Dr Martin Colley

Research Interests

I am a member of the Intelligent Environments Group. My main research interests are in the areas of Intelligent Environments and Embedded Systems. My main focus is on the use of small embedded devices within the environment, their deployment and the way people interact with them. I am particularly interested in how users interact with the technology.

I am currently supervising PhD students researching the use embedded technology in sports science and network interaction between devices in an intelligent environment. Previous research students have investigated the automatic configuration of networks of sensors using context information from the environment and mobile tracking techniques for the safety of children.

  • M. R. Al-Mulla, F. Sepulveda, M. Colley "Statistical Class Separation using sEMG Features Towards Automated Muscle Fatigue Detection and Prediction" , IEEE & EMB Cisp 2009,China
  • M. R. Al-Mulla, F. Sepulveda, M. Colley and A. Kattan, "Classification of localized muscle fatigue with Genetic Programming on sEMG during isometric contraction", IEEE & EMB Embc 2009,USA
  • J Hunter and M J Colley, An Enhanced Behaviour Recognition System For Remote Supervision Of Vulnerable Individuals, 4th IET International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, Seattle, USA, Germany, July, 2008

  • R P Stacey and M J Colley, Agent Association Group Negotiation Within Intelligent Environments, 4th IET International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, Seattle, USA, Germany, July, 2008
  • R P Stacey and M J Colley, Agent Centric Sensor Network Association using Similarity Measures, International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Applications (ICPCA2008), Alexandria, Egypt, October 2008
  • M J Colley, V Callaghan, H A K Hagras, J Chin, F Doctor and G Clarke, Programming iSpaces: A tale of two paradigms, pp 389-421, Springer-Verlag, in Springer-Verlag book Intelligent Spaces: The Application of Pervasive ICT part of the series Computer Communications and Networks, Steventon, Alan; Wright, Steve (Eds.) ISBN: 1-84628-002, January 2006
  • J Hunter and M J Colley, Feature Extraction from Sensor Data Streams for Real-Time Human Behaviour Recognition, ECML/PKDD 2007, Warsaw, Poland, September, 2007
  • R P Stacey and M J Colley, Detection of Discrete Events in Real-Time Vibration Data using Sensor Networks for Intelligent Environments, 3rd IET International Workshop on Intelligent Environment, Ulm, Germany, September, 2007