Dr Graham Winstanley
Computing, Engineering and Mathematics
Telephone: +44 (0)1273 642432
My role within the School of Computing Mathematical and Information Sciences involves me in a wide range of activities, including research leadership, personal research in AI and AI planning, the development and delivery of AI-related courses, and other administrative tasks related to teaching, research and the school infrastructure. I lead the Computational Intelligence Group (CIG) within the school, and provide leadership to the faculty's core teaching modules in AI.
Publications from the document repository
PIROOZFAR, AMIR, ADEYEYE, OLUWAKEMI, Rosenkind, Micah and WINSTANLEY, GRAHAM (2013) A co-creation platform for post-occupancy decision support Journal of Facilities Management, 11 (2). ISSN 1472-5967
PIROOZFAR, AMIR, ADEYEYE, OLUWAKEMI, Rosenkind, Micah and WINSTANLEY, GRAHAM (2012) Co-creation of knowledge and value for post-occupancy decision making In: 7th international conference on innovation in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), The Brazilian British Centre, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 15-17 August, 2012.
Rosenkind, Micah, ADEYEYE, OLUWAKEMI, PIROOZFAR, AMIR and WINSTANLEY, GRAHAM (2012) The design process of a post-occupancy decision toolkit (PODIT) In: 7th international conference on innovation in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), The Brazilian British Centre, São Paulo, Brazil, 15-17 August 2012.
Al-Shehab, A., Al-Fozan, Thalaya, Montibeller, Gilberto, Hughes, R. and Winstanley, G. (2009) Structuring risk in e-government development projects using a causal model In: 9th European Conference on e-Government, 29-30 June, 2009, London, UK.
Blake, A.L., Winstanley, G. and Wilkinson, W.P. (2009) Deriving Displacement from 3-Axis Accelerometers In: Computer Games, Multimedia & Allied Technology, May 2009, Singapore.
Rosenkind, Micah, WINSTANLEY, GRAHAM and BLAKE, ANDREW (2008) Creating believable characters using a synthetic psychology approach In: CGAMES 2008, 3-5 Nov 2008, Light House Media Centre, Wolverhampton, UK, 3-5 November 2008.
Bradbrook, K. and Winstanley, G. (2007) Supporting temporal information in medical care planning In: Twenty-seventh SGAI International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 10-12 Dec 2007, Cambridge, UK. (In Press)
Al-Shehab, A., Hughes, R. and Winstanley, G. (2006) CorMod: a causal mapping approach to identifying project development risk In: Irani, Z., Sarikas, O.D., Llopis, J., Gonzalez, R. and Gasco, J., eds. CD-ROM/online proceedings of the European and Mediterranean conference on information systems (EMCIS) 2006, 6-7 July, Costa Blanca, Alicante, Spain. EMCIS. ISBN 1902316460
Hughes, R., Al-Shehab, A. and Winstanley, G. (2006) Obstacles to the modelling of the causes of project success and failure In: Remenyi, D., ed. Proceedings of the 5th European conference on research methods in business and management, Dublin, Ireland, 17-18 July 2006. Academic conferences, Reading, UK, pp. 179-186. ISBN 1905305273
Al-Shehab, A., Hughes, R. and Winstanley, G. (2005) Modelling risks in IS/IT projects through causal and cognitive mapping Electronic Journal of Information Systems Evaluation, 8 (1). pp. 1-10. ISSN 1566-6379
Hughes, R., Al-Shehab, A. and Winstanley, G. (2005) The use of causal mapping in the design of management information systems In: 4th European conference on research methodology for business and management studies, 21-22 Apr, Paris, France.
Winstanley, G. (2004) Distributed and devolved work allocation planning Applied artificial intelligence, 18 (2). pp. 97-115. ISSN 1087-6545
Al-Shehab, A., Hughes, R. and Winstanley, G. (2004) Using causal mapping methods to identify and analyse risk in information system projects as a post-evaluation process In: 11th European Conference on Information Technology Evaluation (ECITE 2004), 11-12 Nov 2004, Amsterdam, Holland.
Winstanley, G. (2003) A hybrid AI approach to staff scheduling In: Bramer, M., Preece, A. and Coenen, F., eds. Research and development in intelligent systems XIX: proceedings of the 22nd SGAI international conference on knowledge based systems and applied artificial intelligence, Cambridge, UK, December 2002. BCS conference series . Springer-Verlag, London, UK, pp. 367-380. ISBN 1852336749