Adrian Clear is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at Northumbria University. His primary research area is Human-Computer Interaction and has specific expertise in pervasive sensing, sustainable design, and designing digital technologies for everyday life.

2018

ThermoKiosk: Investigating Roles for Digital Surveys of Thermal Experience in Workplace Comfort Management

  1. Clear AK
  2. Finnigan SM
  3. Olivier P
  4. Comber R

2018Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings

SpaceBot: Towards participatory evaluation of smart buildings

  1. Mitchell Finnigan S
  2. Olivier P
  3. Clear AK

2018CHI EA '18 Human Factors in Computing Systems

2017

Enhancing Personal Informatics Through Social Sensemaking

  1. Puussaar A
  2. Clear AK
  3. Wright P

2017CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Augmenting Audits: Exploring the Role of Sensor Toolkits in Sustainable Buildings Management

  1. Finnigan SM
  2. Clear AK
  3. Farr-Wharton G
  4. Ladha K
  5. Comber R

2017Proceedings of the ACM on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies

2016

Bearing an Open “Pandora's Box”: HCI for Reconciling Everyday Food and Sustainability

  1. Clear AK
  2. O'Neill K
  3. Friday A
  4. Hazas M

2016ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI)

2015

Demand in my pocket: mobile devices and the data connectivity marshalled in support of everyday practice

  1. Lord C
  2. Hazas M
  3. Clear AK
  4. Bates O
  5. Whittam R
  6. Morley J
  7. Friday A

2015CHI '15: Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Designing for Transitions to Sustainable Lifestyles

  1. Clear AK
  2. O'Neill K
  3. Friday A

2015Interactions

Expanding the Boundaries: A SIGCHI HCI & Sustainability Workshop

  1. Clear AK
  2. Preist C
  3. Joshi S
  4. Nathan LP
  5. Mann S
  6. Nardi BA

2015Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '15)

Sustainable living means making big changes, so why can't we face up to it?

  1. O'Neill K
  2. Clear AK
  3. Friday A

2015The Conversation

Sustainable HCI in the UK

  1. Clear AK
  2. Finnigan S
  3. Comber R
  4. Friday A
  5. Foster D
  6. Preist C

2015British HCI 2015

Exploring (un)sustainable growth of digital technologies in the home

  1. Bates O
  2. Lord C
  3. Knowles B
  4. Clear AK
  5. Hazas M
  6. Friday A

2015EnviroInfo and ICT for Sustainability (ICT4S)

Supporting Sustainable Food Shopping

  1. Clear AK
  2. Friday A
  3. Rouncefield M
  4. Chamberlain A

2015IEEE Pervasive Computing

2014

Green food technology: UbiComp opportunities for reducing the environmental impacts of food

  1. Clear AK
  2. Comber R
  3. Friday A
  4. Ganglbauer E
  5. Hazas M
  6. Rogers Y

2014ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing

Towards an holistic view of the energy and environmental impacts of domestic media and IT

  1. Bates O
  2. Hazas M
  3. Friday A
  4. Morley J
  5. Clear AK

2014The ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Catch my drift?: achieving comfort more sustainably in conventionally heated buildings

  1. Clear AK
  2. Friday A
  3. Hazas M
  4. Lord C

2014DIS '14

Next steps for sustainable HCI

  1. Silberman M
  2. Nathan L
  3. Knowles B
  4. Bendor R
  5. Clear AK
  6. Håkansson M
  7. Dillahunt T
  8. Mankoff J

2014Interactions

2013

Domestic food and sustainable design: a study of university student cooking and its impacts

  1. Clear AK
  2. Hazas M
  3. Morley J
  4. Friday A
  5. Bates O

2013The ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Understanding adaptive thermal comfort: new directions for UbiComp

  1. Clear AK
  2. Morley J
  3. Hazas M
  4. Friday A
  5. Bates O

2013UbiComp '13 ACM international joint conference on Pervasive and ubiquitous computing (Ubicomp)

2012

Accounting for energy-reliant services within everyday life at home

  1. Bates O
  2. Clear AK
  3. Friday A
  4. Hazas M
  5. Morley J

2012Pervasive Computing (PERVASIVE)

2010

Situvis: A sensor data analysis and abstraction tool for pervasive computing systems

  1. Clear AK
  2. Holland T
  3. Dobson S
  4. Quigley A
  5. Shannon R
  6. Nixon P

2010Pervasive and Mobile Computing

2009

Situvis: A visual tool for modeling a user’s behaviour patterns in a pervasive environment

  1. Clear AK
  2. Shannon R
  3. Holland T
  4. Quigley A
  5. Dobson S
  6. Nixon P

2009Pervasive Computing (PERVASIVE)

2008

Scatterbox: Context-Aware Message Management

  1. Knox S
  2. Shannon R
  3. Coyle L
  4. Clear AK
  5. Dobson S
  6. Quigley A
  7. Nixon P

2008Revue d'Intelligence Artificielle

2005

T?Align, a web?based tool for comparison of multiple terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism profiles

  1. Smith CJ
  2. Danilowicz BS
  3. Clear AK
  4. Costello FJ
  5. Wilson B
  6. Meijer WG

2005FEMS Microbiology Ecology