Sebastian Mellor

s.j.i.mellor@ncl.ac.uk | Doctoral Trainee

Sebastian Mellor

Sebastian is a PhD student at Open Lab, Newcastle University. Having completed a Master's degree in Mathematics and Statistics also at Newcastle University. Sebastian joined the Machine Learning group within Open Lab where he has worked on sensing infrastructure design.

Through collaborative work with research departments within the University Sebastian has focused on visualisation and exploration of data made available through various University systems. He is now developing and evaluating tools to aid research across the university and encourage collaboration between faculties, schools, and individuals.

Systems, services, and on-going development will be made available at https://resviz.ncl.ac.uk/.

Sebastian is supervised by Dr. Thomas Plötz, Dr. Rob Comber, and Prof. Patrick Olivier.


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Associated Projects

  • NewsDrop: #newsHack
    #NewsHack is a BBC Connected Studios hack day where digital tinkerers and open data advocates are invited to create hacks within 24 hours. Open Labs's team consisted of Andrew Garbett, Tom Bartindale, Sebastian Mellor, Jan Kučera who hacked away ...
    August 30, 2011
  • The Break-Time Barometer
    The Break-Time Barometer is a social awareness system, which was developed as part of an exploratory study of the use of situated sensing and displays to promote cohesion in a newly-dispersed workplace. The Break-Time Barometer specifically aims to...
    August 30, 2011
  • ACCEL-O-SURG
    The aim of this project was to understand the changes in motor skill that take place during the early phases of learning a new fine motor skill task. For this project specifically, that motor skill was suturing, which we measured by attaching senso...
    August 30, 2011
 
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