On the 13th January, Sian Joel-Edgar presented a paper entitled “Understanding User Requirements in Context: A Case Study of Developing a Visualisation Tool to Map Skills in an Engineering Organisation” at the International Conference on Information Management and Processing 2018. The conference was held at Imperial College College, London. There were many interesting presentations at the conference, ranging from network analysis of terrorist networks, to artificial intelligence applied to energy, human-machine interfacing and cyber security.
You can view the paper here.
In addition to the summer break the team have reached a milestone with the FS dashboards and successfully secured a Researcher in Residence role for Dr Gopsill. In terms of the FS dashboards, our studies have revealed the three most useful visualizations for the FS team. These include Social media activity/impact, design activity by sub-system and ‘digital’ project activities.Dr Gopsill secured two years of funding as the Researcher in Residence at the National Composites Centre where he will be investigating approaches for assessment of the value that a new knowledge management tool brings to an organisation.