Dr Darren Mundy

Senior Lecturer in Digital Media

Faculty of Arts, Cultures and Education

School of Arts

d.mundy@hull.ac.uk

01482 462186

The core of Dr Mundy's research focuses around information security (with a particular emphasis on privacy protecting technologies), e-government (with a focus on channel shift), and educational technologies.

He has supervised several postgraduate students through to successful completion of studies at the University of Hull.

Dr Mundy managed a 19 partner EU Lifelong Learning funded research project titled ‘Euroversity’ between December 2011 - November 2014 and has been involved a number of externally funded innovation projects focused around the innovative use of information technologies and digital media to support business services. He has more than 45 published articles.

Research

Research Interests

  • Social media

  • eGovernment communications and web-based channel shift

  • Internet/information/web security

  • Privacy technologies

  • eHealth

Publications

Balela, M. and Mundy, D.P. (2016), 'Exploring Approaches to the Generation and Representation of Heritage Artefacts in Video Game Contexts', Asia Pacific Media Educator (Volume 26:1)

Umar, A. and Mundy, D, 'Comparison of Patient Empowerment Frameworks', Proceedings of ICHI 2015: IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics 2015, Dallas, Texas USA, October 21-23, 2015

Umar, A. and Mundy, D, 'Re-thinking Role of Technology in Patient Empowerment', Proceedings of ISHIMR 2015: 17th International Symposium for Health Information Management Research

Umar, A. and Mundy, D, 'Re-thinking Models of Patient Empowerment', Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 2015; 209: 175-81.

Balela, M. and Mundy, D, 'Analysing Cultural Heritage and its Representation in Video Games', DiGRA '15 - Proceedings of the 2015 DiGRA International Conference Digital Games Research Association, Luneburg, Germany, May, 2015, Volume:12, ISBN / ISNN: ISSN 2342-9666

Full list

Teaching

Programmes taught on

Modules list

  • Interaction, Experience and Engagement

  • Game Art and Design

  • Designing for Entertainment and Play

  • Game and Entertainment Studies

  • Web Security

  • Creative Leadership and Entrepreneurship

  • eBusiness

Research PhDs

I welcome applications in areas related to information security; eGovernment; social media; game design, and eHealth.

Completed PhDs 

Dr Mundy has supervised four postgraduate students through to successful completion of studies at the University of Hull.

  • David Webster, PhD, 2010

  • Robert Costello, PhD 2013

  • Amna Asmi, PhD, 2015

  • Yunxi Zhang, PhD, 2015

and has also supervised the following Masters by research students to completion.

  • Qasim Umer, MSc by Research, 2013

  • John Paul Bailey, MSc by Research, 2014

  • Jason Hayhurst, MSc by Research, 2015

 Current PhD supervisors

Majed Balela, Development of a Practical Framework to Support Cultural Representation in Video Game Contexts – submitted for examination

Aisha Umar, Understanding and Developing Patient Empowerment in a New Media Context – to complete Summer 2017.

Robert Consoli, Can the Use of Digital Communications Technologies Broaden our Understanding of the Natural Sciences? – to complete Autumn 2019.

Mona Arslan, The Use of Social Media in the Promotion of Social Change in an Egyptian Context – to complete Spring 2020.

Jason Hayhurst, Providing Dimentia Support through Games Based Platforms – to complete Autumn 2022.

Teaching awards and accolades

  • SFHEA (2014)

  • University of Hull Teaching Fellow (2009)

  • PGCHE (2006)

Professional highlights

Academic qualifications

  • PhD, University of Salford, 2004

  • BSc, University of Salford, 2000

External roles

External examiner (Sept 2013 – June 2017) – University of Ulster (Collaborative FSc in Computing, Multimedia and Business)

External examiner (Jan 2013 – June 2017) – University of Bolton (BSc Web Development programmes)

Professional highlights

Co-management of the EU-funded Euroversity Network with Dr Luisa Panichi (Università di Pisa) and Marina Mozzon-McPherson (University of Hull).