Kevin McGee leads the Partner Technologies Research Group. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore. His background includes artificial intelligence, interactive digital media design, and the arts -- and he has worked on media technology in a variety of roles in industry, academia, and research institutions. He has a Masters degree from Harvard University and a PhD from the MIT Media Laboratory.

Current Students

  • Chris ONG. Masters, National University of Singapore, Singapore. Thesis: Team-mate Games

  • Prashanth Thattai Ravikumar. Masters, National University of Singapore, Singapore. Thesis: Rhythm/Music Partners

  • Srikumar Karaikudi SUBRAMANIAN. PhD, National University of Singapore, Singapore. Thesis: Computer Notation and Synthesis of Karnatak Music (co-supervisor)


Past Students

  • Tim MERRITT. PhD, National University of Singapore, Singapore. Thesis: A Failure Of Imagination: How And Why People Respond Differently To Human And Computer Team-mates. 2012.

  • Alex MITCHELL. PhD, National University of Singapore, Singapore. Thesis: Reading Again for the First Time: Rereading for Closure in Interactive Stories. 2012.

  • Joshua WONG. Masters, National University of Singapore, Singapore. Thesis: Establishing Rapport with Conversational Agents: Comparing the Effect of Envelope and Emotional Feedback. 2012.

  • Jorgen Skageby. PhD, Linkoping University, Sweden. Thesis: Gifting Technologies: Ethnographic Studies of End-users and Social Media Sharing. 2008.

  • Pierre MARTIN. M.Sc., Linkoping University, Sweden. Thesis: CompositionALife: an artificial world as a musical representation for composition, 2005.

  • Johan NILSSON. M.Sc., Linkoping University, Sweden. Thesis: CrawLogo: An Experiment in End-User Programming for Web-Enabled Applications, 2003.

  • Jody FOO. M.Sc., Linkoping University, Sweden. Thesis: DocPlayer: Design Insights from Applying the Non-Hierarchical Media-Player model to Document Management, 2003.

  • Maria INGVARSSON. M.Sc., Uppsala University, Sweden. Thesis: Psykiskt funktionshinder & datormedierad synkron kommunikation - en kvalitativ studie av en 3D-miljö till social träning, 2002.

  • Helena SALMONSSON. M.Sc., Uppsala University, Sweden. Thesis: Social träning med hjälp av dator - en studie av hur personer med psykiskt funktionshinder uppfattar ett scenarioprogram, 2002.

  • Anders LILJEDAL. M.Sc., Uppsala University, Sweden. Thesis: Design implications for context-aware mobile games, 2002

  • Eva FRANCHI. M.Sc., Uppsala University, Sweden. Thesis: Användbarhet utifrån Sambandet mellan målgrupp och Webbsidan, 2002.

  • Anette ANDERSSON. M.Sc., Uppsala University, Sweden. Thesis: Diabetikers krav på stödjande media - användbarhetsaspekter för uformning av nya hjälpmedel, 2002.