News, Events, Seminars

UCLIC research seminars generally take place on Wednesdays at 3PM in Room 4.05 (66-72 Gower Street) during term-time. Please see notices below in case of deviating dates/times/locations of individual seminars (indicated in italic). Coffee and tea will be served afterwards around 4PM in the 2nd floor hub room (please bring your own cups). Please contact Aline de Borst for enquiries about seminar notices. If you would like to arrange to meet with a seminar speaker before/after a talk, kindly contact the host(s) or Giulia Barbareschi.

To arrange to give a seminar talk at UCLIC, please contact Temitayo Olugbade.

UCLIC Research Seminars


30 August 2019 - 3PM
Andreas Holzinger (Medical University of Graz)
From Explainable AI to Human‐Centered AI
Hosts: Duncan Brumby, Anna Cox
Location: Room 110, Roberts Engineering Building, Torrington Place


6 September 2019 - 2PM
Gregory Abowd (Georgia Institute of Technology)
The Internet of Materials: The next logical step or a paradigm shift?
Host: Ann Blandford
Location: Room 4.05, 66-72 Gower Street


18 September 2019 - 3PM
Ellen Bass (Drexel University)
An integrated information processing and task-based approach to making function allocation decisions
Host: Giulia Barbareschi
Location: Room 4.05, 66-72 Gower Street


2 October 2019 - 3PM
Dorian Peters (Cambridge University)
Designing for psychological needs as a pathway to wellbeing-supportive technology
Host: Julia Manning
Location: Room 4.05, 66-72 Gower Street


9 October 2019 - 3PM
Jo Vermeulen (Aarhus University)
TBA
Hosts: Enrico Costanza, Nicolai Marquardt
Location: Room 4.05, 66-72 Gower Street


23 October 2019 - 3PM
Ben Oldfrey (University College London)
Stretchable Sensor Skins using Printers, Vision and Neural Networks
Host: Giulia Barbareschi
Location: Room 6.12A, Malet Place Engineering Building


30 October 2019 - 3PM
Bran Knowles (Lancaster University)
Understanding older adults' distrust of digital technology
Host: Yvonne Rogers
Location: Room 6.12A, Malet Place Engineering Building


13 November 2019 - 3PM
Annie Lau (University College London)
Patient Work
Host: Giulia Barbareschi
Location: Room 4.05, 66-72 Gower Street


20 November 2019 - 3PM
Pawel Wozniak (Utrecht University)
Designing for the 51%: Technologies for advanced amateurs in sports
Host: Tao Bi
Location: Room 4.05, 66-72 Gower Street


27 November 2019 - 3PM
Regan Mandryk (University of Saskatchewan)
Fun Science: The Power of Play
Host: Anna Cox
Location: Room 6.12A, Malet Place Engineering Building


11 December 2019 - 3PM
Conor Linehan (University College Cork)
Understanding and improving how people learn through playing games
Host: Anna Cox
Location: Room 4.05, 66-72 Gower Street


Calendar

Past seminars





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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