The University of Dundee is home to hundreds of highly experienced researchers, with expert knowledge in diverse fields including geotechnical engineering, human-computer interaction and textile design.
We work with academics, industry and other organisations across the world through collaborations, consultancy and various other knowledge exchange activities of all shapes and size. Explore the profiles of some of our world-leading researchers below, and get in touch to find out how they could work with you.
Dr Anthony Leung specialises in sustainable slope stabilisation and the behaviour of thermo-active geo-structures. His overarching research themes are Geo-Environmental and Geo-Energy engineering.
Prof Graeme Hutton's research is design-led, focusing on the spatial, formal and material grammar of architecture. His projects extend from rural dwellings to new funding & procurement strategies for design-led suburban developments.
Dr Neil Burford is a Senior Researcher in Architecture, with a focus on innovations in construction and environmental impact: design, typology, sustainability, energy efficiency and integrated systems.
Dr Tom Dyer is a Lecturer in Civil Engineering, specialising in concrete technology and materials science research.
Prof Peter Cameron is Director of CEPMLP, a specialist centre for international law and policy, economics and management for the extractive and energy industries. CEPMLP is internationally recognised as a source of advice and education on good governance and best practice within the energy sector.
Prof Annalu Waller OBE leads the Augmentative and Alternate Communication (AAC) Research Group in Computing, specialising in designing communication systems for and with nonspeaking individuals.
Dr Graham Pullin is course director for Digital Interaction Design at DJCAD and researcher in interaction and product design, with a focus on design for disability.
Dr Nick Taylor is a researcher in product design, focusing on interaction design. His research specialism centres on civic and community engagement: how to apply technology in innovative ways to solve societal problems at a local level.
Computer Vision and Image Processing (CVIP) group
The CVIP group carries out research on image and video analysis. Its portfolio of applications spans medical image analysis, the life sciences, image browsing, human identification and activity recognition.
Dr Caroline Erolin specialises in medical art and visualisation, with a focus on developing technologies to aid anatomical and medical education.
Dr Lucina Hackman is a certified Forensic Anthropologist, and her research interests include fire fatalities, age estimation in the living and analysis of digital images for forensic purposes.
Niamh Nic Daeid
Prof Niamh Nic Daeid is Director of the Leverhulme Research Centre for Forensic Science, with over 25 years experience in the international field of forensic chemistry.
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