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City, University of London
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Overview

I am a researcher working on the INCA project, which aims to develop new technologies to allow those living with aphasia to engage more effectively with content creation and curation.

My interests are HCI, interaction techniques, multi-device interaction and tangibles.

Publications

  1. Neate, T., Evans, M. and Jones, M. (2017). Enhancing interaction with dual-screen television through display commonalities.
  2. Tokuda, Y., Moya, J.L.B., Memoli, G., Neate, T., Sahoo, D.R., Robinson, S. … Subramanian, S. (2017). Programmable liquid matter: 2D shape deformation of highly conductive liquid metals in a dynamic electric field.
  3. Sahoo, D.R., Neate, T., Tokuda, Y., Pearson, J., Robinson, S., Subramanian, S. … Jones, M. (2017). JDLED: Towards visio-tactile displays based on electrochemical locomotion of liquid-metal Janus droplets.

Conference papers and proceedings (9)

  1. Sahoo, D.R., Neate, T., Tokuda, Y., Pearson, J., Robinson, S., Subramanian, S. … Jones, M. (2018). Tangible drops: A visio-tactile display using actuated liquid-metal droplets.
  2. Tokuda, Y., Berna Moya, J.L., Memoli, G., Neate, T., Sahoo, D.R., Robinson, S. … Subramanian, S. (2017). Programmable liquid matter: 2D shape drawing of liquid metals by dynamic electric field.
  3. Neate, T., Evans, M. and Jones, M. (2016). Designing visual complexity for dual-screen media.
  4. Neate, T., Evans, M. and Jones, M. (2016). Towards Cross-device Harmony. San Jose.
  5. Degara, N., Kuppanda, T., Neate, T., Yang, J. and Torres, A. (2015). Reproducible sonification for virtual navigation.
  6. Neate, T., Jones, M. and Evans, M. (2015). Mediating attention for second screen companion content.
  7. Neate, T., Jones, M. and Evans, M. (2015). Designing attention for multi-screen TV experiences.
  8. Neate, T., Jones, M. and Evans, M. (2014). Future Media: The Role of HCI in Broadcast. York Annual Doctoral Symposium.
  9. Neate, T. and Hunt, A. (2014). A Generic Evaluation Model for Auditory Feedback in Complex Visual Searches. ICAD New York.

Journal articles (4)

  1. Roper, A.H., Grellmann, B., Neate, T., Marshall, J. and Wilson, S. (2018). Social networking sites: barriers and facilitators to access for people with aphasia. Aphasiology, 32(sup1: International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference (IARC) September 2018.), pp. 176–177. doi:10.1080/02687038.2018.1486387.
  2. Neate, T., Jones, M. and Evans, M. (2017). Cross-device media: a review of second screening and multi-device television. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 21(2), pp. 391–405. doi:10.1007/s00779-017-1016-2.
  3. Neate, T., Jones, M. and Evans, M. (2016). Interdevice Media: Choreographing Content to Maximize Viewer Engagement. Computer, 49(12), pp. 42–49. doi:10.1109/MC.2016.375.
  4. Roper, A., Davey, I., Wilson, S., Neate, T., Marshall, J. and Grellmann, B. Usability Testing – An Aphasia Perspective. . doi:10.1145/3234695.3241481.