News, Events, Seminars

UCLIC research seminars are on Wednesdays at 3pm during term-time. Please see notices for confirmation of the room number for each seminar.

If you would like to come and give a seminar talk, or would like further details on any seminars listed here, please contact Enrico Costanza or Aneesha Singh.



UCLIC Research Seminar 19th September: Antonio Cerone (Nazarbayev University) on "A Cognitive Architecture to Support Verification and Validation of Formal System Models and Validation of Research Hypotheses on Cognition"

UCLIC Research Seminar 19th September: Antonio Cerone (Nazarbayev University) on "A Cognitive Architecture to Support Verification and Validation of Formal System Models and Validation of Research Hypotheses on Cognition"
Abstract: Formal Methods are successfully used in the verification of interactive systems, especially for safety-critical properties. However, formal approaches are normally applied in an ad hoc manner to restricted application domains or even just to specific case studies. Although a large numbers…
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UCLIC Research Seminar 8th August: Gloria Mark (University of California, Irvine) on "Understanding the workplace experience through sensor tracking of behavior"

UCLIC Research Seminar 8th August: Gloria Mark (University of California, Irvine) on "Understanding the workplace experience through sensor tracking of behavior"
Understanding the workplace experience is important in order to develop solutions to improve health, mood, and performance, and reduce stress. However, until recently, cognitive, emotional, and behavioral measurements of the workplace experience have been constrained by methodologies based on…
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UCLIC Research Seminar 6th December: Suzanne Martin, University of Ulster - Involving users in novel research from concept to implementation isn’t rocket science!

UCLIC Research Seminar 6th December: Suzanne Martin, University of Ulster -  Involving users in novel research from concept to implementation isn’t rocket science!
To achieve impact the ultimate aim of novel technical research and development must therefore be to create usable solutions for real world environments. New and innovative technologies have the potential to enable choice, dignity and person centered care for people living with complex neurological…
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