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Congratulations to our MSc student Tassilo Bouwmam for winning the Ulf Aberg Award!

We are delighted to announce that our HCI MSc student Tassilo Bouwmam won the prestigious Ulf Aberg Award for his MSc project! Ulf Aberg Award is given for the best postgraduate student project in Ergonomics and Human Factors, CIHFE. Well-done! Ulf Aberg Award

Ten HCI MSc students among the Faculty's top 5% performers!

We are very proud to announce that ten HCI MSc students from our 2017/2018 cohort have been featured on the Dean's list. This award recognises the top 5% of students in the Faculty of Brain Sciences at UCL. Congratulations to you all! Dean's List of top performing students for 2017/18

UCLIC Research Seminar 6th of February: Youngjun Cho (UCL) on Physiological Computing towards Mental Disability Innovation

Physiological computing is an emerging research area enabling technologies to listen to our bodily functions and psychological needs. This talk provides an overview of my computational works in this area, summarised by three key components: physiological sensing, automatic affect recognition,…