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UCLIC research seminars generally take place on Wednesdays at 3PM during term-time. Please see notices below in case of deviating dates/times of individual seminars (indicated in italic). Coffee and tea will be served afterwards around 4PM. If you would like to arrange to meet with a seminar speaker before/after a talk, kindly contact the host(s) or one of the seminar organisers: Duncan Brumby, Georgia Panagiotidou, Jeremy Opie.

To arrange to give a seminar talk at UCLIC, please contact one of the seminar organisers (see above).

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Engaging people with material through low cost technology

Engaging people with material through low cost technology
This online seminar presents work in progress to develop low-cost ubiquitous technology to support a textile circular economy based on wellbeing. The first part will explore how to best harness interactive low cost ubiquitous tools to capture garment material properties and behaviour. Initial work…
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UCLIC Research Seminar 9th March: Tawanna Dillahunt, In Search of Community-Based Solutions to Transportation Challenges among Historically-Excluded and Transportation-Scarce Communities

UCLIC Research Seminar 9th March: Tawanna Dillahunt,  In Search of Community-Based Solutions to Transportation Challenges among Historically-Excluded and Transportation-Scarce Communities
Advances in Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) present exciting opportunities for addressing transportation challenges (e.g., poor service availability, reliability, quality, and infrastructure access). However, millions of low-income Americans do not share these benefits equally…
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UCLIC Research Seminar 15th December: Dr Judith Odili Uchidiuno, Designing culturally relevant early literacy and STEM educational technologies that supplement formal education for underserved students

UCLIC Research Seminar 15th December: Dr Judith Odili Uchidiuno, Designing culturally relevant early literacy and STEM educational technologies that supplement formal education for underserved students
Education technologies are often posited as solutions for closing early literacy and STEM gaps for students with limited access to quality formal education. Some technologies have shown success as educational interventions; however, many others fail as they do not account for the culture and…
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