eDrama project

The eDrama project is led by a team at the School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham, UK, with a collaboration with other three industry partners.

The University of Birmingham

  • The University of Birmingham is one of the leading research-based universities in the United Kingdom. The School of Computer Science at the University of Birmingham has an established and growing international reputation for research and teaching in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. The School has nearly 130 active researchers (academic staff, research staff and research students) and is a close knit community that enjoys a stimulating intellectual environment and a wide range of research interests.

    People: Prof. John Barnden, Dr Bob Hendley, Dr William Edmondson, Dr Sheila Glasbey, Dr Mark Lee, Dr Rachel Pilkington (School of Education), Dr Alan Wallington, Li Zhang, Zhigang Wen
  • Hi8us Projects Ltd (Kulwant Dhaliwal)

    Hi8us was set up to explore the possibilities offered by new camcorder technologies for developing drama, by bringing together professional television skills and the lives of young people.

  • Maverick Television Ltd (Jonnie Turpie)

    Maverick have been creating award-winning television programmes, books and videos since 1994. Although their head office is in Birmingham, they also have operations in Glasgow and London.

  • BT Exact (Amanda Oldroyd)

    BT Exact is BT's research, technology and IT operations business.