Hello, my name is Dr Benjamin Gorman.
I am a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at Bournemouth University.

An portrait image of Benjamin Gorman wearing a plaid shirt.

In 2012, I graduated with a First Class (Honours) B.Sc. in Applied Computing from the University of Dundee.

After taking a short break to travel around Australia, I returned to Dundee in 2014 to pursue my PhD in Computer Science (HCI) under the guidance of Dr. David Flatla. My research during this time was focused on assisting individuals with hearing loss, specifically in the realm of speechreading (commonly known as lipreading). I successfully defended my thesis in December 2017 and continued to teach as a Sessional Lecturer at Dundee until the summer of 2018.

Since November 2018, I've been working at Bournemouth University, located on the South-Coast of England, where I am now a Senior Lecturer in Computer Science. My ongoing research at Bournemouth revolves around Accessibility within HCI.

If you're open to discussions about potential collaborations or projects, I'd be delighted to have a chat.

Office Location:
P325 Poole House, Talbot Campus,
Bournemouth University,
Fern Barrow, Poole, England,
BH12 5BB
(+44) 01202 965732

I have two brothers who are equally talented, Dave who is an artist & 3D animator/modeler and Edd who is a professional Games Programmer and also develops awesome indie games.

Keep an eye on my Instagram to follow my surfing and travelling antics.