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Paul Sztajer

Undergraduate Graduate
His honours thesis (in Software Engineering) explored the use of a high-level language to describe tabletop gestures.
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Research Associate

Paul Sztajer is a Researcher in the School of IT. He currently works on projects in the realms of Personalisation and Multi-Channel Content Delivery, and has previously conducted research in the areas of tabletop interaction, UI development and Mixed-Presence systems.

He has recently completed a Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Science, majoring in Software Engineering and Physics. His honours thesis (in Software Engineering) explored the use of a high-level language to describe tabletop gestures.

He is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts part-time in the realms of art history, film and literature.

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Publications

2011

Collins, Anthony; Ackad, Christopher James; Apted, Trent; Sztajer, Paul; Ward, Peter; Weng, Hanley; Kay, Judy

Core functionality and new applications for tabletops and interactive surfaces Inproceedings

UbiComp '11, 13th international conference on Ubiquitous computing, pp. 607–608, ACM Press, Beijing, China, 2011, ISBN: 978-1-4503-0630-0.

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