Much of our recent work has focussed on the challenges involved in searching, navigating and sense-making within complex information spaces. This has three primary facets:
- Investigation of novel text analytics techniques for extracting structure and meaning from unstructured information sources
- Development of new interaction and visualisation techniques for exploring complex information spaces
- Empirical studies of human information-seeking behaviour, in particular the user experience of exploratory search and knowledge discovery applications.
We have ongoing research collaborations with a variety of organisations, including Sheffield University’s iSchool, City University’s Centre for Interactive Systems Research, Essex University’s Language and Computation Group, and Glasgow University’s Information Retrieval group.
We are always interested in research partnerships and working on collaborative projects. If you would like to discuss a potential project with us, please get in touch.
- Despo Georgiou, Andrew MacFarlane and Tony Russell-Rose, “Extracting sentiment from healthcare survey data“. Proceedings of Science and Information Conference, London, July 28-30 2015.
- Tony Russell-Rose, Paul Clough and Elaine Toms, “Categorising Search Sessions: Some Insights from Human Judgments”. Proceedings of IIiX 2014: Information Interaction in Context, Regensburg, Germany, August 2014.
- Leif Azzopardi, Colin Wilkie and Tony Russell-Rose, “Towards Measures and Models of Findability“. SIGIR 2013 Workshop on Modeling User Behaviour for Information Retrieval Evaluation (MUBE), Dublin 2013.
- Tony Russell-Rose and Tyler Tate, “Designing the Search Experience: the Information Architecture of Discovery“. Morgan Kaufmann, December 2012.
- Tony Russell-Rose, Joe Lamantia and Stephann Makri, “Defining and Applying a Language for Discovery“. Springer LNCS Post-Proceedings of AMR 2012, Copenhagen.
For a complete list, see the Publications at Information Interaction.