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Teaching and supervision

Grants and funding

  • Ongoing
  • 2019
    • International Visitor Scheme grant to support a collaboration around human-robot interaction
    • Research Impact Fund grant to support a secondment around advanced sensors (Co-applicant)
    • CHERISH-DE secondment around advanced sensors (Co-applicant)
  • 2018
    • EPSRC Capital Award in Support of Early Career Researchers (Co-Investigator)
    • CHERISH-DE Escalator grant to support an indigenous digital histories platform (Co-applicant)
    • CHERISH-DE Escalator grant to create an interactive VR installation in the Hafod-Morfa Copperworks (Co-applicant)
  • 2017
    • Impact Acceleration Award to fund multi-device mobile work (Co-applicant)
    • Global Challenges Research Fund Award: Empowering Base of Pyramid Users through the Physical Web (Co-applicant)
    • CHERISH-DE International Mobility grant for continued work with IIT-Bombay, Mumbai (Co-applicant)
  • 2016
    • Research Enabling Fund grant for continued partnership with Universit√© Joseph Fourier, Grenoble (Co-applicant)
  • 2015
  • 2014
    • Bridging the Gaps grant for prospective partnership with Grenoble universities (Co-applicant)


  • US9041562B2 & US9047059B2: Controlling a Voice Site Using Non Standard Haptic Commands. S. Robinson, A. Jain, N. Rajput

Community, committees, reviewing, service

Theses and related items

  1. S. Robinson, Eyes-Off Physically Grounded Mobile Interaction. PhD Thesis, Swansea University, October 2012.
  2. S. Robinson, Heads-up Engagement with the Real World: Multimodal Techniques for Bridging the Physical-Digital Divide. In CHI 2010 Doctoral Consortium (pages 2895–2898), Atlanta, April 2010.
  3. S. Robinson, Fusing the Physical and Digital: Making Maps using Gestures and Sensors. MSc Thesis, FIT Lab, University of Wales, Swansea, July 2008.
  4. S. Robinson, A Pen-Based Interactive Graphing Tool. BSc Thesis, Computer Science Department, University of Wales, Swansea, May 2006.

Design and development

Selected Android apps, all of which are open source (see all apps):

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