Lee Cheatley is a PhD student in the Living Digital group at the University of Dundee. After graduating in 2015 from the University of Aberdeen with an MA (Hons) in Archaeology and History, he obtained his MSc in Information Technology from the University of Aberdeen in 2016. During his studies, he worked on archaeological excavations within Scotland and was part of the team (and at times scrum master) that developed a web application intended to help school children determine which University and College courses they were able to pursue, and which were best suited to them, and their personality.
Since October 2016, Lee has been working towards his PhD at the University of Dundee. Working cross-departmentally between DJCAD and the School of Science and Engineering, his work explores how computationally creative technology can be used to support bereaved people with their grief.
Continued Bonds: Computationally Creative Bereavement Support