Professor Wendy Moncur
Interdisciplinary Chair of Digital Living
Tel: 01382 386538
Room 5002, 5th Floor, Matthew Building,
Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design,
University of Dundee,
13 Perth Road, DD1 4HT.
Wendy Moncur is an Interdisciplinary Professor with a joint appointment across DJCAD and the School of Nursing and Health Sciences. She is a member of the EPSRC Peer Review Associate College. She has honorary appointments as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, and as an Associate of the Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath.
Wendy has been Principal Investigator/ Co-Investigator on grants worth over £2.7Million since 2011. She leads the Living Digital research group. The group's research is grounded in Human-Computer Interaction, and focuses on the design of technology to support being human in a Digital Age, particularly around significant life experiences.
Before moving into academia, Wendy worked widely in the IT industry, across financial services, utilities and manufacturing sectors.
Wendy supervises PhD students across a range of topics, with a connecting thematic thread of lived human experience in a Digital Age.
Potential PhD students should contact Wendy by email with a brief outline of their proposed research.
She is first supervisor for:
Daniel Herron (2014-2018) at Dundee and UTS Australia. “Digital separations”. Co-supervised with Dr. Elise van den Hoven.
Miriam Waite (2016-2019) at Dundee. “Serious Cartoons: Visual communication of personalised health information to patients”. Co-supervised with Professor Chris Rowland.
Lee Cheatley (2016-2020) at Dundee. "Moving On: Using Computational Creativity to Represent Interpersonal Relationships and their Endings". Co-supervised with Dr Alison Pease.
She is second supervisor for:
Clair Gamble (2015-2019). University of Dundee. Topic area – Dementia. Co-supervised with Professor Tim Croudace.
Karin de Wild (2015-2018). University of Dundee. “Activation of the Mnemonic Space”. Co-supervised with Dr Sarah Cook.
Living Digital research group http://livingdigital.ac.uk/