ACM Siggraph Asia 2015 Kobe Japan

ACM Siggraph Asia 2015 Kobe Japan

Presentation of prototype Head Up Display system and 3rd Generation VR Driving Simulator paper

United Nations 2016 LEAD Symposium

United Nations 2016 LEAD Symposium

United Nations - Global Compact 2016 LEAD Symposium. LEAD participants are invited to help co-create a new and more ambitious pathway for the scaling and pace of radical innovation and market transformation required to achieve the future we need, at University of Cambridge

VR Driving Simulator v3.0

VR Driving Simulator v3.0

VRS Lab Driving Simulator in action during users' evaluation in Scotland.

VR/AR Medical Education systems

VR/AR Medical Education systems

VR/AR Medical Visualisation and Simulation of human anatomy, pathology and surgical operations.

Dynamically Configurable Vehicle

Dynamically Configurable Vehicle

Advanced biomimetic automotive design and engineering. 2 UK Patents.

VR Medical Simulation

VR Medical Simulation

3D Visualisation and simulation of surgical operations in VR Environment. Development of prototype HCI systems.

PROF. VASSILIS CHARISSIS

BSc(Hons)  MPhil  PhD  MIET  FBCS  FRSA  FDSRI  SFHEA

Director Virtual Reality and Simulation Laboratory (VRS Lab)

Director Virtual Reality Driving Simulator Laboratory (VRDS Lab)

Research Group Leader of Visual Affective and Pervasive Systems research  group (VAPS)

 

Professor Vassilis Charissis’ academic background includes a BSc (Hons) in Technology of Graphics Arts and Mechanical Engineering, an MPhil in Advanced 2D/3D Motion Graphics and Virtual Prototyping and a PhD in Human Machine Interfaces and Head-Up - Display systems, the latter two from the University of Glasgow. He is awarded two patents in automotive design and engineering, regarding novel biomimetic mechanical design and he is the recipient of two international first places for prototype design and engineering in the automotive industry competitions for FIAT and Opel respectively. His research interests are in the areas of HCI, VR, AR, HUD, Simulation, Human Factors, User Experience Modelling, Serious games and User Behaviour. During his research career Dr. Charissis has developed systems for QinetiQ, Ford, Fiat, Lancia, Alfa Romeo, Opel, Fisher Defence Submarines, NES, NHS Trusts, RCSEd and RCPSG amongst others. His research produced an extensive track record of international scientific publications. Dr. Charissis is also software development consultant for a number companies and public sector bodies and a member of BCS, IET, RSA, HEA, IEEE, SAE, AAAI and ACM.

LATEST activities...

Very recently I was invited to discuss the concept of Digital Twin Cities (VR/AI) and their applications in a live interview with Lisa Cooper from Strategy Analytics.

The Digital Twin Cities discussion expanded in a number of application areas which included current issues of emergency responses, pandemics, prediction models, future cities’ planning, and tourism amongst others. 

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I'm currently editing a new special issue journal for MDPI related to AI and Emerging Technologies. If you are interested in sending a paper please let me know.

(Applied Sciences Journal, MDPI Publisher, Impact Factor: 2.474, Scopus Indexed, Open Access)

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Looking forward to the 2021 meetings of the Technical-Streams Committee (SCTC), IEEE Consumer Electronics Society (CESoc), Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Displays (VAR) Committee.

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Working on an AR and AI collaborative system for Emergency Services' Vehicles for supporting driver's decision making process and collision avoidance manoeuvring.

For the latest research outcomes please check the                             page.

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