network analysis – social cognition – organisations
- Liam Turner – smartphone interruption – participatory experimentation
- Roger Whitaker – smartphones – human behaviour – evolution – sociality
Active affiliate members
- Will Webberley – twitter and social media – app and software engineering
- Matt Williams – data science – network science – human behaviour
We are not alone!
- For research on smartphones, networks, and human nature you are in the right place: welcome to the mobile and biosocial computing lab.
- For research on scalable real-time social data analytics for research, policy & practice, see the social data science lab.
- For research on data to decision and neighbourhood to national security, see the Crime and Security University Research Institute.
Acknowledgement: image courtesy of Paul Albertella under CC.