Alistair Sutcliffe

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Name:Alistair Sutcliffe

Professor (emeritus) Alistair Sutcliffe retired from the University of Manchester in October 2011. He continues his research with colleagues in Manchester, as a visiting professor in University College London and as a Research Fellow on the EPSRC Twenty-20 Insight Project at Durham University, UK. He has been principle investigator on numerous EPSRC, ESRC and European Union projects. His research interests span a wide area within Human Computer Interaction, Software and Systems Engineering. In HCI particular interests are evaluating user experience, interaction design, and design of complex socio-technical systems. In software engineering he specialises in requirements engineering, scenario based design, and systems engineering processes. His experience includes industry-oriented applied research in aerospace and defense (safety engineering), healthcare informatics, food safety, and supply chain integration. He has over 300 publications including five books and several edited volumes of papers. He was awarded the IFIP silver core in 2000, IFIP Pioneer award in 2016, Fellow in 2021 and a Lifetime Achievement Award by the IEEE Requirements Engineering community in 2011.

Country:United Kingdom
Affiliation:University of Manchester
Research interests:Requirements Engineering Theory, models & methods. Human Computer Interaction