Professor Peter McOwan
Peter McOwan is the creator and co-founder of QApps. He formed the venture to assist in the release of interesting software to help make the world better, or at least a bit more fun at times. He is a Professor of Computer Science at Queen Mary in London, and researches into human and artificial intelligence. He holds a number of awards for teaching and has a healthy interest in science fiction.
Dr Adam Daykin
Adam Daykin is co-founder of QApps. Adam joined QApps at inception and guided by Peter’s vision, facilitated the formation and development of QApps. Adam is part of Queen Mary Innovation Ltd, the technology commercialisation unit at Queen Mary, University of London and sits on the board of four University spin-out companies. QApps though is a particular favourite.
Dr Hamit Soyel
Hamit Soyel is the Chief Technology Officer of QApps. His main research interests include machine learning, image processing and computer vision, with a focus on sensing and modelling multimodal human affective states and interactive signals. He particularly enjoys the fact that his research can help improve the lives of people.
Ed Burton is a software artist and developer for QApps. He enjoys making playful software to provoke curiosity and creativity. In 2001 he won a BAFTA for “sodaconstructor”, which spawned a longrunning collaboration with Queen Mary, University of London on the sodarace.net project. Ed’s research interests focus on play and in particular young children’s spontaneous drawing behaviour.
Talha Ahmed: Technical Consultant and App Developer
Milan Verma: Technical Consultant and App Developer