Hannah Dee has a BSc in cognitive science (1996), an MA in philosophy (1998) and a PhD in computing (2005), all from the University of Leeds. Her research areas are computer vision for the analysis of human behaviour; the detection of shadows and reasoning about shadows; and student attitudes to the study of computer science.
She has held post-doctoral positions in Grenoble (France), Leeds and Kingston upon Thames. She is also a women in computing activist and deputy chair of BCSWomen, the British Computer Society's group for women. She set up the BCSWomen Lovelace Colloquium, the UK's main conference for women undergrads, and has run it for the last 7 years.