Some projects are sensitive, some have copyright restrictions, others are not suitable for the web. Perhaps this is why there is little listed here from Evan Morgan
Evan graduated from Imperial College in 2008, with an integrated Masters degree in Biomedical Engineering. Whilst there he undertook a joint research project with the Royal College of Music to investigate the physiological aspects of performance anxiety. This led to an interest in using various biometric sensors to interpret emotional states in a more general sense. He is now pursuing these ideas through his PhD research, which he hopes will lead to applications in new technologies for musical interaction.
Research topic: Measuring Affect for the Study and Enhancement of Co-Present Creative Collaboration
I am interested in using physiological and behavioural measurement technologies as tools for investigating and enhancing co-present human interactions. My research is specifically focused on the area of musical creativity, where I am currently investigating percussion-based collaborative improvisations. My work incorporates ideas from the fields of affective computing, cognitive science, psychophysiology, and computational creativity.