Dr Benjamin Gorman
- 01202 965732
- bgorman at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
- Lecturer (Academic) in Computer Science
- Poole House P325, Talbot Campus, Fern Barrow, Poole, BH12 5BB
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Benjamin is a Lecturer (Academic) in Computing. He completed his PhD at the University of Dundee in 2018, and holds a B.Sc in Applied Computing also from the University of Dundee.
Benjamin’s research focus is within Human Computer Interaction, specifically Accessibility where he focuses on developing technology to help people with hearing loss. His doctoral research focused on solutions to enhance the acquisition of speechreading (commonly called lipreading).
- Gorman, B.M. and Flatla, D.R., 2018. MirrorMirror: A Mobile Application to Improve Speechreading Acquisition. ACM. 26.
- Gorman, B.M. and Flatla, D.R., 2017. A Framework for Speechreading Acquisition Tools. ACM. 519-530.
- Gorman, B.M., 2016. Reducing viseme confusion in speech-reading. ACM, 36-43.
- Gorman, B.M. and Flatla, D.R., 2014. VisAural: A Tool for Converting Audible Signals into Visual Cues.
- Gorman, B.M., 2014. VisAural: A wearable sound-localisation device for people with impaired hearing. Association for Computing Machinery, 337-338.
- Mauderer, M., Tigwell, G.W., Gorman, B.M. and Flatla, D.R.. Beyond Accessibility: Lifting Perceptual Limitations for Everyone.
- Gorman, B.M., 2018. A Framework for Speechreading Acquisition Tools. PhD Thesis. University of Dundee.
- ACM SIGCHI, CHI Program Committee Member Late Breaking Work (2018-2019), https://chi2019.acm.org/authors/late-breaking-work/
- ACM SIGCHI, CHI2018Program Committee Member Late Breaking Work (2017-2018), https://chi2018.acm.org/authors/late-breaking-work/
- PhD in Computer Science (Human-Computer Interaction) (University of Dundee, 2018)
- BSc (Hons) in Applied Computing (University of Dundee, 2012)
- Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Member (2014-), https://www.acm.org/