Wendy Moncur is Interdisciplinary Professor of Digital Living at the University of Dundee, where she holds a joint appointment across DJCAD and the School of Nursing and Health Services. She is a member of the EPSRC Peer Review College. She also holds honorary appointments as a Visiting Scholar at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, where she is a member of the international Materialising Memories program, and as an Associate of the Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath.
Wendy leads the interdisciplinary Living Digital group, which is grounded in Human-Computer Interaction. The group researches the design of digital technologies to support people through ordinary experiences across the lifespan - for example, growing up, becoming a parent, breaking up from a partner, bereavement. There is an increasing focus on online identity, trust and cyber-security.
She has published over 50 papers, book chapters and articles in fields including Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Design, Ethics, User Modelling, Social Sciences and Law, and her work has been presented at major international scientific conferences. She has given invited talks at a diverse range of public events including the Cheltenham Literature Festival and the Edinburgh Turing Festival, and appeared on television, radio and in the press both nationally and internationally.