James is a PhD student at the Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training and the Nottingham Geospatial Institute. He has previously completed a Masters in Computer Science at the University of Nottingham, and a received Bachelors in Information and Communications Technology from Nottingham Trent University. His research investigates how walking routes can be personalised with rich geographic information through user engagements with places of interest.
The current working title of the PhD is "A Framework for Curating Engaging Leisure Walking Experiences".
Recent Updates
  • New March 2022: We will soon be recruiting for a leisure walking 'think aloud' study, more information soon!
  • New November 2021: We presented our survey on leisure walking behaviours and activity tracking use to form design considerations at LBS 2021. [See More]


Citation: J. Williams, J. Pinchin, A. Hazzard and G. Priestnall. 2021. Survey of Leisure Walking Behaviours and Activity Tracking Use: Emerging Themes and Design Considerations. In 16th International Conference on Location Based Services (LBS2021). Glasgow, UK/online, pp. 136-141. 10.34726/1760

Citation: E. Kanjo, D. O. Anderez, A. Anwar, A. Al Shami and J. Williams. 2021. CrowdTracing: Overcrowding Clustering and Detection System for Social Distancing. In 2021 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2). pp. 1-7. 10.1109/ISC253183.2021.9562914


Citation: J. Williams. 2020. FinVis: Visualizing the Complex Nature of Financial Markets. MSc. Dissertation. University of Nottingham, UK.

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