[See also my citations acccording to Google Scholar]


  • Karsten Seipp and Kate Devlin. "A Client-Side Approach to Improving One-Handed Web Surfing on a Smartphone" in Web Information Systems and Technologies 10th International Conference, WEBIST 2014, Barcelona, Spain, April 3-5, 2014, Revised Selected Papers in Valérie Monfort, Karl-Heinz Krempels (Eds.) Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Volume 226. ISBN: 978-3-319-27029-6 (Print) 978-3-319-27030-2 (Online).



  • Karsten Seipp and Kate Devlin. "BackPat: One-Handed Off-Screen Patting Gestures" in MobileHCI 2014.
  • Janet K. Gibbs and Kate Devlin. "Investigating Sensorimotor Contingencies in the Enactive Interface" in J.M. Bishop and A.O. Martin (Eds.) Contemporary Sensorimotor Theory, Applied Philosophy, Epistemology and Rational Ethics, Vol. 15. ISBN 978-3-319-05106-2.
  • Karsten Seipp and Kate Devlin. "The One Hand Wonder: A Framework for Enhancing One-handed Website Operation on Touchscreen Smartphones" in WEBIST 2014, 10th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies, 3-5 April 2014, Barcelona, Spain.
    Winner, `Best Paper First-authored by a Student'.
  • Mark (J. M.) Bishop, Kate Devlin, Y.J. Erden, Rodger Kibble, S. McGregor, Mohammad Majid al-Rifaie, Andrew Martin, Monica Moreno Figueroa and S. Rainey, eds. The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour 50th Anniversary Convention: Selected Papers. London, UK: The AISB. ISBN 978-1-908187-42-0
  • Kate Devlin. "'These people saw in colour, light and shade': capturing colour in the archaeological record." in New Perspectives on Colour, AISB50, Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Convention of the AISB, 1-4 April 2014.
  • Karsten Seipp and Kate Devlin. "BackPat: Improving One-Handed Touchscreen Operation by Patting the Back of the Device" in CHI '14 Extended Abstracts: ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Apr 26 - May 01 2014, Toronto, Canada.


  • Karsten Seipp and Kate Devlin. "Landscape Vs Portrait Mode: Which Is Faster To Use On Your Smart Phone?" Poster, MobileHCI 2013.
  • Karsten Seipp and Kate Devlin. "Enhancing One-handed Website Operation on Touchscreen Mobile Phones" in CHI '13 Extended Abstracts: ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Apr 27 - May 02 2013, Paris, France, ACM 978-1-4503-1952-2/13/04



  • (On maternity leave.)


  • T. Bloom and Kate Devlin. "Objectified: giving objects memories" in Debattista et al. (eds) VAST-STAR, Short and Project Proceedings, 10th International Symposium on Virtual Reality, Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, Malta, pp. 73-76.


  • Kate Devlin. "Theoretical Approaches to Virtual Representations of Past Environments". AHRC ICT Methods Network seminar report, March 2007 [pdf]
  • G.J. Mullan, L.J. Wilson, A.R. Farrant and Kate Devlin. "A possible engraving of a mammoth in Gough's cave, Cheddar, Somerset", Proc. Univ. Bristol Spelaeol. Soc. 24 (1), pp. 37-47.


  • Kate Devlin, Alan Chalmers and Erik Reinhard. "Visual Calibration and Correction for Ambient Illumination". ACM Transactions on Applied Perception, Vol 3, No. 4. ISSN 1544-3558
  • Alice Chuter and Kate Devlin. "Current Practice in Digital Imaging in UK Archaeology" in Proceedings of VAST 2006, Cyprus, November 2006. ISBN 3-905673-42-8



  • Kate Devlin, Alan Chalmers and Erik Reinhard. "Displaying Digitally Archived Images". Proceedings of the IS&T Archiving Conference 2004. ISBN 0-89208-251-8


  • Kate Devlin, Alan Chalmers and Duncan Brown. "Predictive lighting and perception in archaeological representations". UNESCO World Heritage in the Digital Age 30th Anniversary Digital Congress. [pdf]


  • K. Devlin, A. Chalmers, A. Wilkie, W. Purgathofer. "STAR: Tone reproduction and physically based spectral rendering". In Dieter Fellner and Roberto Scopignio, editors, State of the Art Reports, Eurographics 2002. The Eurographics Association. ISSN 1017-4656 [pdf]
  • K. Devlin. "A review of tone reproduction techniques". Department of Computer Science, University of Bristol, Tech. Rep. CSTR-02-005.
  • Kate Devlin and Alan Chalmers. Recreating the Past. Course #27, SIGGRAPH 2002, San Antonio, USA.
  • Kate Devlin and Alan Chalmers. "A new perspective on the past: interdisciplinary research in computer science and archaeology". In Sean Kirwan, editor, The Newsletter of the Institute of Archaeologists of Ireland Ltd, February 2002. ISSN 1649-1882 [Abstract].


  • Kate Devlin and Alan Chalmers. "Realistic Visualisation of the Pompeii Frescoes". In Alan Chalmers and Vali Lalioti, editors, Proceedings of AFRIGRAPH 2001, pages 43--47. ACM SIGGRAPH, November 2001. ISBN 1-58113-446-0 [pdf] [Additional colour plate].

Selected conference presentations/Invited talks

  • "Digital conversations at British Library: Digital cultural heritage", Bristish Library, 7 May 2014.
  • "What did the Past look like?" The Whitehead Lecture in Cognition, Computation and Culture. December 2013.
  • "Illuminating virtual reconstructions of past environments", Contemporary Roles for Spatial Analysis in Archaeology, The UCL Institute of Archaeology Seminar Series, March 2010.
  • "Laser scanning rock art in the Libyan Sahara", Creaform Rendez-Vous 2009, Quebec, May 2009.
  • "The trade in cultural heritage", Why is everything for sale? The UCU/NUS Teach-in, Goldmsiths, University of London, October 2008.
  • "Socialising the past", CAA UK Chapter Meeting, Southampton, January 2007.
  • Panel Rapporteur for "The Past and Virtual Representation of Place and Time", AHRC ICT Methods Network Expert Seminar on History and Archaeology, Virtual History and Archaeology, Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, 19-21 April 2006. [pdf]
  • "Just how predictable is predictive lighting?", Making 3D Visual Research Outcomes Transparent , AHRC ICT Methods Network and EPOCH, London, 23-25 March 2006.
  • "Putting Brunel online: 19th century concepts and 21st century technology" (invited talk), Colloque international du centre CATI, Université Paris-Sorbonne, 12 March 2005.
  • "Re-engineering Brunel: a digital archiving case study" (poster presentation), Digital Resources for the Humanities, DRH2004, Newcastle, UK, 4-8 September 2004. [Abstract].
  • "Approaches to Presenting the Past (or `How many archaeologists does it take to change a light bulb?')", BASRG (Bristol Archaeological Science Research Group), Bristol University, 6 December 2002.
  • "Better data through metadata: avoiding misinterpretation of computer representations", Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, CAA UK 2002 Seventh Meeting of the UK chapter, in Queen's University, Belfast, 20 - 21 April 2002.
  • "Realistic representations of past environments: computer graphics and archaeology", Theoretical Archaeology Group conference, TAG 2001. Dublin, Ireland, 13 - 15 December 2001.
  • "Computer Reconstructions of Past Environments" (poster presentation). Colours in Antiquity: Towards an Archaeology of Seeing, Colours in Antiquity. Edinburgh, UK, 10 - 13 September 2001.
  • "High Fidelity Image Synthesis of Archaeological Reconstructions", Perceptually Adaptive Graphics - ACM SIGGRAPH and Eurographics Campfire Snowbird, Utah, 26 - 29 May 2001.
  • "Perception of Pompeii frescoes under realistic illumination simulations", Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, CAA UK 2001. Sixth Meeting of the UK chapter, in Bristol University, 24 - 25 February 2001.