Dr Nan Jiang
Principal Academic in Software Quality & Software Testing
Areas of Expertise
Usability, Mobile Usability, User Experience
Dr Nan Jiang joined BU in 2010 and he is a Principal Academic in Software Quality and Testing. Prior to this, Nan was an Open Distance Learning (ODL) tutor at Queen Mary, University of London, where he also received his PhD in Web Usability and MSc in Advanced Methods.
Nan has 5 years of full stack web development experience as a freelance technical consultant and technical writer. He is specialised in web/mobile architectural and interface design but he also provides technical support on backend development.
He has provided consultancy for many companies and organisations through a number of industrial and research projects funded by European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), European Commission Horizon 2020 (H2020), Higher Education Innovation Funding (HEIF) and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Nan was also a public invited expert for W3C HTML Working Group and he is still a member of W3C China.
Nan mainly teaches design and development. He acted as the Final Year Project Coordinator for 5 years and he is still the Programme Leader for MSc Information Technology.Staff Profile Personal Website
September 30, 2020
The Authentibility Pass team (Dr Huseyin Dogan, Professor Keith Phalp, Dr Paul Whittington, Dr Nan Jiang, Dr Benjamin Gorman, Lesley…
March 11, 2016
The IFIP TC13 Open Symposium on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is part of a series of open events organised by the Technical Committee…
January 26, 2018
Dr Nan Jiang’s research on designing user friendly CAPTCHA schemes for smart devices was featured in a recent article titled…
March 27, 2019
Dr Nan Jiang’s expertise on captchas was featured in a recent article titled “Google’s reCAPTCHA test has been tricked by…
December 4, 2018
Our research on Assistive Technologies featured on both the BBC South Today and BBC Radio Solent last Friday. Paul and I were interviewed…
October 18, 2017
Dr Nan Jiang, co-coordinator of BUCHI, was recently invited by Prof. Frank Wang at University of Kent to deliver a…