News, Events, Seminars

PhD Studentship

PhD Studentship
Tele-ophthalmology-enabled and Artificial Intelligence-ready referral between community optometry and hospital-based eye clinics for retinal disease. Project for Sept 2020 intake. Deadline: 31st March 2020 This is a 4-year award co-funded by UCL Department of Computer Science and the Moorfields…
Read more…


Blog posts - Working Remotely

Blog posts - Working Remotely
UCLIC Professor Anna Cox has written a helpful blog about working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic: drannalcox.tumblr.com. It is well worth a read and is full of useful tips and ideas! UCLIC Director Professor Yvonne Rogers has also written a blog about her first week experience of working…
Read more…

Our new MSc Disability, Design and Innovation

Our new MSc Disability, Design and Innovation
Creating the next generation of disability pioneers The Global Disability Innovation Hub (GDI Hub) research and practice center (based at London's UCL) is enabling students for the first time to explore the multi-disciplinary field of Disability, Design and Innovation. Taught across three top…
Read more…





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

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 -…
Read more…




UCLIC Research Seminar 20th of November: Pawel Wozniak (Utrecht University), Designing for the 51%: Understanding Technologies for Physically Active Individuals

UCLIC Research Seminar 20th of November: Pawel Wozniak (Utrecht University), Designing for the 51%: Understanding Technologies for Physically Active Individuals
Recent data indicates that more than a half of the European Union's population exercises three times a week or more. While HCI has an established history of understanding and designing technologies for healthcare, the question of how technologies can benefit the wellbeing of active users is less…
Read more…

Welcome to new students

Welcome to new students
We would like to welcome some new PhD students who are joining us this Autumn 2019! These are: Margaret Jennings who is working with Prof. Yvonne Rogers Sheena Visram who is also working with Prof. Yvonne Rogers Marina Fernandez Camporro, who is working with Dr Nic Marquardt Muna Alebri who is…
Read more…





UCLIC Research Seminar 2nd of October: Dorian Peters (University of Cambridge) on "Wellbeing-supportive design: Designing technologies to support psychological needs"

UCLIC Research Seminar 2nd of October: Dorian Peters (University of Cambridge) on "Wellbeing-supportive design: Designing technologies to support psychological needs"
Research in psychology has shown that both motivation and wellbeing are contingent on the satisfaction of three basic psychological needs. Fulfillment of these needs also predicts positive domain-specific outcomes, such as positive health or educational outcomes. Moreover, the fact that they have…
Read more…

Research Fellow position on WEISS project available!

Research Fellow position on WEISS project available!
We are currently advertising a post-doctoral Research Fellow position on the WEISS project - the deadline is just before midnight on Fri 8 November 2019. The successful candidate will work with Prof. Ann Blandford in the Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences (WEISS) to…
Read more…