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UCLIC Research Seminar 13th of January: Stefanie Mueller (MIT). Advancing Personal Fabrication by Making Physical Objects as Reprogrammable as Digital Data

UCLIC Research Seminar 13th of January: Stefanie Mueller (MIT). Advancing Personal Fabrication by Making Physical Objects as Reprogrammable as Digital Data
Computing has revolutionized how we process and interact with data today, unfortunately, these capabilities are constraint to the digital realm and cannot yet be applied to physical matter. For instance, today, we can already quickly update the appearance of a digital photo by applying a filter or…
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Welcome to new starters - 2020-21

Welcome to new starters - 2020-21
We would like to welcome back Dr Melanie Herrmann, who returned to UCLIC this week as an Associate Lecturer (Teaching) on the MSc in HCI course! We also welcome back Dr Anna Rudnicka, who returned last Autumn to work as a Research Fellow on the GetaMoveOn project! And we also have quite a large…
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Temporary Casual Research Assistant position available!

Temporary Casual Research Assistant position available!
We are looking for a research assistant to conduct online studies with people with chronic pain to understand how wearable technology can help them remain physically active. The work is part of the EnTimeMent project and is from 1 Jan 2021 up to 30 June (~200 hrs) and may be extended. The…
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UCLIC Research Seminar 25th of November: Katarzyna Stawarz (Cardiff University). Integrating the Digital and the Traditional to Deliver Therapy for Depression: A User-Centred Design Study

UCLIC Research Seminar 25th of November: Katarzyna Stawarz (Cardiff University). Integrating the Digital and the Traditional to Deliver Therapy for Depression: A User-Centred Design Study
Traditional approaches to psychotherapy emphasise face-to-face contact between patients and therapists, while current computerised approaches tend to minimise this contact. This can limit the range of mental health difficulties for which computerised approaches are effective. In this talk, Kathy…
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Professor Yvonne Rogers awarded the Suffrage Science award!

Professor Yvonne Rogers awarded the Suffrage Science award!
Professor Yvonne Rogers has been chosen to receive a prestigious award celebrating the achievements of women in STEM. She was honoured at the third Suffrage Science Awards for Mathematics and Computing online celebration on Friday 6 November 2020. Over one hundred years after the first women in…
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UCLIC Research Seminar 14th of October: Praminda Caleb-Solly (Bristol Robotics Laboratory). Connected and Collaborative – designing assistive robots to change the dynamics of health and social care.

UCLIC Research Seminar 14th of October: Praminda Caleb-Solly (Bristol Robotics Laboratory). Connected and Collaborative – designing assistive robots to change the dynamics of health and social care.
Assistive robots offer the potential to transform people's ability to manage their own health, particularly those with the greatest need and lack of adequate support. Our research is exploring how connecting robots with different types of sensors can provide real-time information to not only…
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Research Fellow on WEISS project available!

Research Fellow on WEISS project available!
We are currently advertising a post-doctoral Research Fellow position on the WEISS project - this position is now live to external applicants. The successful candidate will work with Prof. Ann Blandford in the Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences (WEISS) to investigate…
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Research Fellow position on GetaMoveOn project

Research Fellow position on GetaMoveOn project
We are recruiting a Research Fellow to work on the GetaMoveOn project (GAMO). Please see the UCL advert for more information and how to apply. See also the Job description and Person specification - the deadline is Wed 20 August 2020 and interviews will be around 27 August.
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