Martin Porcheron

Researcher in HCI at the University of Nottingham


I currently assist with the teaching of the Design Ethnography module in the School of Computer Science. This module focuses on providing both Undergraduate and Masters students with theoretical and practical experience of conducting ethnomethodological studies of interaction.

In the past, I have been involved with modules related to computer and network architectures, including assembly programming, instruction sets, networking protocols, and software development.

I have also helped on many programming modules, including Java (advanced), C/C++ (advanced), Haskell (introductory), Python (introductory), and Android (advanced).