Publications

Editorial Board Membership

Books & Editorships

  1. Editor for Proceedings of “Exploring the Future of Immersive Education  2016” workshop (part of iLRN-2016), Santa Barbara California, USA, 2016
  2. Shumei Zhang (张书梅), Vic Callaghan (维克多·卡拉汉), Hongmei Wang (王红梅), Bin Hedong (何东彬)  “Computer English Teaching Using a Creative Science Approach” (创新思维的计算机英语教程), Tsinghua University Press, 2016, ISBN 9787302422730 (this book combines learning English as a foreign language with computer science and product innovation using science-fiction prototyping as a unifying tool. It is aimed at the Chinese university market where learning English is mandatory for all students).
  3. Victor Callaghan, James Miller, Roman Yampolskiy & Stuart Armstrong  “The Technological Singularity: Managing the Journey“, ‘Frontiers Collection’, Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2016
  4. Editor special issue of the Journal of Universal Computer Science,  “Immersive Education: What does the Future Hold?”  (María Blanca Ibáñez & Carlos Delgado Kloos (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Leganés, Spain) and Victor Callaghan (Essex University, Colchester, United Kingdom),  vol. 20, no. 12 (2014), 1605-1607 (Dec 2014).
  5. Editor of the Proceedings of Intelligent Environments 2014 held at Shanghai Jiaotong University, China 2-4 July 2014
  6. Editor of the Proceedings of Creative Science 2014 (opening presentation) held at Shanghai Jiaotong University, China 30th June 2014
  7. Editor of the Proceedings of the HyperRealitIE 2014 held at Shanghai Jiaotong University, China 30th June 2014
  8. Editor of the Proceedings of the Cloud-of-Things held at Shanghai Jiaotong University, China 30th June 2014
  9. Editor special issue of Journal of Universal Computer Science (J.UCS) on “Virtual Worlds for academic, organizational, and life-long learning” featuring papers from the 3rd Immersive Education Europe 2013 (iED’13)
  10. Editor of the the Proceedings of Creative Science 2013  (opening presentation) (CS’13) held in Kings College London, 29th November 2013.
  11. Editor of the the Proceedings of Immersive Education 2013 (iED’13) held in Kings College London, 28th-29th November 2013
  12. Editor of the Proceedings of the “Cloud-of-Things 2013” (CoT’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013 published by IOS Press, 2013
  13. Editor of proceedings of 73rd Academy of Management 2013 (AOM’13) Workshop on “Exploring Future Technology/Innovation through Creative Science Prototyping” held in Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), Florida on the 10th August 2013
  14. Editor of Proceedings of the 3rd European Immersive Education Summit  held on 28th and 29th November 2013 at King’s College London
  15. Editor Special Issue of Elesvier “Technology Forecasting and Social Change” on “Creative science prototyping and the future consumer technology landscape
  16. Editor Special Issue of Elesvier “Futures” on “Exploring Future Business Visions Using Creative Fictional Prototypes
  17. Editor of Springer-commissioned book “The Singularity Hypothesis (Volume 2)”
  18. Editor of the Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Instituto Tecnológico de León, Guanajuato, México, 26-29 June 2012
  19. Editor of the Proceedings of 3rd International ‘Science Fiction Prototyping’ workshop, Instituto Tecnológico de León, Guanajuato, México, 26-29 June 2012
  20. Editor of the Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Active Media Technology 2011: Lanzhou, China, September 7-9, 2011
  21. Editor of JAISE Thematic Issue: Smart Homes, (Preface) Volume 2, Number 3 June, 2010, IOS Press, ISSN 1876-1364
  22. Editor of the Proceedings of the Workshop Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (Programme) Nottingham Trent University, UK, 25-28 July 2011
  23. Editor of the Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Active Media Technology (AMT 2011), Lanzhou, China, September 7-9, 2011
  24. Editor of the Proceedings of the 2nd Creative Science Workshop (Preface, Schedule, Authors), Nottingham Trent University, UK, 25-26 July 2011.
  25. Editor of special issue of ,Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, ‘On computational modeling of human-oriented knowledge in Ambient Intelligence‘, IOS Press,, Volume 2, Number 1, 2010, ISBN 1876-1364
  26. Editor of special edition of Journal of Pervasive and Mobile Computing (D. Cook, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, and A. Helal, “Making our environments intelligent“), 5:556-557, 2009.
  27. Editor of the Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Monash University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 19-21 July 2010
  28. Editor of the Proceedings of the Workshop Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (Preface), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia , 19-21 July, 2010
  29. Editor of the Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Creative Science (Preface), Monash University, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 18-19 July 2010
  30. Editor of the Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (Preface), Barcelona, Spain, 20-21 July, 2009
  31. Editor of the Proceedings of the Workshops Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (Preface), Barcelona, Spain, 19 July, 2009
  32. Editor of the Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, (Preface) University of Washington, Seattle, 21 – 22 July 2008
  33. Editor of the Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Environments,(Preface) Ulm, Germany, 23-24 September 2007.
  34. Editor of the Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Environments (Preface), Athens, Greece, 5-6 July 2006.
  35. Editor of the Proceedings of the 1st International on Intelligent Environments, Colchester, 28-29 June 2005.
  36. Edited the Special Issue on Intelligent Embedded Agents in the Journal of Information Sciences – Special issue: Intelligent embedded agents. Volume 171 Issue 4, 12 May 2005
  37. Editor of Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Pervasive Computing and Applications (SPCA06), August 3-5, 2006, Urumchi, Xinjiang, P.R. China.
  38. Editor of Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Smart Worlds (UISW2005) Nagasaki, Japan, December 6-7, 2005
  39. Editor of Proceedings of The 3rd International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC-06), Building Smart Worlds on Real and Cyber Spaces, Wuhan and Three Gorges, China, September 3-6, 2006
  40. Edited Book published by IDEA Group in USA on Ubiquitous Computing (based on material in UIC 06)
  41. Edited Book published Springer-Verlag on Ubiquitous Intelligence (based on material in UIC 06)
  42. Edited a Special Issue of the Journal of Ubiquitous Computing and Intelligence on Intelligence in Real Worlds (based on material from IE 06)
  43. Edited a Special Issue of Journal of Ubiquitous Computing and Intelligence on Pervasive Computing Applications (based on material from SPAC06)
  44. Edited a Special Issue of Journal of Computer Science Education (Volume 7, Issue 2, 1996) “Introduction To Robotics In Computer Science And Engineering Education”, JAI Press Inc

Miscellaneous

  1. Vic Callaghan, “Creativity Workshop“, Organised at Canterbury Christ Church University Business School on the 16th of March 2019
  2. Vic Callaghan Introduction to Science Fiction Prototyping for Interpreters” (also refers to “Video Explaining Science Fiction Prototyping)”, Presented at MA Translation, Interpreting and Subtitling, The University of Essex, 22nd February 2018
  3. Vic Callaghan “#iLRN16_SFP: Thinking about ‘The Future of Immersive Education’ through the Lens of science fiction prototyping” (also see presentation),  held on Santa Barbra, California, USA, 25th June 2016.
  4. Vic Callaghan, Foreword for “Next Generation Intelligent Environments Ambient: Adaptive Systems” Editors: Stefan Ultes, Florian Nothdurft, Tobias Heinroth, Wolfgang Minker, Springer International Publishing Switzerland, ISBN: 978-3-319-23451-9 (Print) 978-3-319-23452-6 (Online).
  5. Anasol PEÑA-RIOS, Vic CALLAGHAN, Michael GARDNER and Mohammed J ALHADDAD “Experiments with collaborative blended-reality laboratory technology for distance learners“, Poster at  iLRN’15, Prague, Czech Republic, 15-17 July, 2015.
  6. Anasol PEÑA-RIOS, Vic CALLAGHAN, Michael GARDNER,Mohammed J. ALHADDAD, “xReality Objects Demonstration – Collaborative Laboratory Interactions in Immersive Reality” (Demonstration paper), Immersive Education 2013 (iED’13), King’s College London, 28-29 November 2013
  7. Alfonso Torrejon, Prof. Vic Callaghan, Prof. Hani Hagras, “A Customisable Real-time Video and Audio Streaming Approach to Creating an Immersive Collaborative Distant Learning Environment” (Demonstration paper), Immersive Education 2013 (iED’13), King’s College London, 28-29 November 2013.
  8. Hani Hagras, Vic Callaghan, Diane Cook, Abdelsalam Helal, “ A Report The Fourth International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE 08)“, AI MAGAZINE, 2009, ISSN 0738-4602
  9. Vic Callaghan, Achilles Kameas, Dolors Royo, Angelica Reyes, and Leandro Navarro, “The Fifth International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE09): A Report”, Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, WINTER 2009
  10. Anasol Peña-Rios, Vic Callaghan, Malcolm Lear, “BuzzBoards Demonstration – an X-Reality Toolkit for Creating Immersive Reality Educational Laboratories“, 2nd European Immersive Education Summit, 26th and 27th November 2012, École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France.

Invited Talks

  1. Vic Callaghan “Introduction to Computer English Through the Lens of Science Fiction Prototyping“, Interpreting Summer School, Essex University 17-31 July 2016.
  2. Vic Callaghan “Improving online training through personalised learning experiences“, The 2016 Jiaxing Science & Technology Week, International Forum of Smart E-Learning Technology, 25-18 April 2016, Pinghu, China
  3. Vic Callaghan & Dr Ping Zheng “Creativity, Ideas & Innovation Workshop (plus additional talk on “Foresight & Non-Technical-SFP“), Canterbury Christchurch University Business School, 16 January 2016
  4. Vic Callaghan & Dr Ping Zheng “Creativity, Ideas & Innovation“, Workshop, Canterbury Christchurch University Business School, 21 November 2015
  5. Vic Callaghan “Supporting Digital Innovation Through Science Fiction Prototyping“, Brunel University, 27th September 2015 (aimed primarily at students taking the ‘Digital Innovation’ module as part of the Brunel University ‘Digital Service Design’ MSc but may be of interest to a wider audience)
  6. Vic Callaghan “Science-Fiction As A Tool For Interdisciplinary Education“, Brunel University, 11th September 2015 (you can view the videos embedded into this presentation by clicking “What is Science-Fiction Prototyping“, “Meet Jimmy, the 3D printed robot“, “bReal -a vision of future engineering coursework laboratories for online students“)
  7. Vic Callaghan, “Turning  Science-Fiction Into Science-Fact“, Essex University Department of Language & Linguistics Mock Conference for Interpreter Training, LTB6/7, 3rd May 2015
  8. Vic Callaghan “Science-Fiction Prototyping and The Technological Singularity” , Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Helsinki, Finland. 5th February 2015  (presented as part of the defense of a PhD entitled “Science Fiction Prototypes as Design Outcome of Research” by Tiina Kymäläinen, the worlds first PhD that related to SFP)
  9. Vic Callaghan “Managing Intelligent Environments; people versus agents?” (presentation) (news item), Department of Computer Science, School of Science and Technology, Middlesex University, London, United Kingdom, 10th September 2013
  10. Vic Callaghan “Intelligent Futures“, Business School, Canterbury Christ Church University, 16th May 2012
  11. Vic Callaghan, “Towards Mixed Reality Co-creative Learning Environments” (presentation) Immersive Education 2012, Boston College, June 03 – 06, 2012
  12. Vic Callaghan “Product Innovation” Immersive Displays Ltd / Canterbury Christ Church University, 21 March 2012
  13. Vic Callaghan “Intelligent Environments for Industrial Automation“, The 1st Workshop on “Improving Industrial Automation using the Intelligent Environments paradigm” at the 8th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Instituto Tecnológico de León, Guanajuato, México, 26-29 June 2012
  14. V.Callaghan “Intelligent Environments” (Presentation), The Second International Conference on Distributed Frameworks and Applications 2010, Jogjakarta, 2-3 August 2010
  15. Vic Callaghan “Deigning Better Ami Environments; A Question Of Autonomy”, Plenary Speaker, International Symposium on Ambient Intelligence (ISAmI’11), Salamanca, 6th – 8th April 2011
  16. Callaghan V, “From Robotics to Pervasive Computing Environments”, keynote talk at he First IEEE International Symposium on Pervasive Computing and Applications(SPCA06), August 3-5, 2006, Urumchi, Xinjiang, P.R. China.

Book chapters

  1. Peña-Rios, A., Callaghan, V., & Gardner, M. (2018). “Multi-User Mixed Reality Environments for Distance Learning“. In Y. Qian (Ed.), Integrating Multi-User Virtual Environments in Modern Classrooms (pp. 208-239). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-3719-9.ch010
  2. James Dooley, Hani Hagras, Victor Callaghan, Martin Henson “The Tailored Fabric of Intelligent Environments“, In Volume 460 of the book series ‘Studies in Computational Intelligence’, special edition on ‘ Internet of Things and Inter-cooperative Computational Technologies for Collective Intelligence’ pp 321-344, ISBN 9783642349515, 2013
  3. Victor Callaghan, “Intelligent Environments“, Chapter 5 in book called ‘Intelligent Buildings‘ published by ICE Publishing, August 2013, Paperbound ISBN 978-0-7277-5734-0, Electronic (ebook) ISBN 978-0-7277-5792-0
  4. Fernando Rivera-Illingworth, Victor Callaghan, Hani Hagras “An AmI Based Novelty Detection System for Smart Home Based Independent Living”,to appear in “Smart Houses: Advanced Technology for Living Independently”, Springer, 2011.
  5. Daniel Novak, Minjuan Wang, Victor Callaghan, “Looking In, Looking Out: A Discussion of the Educational Affordances of Current Mobile Augmented Reality Technologies”, Chapter 6 in “Educational Stages and Interactive Learning: From Kindergarten to Workplace Training” edited by Jiyou Jia, Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), Hershey PA USA, 2012, ISBN 978-1-4666-0137-6 (hardcover) .
  6. Dana Pavel, Vic Callaghan, Anind K. Dey “Supporting wellbeing through improving interactions and understanding in self-monitoring systems”, Handbook of Ambient Assisted Living – Technology for Healthcare, Rehabilitation and Well-being. Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments Vol. 11 IOS Press 2012, ISBN 978-1-60750-836-6  pp408-433
  7. Michael Gardner, Adela Gánem-Gutiérrez, John Scott, Bernard Horan, Vic Callaghan, Immersive Education Spaces Using Open Wonderland: From Pedagogy through to Practice”, Chapter 13 in “Multi-User Virtual Environments for the Classroom: Practical Approaches to Teaching in Virtual Worlds” edited by G. Vincenti & J Braman, Published by Information Science Reference (an imprint of IGI Global), Hershey PA, USA, May 2011 ISBN 978-1-60960-545-2 (hardcover), DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60960-545-2
  8. A. Holohan, J. Chin, V. Callaghan, P. Muhlau, “The Digital Home: a New Locus of Social Science Research“. In The Handbook of Emergent Technologies in Social Research, Oxford University Press, 2010
  9. Callaghan V, Shen L, Gardner M, Shen R, Wang M, “A Mixed Reality Approach to Hybrid Learning in Mixed Culture Environments” in Handbook of Research on Hybrid Learning Models: Advanced Tools, Technologies, and Applications, Pages: 260-283 pp, IGI Global, 2010
  10. A. Kameas, C. Goumopoulos, H. Hagras, T. Heinroth, M. Weber, V. Callaghan, “An architecture that supports task centred adaptation in Intelligent Environments“. In “Advanced Intelligent Environments “, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.42-63, January 2009.
  11. Vic Callaghan, Victor Zamudio, and Jeannette S. Y. Chin “Understanding interactions in the smart home”, PerAda Magazine, 2009.
  12. Duman H, Hagras H, Callaghan V, “Adding Intelligence to Ubiquitous Computing Environments”, in special volume “Computational Intelligence for Agent-based Systems” Eds. Janusz Kacprzk, Raymond Lee, and Vincenzo Loia, Springer Verlag series “Studies in Computational Intelligence”, Dec 2007
  13. Shen L, Leon E, Callaghan V, Shen R “An Affective eLearning Model”, in book “Blended Learning” by Pearson, published September 2007
  14. Rukzio E, Leichtenstern K, Callaghan V, Holleis P , Schmidt A, Chin J “An Experimental Comparison of Physical Mobile Interaction Techniques: Touching, Pointing and Scanning“, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg, Vol 4206/2006, ISSN 0302-9743, p87-104, September 2006
  15. Rivera-Illingworth F, Callaghan V, Colley M, Hagras H, “Ambient Intelligence, the iDorm and Social Care” in book: Guide to the Healthy Planet (editors Pretty J, Sellens M, South N, Wilson M), ISBN 1-904059-42-2, pp173-175, 2006
  16. Sharples S, Callaghan V, Clarke G, “Intelligent Environments for Social Care” in book: Guide to the Healthy Planet (editors Pretty J, Sellens M, South N, Wilson M), ISBN 1-904059-42-2, pp190-192, 2006
  17. Chin J, Callaghan V, Clarke G “An End User Tool for Customising Personal Spaces in Ubiquitous Computing Environments” Chapter in book called Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing, part of series “Lecture Notes in Computer Science, ISBN 978-3-540-38091-7, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg pp1080-1089 Aug 2006
  18. Callaghan V, Colley M, Hagras H, Chin J, Doctor F, Clarke G, Programming iSpaces: A Tale of Two Paradigms“, in Springer-Verlag book Intelligent Spaces: The Application of Pervasive ICT part of the series Computer Communications and Networks, Steventon, Alan; Wright, Steve (Eds.) approx. 455 p. 162 illus. ISBN: 1-84628-002-Janruary 2006
  19. Callaghan V, Colley M, Clarke G, Hagras H, “A Soft-Computing based Distributed Artificial Intelligence Architecture for Intelligent Buildings“, In the book entitled “Soft Computing agents: New Trends for Designing Autonomous Systems”, in the International Series “Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing“, (Eds: V. Loia, S.Sessa), Springer-Verlag, Volume 75, pp. 117-145, 2002
  20. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M, Clarke G, Duman H, “Online Learning and Adaptation for Intelligent Embedded Agents Operating in Domestic Environments” In the book entitled “Fusion of Soft Computing and Hard Computing for Autonomous Robotic Systems” (Eds: C.Zhou, D. Maravall and D. Ruan), in the International Series “Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing“ , Physica Verlag, Volume 116, pp. 293-323, November 2002
  21. H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, M. Colley, A. Pounds-Cornish, A. Holmes, H. Duman, Incremental Synchronous Learning for Embedded-Agents Operating in Ubiquitous Computing Environments“, In the book entitled “Soft Computing Agents: A New Perspective for Dynamic Information Systems”, in the International Series “Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Application”, (Ed: V. Loia), IOS Press, pp.25-54, December 2002
  22. Egerton S, Callaghan V, Chernett, P, “A Biologically Inspired Mapping Model for Autonomous Mobile Robots”, New Frontiers in Computational Intelligence and its Applications (Book), Eds. M. Mohammadin, pp. 20-29, IOS Press. January 2000
  23. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M “An Embedded-Agent Architecture for Online Learning & Control in Intelligent Machines” New Frontiers in Computational Intelligence and its Applications (Book), Eds. M. Mohammadin, IOS Press. pp. 165-174, January 2000

 Journals

  1. Chin J, Callaghan V,”The Internet of Things: Reflections on the past, present and future from a user centred and smart environment perspective“, Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments (JAISE) , IOS Press, Volume 11, Issue 1 (January 2019): 10th Anniversary Issue.
  2. Samah Felemban, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan, Anasol Pena-Rios “Mixed Agents Virtual Observation Lenses for Immersive Learning Environments“, Journal of Universal Computer Science, February 2018, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 171-191
  3. Ping Zheng, Victor Callaghan “How Chinese SMEs Innovate Using ‘Diegetic Innovation Templating’ – The stimulating role of Sci-Fi and fantasy“, Futures, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2017.10.005)
  4. Samah Felemban, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan, “Towards Recognising Learning Evidence in Collaborative Virtual Environments: A Mixed Agents Approach” Computers, July 2017, 6(3), 22 (MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland)
  5. Minjuan Wang, Vic Callaghan, Jodi Bernhardt, Kevin White & Anasol Peña-Rios, “Augmented reality in education and training: pedagogical approaches and illustrative case studies“, Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing, July 2017,  Springer. ISSN 1868-5137, DOI 10.1007/s12652-017-0547-8
  6. Ping Zheng, Victor Callaghan, “A Cooperative Approach to Academic Entrepreneurial Initiatives“, International Journal of Innovation, Vol 4, No 1 (2016), pp 13-22
  7. Veljko Potkonjak, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan, Pasi Mattila, Christian Guetl, Vladimir M. Petrović, Kosta Jovanović, “Virtual Laboratories for Education in Science, Technology, and Engineering: a Review“, Computers & Education, Volume 95, April 2016, pp 309–327
  8. V Callaghan, “Creative Science: Injecting Innovation into the IT Industry” (web version), Oxford Journals, ITNOW, Summer 2015, Volume 57, Issue 2, pp. 52-55.
  9. Ed Teall, Minjuan Wang, Vic Callaghan, Jason W.P. Ng, “An Exposition of Current Mobile Learning Design Guidelines and Frameworks“, International Journal on E-Learning (2014) 13(1).
  10. T Garcia-Valverde, A Garcia-Sola, H Hagras, J Dooley, V Callaghan, J Botia “A Fuzzy Logic-Based System For Indoor Localization Using WiFi in Ambient Intelligent Environments“, IEEE Transactions of Fuzzy Systems, August 2013, Vol.21 No.4, ISSN 1063-6706, pp702-718
  11. Juan C Augusto, Vic Callaghan, Diane Cook, Achilles Kameas, Ichiro Satoh, “Intelligent Environments: a manifesto“, Journal of Human-centric Computing and Information Sciences, 2013 (June), 3:12, Springer, doi:10.1186/2192-1962-3-12 http://www.hcis-journal.com/content/3/1/12
  12. Leoncio A. Romero, Victor Zamudio, Rosario Baltazar, Efren Mezura, Marco Sotelo and Vic Callaghan, “A Comparison between Metaheuristics as Strategies for Minimizing Cyclic Instability in Ambient Intelligence“, Sensors 2012, Volume 12, Issue 8 pages 10990-11012, EISSN 1424-8220  (MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland)
  13. Matthew Ball, Vic Callaghan, “Managing Control, Convenience and Autonomy – A Study of Agent Autonomy in Intelligent Environments“, Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, special issue on Agents and Ambient Intelligence – Achievements and Challenges in the Intersection of Agent Technology and Ambient Intelligence Edited by Tibor Bosse, Publisher, IOS Press, pp 159 – 196, Volume 12, 2012, ISBN 978-1-61499-049-9
  14. Wang, Minjuan; Xiao, Jun; Chen, Xiaoyi; Callaghan, Victor; “Message Design for Mobile Learning: Learning Theories, Human Cognition, and Design Principles”, British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET), 2011
  15. Marc Davies, Vic Callaghan, iWorlds: Generating Artificial Control Systems for Simulated Humans using Virtual Worlds and Intelligent Environments”, Thematic Issue on Virtual and Mixed Reality Intelligent Environments (Eds: Michael Gardner, Jonathon Richter, Aki Härmä), Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments (JAISE), 2011
  16. Tibor Bosse, Vic Callaghan, Paul Lukowicz, “On computational modeling of human-oriented knowledge in Ambient Intelligence“, Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, Volume 2, Number 1, IOS Press, ISBN 1876-1364, pp3-4, 2010
  17. F. Rivera-Illingworth, V. Callaghan, H. Hagras, “Detection of Normal and Novel Behaviours in Ubiquitous Domestic Environments“, The Computer Journal, Vol.53, No.2, pp.142-151, February 2010
  18. Leon E, Clarke G, Callaghan V, Doctor F “Affect-aware behaviour modelling and control inside an intelligent environment”, Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Elsevier B.V, Volume 6, Issue 4, 2010.
  19. H. Duman, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, A Multi-Society based Intelligent Association Discovery and Selection for Ambient Intelligence Environments“. In Special Issue of Ambient Intelligence of the ACM Transactions on Autonomous and Adaptive Systems, Vol.5, No.2 pp.40-74 May 2010.
  20. Dooley, J, Callaghan, V, Hagras H, Bull P, “Large Scale Discovery in the Home: Finding Needles in a Haystack”, Journal of Intelligent Computing, Vol.1, No.3 (September 2010)
  21. Victor Callaghan and Hani Hagras, “Smart Homes” Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments 2 (2010) 207–209,IOS Press
  22. J. Chin, V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, “End-user Customisation of Intelligent Environments“. In the handbook of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, Editors: H. Nakashima, J. Augusto, H. Aghajan, Springer, 2010, Spring, pp 371-407, ISBN 978-0-387-93807-3
  23. Bo Hu, Bin Hu, Victor Callaghan, Zongkai Lin “Combining Theory and Systems Building in Pervasive Computing” (compendium of invited papers from SPAC’06 and other conferences), The Computer Journal (Oxford University Press), Volume 53, Issue 2, pp129-130, 2010
  24. Victor Zamudio and Victor Callaghan , “Understanding and Avoiding Interaction Based Instability in Pervasive Computing Environments”, International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications, Vol. 5 Issue: 2, pp.163 – 186, 2009
  25. V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, J. Chin, “Some Socio-Technical Aspects Of Intelligent Buildings and Pervasive Computing Research. In Intelligent Buildings International Journal, Earthscan Journals, Vol 1 No 1, Jan 2009, ISSN 1750-8975. This paper is worthy of note, as is an early template for what went on to be called Creative Science or Science Fiction Prototyping.  In addition, it was an attempt to flag the risks to privacy that networked technologies such as pervasive computing, ubiquitous computing, Internet-of-Things and Intelligent environments posed to the citizen or government (a topic that surfaced again as part of the NSA data gathering controversy). This paper is based on a much earlier presentation to the United Nations Habitat, World Urban Forum “Cities: Crossroads of Cultures, Inclusiveness and Integration?” within  the IRFD Theme: “The Role of Cities in an Information Age”  on 13-17 September 2004, Barcelona, Spain (description). This presentation (“Pervasive Computing and Urban Development: Issues for the individual and Society” -, presentation) to the UN back in 2004 was an attempt to make governments and people aware of the risks the then emerging technologies (eg pervasive computing, ubiquitous computing, Internet-of-Things, Intelligent Environments etc) posed to citizens and governments privacy, advocating  the need for international regulation.  At the time this was a  difficult message to air, so much so that we were unable to get the paper more formally published until over 5 years later, in the somewhat restructured (slightly sanitized) form that became this paper.
  26. J. Chin, V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, “Soft-appliances: A vision for user created networked appliances in digital homes“. In Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, IOS Press, Netherlands, 2009.
  27. J Dooley, P Bull, V Callaghan, H Hagras, “Resource Discovery in the Home Area Network”, International Journal of Information Studies (IJIS). Vol.1, No.4, pp.251-262, October 2009
  28. V. Callaghan, M. Gardner, B. Horan , J. Scott , L. Shen and M.J. Wang, “A Mixed Reality Teaching and Learning Environment”. In Hybrid Learning and Education, published by Springer Berlin /Heidelberg in Series Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Volume 5169/2008, Pages 54-65, ISBN 978-3-540-85169-1, Nov 2008.
  29. H. Duman, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, “Intelligent Association Exploration and Exploitation of Fuzzy Agents in Ambient Intelligent Environments“. In Journal of Uncertain Systems, Special Issue on “Uncertainty-based Technologies for Ambient Intelligence Systems”, Vol. 2, Nr. 2, World Academic Press, pp.133-143, May 2008.
  30. Zamudio V, Callaghan V, “Facilitating the Ambient Intelligent Vision: A Theorem, Representation and Solution for Instability in Rule-Based Multi-Agent Systems“, Special Issue Section” International Transactions on Systems Science and Applications (special issue on “Agent based System Challenges for Ubiquitous and Pervasive Computing”), Vol 4, No. 1, 2008
  31. Shen L, Callaghan V, Shen R “Affective e-Learning in Residential and Pervasive Computing Environments“, Journal of Information Systems Frontiers (special issue on “Adoption and Use of Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) in the Residential/Household Context”), , (Vol 10 No. 3, October 2008), Springer Netherlands, ISSN 1387-3326 (Print) 1572-9419 (Online)
  32. Hani Hagras, Victor Callaghan, Martin Colley “Ubiquitous Intelligence in Real Worlds”, Journal of Ubiquitous Computing and Intelligence, Vol. 1, 2007
  33. Rivera-illingworth F, Callaghan V, Hagras H, “Detection Of Normal and Novel Behaviours In Ubiquitous Domestic Environments“, The Computer Journal, Vol.53, No.2, pp.142-151, February 2010 (First published online November 9, 2007; doi: 10.1093/comjnl/bxm078)
  34. Clarke G, Callaghan V, “Ubiquitous Computing, Informatization, Urban Structures and Density”, Built Environment Journal, Vol. 33, No 2 2007
  35. Callaghan,V., Chin, J.S.Y., Shahi, A., Zamudio, V., Clarke,G.S., Gardner,M., ‘Domestic Pervasive Information Systems: End-user programming of digital homes‘, Journal of Management Information Systems, Special Edition on Pervasive Information Systems (volume editors Panos Kourouthanassis; George Giaglis), 24:01 (December 2007) pp.129-149 (inc), ME Sharp (New York), ISBN: 978-0-7656-1689-0ß
  36. Hagras H, Doctor F, Lopez A, Callaghan V, ““An Incremental Adaptive Life Long Learning Approach for Type-2 Fuzzy Embedded Agents in Ambient Intelligent Environments,IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, Vol. 15, No.1, pp.41-55, February 2007.
  37. A. López, D. Álvarez, F. Doctor, H. Hagras, and V. Callaghan “Data-Driven Methods for the Off-Line Generation of Fuzzy Logic Based Agents for an Intelligent Building Environment“, Journal of Ubiquitous Computing and Intelligence, Volume 1, Number 2, pp153–162, December 2007.
  38. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M, “Ubiquitous Intelligence in Real Worlds”, Journal of Ubiquitous Computing and Intelligence, Vol.1, No.2 , pp1-2, July 2007
  39. Duman H, Hagras H, Callaghan V,Intelligent Association Selection of Embedded Agents in Intelligent Inhabited Environments”, The International Journal of Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 117-157, March 2007
  40. Leon E, Clarke G, Callaghan, Sepulveda F, “A user-independent real-time emotion recognition system for software agents in domestic environments“, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Volume 20, Issue 3, Pages 337-345, 2007.
  41. F. Doctor, H.Hagras, V. Callaghan, “A Type-2 Fuzzy Embedded Agent to Realise Ambient Intelligence in Ubiquitous Computing Environments”, Journal of Information Sciences, Vol. 171, No. 4, pp. 309-334, May 2005.
  42. H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, M. Colley, “Intelligent Embedded Agents: Editorial” Journal of Information Sciences, pp. 289-292, May 2005.
  43. F. Doctor, H.Hagras, V. Callaghan, “An Intelligent Fuzzy Agent Approach for Realising Ambient Intelligence in Intelligent Inhabited Environments”, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part A: Systems and Humans, Vol.35, No.1, pp.55-65, January 2005.
  44. E. Leon, with G. Clarke, V. Callaghan, F. Sepulveda ‘Real-time detection of emotional changes for inhabited environments‘. Computers & Graphics Journal – Special Issue on Pervasive Computing and Ambient Intelligence, 28(5): 635-642 2004
  45. H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, M. Colley, G. Clarke, A. Pounds-Cornish, H. Duman, “Creating an Ambient-Intelligence Environment Using Embedded Agents”, IEEE Intelligent Systems, Vol. 19, Issue 6, pp. 12-20, November/December 2004.
  46. H. Hagras, M. Colley, V. Callaghan, “Learning and Adaptation of an Intelligent Mobile Robot Navigator Operating in Unstructured Environment Based on a Novel Online Fuzzy-Genetic System” , Journal of Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Volume 141, No. 1, pp. 107-160, January 2004.
  47. Callaghan V, Clark G, Colley M, Hagras H Chin JSY, Doctor F “Intelligent Inhabited Environments”, BT Technology Journal , Vol.22, No.3 . Klywer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands, July 2004
  48. H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, M.Colley, G. Clarke, “A Hierarchical Fuzzy Genetic Multi-Agent Architecture for Intelligent Buildings Learning, Adaptation and Control“, Journal of Information Sciences, Vol. 150, pp. 33-54, March 2003
  49. H. Hagras, M. Colley, V. Callaghan, M. Carr-West, “Online Learning and Adaptation of Autonomous Mobile Robots for Sustainable Agriculture”, Journal of Autonomous Robots, Volume 13, Number 1Outdoor, pp37-52, July 2002.
  50. H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, M. Colley, “Prototyping Design and Learning in Outdoor Mobile Robots operating in unstructured outdoor environments“, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, Vol. 8, No.3, pp53-69, September 2001.
  51. Ying H, Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M, Carr-West M, “Guidance of Agricultural Vehicles by Means of Fuzzy Logic Control“, Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Machinery Vol 31, No 3, 2000
  52. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M, Carr-West M, “Autonomous Vehicles“, Landwards, Journal of the Intuitionist of  Agricultural.Engineers, Vol 55 No 2, Summer 2000, p10-16.
  53. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M , “An Embedded-Agent Technique for Industrial Control Environments Where Process Modelling is Difficult”, International Journal of Assembly Automation, pp 323-331. November 1999
  54. Sharples S, Callaghan V, Clarke, G “A Multi-Agent Architecture For Intelligent Building Sensing and Control”, Int’l Sensor Review Journal, Vol 19. No. 2., pp.135-140, May 1999
  55. Chernett P, Callaghan V, Ching, C, Diemmi, D, “Spread: A Distributed Simulation Toolkit” in Journal of Computer Science Education, Swets & Zeitlinger, Netherlands, CSE 8 (3), pp. 228-250, May 1999
  56. Callaghan V, Chernett, P, “A Network Centric Approach to Robotic Research and Education”, in Journal of Computer Science Education, Swets & Zeitlinger, Netherlands, CSE 8 (2), pp100-117, March 1999
  57. Martin P, Callaghan V, Clark A “Partitioning and Distribution Transparency Technique For Distributed Objects in Large Scale Systems” IASTED Journal, ISBN 0-88986-231-1, Dec 1998
  58. Chernett P, Colley M, Callaghan V “Processing Modules for Hybrid, Real-Time, Distributed Robot Architectures“, Proc SPIE Intelligent Systems and Automated Manufacturing, Pittsburgh, USA Oct 1997
  59. Callaghan V, Chernett P, Colley M, Lawson A, Standeven J, “Automating Agricultural Vehicles”, Industrial Robot Journal, Aug 1997
  60. Callaghan V, McCarthy R, (eds), “Robots in Computer Science Education”, Computer Science & Engineering Education Journal, Ablex Publishing Corp, New Jersey, May 1996
  61. Callaghan V, Chernett P, Lyons D, “The Brooker Laboratory for Intelligent Embedded Systems“, in Improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning in Computing, SEDA, July 95, pp11-25
  62. Callaghan V “The Image Format Mess – What’s Your Tiff“, invited article for Advanced Imaging (USA), March 1994, pp44-50
  63. Callaghan,V, PrettyJohns,K., Alvarey,A., ‘Structures and metrics for image storage and interchange‘, Journal of Electronic Imaging, 2:2 pp.126-137, 1993 (includes a useful list and explanation of all the main image format standards).

Conferences

  1. Michiel N Smuts, , Michael R Gardner, Victor L Callaghan, Adela Ganem Gutierrez, “Towards Dynamically Adaptable Immersive Spaces for Learning“, 11th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering Conference 2019′ (CEEC’19), University of Essex, 18th–20th September 2019.
  2. Edward Longford, Michael Gardner and Victor Callaghan, “Social Organisation and Cooperative Learning: Identication and Categorisation of Groups and Sub-Groups in Non-Cooperative Games“, 5th International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network 2019 (iLRN 2019), London, UK, June 23–27, 2019, University of Westminster, 23-27 June 2019. published as part of the Springer Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 1044), Pages 131-143.
  3. Ahmed Alzahrani, Michael Gardner, Vic Callaghan and Malek Alrashedi, “Evaluating Mixed Reality Collaborative Learning Environments: the MiRTLE+ Case Study“, iLRN’19, University of Westminster, 23-27 June 2019.
  4. Enas Jambi, Michael Gardner and Victor Callaghan, “A Generalized Pedagogical Framework for Creating Mixed-Mode Role-Play in Multi-User Virtual Environments“, 5th International Conference of the Immersive Learning Research Network 2019 (iLRN 2019), London, UK, June 23–27, 2019, University of Westminster, 23-27 June 2019. published as part of the Springer Communications in Computer and Information Science book series (CCIS, volume 1044), Pages 158-171.
  5. Víctor Zamudio, María del PilarPérez Mata, VicCallaghan, Shumei Zhang and Carlos Lino “Using A Creative Science Approach for Teaching English As A ForeignLanguage to PostgraduateStudents“, ‘Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Education 2017’ (TIE’17), Canterbury Christchurch University, 11th–12th September, 2017.
  6. Víctor Zamudio and Vic Callaghan, “CSF Dream Academy: Using Fiction, Cardboard and Simple Electrical Circuits as Educational Tools to Lift Disadvantaged Children Out of the Poverty Trap“, ‘Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Education 2017’ (TIE’17), Canterbury Christchurch University, 11th–12th September, 2017.
  7. Angelica Reyes, Genaro Rebolledo, Victor Callaghan – “A Scenario Centred Approach to Emotion Profiling based on EEG Signal Processing”, Holonovels 2017, Canterbury Christ Church University, 11th–12th of September 2017.
  8. Oluwatimilehin Salako, Michael Gardner, and Vic Callaghan – “A Responsive Templating Approach for Generating Collaborative Spaces”,   ‘Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Education 2017’ (TIE’17), Canterbury Christchurch University, 11th–12th September, 2017.
  9. Enas Jambi, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan, “Supporting Mixed-mode Role-Play Activities in a Virtual Environment“, 9th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering 2017 (CEEC’17), Colchester, UK, 27 – 29 September 2017
  10. Samah Felemban, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan, “An event detection approach for identifying learning evidence in collaborative virtual environments“, 8th Computer Science and Electronic Engineering 2016 (CEEC’16), Colchester, UK, 28 – 30 September 2016
  11. Samah Felemban, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan, Anasol Pena-Rios, “Towards Observing and Assessing Collaborative Learning Activities in Immersive Environments(abstract), Immersive learning 2017 (iLRN 2017), iLRN 2017, June 26-29, 2017, Coimbra, Portugal, Springer International Publishing (Proceedings Editors. D. Beck, et al), p. 47-59.
  12. Oluwatimilehin Salako, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan, “Towards Online Immersive Collaborative Innovation Spaces“, Immersive learning 2017 (iLRN 2017), iLRN 2017, June 26-29, 2017, Coimbra, Portugal.
  13. Jeannette Chin, Vic Callaghan, Ivan Lam, “Understanding and Personalising Smart City Services Using Machine Learning, the Internet-of-Things and Big Data“, 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Industrial Electronics (ISIE 2017), 19-21 June 2017, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
  14. Malek Alrashidi, Michael Gardner, and Vic Callaghan, “Evaluating The Use of The Pedagogical Virtual Machine with Augmented Reality to Support Learning Embedded Computing Activity”,  Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer and Automation Engineering 2017 (ICCAE’17),  Sydney, Australia, Volume: 44-50 17, 18-21 February 2017, DOI: 10.1145/3057039.3057088.
  15. Malek Alrashidi, Khalid Almohammadi, Michael Gardner, and Vic Callaghan, “Experiments on Assembling and Exploring Educational Mobile Robot Using The PVM Framework with Augmented Reality“, the 8th International Robotics in Education Conference (RiE 2017) in Sofia, Bulgaria on April 26-28, 2017
  16. Malek Alrashidi, Khalid Almohammadi, Michael Gardner, and Vic Callaghan, “Making the Invisible Visible: Real-Time Feedback for Embedded Computing Learning Activity using Pedagogical Virtual Machine with Augmented Reality“, the 4th International Conference on Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and Computer Graphics (SALENTO AVR 2017), Ugento (Lecce), Italy, June 12-15, 2017, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-60922-5_27
  17. Hsuan-Yi Wu, Victor Callaghan “From Imagination to Innovation: A Creative Development Process“, CS’16, London, 12th-13th September 2016
  18. Ping Zheng and Vic Callaghan “Diegetic Innovation Templating“, CS’16, London, 12th-13th September 2016
  19. Shumei Zhang, Victor Callaghan and Hongmei Wang “Improving English as a Foreign Language Education in China with Creative-Science“, SOFIEE’16, London, 12th-13th September 2016
  20. Vic Callaghan, Marc Davies, Shumei Zhang “An Online Immersive Reality Innovation-Lab” (presentation), iLRN’16, Santa Barbra, California 27 June -1 July 2016
  21. Chantel Dan Chen, Florence Myles and Victor Callaghan “The 21st Century Interpreter:  Exploring the use of smart-glasses for technology-augmented interpreting” (presentation), iLRN’16, Santa Barbra, California 27 June -1 July 2016
  22. Samah Felemban, Michael Gardner, Victor Callaghan “Virtual Observation Lenses for Assessing Online Collaborative Learning Environment“, iLRN’16, Santa Barbra, California 27 June -1 July 2016, Springer-Verlag LNCS, p80-92.
  23. Malek Alrashidi, Ahmed Alzahrani, Michael Gardner, and Vic Callaghan. 2016. “A Pedagogical Virtual Machine for Assembling Mobile Robot using Augmented Reality”, Proceedings of the 7th Augmented Human International Conference 2016 (AH ’16), Geneva, Switzerland, 25 – 27 February 2016
  24. Ahmed ALZAHRANI, Michael GARDNER and Vic CALLAGHAN, ”A Collaborative Learning Game in an Augmented and Mixed Reality Space for Different Levels of Expertise”, The 9th Saudi Students Conference 2016 (SSC’16), 14th February 2016, Birmingham, UK.
  25. Ahmed ALZAHRANI, Michael GARDNER, Vic CALLAGHAN, and Malek ALRASHIDI, “Towards Measuring Learning Effectiveness considering Presence, Engagement and Immersion in a Mixed and Augmented Reality Learning Environment”, iLRN’15, Prague, Czech Republic, 15-17 July, 2015, DOI: 10.3233/978-1-61499-530-2-252.
  26. Malek ALRASHIDI , Michael GARDNER, Vic CALLAGHAN, and Jennifer B. ELLIOTT, “Structured Learning Activities in Embedded Computing Using a Pedagogical Virtual Machine (PVM)”, iLRN’15, Prague, Czech Republic, 15-17 July, 2015.
  27. Ahmed ALZAHRANI, Michael GARDNER and Vic CALLAGHAN, ”Using the Uno card game as a Measurable Learning Task in a Collaborative Augmented and Mixed Reality Learning Space”, Immersive Learning 2015 (iLRN’15), p55, 13-14th July 2015, Prague, Czech Republic.
  28. Anasol PEÑA-RIOS, Vic CALLAGHAN, Michael GARDNER,Mohammed J. ALHADDAD ” Using mixed-reality to develop smart environments“, Intelligent Environments 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2-4 July 2014
  29. Shumei Zhang, Vic Callaghan “Using Science-fiction Prototyping as a Means to Motivate Learning of STEM Topics and Foreign Languages“, Intelligent Environments 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2-4 July 2014
  30. Marc Davies, Vic Callaghan, Daniyal Alghazzawi “Towards MMO Intelligent Environments”, Intelligent Environments“, 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2-4 July 2014
  31. Jeannette Chin, Victor Callaghan “Robust, eco-Friendly, on-Demand Bin (ReDbin)“, Intelligent Environments 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2-4 July 2014
  32. Shaya Pourmirza, Michael Gardner, Vic Callaghan “Integrating a Social Network Group with a 3D Collaborative Learning Environment“, Intelligent Environments 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2-4 July 2014
  33. Malek Alrashidi, Vic Callaghan, Michael Gardner “An Object-Oriented Pedagogical Model for Mixed Reality Teaching and Learning“, Intelligent Environments 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2-4 July 2014
  34. Shumei Zhang, Paul McCullagh, Vic Callaghan “An Efficient Feature Selection Method for Activity Classification“, Intelligent Environments 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 2-4 July 2014
  35. Vic Callaghan “Micro-Futures” (presentation), Creative-Science 2014, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China, 30th June 2014
  36. Ahmed ALZAHRANI, Vic CALLAGHAN and Michael GARDNER, ”Towards the Physical Instantiation of Virtual People and Components in Physical Mixed-Reality Tele-Presence Environments”, Hyperrealistic Intelligent Environments 2014 (HyperRealitIE’14),pp. 285-294, A Workshop of the 10th International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2014 (IE’14), 30th June-1st July 2014 Shanghai, China
  37. Anasol PEÑA-RIOS, Vic CALLAGHAN, Michael GARDNER,Mohammed J. ALHADDAD “xReality interactions within an immersive blended reality learning space“, Immersive Education 2013 (iED’13), King’s College London, 28-29 November 2013
  38. Malek ALRASHIDI, Vic CALLAGHAN, Michael GARDNER, Jennifer B. ELLIOTT, “The Pedagogical Virtual Machine: Supporting Learning Computer Hardware and Software via Augmented Reality“, Immersive Education 2013 (iED’13), King’s College London, 28-29 November 2013
  39. Abdulkareem ALZAHRANI, Vic CALLAGHAN, Michael GARDNER, Ahmed ALZAHRANI, “Towards Personalised and Adaptive Learning Paths in Immersive Educational Environments” (poster paper), Immersive Education 2013 (iED’13), pp259, King’s College London, 28-29 November 2013
  40. Alfonso TORREJON, Prof. Vic CALLAGHAN and Prof. Hani HAGRAS, “Panoramic Audio and Video: towards an Immersive Learning experience“, Immersive Education 2013 (iED’13), King’s College London, 28-29 November 2013
  41. Vic Callaghan, “The Dream Machine“, (presentation),  Creative Science 2013 CS’13), King’s College London, 29th November 2013
  42. Alfonso Torrejon, Vic Callaghan, Hani Hagras, “Selectable Directional Audio for Multiple Telepresence in Immersive Intelligent Environments“, 9th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Athens, Greece, 16-19 July 2013
  43. Idham Ananta, Vic Callaghan, Matthew Ball, Michael Gardner, Crowd Intelligence in Intelligent Environments: a Journey from Complexity to Collectivity“, 9th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Athens, Greece, 16-19 July 2013
  44. Jeannette Chin, Vic Callaghan, Educational Living Labs; A novel Internet-of-Things based Approach to Teaching and Research“, 9th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Athens, Greece, 16-19 July 2013
  45. Marc Davies, Vic Callaghan, “An Introduction to Genetic Profiling: Generating Anthropomorphic NPC Personalities with Intelligent Environments“, Cloud of Things (CoT’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013
  46. Idham ANANTA,Vic CALLAGHAN,Jeannette CHIN, Michael GARDNER, Jazi Eko ISTIYANTO, Susi DARYANTI, “iForest: Exploring Crowd-based Intelligence as a Means of Improving the Human-Computer Interface in the Cloud-of-Things“, Cloud of Things (CoT’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013
  47. Anasol PEÑA-RIOS, Vic CALLAGHAN, Michael GARDNER, Mohammed J. ALHADDAD, “Developing xReality objects for  mixed-reality environments“, Cloud of Things (CoT’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013
  48. Malek ALRASHIDI, Vic CALLGHAN, Micheal GARDNER,, “ViewPoint: An Augmented Reality Tool For Viewing and Understanding Deep Technology“, Cloud-of-Things (CoT’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013
  49. Vic Callaghan, “The Maker Fables“, in “The Outer Limits” a special Creative-Science session hosted in the Cloud of Things (CoT’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013
  50. Abdulkareem ALZAHRANI, Vic CALLAGHAN Michael GARDNER “Towards Adjustable Autonomy in Adaptive Course Sequencing“, Future Intelligent Educational Environments 2013 (FIEE’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013 (vol. 17 of Ambient Intelligence and Smart Environments, pp. 466-477)
  51. Vic Callaghan. Malcolm Lear, Anasol Peña-Rios, Victor Zamudio, Ping Zhen, “Putting the Buzz Back into Computer Science Education“, Future Intelligent Educational Environments 2013 (FIEE’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013 (2 product flyers give additional information for using Buzz systems in education; the first  called “Buzz-Spaces” describe the smart-boxes and environments the second titled “How Buzz-Boards Support Edexcel BTEC and GCSE Computer Science Courses” does as described. A related paper Educational Establishments as Living Labs; A novel Internet-of-Things based Approach to Teaching and Research“ describes a method of introducing programmers to beginners based on programming-by-demonstration)
  52. Alfonso Torrejon, Vic Callaghan, Hani Hagras, Improving Communication and Presence in Online Telepresence System“, Future Intelligent Educational Environments 2013 (FIEE’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013
  53. Alejandro Sosa, Víctor Zamudio, Vic Callaghan, Efren Mezura, Rosario Baltazar,Genetic Algorithms and Differential Evolution Algorithms Applied to the Problem of Cyclic Instability with Nomadic Agents“, Cloud of Things (CoT’13), Athens, Greece, 16-17 July 2013
  54. Dana Pavel, Vic Callaghan, Anind Dey, “Lifestyle Stories: Correlating User Information through a Story-Inspired Paradigm“, 1st International Workshop of Life-logging for Pervasive Health (LLPH 2013), Venice, Italy, 5th May 2013
  55. Jeannette Chin, Vic Callaghan, Adrian Winckles, “Personalising the iCampus; an End-User Programming Approach“, The Intelligent Campus International Symposium (IC’12), 4th December 2012, Macau, China
  56. Anasol Peña-Rios, Vic Callaghan, Michael Gardner, Mohammed J. Alhaddad, “Remote mixed reality collaborative laboratory activities: Learning activities within the InterReality Portal”  The Intelligent Campus International Symposium (IC’12), 4th December 2012, Macau, China
  57. Anasol Peña-Rios, Vic Callaghan, Michael Gardner, Mohammed J. Alhaddad, “End-user Programming & Deconstrutionalism for Collaborative Mixed-Reality Laboratory Co-creative Activities“, 2nd European Immersive Education Summit, 26th and 27th November 2012, École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France.
  58. Jeannette Chin, Vic Callaghan, “A Show-Me-By-Example Approach to Teaching Programming the Internet-of-Things in Immersive Education“, 2nd European Immersive Education Summit, 26th and 27th November 2012, École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, France.
  59. Ping Zheng, Vic Callaghan, “The Faculty Cooperative: An Innovative Approach to the Formation of Academic Entrepreneurial Ventures“, Presented at the annual conference of ‘The Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship’ (ISBE 2012) – Dublin 7-8 November 2012
  60. Matthew Ball, Victor Callaghan, “Who is in Control of Intelligent Environments? A Question of Autonomy”, Pervasive Intelligibility workshop (Intelligibility and Control in Pervasive Computing), part of Pervasive 2012 (10th International Conference on Pervasive Computing), Workshop: June 18, 2012, Newcastle, UK
  61. Dana Pavel, Vic Callaghan, Anind Dey, Michael Gardner, Francisco Sepulveda, “The Story of Our Lives; From Sensors to Stories in Self-Monitoring Systems“, Presented at CEEC 2012; the 4th Computer science and Electronic Engineering Conference, 12th-13th September 2012, University of Essex
  62. Ping Zheng, Vic Callaghan, “Creative Science: a new way of learning innovation and entrepreneurship?“,  ISBE eMagazine, Enterprising Matter, Issue on Entrepreneurial Learning, Winter 2012 (See http://www.isbe.org.uk/Creative-Science-a-new-way-of-learning-innovation-and-entrepreneurship)
  63. Anasol Peña-Rios, Vic Callaghan, Michael Gardner, Mohammed J. Alhaddad, “The InterReality Portal: A Mixed Reality Co-creative Intelligent Learning Environment“, Presented at the 1st Worshop on Furture Intelligent Educational Environments (WOFIEE’12)  at Guanajuato, Mexico, 26 June 2012
  64. Matthew Ball, Vic Callaghan “Explorations of Autonomy”, The 8th International Conference on Intelligent Environments – IE’12, Guanajuato, Mexico, 26-29 June 2012
  65. Victor Callaghan, Ping Zheng, Hsuan-Yi Wu, “An Entrepreneurship Model for Future Intelligent Enducational Environments“, First Workshop on Future Intelligent Educational Environments 2012 (WOFIEE 2012), Guanajuato, Mexico, 26 June 2012
  66. Victor Zamudio, Ping Zheng, Vic Callaghan “Intelligent Business Process Engineering: An Agent Based Model for Understanding and Managing Business Change“, The 8th International Conference on Intelligent Environments – IE’12, Guanajuato, Mexico, 26-29 June 2012
  67. Anasol Peña-Ríos, Vic Callaghan, Michael Gardner, Mohammed J. Alhaddad “Towards the Next Generation Learning Environments: An InterReality Learning Portal and Model“, The 8th International Conference on Intelligent Environments – IE’12, Guanajuato, Mexico, 26-29 June 2012
  68. Teresa Garcia-Valverde, Alberto Garcia-Sola, Hani Hagras, James Dooley, Juan A. Botia, Victor Callaghan and Antonio Gomez-Skarmeta “An Adaptive Learning Fuzzy Logic System for Indoor Localisation using Wi-Fi in Ambient Intelligent Environments“, 2012 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, June 10-15th 20012, Brisbane, Australia
  69. Vic Callaghan, “Buzz-Boarding; Practical Support For Teaching Computing, Based On The Internet-Of-Things” (presentation), 1st Annual Conference on the Aiming for Excellence in STEM Learning and Teaching, Imperial College, London & The Royal Geographical Society, 12-13 April 2012
  70. Leoncio Romero, Victor Zamudio, Rosario Baltazar, Vic Callaghan and Marco Sotelo “A comparison between PSO and MIMIC as strategies for minimizing cyclic instabilities in ambient intelligence“, 5th International Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing and Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI’11), Hotels Grand Palladium Resort & Spa, Riviera Maya, México, December 5-9, 2011
  71. Anasol Peña-Ríos, Vic Callaghan, Michael Gardner, Mohammed J. Alhaddad “Towards the Next Generation Learning Environments: A Mixed Reality Intelligent Learning model“, 8th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Instituto Tecnológico de León, Guanajuato, México, 26-29 June 2012
  72. Teall, E., Wang, M. & Callaghan, V. (2011). “A Synthesis of Current Mobile Learning Guidelines and Frameworks“. In Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2011 (E-Learn 2011) , pp. 443-451, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, October 18-21, 2011, Pub by Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) Chesapeake, VA.
  73. Hsuan-Yi WU, Vic Callaghan “The Spiritual Machine” (Presentation), Creative Science 2011, Nottingham, 26th July 2011
  74. Marc Davies, Vic Callaghan, “Towards Producing Artificial Humans for Intelligent Environments Research”, Intelligent Environments 2011 (IE’11), Nottingham 27-29th July 2011
  75. Matthew Ball, Vic Callaghan, “Perceptions of Autonomy: A Survey of Users’ Opinions Towards Autonomy in Intelligent Environments”, Intelligent Environments 2011 (IE’11), Nottingham 27-29th July 2011
  76. Matthew Ball, Vic Callaghan “Perceptions of Autonomy”, Intelligent Environments 2011 (IE’11), Nottingham 27-29th July 2011
  77. Idham Ananta, Vic Callaghan, Jeannette Chin “Towards an Object Oriented Ambient Computing Model”, Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Ambient Intelligence (AITAmI’11), Nottingham 26th July 2011
  78. James DOOLEY, Vic CALLAGHAN, Hani HAGRAS, Michael GARDNER & Daniyal AL-GHAZZAWI “The Intelligent Classroom: Beyond Four Walls”, Intelligent Campus 2011 (iC’11), Nottingham 26th July 2011
  79. James Dooley, Martin Henson, Vic Callaghan and Hani Hagras, Daniyal Al-Ghazzawi, Areej Malibari, Mohammed, Al-Haddad and Abdullah Al-Malaise Al-Ghamdi “A Formal Model For Space Based Ubiquitous Computing”, Intelligent Environments 2011 (IE’11), Nottingham 27-29th July 2011
  80. Tongzhen Zhang, Vic Callaghan, Ruimin Shen ,and Marc Davies “Virtual Classrooms: Making the Invisible, Visible” (Presentation), Intelligent Campus 2011 (iC’11), Nottingham 26th July 2011
  81. Minjuan WANG, Victor CALLAGHAN, Malcolm LEAR, Martin COLLEY “Teaching Next Generation Computing Skills; The Challenge of Embedded Computing” (Presentation), Intelligent Campus 2011 (iC’11), Nottingham 26th July 2011
  82. Simon EGERTON, Marc DAVIES, Brian JOHNSON, Victor CALLAGHAN, “Jimmy: Searching for Free-Will” (presentation), Creative Science 2011, Nottingham, 26th July 2011
  83. Victor Zamudio, Rosario Baltazar, Miguel Angel Casillas, Emmanuel Amaro, Juan Manuel López , Vic Callaghan Innovative Locking in AmI, Intelligent Environments 2011 (IE’11), Nottingham 27-29th July 2011
  84. Minjuan Wang, Sabine Lawless-Reljic, Marc Davies, Victor Callaghan, Social Presence in Immersive 3D Virtual Learning Environments” (Presentation), International Symposium on Ambient Intelligence 2011, Salamanca, Spain, 6th – 8th April 2011 (ISAMI’11), Springer-Verlag, Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing ISSN 1867-5662
  85. Dana Pavel, Vic Callaghan, Anind K. Dey, “From self monitoring to self understanding; Going beyond physiological sensing for supporting well-being“, Mind Care Workshop 2011 (part of Pervasive Health 2011, Dublin, May 23rd, 2011
  86. D. Pavel, V. Callaghan, A. Dey, “Democratization of healthcare through self-monitoring technologies“. In Pervasive Health 2010 conference, Munich, Germany, March 2010
  87. V. Callaghan, “Tales From a Pod” (presentation). Creative Science 2010 (CS’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 19th of July 2010.
  88. M. Ball, V. Callaghan, M. Gardner, D. Trossen, “Achieving Human-Agent Teamwork In eHealth Based Pervasive Intelligent Environments“. In Pervasive Health 2010 conference, Munich, Germany, March 2010.
  89. A. Bannikova, S. Egerton, V. Callaghan, B. Johnson, M. Shaukata, “Quantum Computing: Non-deterministic controllers for Artificial Intelligent Agents“. 5th International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Ambient Intelligence (AITAmI’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19th of July 2010.
  90. D. Pavel, V. Callaghan, A. Dey, “Looking back in wonder: How self monitoring technologies can help us better understand ourselves“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010
  91. J. Dooley, M. Davies, M. Ball, V. Callaghan, H. Hagras, M. Colley, M. Gardner, “Decloaking Big Brother: Demonstrating Intelligent Environments“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  92. J. Dooley, V. Callaghan, H. Hagras, “Simpleware Device Surrogates: Enabling high-level description & interaction with resource constrained devices“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010
  93. Y. Kovalchuk, V. Callaghan, A Self-Organizing System for Online Maintenance of a Living Organism“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  94. K. Guild, M. Paredes Farrera, R. Martin, R. Almeida, A. Bontozoglou, M. Patel, K. Yang, V. Callaghan, STUDENT: Scenarios, Technologies & Users within the Digital Essex Network Testbed“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  95. M. Davies, V. Callaghan, “iWorlds: Building Mixed Reality Intelligent Environments using Customisable 3D Virtual Worlds” (Presentation), 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  96. M. Ball, V. Callaghan, M. Gardner, “An Adjustable Autonomy Agent for Intelligent Environments“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  97. M. Shaukat, V. Callaghan, “Exploring the Use of Mixed-Reality for the Design & Innovation of Future Ubiquitous Devices & Intelligent Environments” (Presentation), PhD Colloquium, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  98. A.C. Pena-Rios, J.S.Y Chin, V. Callaghan, “A Web Based Approach to Virtual Appliance Creation, Programming and Management” (Presentation), PhD Colloquium, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  99. J. M Lopez, A. Sanchez, V. Zamudio, V. Callaghan, “AVANTI: An Intelligent Vehicle Project as a Catalyst for Education and Business Collaboration and Regional Economic Regeneration“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  100. V. Zamudio, R. Baltazar, M. A. Casillas, V. Callaghan, “c-INPRES: Coupling Analysis Towards Locking Optimization in Ambient Intelligence“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE’10), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 19-21st of July 2010.
  101. V. Zamudio, V. Callaghan, “Complexity and Cyclic Instability in Ambient Intelligence” (abstract). Conference on “Conflict, Complexity and Mathematical Social Science”, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, 7 January 2009.
  102. F.Doctor, H.Hagras, D.Roberts, V.Callaghan, “A.fuzzy based agent for group decision support of applicants ranking within recruitment systems“, IEEE Symposium on Intelligent Agents, 2009 (IA ’09), Nashville (Tennesse, USA), p8 – 15, ISBN 978-1-4244-2767-3, March 30 2009-April 2 2009
  103. D. Pavel, V. Callaghan, A.K.Dey, and M.Gardner, “Supporting Introspective Behaviours Through Technology“, The 5th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, 20-21 July, 2009.
  104. Simon EGERTON, Victor ZAMUDIO, Victor CALLAGHAN, Graham CLARKE, Instability and Irrationality: Destructive and Constructive Services within Intelligent Environments“, The 5th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, 20-21 July, 2009
  105. J Dooley, V Callaghan, H Hagras, P Bull, “Discovering the home“, Second International Conference on the Advanced concepts in: Applications of Digital Information and Web Technologies, ICADIWT ’09. pp494 – 499, 4-6 Aug 2009
  106. F. Doctor, H. Hagras, D. Roberts, V. Callaghan, “A Type-2 Fuzzy Based System for Handling the Uncertainties in Group Decisions for Ranking Job Applicants Within Human Resources Systems”, Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, Hong Kong , pp.481-488, June 2008.
  107. Goumopoulos, C. Kameas, A. Hagras, H. Callaghan, V. Gardner, M. Minker, W.; Weber, M. Bellik, Y. Meliones, A, “ATRACO: Adaptive and Trusted Ambient Ecologies“, in: Second IEEE International Conference on Self-Adaptive and Self-Organizing Systems Workshops (SASOW 2008), pp96 – 101, Venice, 2008. ISBN: 978-0-7695-3553-1.
  108. V. Callaghan, M. Gardner, B. Horan , J. Scott , L. Shen and MJ Wang, A Mixed Reality Teaching and Learning Environment” (presentation). International Conference on Hybrid Learning 2008, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 13-15 August 2008.
  109. V. Zamudio, V. Callaghan, “Coupling Analysis and Instability Prevention in Multi-Agent Systems” (abstract, presentation). CIC 2008: 17th International Conference on Computing jointly with the SMMSS 2008: 1st Symposium on Mathematical Modeling and System Simulation, Mexico City, Mexico, 3-5 December, 2008
  110. Calcanis C, Callaghan V, Gardner M, Walker M, “Towards end-user physiological profiling for video recommendation engines” IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2008, Seattle, 21-22 July 2008.
  111. S Egerton, V Callaghan, G Clarke, “Using Multiple Personas in Service Robots to Improve Exploration Strategies When Mapping New Environments” (presentation), 4th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, 2008 IET, pp 1 – 5, 21-22 July 2008, ISBN: 978-0-86341-894-5
  112. Chin J, Callaghan V, Clarke G, “A Programming-By-Example Approach To Customising Digital Homes” IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2008, Seattle, 21-22 July 2008.
  113. Davies M, Callaghan V, Gardner M, ”Towards A Mixed Reality Intelligent Campus” IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2008, Seattle, 21-22 July 2008.
  114. King, A.M.; Callaghan, V.; Clarke, G, “Using an amorphous computer for visual display applications in intelligent environments“, IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2008, Seattle, 21-22 July 2008
  115. Johnson B, Callaghan V, Gardner G “Bespoke Appliances for the Digital Home” (presentation), IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments 2008, Seattle, 21-22 July 2008.
  116. Davies M, Callaghan V, Shen L “Modelling Pervasive Environments Using Bespoke & Commercial Game-Based Simulators“, 2nd International Conference on Life System Modelling and Simulation (LSMS’07) Shanghai, China, September 14-17 2007
  117. Zamudio V, Callaghan V “A Topologically-Driven Strategy To Prevent Instability in Rule-Based Autonomous Agents“, 3rd IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE 07), Ulm, Germany, September 24 – 25, 2007
  118. Shen L, Leon E, Callaghan V, Shen R “Exploratory Research on an Affective eLearning Model”, International Workshop on Blended Learning 2007 (WBL 07) 15-17 August 2007, University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
  119. Zamudio V, Callaghan V, Preventing Instability in Rule-Based Multi-agent Systems; A Challenge to the Ambient Intelligence Vision‘, First International Conference on New Technologies, Mobility and Security (NTMS’2007), Telecom Paris, France, 2 to 4 May, 2007
  120. Lynch C, Hagras H, Callaghan V “Parallel Type-2 Fuzzy Logic Co-Processors for Engine Management”, IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE 2007), Imperial College, London, UK 23-26 July, 2007
  121. Duman H, Hagras H and Callaghan V “A Fuzzy Based Architecture for Learning Relevant Embedded Agents Associations in Ambient Intelligent Environments”, IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE 2007), Imperial College, London, UK 23-26 July, 2007
  122. Callaghan V, Woods J, Fitz S, Dennis T, Hagras H, Colley M, Henning I, “The Essex iDorm: A Testbed for Exploring Intelligent Energy Usage Technologies in the Home“, Proceeding of the 3rd International Conference on Intelligent Green and Energy Efficient Building & New Technologies, International Convention Centre, Beijing China, 26th-28th March 2007
  123. Hagras H, Pounds-Cornish A, Colley M, Callaghan V, DeSouza G, “A Collaborating Team of Spiking Neural Network Based Robotic Agents for Inaccessible Fluidic Environments” Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Taipei, Taiwan, October 2006
  124. Hagras H, Doctor F, Callaghan V, Lopez A, “Evolving Type-2 Fuzzy Agents for Ambient Intelligent Environments”, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Evolving Fuzzy Systems, Lake District, UK, September 2006
  125. Duman H, Hagras H, Callaghan V, “Intelligent Agents’ Associations Learning in Ubiquitous Computing Environments”, Position Paper, UK-UbiNet Workshop, Department of Computing Imperial College London 10-12 July 2006
  126. Rukzio E (University of Munich, DE); Leichtenstern K (University of Augsburg, DE); Callaghan K; Holleis P (University of Munich, DE); Schmidt A (University of Munich, DE); Chin J “An Experimental Comparison of Physical Mobile Interaction Techniques: Touching, Pointing and Scanning” (presentation), 8th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (UBICOMP 2006), Irvine, California, Sept 2006
  127. Chin J, Callaghan V. Clarke G,”An End User Tool for Customising Personal Spaces in Ubiquitous Environments” (CFP), IEEE the 3rd International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC-06), Wuhan and Three Gorges, China, 3-6 September 2006
  128. Rivera-Illingworth F, Callaghan V, Hagras H, “Automated Discovery of Human Activites inside Pervasive Living Spaces” The First IEEE International Symposium on Pervasive Computing and Applications(SPCA06), August 3-5, 2006, Urumchi, Xinjiang, P.R. China.
  129. Chin, J.S.Y., Callaghan,V., Clarke,G., A Pervasive Computing Programming Approach for Non-Technical Users‘, The IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Services, The First IEEE International Symposium on Pervasive Computing and Applications(SPCA06), August 3-5, 2006, Urumchi, Xinjiang, P.R. China
  130. Chin J.S, Callaghan V., Clarke G.,”An End-User Programming Paradigm for Pervasive Computing Applications“, The IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Services, Lyon, France, 26-29 June 2006
  131. Zamudio, V., Callaghan, V “Unwanted Periodic Behaviour in Pervasive Computing Environments” The IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Services ICPS06 Lyon, France, 26-29 June 2006.
  132. Leichtenstern K., Rukzio E., Callaghan V., Chin J., Schmidt A., “Mobile Interaction in Smart Environments“, The 4th International Conference on Pervasive Computing, Dublin, Ireland, 07-10 May, 2006
  133. Lynch C, Hagras H, Callaghan V, “Using Uncertainty Bounds in the Design of an Embedded Real-Time Type-2 Neuro-Fuzzy Speed Controller for Marine Diesel Engines”, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, Vancouver, Canada, July 2006. (Awarded best student paper).
  134. Doctor F, Hagras H, Callaghan V, “Life Long Learning Approach for Type-2 Fuzzy Embedded Agents in Ambient Intelligent Environments”, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, Vancouver, Canada, July 2006.
  135. C.Lynch. H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, “Embedded Interval Type-2 Neuro-Fuzzy Speed Controller for Marine Diesel Engines”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Processing and Management of Uncertainty in Knowledge-Based Systems (IPMU 2006), Paris, France, July 2006.
  136. F. Rivera-Illingworth, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan “Towards the detection of temporal behavioural patterns in intelligent environments”, Proceedings of the 2nd IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments (IE06), pp 51 – 59, Athens, Greece, July 2006, ISBN: 978-0-86341-663-7
  137. J. Dooley, V. Callaghan, H. Hagras, P. Bull, D. Rohlfin “Ambient intelligence – Knowledge representation, processing and distribution in intelligent inhabited environments”, Proceedings of the IET International Conference on Intelligent Environments, Athens, Greece, July 2006
  138. E. Leon, G. Clarke, F. Sepulveda, V. Callaghan ‘Real-time Physiological Emotion Detection Mechanisms: Effects of Exercise and Affect Intensity‘ 27th Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Shanghai, pp. 4719-4722, September 1-4, 2005
  139. Shahi A, Callaghan V, Gardner M “Introducing Personal Operating Spaces For Ubiquitous Computing Environments“, PERVASIVE 2005, 8-13 May, 2005, Munich, Germany
  140. Chin JSY, Callaghan V,Colley M, Hagras H, Clarke G, “End-User Programming in Pervasive Computing Environments“, The 2005 International Conference on Pervasive Systems and Computing PSC-05, Monte Carlo Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 27-30, June, 2005
  141. J Chin, V. Callaghan, M. Colley, H. Hagras, G. Clarke, “Virtual Appliances for Pervasive Computing: A Deconstructionist, Ontology based, Programming-By-Example Approach“, In Proceedings of the 2005 IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, Colchester (IE05), Colchester, UK, 28-29th June 2005.
  142. Leon E, Clarke G, Callaghan V; “Towards a robust real-time emotion detection system for intelligent buildings”. Proceedings of the 2005 IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, Colchester (IE05), Colchester, UK, 28-29th June 2005
  143. King A, Callaghan V, Clarke G “Problems Developing an Amorphous Computer as an Intelligent Skin for Pervasive Computing“, Proceedings of the 2005 IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, Colchester (IE05), Colchester, UK, 28-29th June 2005
  144. Adam King, Graham Clarke, Victor Callaghan, “Deus Ex Machina; Engineering Emergence in an Amorphous Computer“, Presented in special session at Intelligent Environments 2005 (IE’05), Colchester, UK, 28-29 June 2005
  145. Basu J, Callaghan V “Towards a Trust Based Approach to Security and User Confidence in Pervasive Computing Systems“, Proceedings of the 2005 IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, Colchester (IE05), Colchester, UK, 28-29th June 2005.
  146. Shahi A, Gardner M, Callaghan V “Supporting Mobile Sessions Across Pervasive Smart Space Environments“, IE05 Proceedings of the 2005 IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, Colchester (IE05), Colchester, UK, 28-29th June 2005
  147. F. Rivera-Illingworth, V. Callaghan and H. Hagras, “A Neural Network Agent Based Approach to Activity Detection in AmI Environments”,Proceedings of the IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, pp. 92-100, Colchester, UK, June 2005
  148. H. Hagras, M. Colley, V. Callaghan, “Collaborating Multi Robotic Agents for Operations in Inaccessible Environments”, Proceedings of the IEE Forum on Autonomous Systems, London, UK, November 2005.
  149. Limb R, Armitage S, Chin J, Kalawsky R, Callaghan V, Bull P, Colley M, Hagras H., “User Interaction in a Shared Information Space – a Pervasive Environment for the Home”, Proceedings of the IEE Workshop on Perspectives in Pervasive Computing, London, UK,25 October 2005.
  150. A. López , F. Doctor, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, D. Álvarez, “A Type-2-based Fuzzy Logic Control Architecture for Ambient Intelligent Environments”, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Ubiquitous Computing & Ambient Intelligence (UCAmI’05), Granada, Spain, September 2005.
  151. A. López, D. Álvarez, F. Doctor, H. Hagras and V. Callaghan, “A Comparison of some Data-Based Methods for the Off-Line Generation of Fuzzy Logic Controllers for an Intelligent Building Environment”, Proceedings of the IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, pp. 109-116, Colchester, UK, June 2005.
  152. C. Lynch, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, Embedded Type-2 FLC for the Speed Control of Marine and Traction Diesel Engines”, Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, pp.347-353, Reno, USA, May 2005
  153. Zamudio, V., Callaghan, V., Chin, J. “A Multi-Dimensional Model for Task Representation and Allocation in Intelligent Environments” (ID-166 – Session WS2-7: Smart Computing, Tues December 6, 2005), Proceedings of The Second International Symposium on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Smart Worlds. Nagasaki, Japan, 6-7 December, 2005
  154. H. Hagras, A. Pounds-Cornish, M.Colley, V.Callaghan, G. Clarke, “Evolving Spiking Neural Network Controllers for Autonomous Robots”, Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, pp. 4620- 4626, New Orleans, USA, April 2004
  155. Egerton S, Callaghan V “I Spatially Integrate Therefore I am … Lost? ; A Benchmark Measuring Environment Modelling Performance”, 5th IFAC Symposium on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles (IAV 2004), Lisbon, 5 to 7 July 2004
  156. F. Doctor, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, “A Type-2 Fuzzy Embedded Agent For Ubiquitous Computing Environments, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems, pp. 1105-1110, Budapest, Hungary, July 2004.
  157. F. Doctor, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, A. Lopez, “An Adaptive Fuzzy Learning Mechanism for Intelligent Agents in Ubiquitous Computing Environments”, Proceedings of the 2004 World Automation Conference, pp. 101-106, Seville, Spain, July 2004.
  158. E. Leon, G. Clarke, F. Sepulveda, V. Callaghan (2004) ‘Optimised Attribute Selection for Emotion Classification Using Physiological Signals‘. Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, San Francisco, p184 – 187, 1-4th Sept 2004
  159. Stephen Bellis, David Murphy, David Harty, John Barton, Brendan O’Flynn, Kieran Delaney, Cian O’Mathuna, Nicholas Drossos, Achilles Kameas, Irene Mavrommatti, Anthony Pounds-Cornish, Arran Holmes, Martin Colley,Vic Callaghan, “Medical eGadgets” Ubicomp 2004, Sept 7-10, 2004, Nottingham, England
  160. J. Chin, V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, H. Hagras, M. Colley, “Pervasive Computing and Urban Development: Issues for the individual and Society”, (presentation, description and report of the event), Proceedings of the International Research Foundation for Development (IRFD): UN-Habitat World Urban Forum, The Role of Cities in the Information Age, Barcelona, Spain, September 13-17th 2004. This paper is significant in that it is the earliest Essex template of what was to become Science-Fiction Prototyping (SFP) (see history of Creative Science) and the earliest Essex attempt to raise privacy concerns related to the then emerging areas of pervasive computing, ubiquitous computing,  Internet-of-Things and Intelligent Environments.
  161. A. Lopez, F. Doctor, L. Sanchez, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, “An evolutionary algorithm for the off-line data driven generation of controllers for intelligent building”, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp.42-48, The Hague, Holland, October 2004.
  162. M. Colley, G, De Souza, H. Hagras, A. Pounds-Cornish, G. Clarke, V. Callaghan, Towards Developing Micro-scale Robots For Inaccessible Fluidic Environments“, Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp.5279-5285, The Hague, Holland, October 2004.
  163. F. Rivera-Illingworth, V. Callaghan, H. Hagras, “A Neuro-Fuzzy Embedded Agent Based Approach for Abnormal Behaviour Detection in Intelligent Environments”(abstract), Proceedings of IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, pp.3565-3571, The Hague, Holland, October 2004.
  164. Egerton S, Callaghan V “A Benchmark Measuring Environment For Modelling Mobile Robot Navigation Performance” IEEE Conference On Robotics, Automation And Mechatronics (RAM),Singapore, December 1-3, 2004
  165. E. Leon, G. Clarke, F. Sepulveda, V. Callaghan (2004) ‘Neural Network-Based Improvement in Class Separation of Physiological Signals’. Proceedings of the 2004 IEEE Conference on Cybernetic and Intelligent Systems, p724 – 728. Singapore, 1-3 Dec 2004
  166. S. Bellis, K. Razeeb, C. Saha, K. Delaney, C. O’Mathuna, A. Pounds-Cornish, G. De Souza, M. Colley, H. Hagras, G. Clarke, V. Callaghan, C. Argyropoulos,G. Nikiforidis, “FPGA Implementation of Spiking Neural Networks – an Initial Step towards Building Tangible Collaborative Autonomous Agents”, Proceedings of the International Conference on Field-Programmable Technology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, pp. 449-452, December, 2004.
  167. Chin J, Callaghan V., ‘Embedded-Internet Devices: A Means of Realising the Pervasive Computing Vision‘, Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference WWW/Internet 2003, ICWI 2003, Algarve Portugal, 2003
  168. H. Duman, V. Callaghan, H. Hagras, M. Colley, G. Clarke, Z. Bien, H. Lee, Y. Kim “A Multi-Agent Pervasive Computing Architecture For Geographically Dispersed Care Environments”, Proceedings of the 10th International Fuzzy Systems Association World Congress (IFSA 2003), Istanbul, Turkey 2003.
  169. H. Duman, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, G. Clarke and M. Colley, “Intelligent Association in Agent-based Ubiquitous Computing Environments“(presentation), Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems, Muju, Korea, 2002.
  170. H. Duman, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, “A Soft-Computing based Approach to Intelligent Association in Agent-Based Ambient-Intelligence Environments“, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Recent Advances on Soft Computing, pp. 387-393, Nottingham, UK, 2002.
  171. H. Hagras, M. Colley, V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, H. Duman, A. Holmes, “A Fuzzy Incremental Synchronous Learning Technique for Embedded Agents Learning and Control in Intelligent Inhabited Environments“, Proceedings of the 2002 IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy systems, pp. 139-145, Hawaii, USA, 2002
  172. Callaghan V, Holmes A, Pounds-Cornish A , Chin JSY, Clarke G, Hagras H, Colley M, Duman H, “Intelligent Inhabited Environment as Location Based Services“(presentation), IEE First European Workshop on Location Based Services, London, 16 September 2002.
  173. H. Hagras, M. Colley, V. Callaghan, “Life Long Learning and Adaptation for Embedded agents operating in unstructured Environments”, Proceedings of the Joint 9th IFSA World Congress and 20th NAFIPS International Conference (mini-track on genetic fuzzy systems: new developments), Vancouver, Canada, pp.1547-1553, July 2001.
  174. V. Callaghan, M. Colley M, G. Clarke G, H. Hagras, “The Cognitive Disappearance of the Computer: Intelligent Artifacts and Embedded Agents” (or short version and workshop CFP) Proceedings of the i3 2001, workshop WS4 on Cognitive Versus Physical Disappearance, Porto, Portugal, April 2001
  175. V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, M. Colley and H. Hagras, “Embedding Intelligence: Research Issues for Ubiquitous Computing” (workshop abstracts plus programme), Proceedings of the 1st Equator IRC Workshop on Ubiquitous Computing, 13-14 Sept 2001, Nottingham UK
  176. M. Colley, G. Clarke, H. Hagras, V. Callaghan, “Integrated Intelligent Environments: Cooperative Robotics & Buildings“, Proceedings of the 32nd International Symposium on Robotics and Automation (ISR 2001), pp. 745-750, Seoul, Korea, 19-21 April 2001
  177. A.Reyes, A. Barba, V.Callaghan, G.Clarke, “The Integration of Wireless, Wired Access and Embedded Agents in Intelligent Buildings“, SCI 2001, The 5th World Multi-Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, Orlando, Florida, July 22-25, 2001
  178. Graham Clarke, Anthony Pounds-Cornish, Victor Callaghan, “Intelligent Habitats and the Future: The Interaction of People, Agents and Environmental Artifacts“, 4S/EASST Conference on Technoscience, Citizenship and Culture in the 21st Century , Vienna, 26-28th September 2000
  179. F. Cayci, V.Callaghan, G.Clarke “A Distributed Intelligent Building Agent Language (DIBAL)“, 6h International Conference on Information Systems Analysis and Synthesis (ISAS 2000), Orlando, Florida, July 2000
  180. V. Callaghan, G. Clarke, A.Pounds-Cornish, S.Sharples, “Buildings as Intelligent Autonomous Systems: A Model for Integrating Personal and Building Agents“, 6th International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS’06), Venice, Italy, July 25-27 2000
  181. Stavroulakis S, Callaghan V, Spacek L. “A Multi Agent Approach to Machine Vision” EXPO 2000: Shaping the Future, Hanover, Germany, July 11-13th 2000
  182. Egerton S, Callaghan V, “From Mammals to Machines: Towards A Biologically Inspired Mapping Model For Autonomous Mobile Robots” The 6th International Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Systems (IAS-6), Venice, Italy, July 25 – 27, 2000
  183. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M, Clarke G “A Hierarchical Fuzzy Genetic Agent Architecture for Intelligent Buildings Sensing and Control” (presentation), RASC 2000 – International Conference on Recent Advances in Soft Computing June 29 & 30 2000, Leicester, UK
  184. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M “A Fuzzy-Genetic Technique For Online Learning, Adaptation And Control For Flying Robots And Dynamic Environments”, 3rd international conference on non-linear problems in aviation and aerospace, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida, USA, May 10-12, 2000
  185. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M, “Online Learning of Fuzzy Behaviour Coordination for Autonomous Agents using Genetic Algorithms and Real-time Interaction with the environment”, IEEE International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (Fuzzy2000), San Antonia, Texas, USA, 7-10 May, 2000
  186. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley M “On-Line Learning of the Sensors Fuzzy Membership Functions in Autonomous Mobile Robots” IEEE International Congress on Robotics and Automation (ICRA2000), San Francisco, April 2000
  187. Callaghan,V, Clarke,G.S., Sharples,S., ‘Buildings as Intelligent Machines‘, IEE Colloquium (Control Division) on Intelligent Buildings, Savoy Place, London, 17th November 1999
  188. Martin P, Callaghan V, Clark A, “High Performance Distributed Objects using Caching Proxies for Large-Scale Applications”, International Symposium on Distributed Objects and Applications (DOA’99), Edinburgh, Scotland. 5-6th September 1999
  189. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley, M, “Online Learning of Robotic Fuzzy Behaviours Using Genetic Algorithms through Interaction with the Environment“, The 8th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ-IEEE’99), Seoul, Korea, August 22-25, 1999
  190. Carson J, Hunter J., Colley M., Callaghan V. “Component Based Simulation Of Underwater Vehicles Using The High Level Architecture”, Proc. 1999 Summer Computer Simulation Conference July 11-15 1999, Chicago, Illinois
  191. Hunter J, Carson J, Colley M, Callaghan V, Standeven J “Object-Oriented Frameworks for Distributed, Fine-Grained Simulation of Underwater Vehicles”, Proc. 13th European Simulation Multi-conference, Warsaw, Poland, June 1-4 1999
  192. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley, M, “Developing an Outdoor Fuzzy Logic Controlled Agricultural Vehicle for Crop Following and Harvesting”, 3rd International ICSC Symposium on Intelligent Industrial Automation in Genova, Italy 1-4 June 1999
  193. Hagras H, Callaghan V, Colley, M, Carr-West, M, “A Fuzzy-Genetic Based Embedded-Agent Approach to Learning and Control in Agricultural Autonomous Vehicles, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation. May 10-15th 1999. Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A
  194. Hunter J, Colley M, Callaghan V, Standeven J. “Object-Orientated Frameworks for Distributed, Fine-grained Simulation of Underwater Vehicles”, Proc. UKSIM99, Cambridge, UK April 7-9 1999
  195. Sharples S, Callaghan V, Clarke G, “A Multi-Agent Architecture For Intelligent Building Sensing and Control“, Int’l Sensor Review Journal, Vol 19. No. 2., pp.135-140, May 1999
  196. Hunter J, Carson J, Colley M, Callaghan V, Standeven J. “Object-Oriented Framework for Distribution Simulation” SPIE 13th Annual International Symposium on Aerospace/Defence Sensing, Simulation and Controls. 5-9 April 1999 Marriott’s Orlando World Center Resort, USA
  197. Egerton S, Callaghan V, “A Robust Modular Multi-Representational Mapping Model”, 2nd UK mobile robotics conference, Towards Intelligent Mobile Robots, 26th March 1999 in Bristol.
  198. Egerton S, Callaghan V, Chernett P “A Robust Multi-Representational Approach to Autonomous Mobile Robot Navigation”, International Conference on Computational Intelligence for Modelling, Control and Automation, Vienna-Austria 17-19 February 1999
  199. Hagras H, Callaghan, V, Colley, M, Carr-West, M, “A Behaviour based Hierarchical Fuzzy Control Architecture for Agricultural Autonomous Mobile Robots”, International Conference on Computational Intelligence For Modelling, Control and Automation, Vienna- Austria 17-19 February 1999
  200. Sharples S, Callaghan V, Clarke G, “The Application of Intelligent Building Techniques to Care Service Provision” (supporting poster), IEE Colloquium on Intelligent Methods in Healthcare and Medicine, York. Oct 1998
  201. Hagras H, Callaghan, V, Colley, M, Carr-West, M, “A Behaviour Based Hierarchical Fuzzy Control Architecture For Agricultural Real Time Autonomous Mobile Robots“, 10th Euromicro Workshop On Real Time Systems Madrid 98
  202. Martin, P, Callaghan V, Clark, A, “DC+1: An Approach to Automated Application Partitioning and Distribution Transparency“, Parallel and Distributed Computing Systems Conf, (PDCS 98) Las Vegas, Nevada, October 1998
  203. Hagras, H, Callaghan V, Colley, M, Developing a Fuzzy Logic Controlled Agricultural Vehicle” in Third International Conference of Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing pp. 9-16. Wiesbaden , Germany Oct 5-7th 1998
  204. Lane, D, Callaghan V, Colley M, Chernett P, Duffy N, Edwards I, Evans J, Falconer G, Herd J, Hunter J, Penrose J, Randall G, Smith, D, Smith J, Standeven J, Whittaker G, Wood A, “Mixing Simulated and Real Subsystems for Subsea Robot Development” , in Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. Oceans 98, pp. 1382-1386. Nice, France, October 1998.
  205. Colley M. Callaghan, V, Hunter, J, Standeven, J, ”Object-Oriented Framework for Distribution Simulation”, SPIE 13th Annual International Symposium on Aerospace/Defence Sensing, Simulation and Controls. 5-9 April. 1998 Orlando, USA
  206. Chernett P, Callaghan V, Colley M, Standeven J, “SPREAD- A Distributed Simulation Toolkit“, Proc 29th Int. Symp. Robotics, April 1998, Birmingham, UK
  207. Egerton S, Callaghan V, Chernett P, “A Robust Navigation Model for an Autonomous Mobile Robot in Proc. IAV98 3rd IFAC Int. Symp. On Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles, Madrid, Spain, pp. 445-449, March 1998
  208. Chernett P, Colley M, Callaghan V “Processing Modules for Hybrid, Real-Time, Distributed Robot Architectures“, Proc SPIE Intelligent Systems and Automated Manufacturing, Pittsburgh, USA Oct 1997
  209. Clarke G, Callaghan V “Intelligent Buildings: Opportunities For The Integration of Architecture and Computing“, a short article written in April 1997 for the “Architects’ Journal” to seek synergy between IT and Building Technology.
  210. Callaghan V, Chernett P, Lyons D, “The Brooker Laboratory for Intelligent Embedded Systems, in Improving the Quality of Teaching and Learning in Computing, published by SEDA, July 95, pp11-25
  211. Callaghan V, Chernett P, Ching C “VirtualRobots: A Model for Distributed IAV Simulation“, presented at the 3rd Int. Symp. on Intelligent Robotics Systems, Pisa, Italy, 10-14 July 1995
  212. Voudouris C, Callaghan V, Chernett P, Wang C, “Fuzzy Hierarchical Control for Autonomous Vehicles“, 2nd IFAC Conference on Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles, Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo, Finland, June 12-14, 1995
  213. Stevens J, Callaghan V, Spacek L, Chernett P “Sentinel: A Security Robot“, presented at Control of Remotely Operated Systems: Tele-assistance and Telepresence, IEE, London, 12th May 1995
  214. Callaghan V, Chernett P, Wang C “A Robotics Based Teaching Environment for Computer Science” IEE Robotics and Education Colloquium, London, April 7th 1995.
  215. Wang C, Callaghan V, Tang K.H., Han J.S., “Experiments on Chinese Character Recognition Using MVL Neural Models, 1994 International Symposium on Artificial Neural Networks, Dec. 15 -17th Tainan, Taiwan, Republic of China
  216. Voudouris C, Callaghan V, Chernett P, Wang C “Hierarchical Behavioural Control for Autonomous Vehicles“, International Workshop on Intelligent Robotics Systems 94, Grenoble, France 11-15th July 1994
  217. Freeman S, Spacek L, Callaghan V, Chernett P “A Programmable-Logic Based Multiprocessor Engine for Real-Time Vision Pre-processing“, IEE colloquium on High Performance Applications of Parallel Architecture, London, 1st February 1994, pp3.1- 3.6

Technical Reports and Other Documents

  1. Diego Douglas d’AULIGNAC, Victor Callaghan, Simon Lucas “Vision based interaction with virtual worlds for the design of robot controllers Essex University, Intelligent Environments, Technical Report No 326, May 1997.
  2. Callaghan V “Intelligent Buildings a Computer Science View“, Royal Institute of British Architects meeting, April 1998
  3. Sue Sharples, Vic Callaghan, Graham Clarke, “An Agent Based Approach To Intelligent Buildings & Care Service Provision“, Essex University, Intelligent Environments,Technical Report, November 1998
  4. Vic Callaghan & Graham Clarke, “An Anatomy of Intelligent Buildings – A Discussion Primer“, Essex University Seminar “Shall We Spawn a Formal Intelligent Environment Research Group from our established robotics research?” – 25th March 1998
  5. Vic Callaghan & Graham Clarke “Introduction to the Intelligent Buildings Group & Ideas“, Essex University Computer Science Agent Seminar – 23 Nov 98 (this was a departmental seminar where Graham and Vic presented their ideas for the new Intelligent Buildings Group and research)
  6. Victor Callaghan, Graham Clarke, Martin Colley, Hani Hagras, Anthony Pounds-Cornish, Arran Holmes, Hakan Duman, Jeannette Chin, “Towards the Realisation of Ambient Intelligence: An Embedded-Agent Approach to Ubiquitous Computing“, Essex University, Intelligent Environments, Technical Report, April 2002.
  7. Adam King, Victor Callaghan,, Graham Clarke, “Developing Intelligent Surfaces for Pervasive Computing – Architectural Issues“, Essex University, Intelligent Environments, Technical Report,, July 2005

A Few Historically Interesting Papers & Documents

  1. Sue Sharples, Vic Callaghan, Graham Clarke, (1999) “A Multi-Agent Architecture For Intelligent Building Sensing and Control”,  Sensor Review (Journal), Vol. 19 Issue: 2, pp.135-140, Published by MCB UP Ltd (Emerald), https://doi.org/10.1108/02602289910266278. This is the oldest paper we can trace from the then newly formed Essex Intelligent Inhabited Environments Group. Its notable as its the first work we know of that proposed applying behaviour-based artificial intelligence architecture to manage smart spaces (eg smart-homes, smart-cars, smart-cities etc) and the Internet-of-Things related technologies. In particular, it identified the basic set of behaviours needed by artificial intelligence systems to manage technology-controlled living spaces, which remain the fundemental building blocks modern smart technologies. In addition, it coined the term ’embedded-agents’.
  2. Callaghan V, Barker K, SAS – an experimental tool for dynamic program structure acquisition and analysis“, Elsevier, Journal of Microcomputer Applications, Volume 5, Issue 3, July 1982, Pages 209-223, ISSN 0745-7138, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/0745-7138(82)90003-3. (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0745713882900033). This paper described an experimental tool, SAS (Software Analysis System) which was been developed to enable dynamic program structure acquisition and analysis (profiling of the behaviour of computer processors and software) to be undertaken in real-time, as a computer program executed. The system uses a universal hardware extraction technique to obtain branch vectors plus some mathematical techniques for post processing the data to extract usage profiles and software complexity. In this way it eleiminated the gap between theoretical predictions and real-world behaviour.
  3. Callaghan V “Techniques for the Analysis and Visualisation of Microprocessor Software Structures“, PhD Thesis, Sheffield University, November 1982 (supervised by Dr Keith Barker & Dr  Doug Thomsitt, Internal examiner Prof Frank Benson, external examiner Prof Mike Sterling).
  4. Gwyn Rowley, Keith Barker, Victor Callaghan, “The Questronic Project and the Ferranti MRT 100; A Boon For Survey Research“, Taylor & Francis, The Professional Geographer, Volume 37, Issue 4, 1985. 459-463, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/j.0033-0124.1985.00459.x. A paper describing the first use of computers to collect social science and market research data n the field (the forerunner of the The Ferranti MRT)  using bespoke portable computers (an approach that predates the generations of handhelds that followed).
  5. Gwyn Rowley, Keith Barker, Victor Callaghan, (1986) “The Market Research Terminal & Developments in Survey Research“, European Journal of Marketing, Vol. 20 Issue: 2, pp.35 – 39. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000004635.  A second paper that describes the first use of computers to collect social science and market research data n the field (the forerunner of the The Ferranti MRT) i using bespoke portable computers (an approach that predates the generations of handhelds that followed)
  6. I.L. Freeston, V.L. Callaghan and N.D. Russel “A Portable Navigation Aid For The Blind“, in Frontiers of Engineering and Computing in Health Care1984: Proceedings, Sixth Annual Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Los Angeles Hilton Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, 15-17 September 1984, pp. 247-249 (see scopus reference). This paper describes a wearable (portable) inertial navigation system, primarily aimed at helping people with various forms of vision blindness to navigate unfamiliar environments. There were two version, the first used the inertia of mercury to switch an electrical circuit and count steps, the second used electro-magnetic inertia (via an electrical meter movement), along with double integrals, to calculate distance travelled. Both referenced an internally stored digital representation of journey routes. and utilised error correction from synchronising with environmental waypoints. The early version provided directions via coded audio signals while the second version used simple voice synthesis.  This was work predates today’s sat-nav and WiFi triangulation systems and, in comparison, was relatively simple, cheap but less accurate crude compared to today’s sophisticated portable personal devices but was effective in achieving its less generalised navigation aims. The first version was created by a third year student, Nick Russel, the second by another third year student (the name has gone from my memory but if either of you read this, please get in contact).

Patent Applications:

  1. Mixed Reality System G.B Patent WO2017055829 A1, issued April 6, 2016
  2. Genetic-Fuzzy Controller, UK No 99 10539.7
  3. Portable Personal Navigation Aid – UK Patent No: GB 2147701
  4. Data Recording Technique and Apparatus (Market Research Terminal) – GB19820022834, WO1983GB00195
  5. Pervasive Interactive Programming – UK Patent No: GB 0523246.7
  6. System for Real-time Analysis of Physiological Signals – UK patent number GB 0611762.6
  7. Autonomous Agent Instability Avoidance Mechanism – UK Patent No: GB 0624827.2
  8. A Pertubation Store & Guidance Mechanism (configuring physical states as machine readable IDs)

A Few Interesting Related Documents

  1. An article “A New Doorway into Time” written by Brian David Johnson (Intel’s Futurist) this describes efforts to extend Science-Fiction Prototyping into business innovation and motivating K12 students to study STEM topics.
  2. An SFP by the Irish creative-writing guru Jen O’Connor called “The Pain Gods
  3. A History of Intelligent Environment Conferences (an invited talk presented by Gordon Hunter on the 4th July 2014 at  the 10th Intelligent Environment conference held in Shanghai Jiaotong University, China)
  4. Some thoughts about the future of intelligent buildings and smart transportation” by Peng Liu and Shumei Zhanga from Shijiazhuang University, China was presented at Creative Science 2014 in Shanghai on 30th June 2014. It is an example of one output arising from an experiment in Shijiazhuang University China to teach “Computer English” (technical English) at university level using Science-Fiction Prototyping. In addition to providing an effective language learning tool, SFP sought to  inspire students to study STEM topics. The rational and broader description of the experiments are described in a companion paper presented at Intelligent Environments 2014 entitled ” Using Science-fiction Prototyping as a Means to Motivate Learning of STEM Topics and Foreign Languages“.
  5. Imagination Workshops: An Empirical Exploration of SFP for Technology-based Business Innovation“, by Hsuan-Yi Wu in  Futures (Special issues Exploring Future Business Visions Using Creative Fictional Prototypes), Volume 50, , Pages 44–55, June 2013. In addition to explaining the methodology for conducting Science-Fiction Prototyping, this paper provides an example of how the approach was used for product innovation by a company to launch a new range of novel appliances; the ImmersStation & ImmersaVU virtual reality shells.
  6. An Empirical Study of UK Living labs” by Hsuan-Yi WU of the Institute of Business Administration, National Taiwan University. This is a comparative analysis of fifteen UK living labs registered as members of European Network of Living labs, including a detailed description of the Essex University facilities (eg iSpace, iClassroom, iDesk,,iCampus and iWorld).
  7. The Tomorrow Project: Making the Future” by Justin Mullins in ARC 1.1. This is a New Scientist magazine called ARC that uses SciFi to discuss the future. In particualr, the named article addresses some specualtive work I have been doing with Intel concerning the use of SciFi as an innovtion tool for science and engineering research.
  8. Tom Simonite, “Emotion-aware teaching software tracks student attention” (pdf), New Scientist, 5th January 2007. This was an article that reported on a collaborative research project investigating ‘ affective Learning work’ that Dr Liping Shen and I  started in 2007 when spent around 4 months working with me in Essex University. There is also a Euronews report (video) on this work. What a productive 4 months that was!
  9. User Experience of Intelligent Buildings; A User-Centred Research Framework” by Deborah DiDuca & Joy Van Helvert published in IE05. This is one of the earliest Essex paper discussing sociology applied to Inhabited Intelligent Environments. Debbie wrote the original Essex Digital Lifstyle proposal (with Vic); when she left Michael Gardner took this on.
  10. The opening of the University of the original robotics lab at Essex University is reported in this article in Wyvern and this article in Square-1, a development  that ultimately led to Essex becoming the premiere mobile robotic facility in Europe.
  11. Robotics and Intelligent Machines – a 1998 feature in the magazine “Focus” on the Brooker Laboratory (featuring Adrian Simmonds with a very young looking Prof Hani Hagras).
  12. Farm Robot Unveiled – This is an article in the Essex University in-house newspaper announcing a collaborative project between Writtle Agricultural College and the University of Essex (the inter-personnel relationships in this project were instrumental in opening up discussions on the institutional relationship that developed between Writtle Agricultural College and Essex University – but that is another story!)
  13. Two 2005 articles from the in-house Essex University newspaper, Wyvern, describing the opening of the then new Essex iSpace (at that stage called the iDorm2, after the orginal iDorm1). The first is a February 2005 article looking a ahead to the opening, the second a July 2005 article written in the month the iSpace was opened.
  14. The iDorm – a Practical Deployment of Grid Technology” by Anthony Pounds-Cornish and Arran Holmes, 2nd IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid (CCGrid2002), May 21-24 2002, Berlin, Germany. An early description of the original Essex iDorm.
  15. The iDorm: Gateway to Heterogeneous Networking Environments“(presentation) by Arran Holmes, Hakan Duman and Anthony Pounds-Cornish, the International ITEA Workshop on Virtual Home Environments organised by the VHE Middleware Consortium, Paderborn, Germany, February 20-21st, 2002. An early description of the original Essex iDorm
  16. A variety of newspaper articles on the early IEG work; a 2002 article in the Essex County Standard, a 2002 article in The East Anglian Times, a 2003 article in the Colchester Evening Gazzette, a 2002 article in Dialog (The magazine of Castorama, a French DIY chain and subsidary of the Kinfisher Group that own B&Q), and 2002 article of unknown publisher.
  17. G S Clarke Intelligent Environments“, some thoughts (an essay) 13-11-08
  18. Graham S Clarke, “Rethinking the intelligent building paradigm; A discussion document“, Essex Technical Report September 2008
  19. Vic Callaghan, “CAP metrics as an aid to image file format selection“, Essex Technical Report July 1993
  20. Sleeping with Agents – What will Computer Scientists do in the name of Science“, Article from University of Essex “Wyvern” magazine May/June 2002
  21. Vic’s Google Scholar Link

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