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Fully funded PhD opportunity at UCLIC - now closed

Fully funded PhD opportunity at UCLIC - now closed
The Computer Science department at UCL is advertising an EPSRC-funded PhD scholarship open to any topics that fall under the remit of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), including Human Computer Interaction. So if you are interested in the opportunity of a fully funded…
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Welcome to new staff and students at UCLIC!

Welcome to new staff and students at UCLIC!
We would like to welcome Dr Aneesha Singh, who joined our academic team in UCLIC on 1 September 2018! We also welcome our new PhD students who joined us at the end of September 2018! These are: Tigi Bhatnagar being supervised by Cathy Holloway Robert Cinca being supervised by Enrico Costanza Tudinh…
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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 quoted in BBC article

UCLIC quoted in BBC article
Anna Cox is quoted by the BBC in their article on checking work emails outside work. With more of us checking emails outside working hours, Anna stresses the need to switch-off from work and how not doing so can affect productivity and physical and mental health problems. View the full article…
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UCLIC research on errors cited in Psychology Today

UCLIC research on errors cited in Psychology Today
Work by Maartje Ament, Anna Cox, Ann Blandford and Duncan Brumby on common errors made with technology is cited in an article by Psychology Today. The article lists the top 5 memory mistakes—and strategies people can use to overcome them. View the full article here: How to Avoid Your Five…
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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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Funded PhD studentship based at UCL Here East

Funded PhD studentship based at UCL Here East
There is a PhD studentship available, funded by Horizon 2020 and supervised by Dr Cathy Holloway. The studentship will be linked to UCLIC, but based at Here East - there is no fixed deadline for applications, but the project must start in October 2018. Please see the advert for more information.
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UCLIC research featured in BBC TV programme Click

UCLIC research featured in BBC TV programme Click
Nadia Berthouze, together with Temitayo Olugbade and Youngjun Cho, recently contributed to the BBC TV programme "Click". The episode, called 'It's Been Emotional', features Nadia's research on emotion-detecting technology. The episode is available to watch online at the link below: bb…
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