My PhD was in Natural Language Processing but over the years my research and teaching interests have evolved to focus on user interfaces, security, web design, Artificial Intelligence and user experience.
I am a member of the Security Research Group and have recently supervised to completion two externally funded PhDs in areas of Usable Security and DataVisualistaion.
As a STEM ambassador, I have previously worked closely with Dundee Science Centre and local schools to encourage interest in all things computing.
Something I’m always keen to convey is that computers can do great and exciting things but creating the software tools that enable us to do those things – whether it is mobile apps, websites, security protocols, or digital forensic tools – is just as exciting.
I am Programme Tutor for MSc Ethical Hacking and Cybersecurity and BSc (Hons) Web, Design and Communication, as well as Module Tutor for Honours Projects for BSc Programmes within the School.
Modules that I lead and contribute to
CMP107 Development Practice
CMP508 Information Network and Security Management
CMP402 Honours Project Execution
CMP401 Honours Project Scoping and Proposal
CMP403 Honours Project Dissertation
Kapoor, K., Renaud, K., & Archibald, J. (2018). Preparing for GDPR: helping EU SMEs to manage data breaches. In AISB 2018: Symposium on Digital Behaviour Interventions for Cyber-Security (pp. 13-20). Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation for Behaviour (AISB).
Shepherd, L. A., Archibald, J., & Ferguson, R. I. (2017). Assessing the impact of affective feedback on end-user security awareness. In T. Tryfonas (Ed.), Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy and Trust: 5th International Conference, HAS 2017 (pp. 143-159). (Lecture Notes In Computer Science; Vol. 10292). Cham: Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-58460-7
Shepherd, L. A., & Archibald, J. (2017). Security awareness and affective feedback: categorical behaviour vs. reported behaviour. In Proceedings of the International Conference On Cyber Situational Awareness, Data Analytics And Assessment- CyberSA IEEE . DOI: 10.1109/CyberSA.2017.8073387
Hales, G., Ferguson, I., & Archibald, J. (2017). Insight: an application of information visualisation techniques to digital forensics investigations. International Journal on Cyber Situational Awareness, 2(1), 100-118. . DOI: 10.22619/IJCSA.2017.100117
Shepherd, L. A., Archibald, J., & Ferguson, R. I. (2014). Reducing risky security behaviours: utilising affective feedback to educate users. Future Internet, 6(4), 760-772. DOI: 10.3390/fi6040760
Shepherd, L. A. Archibald, J. and Ferguson, R. I. (2013). Perception of risky security behaviour by users: survey of current approaches. Human Aspects of Information Security, Privacy, and Trust: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 8030,176-185
Hales, G. Ferguson RI. & Archibald J (2013) On the use of hyperbolic visualization to assist digital forensic analysis: in Proceedings of Cyberforensics 2013, Cardiff University, 10-11 June, 2013
Martin, C., Ball, L. Archibald J. & Carson L (2012) Towards the improvement of self-service systems via emotional virtual agents : in Proceedings of 26th Annual BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, Conference on Human Computer Interaction (HCI 2012) 12-14 September 2012 [online] Available From http://ewic.bcs.org/content/ConWebDoc/47822
Hales, G, Ferguson. RI, Archibald JM (2012) On the use of data visualization techniques to support digital forensic analysis: A survey of current approaches, Proceedings of Cyberforensics, London
Martin, C., Ball, L. & Archibald J. (2011) Emotion Recognition in self service interactions.: in Proceedings of IHCI 2011 Prague, Czech Republic, September 2011
Archibald, J., File P (2008) Using whole utterance prediction rate to increase conversational rate In: Proceedings of 13th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Aternative Communication, Montreal, Canada, 2008
Archibald, J., Emms J., Grundy, F., Payne, J., Turner, E. Eds (2005) The Gender Politics of ICT, Middlesex University Press
Archibald, J., Emms J., Grundy, F., Payne, J., Turner, E. Eds (2005) The Gender Politics of ICT, Complete Set of Papers Proceedings of 6th International Women Into Computing Conference (WiC2005)
Coull, NJ, Duncan, IMM, Lund, G, Archibald, J. (2003) Helping Novices Interpret Compiler Error Messages In: Proc. 4th Annual LTSN-ICS Conference, Galway. LTSN. Ferguson, .RI., Parrington N.F.,Dunne, P., Archibald, J.M., Thompson, J.B., (2000) MetaMOOSE - an Object-Oriented Framework for the construction of CASE tools In:Journal of Information and Software Technology
Canning, Y., Tait, J., Archibald, J. & Crawley, R. (2000) Replacing Anaphora for Readers with Acquired Dyslexia. In: Proceedings of 3rd International Conference of the North-West Centre for Linguistics: Discourse Anaphora and Anaphor Resolution (DAARC2000). University of Lancaster, UK. November 2000
Canning, Y., Tait, J., Archibald, J. & Crawley, R. (2000) Regeneration of Syntactically Simplified Text. In: Proceedings of 1st Workshop of Robust Methods in Analysis of Natural Language Data (ROMAND 2000). Swiss Federal Institute of Technology,Lausanne, Switzerland. October 2000.
Canning, Y., Tait, J., Archibald, J. & Crawley, R. (2000) Cohesive Generation of Syntactically Simplified Newspaper Text. In: Proceedings of Text, Speech and Dialogue, Third International Workshop, TSD 2000. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence 1902. Petr Sojka, Ivan Kipecek & Karel Pala (Eds.) Springer-Verlag. CzechRepublic.
Ferguson, .RI., Parrington N.F., Dunne, P., Archibald, J.M., Thompson, J.B., (1999) MetaMOOSE - an Object-Oriented Framework for the construction of CASE tools In:Proceedings of International Symposium on Constructing Software Engineering Tools (CoSET'99) Los Angeles, May 1999
I have been External Examiner for Computing and Web Development undergraduate degree programmes at University of Portsmouth, University of Teesside, University of Hull - Doncaster College and University of Durham - Stockton College.
I have been a STEM ambassador working closely with Dundee Science Centre and local schools to encourage interest in all things computing. I want to stress that computers with their many software tools can do great and exciting things. However it is just as exciting to create those software tools whether it is mobile apps, websites, security protocols, digital forensic tools .