University of Nottingham
Lesley Fosh is a doctoral researcher in the Mixed Reality Lab and Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Nottingham, UK. Her research looks at the design of mobile visiting experiences for museums and art galleries, with a specific focus on designing experiences that are both personalised and supportive of group visiting. Lesley’s research takes a multidisciplinary approach from Human-Computer Interaction and Museum Studies. Her work has involved collaborating with a number of institutions to develop and test technologies ‘in the wild’ with their visitors, including at Nottingham Contemporary and Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery. She has collaborated on projects with the Acropolis Museum, Athens and the Imperial War Museum North, Manchester. Her research has been disseminated at prestigious international HCI conferences.
Lesley holds a Bachelors degree in Mathematics and Philosophy and a Masters degree in Information Technology, both from the University of Nottingham. She has experience of teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.