Professor Sutcliffe investigates human-computer interaction (HCI) in knowledge representation, cognitive modelling, design methodologies for multimedia and VR systems, and visual HCI. He also researches into software engineering on issues including requirements engineering and analysis, software re-use, structured development methods and business process design. Industrial collaborators include ERA Technology and the Metropolitan Police, as well as Marconi Electronic and Naval Systems. His doctoral students work on design of visual HCI for information browsing and retrieval, and on architectures and models for re-usable user interfaces.
Recent projects include:
- DUMAS: Dynamic Universal Mobility for Adaptive Speech interface
- SIMP: Systems Integration for Major Projects
- ISRE: Immersive Scenario-based Requirements Engineering