Maurice Mulvenna is Professor of Computer Science at Ulster University. His research areas include computing and mental health, artificial intelligence, digital wellbeing, innovation and assistive technologies. He has been principal investigator on around 50% of over 150 international research projects. Arising from his research, he has published over 400 papers and served on numerous program committees.
He was co-chair of the 32nd British Human-Computer Interaction conference in 2018, and co-chair of both the 31st European Cognitive Ergonomics Conference (ECCE-2019) and the 5th IEEE International Conference on Internet of People (IoP-2019) in 2019.
He is a senior member of both the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Association for Computing Machinery, and a chartered fellow of the British Computer Society.
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