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UCLIC is a world leading Centre of Excellence in Human-Computer Interaction teaching and research, studying interactions between people and technology, drawing on the best scientific traditions in Computer Science and Human Sciences, and working collaboratively with the research community and industry. In the most recent Research Excellence Framework (2014), UCLIC was submitted as a research group within the Computer Science submission, which was ranked top in the UK. Find out more about the research and publications at UCLIC, available courses, and meet the people.


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UCLIC Research Seminar 22nd of January: Babak Taati (University of Toronto), Computer Vision in Rehabilitation and Ambient Health Monitoring: Challenges and Opportunities

Computer vision systems can play an important role in providing care to individuals living with physical or cognitive disability. This talk will provide an overview of several vision-based systems under development for such purpose at KITE, the research arm of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute -…

UCLIC Research Seminar 15th of January: Martin Porcheron (University of Nottingham), Co-designing interaction with AI

In this talk I will discuss my on-going work on two substantially different projects I am involved in at the University of Nottingham. The first, RoboClean, focuses on the use of semi-autonomous cleaning robots in food and drink factories. The second, Inter-ALTCAI, is a DfID Transform programme…

UCLIC Research Seminar 11th of December: Conor Linehan (University College Cork), Reorienting Geolocation Data through Mischievous Design

The increasing capability of smart mobile devices to use geolocation and networking has resulted in a proliferation of services that respond to the social and physical places we visit as we move through the world. This chapter reports and comments on a series of four provocative design projects…