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* Luke Church - research student since 2006
 
* Luke Church - research student since 2006
 
* [[Sam Aaron]] - research visitor since 2010
 
* [[Sam Aaron]] - research visitor since 2010
* Cecily Morrison - past PhD student (completed 2009)
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* [[Cecily Morrison]] - past PhD student (completed 2009)
 
* Per Ola Kristensson - past Research Fellow (completed 2011)
 
* Per Ola Kristensson - past Research Fellow (completed 2011)
 
* Eleanor Toye/Scott - past Research Associate (completed 2005)
 
* Eleanor Toye/Scott - past Research Associate (completed 2005)
 
* Jennifer Rode - past Research Associate (completed 2004)
 
* Jennifer Rode - past Research Associate (completed 2004)
 
* Laura Beckwith - past visiting student
 
* Laura Beckwith - past visiting student

Revision as of 09:51, 20 July 2011

Wiki page summarising research by Alan Blackwell with students and collaborators

Recent publications on this topic can be found at: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~afb21/publications/index.html?showonly=eud

Many of the researchers who create novel programming languages wish to provide broader access to programming capabilities, allowing a wider range of people to configure and control the technologies with which they interact.

I have been an active contributor to the NSF consortium EUSES (End-Users Shaping Effective Software), which has broadened the agenda from purely programming languages, to issues in design, testing, and other software development activities.

My special interest is in technologies for the domestic context - allowing people to configure and control their own homes.

Students and research staff

  • Alastair Stead - research student since 2011
  • Luke Church - research student since 2006
  • Sam Aaron - research visitor since 2010
  • Cecily Morrison - past PhD student (completed 2009)
  • Per Ola Kristensson - past Research Fellow (completed 2011)
  • Eleanor Toye/Scott - past Research Associate (completed 2005)
  • Jennifer Rode - past Research Associate (completed 2004)
  • Laura Beckwith - past visiting student