Tim Kindberg's research interests are in applying ubiquitous and mobile computing technologies to digital media, particularly in urban settings.
He is the founder of start-up Matter 2 Media and a visiting professor of Computer Science at the University of Bath. Before that he was a senior researcher at HP Labs in Palo Alto and Bristol, senior lecturer in Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London, and principal software engineer at start-up Zebra Parallel. He is co-author of the textbook Distributed Systems - Concepts and Design. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Westminster and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge.
Matter 2 Media provides consultancy and technology for the mobile and digital media industries, including campaign strategy; software for phones, websites and services; and digital signage.
Digital Crystals are internet-connected and provide information, advertising and mobile-based interaction for people nearby. This study will go beyond the limitations of current interactions with public signage to explore the creation of a matrix of devices in urban areas. Find out more about the study: click here
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