Eamonn O’Neill is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Bath, and Director of the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI. His research covers the technological, cognitive and social challenges and opportunities that interactive systems offer. Eamonn’s current projects include investigating decision making in human-machine teams, and understanding perception, salience and presence in virtual environments.
He has published well over 100 papers in leading academic conferences and journals, and has led interdisciplinary projects over many years. Examples include the Cityware project with Bath, Imperial College London, University College London and companies including Vodafone, Nokia and HP.
Eamonn was Academic Coordinator of the UK’s Mobile VCE Research Programme in User Interactions for Breakthrough Services, with the Universities of Bath, Bristol and Glasgow, the London School of Economics, HMGCC and companies including Alcatel-Lucent, BBC, Fujitsu, Huawei, NEC, Nokia Siemens Networks, Orange, Thales, Toshiba, Turner and Vodafone.
He has held a Royal Society Industry Fellowship and an EPSRC Knowledge Transfer Fellowship with Vodafone Group R&D, and is currently working with organisations from Rolls-Royce to the National Trust.