Dr Roger Knott
Dr Roger Knott obtained a first class degree in Mathematics from the University of London and a MSc and a PhD in Pure Mathematics from Warwick University. Initially lecturing in mathematics at Sheffield and Loughborough, before joining the Computer Science Department, at Loughborough University, in 1984.
Research interests are mainly in Human Computer Interaction, System Design and Computer Education. Dr Knott holds a number of external examiner appointments in Spain, Poland, Greece and Egypt, and was involved with a number of EC funded projects concerned with HCI and is a founder member of the consortium which developed the BORM method for object oriented system development, which is widely used by the Czech software Industry.
- Object-oriented analysis and design
- Object-oriented programming
- Metaphors in HCI