Professor Aaron Quigley is the Chair of Human Computer Interaction in the School of Computer Science at the University of St Andrews. You can review his Orcid profile to get a full list of his education, funding and publications or the internal research page on the University PURE system for his papers. He currently supervises four PhD students, Guilherme Soares Mota Carneiro, Hui-Shyong Yeo, Maheshya Weerasine (co-tutelle) and Iain Carson.
In 2011 Aaron co-founded SACHI, the St Andrews Computer Human Interaction research group and served as its director from 2011-2018. Within the University of St Andrews he serves as the Director of Impact in the school of computer science along with serving on the International and Brexit Preparedness committees.
In his volunteer roles Aaron is the ACM SIGCHI Vice President for Conferences (on the ACM SIGCHI Executive Committee), member of the ACM Europe Council Conferences Working Group, a board member of ScotlandIS and an ACM Distinguished Speaker. In 2016/2017 Aaron was a convenor for the ACM Future of Computing Academy, in 2018 he was program co-chair for the ACM IUI conference and in 2021 Aaron will be general co-chair for the ACM CHI conference in Asia.
His appointment was part of SICSA, the Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance. Aaron’s research interests include discreet computing, global HCI, body worn interaction, novel interactions in HCI, UbiComp and InfoVis.
If you are interested in undertaking a PhD under his supervision see his PhD page and contact him if interested in starting a PhD after July 2019. You can follow him at @aquigley on twitter or read infrequent news updates on his blog. For much more detailed information visit Aaron’s new website.