Ubiquitous Computing deals with issues that arise as the global computing infrastructure becomes pervasive and interconnected. It also deals with new technologies which will assist in realising such a ubiquitous, globally communicative information environment.

The interests of staff within this area are wide-ranging including wireless computing, pervasive computing, organic computing (computers that self-configure, self-organise, self-adapt and self-heal), embedded computing (invisible computers inside devices), reconfigurable computing, context-aware computers (that respond to a changing environment), mobile computing and interaction design (i.e. interaction between computers and humans).

Look under "Research Areas" to see more details of our research interests.