Tu Dinh Duong
My research at UCLIC is in collaboration with one of the world's leading hospitals for children, Great Ormond Street Hospital and their DRIVE unit (Digital Research, Informatics and Virtual Environments unit), where I am investigating new technologies for hospitals with the aim to improve the lives of patients, their families and clinicians by designing and evaluating future interfaces and novel interactions for intelligent healthcare systems in hospitals. The research is conducted under the supervision of Prof Yvonne Rogers, Prof Ann Blandford and Prof Neil Sebire with funding from the EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council).
I received a BA in Graphic and Media Design specialising in Information Design at the University of the Arts London (London College of Communication) and undertook my MSc in Human-Computer Interaction at University College London. My industry work and experience in design and technology spans a broad range of sectors and scales, from start-ups, institutions, brands to global corporations, in addition to entrepreneurial ventures.