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UCLIC is a world leading Centre of Excellence in Human-Computer Interaction teaching and research, studying interactions between people and technology.

The UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC) is a world leading Centre of Excellence in Human-Computer Interaction teaching and research, studying interactions between people and technology, drawing on the best scientific traditions in Computer Science and Human Sciences, and working collaboratively with the research community and industry. UCLIC offers a range of post-graduate programmes in Human-Computer Interaction, including an MSc taught programme and a PhD research programme.

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UCLIC Research Seminar 10 January: Susanne Boll, Prosocial Embedded AI: Artificial Intelligence in a Prosocial Interaction with Humans 07/01/2024

UCLIC Research Seminar 10 January: Susanne Boll, Prosocial Embedded AI: Artificial Intelligence in a Prosocial Interaction with Humans https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 10 January: Susanne Boll, Prosocial Embedded AI: Artificial Intelligence in a Prosocial Interaction with Humans AI-based technologies have and will become an integral part of everyday life, shaping the way we communicate, work, learn and interact with others. Information and decisions provided by an AI based on machine learning will be embedded in everyday interactive systems. While we see research explaining...

UCLIC Research Seminar 13th December, Mark Perry: Resolving ambiguity in symmetrical interactions: “Do I scan you or you scan me?” 07/12/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 13th December, Mark Perry: Resolving ambiguity in symmetrical interactions: “Do I scan you or you scan me?” https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 13th December, Mark Perry: Resolving ambiguity in symmetrical interactions: “Do I scan you or you scan me?” This presentation will examine colocated payment in China using mobile phones, focusing on the impact of interface design on interactional progression. Specifically, it addresses the problem of interactional ambiguity, where a transaction can be executed by either user on their mobile device. App-ba...

MSc HCI Prize Winners 2023 announced! 04/12/2023

MSc HCI Prize Winners 2023 announced! https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

MSc HCI Prize Winners 2023 announced! The MSc HCI Board of Examiners met in November. Alongside confirming project and degree results, the board awarded the following prizes. MSc HCI Project Prize: Patrick Hussey This prize was awarded to Patrick for his outstanding project "Examining future interactions with refreshable tactile display...

UCLIC Research Seminar 29th November, Piotr Mirowski: Live Theatre Performance with Artificial Intelligence 23/11/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 29th November, Piotr Mirowski: Live Theatre Performance with Artificial Intelligence https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 29th November, Piotr Mirowski: Live Theatre Performance with Artificial Intelligence The impressive developments in language and image models have both opened new creative possibilities for artists and surfaced ethical concerns about the impact of generative AI upon the arts. In this talk, I will cover the subject of AI as a creativity support tool, focusing on theatre and live perf...

UCLIC Research Seminar 15th November, Julian Frommel: Toxicity, Hate, and Harassment in Online Spaces 13/11/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 15th November, Julian Frommel: Toxicity, Hate, and Harassment in Online Spaces https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 15th November, Julian Frommel: Toxicity, Hate, and Harassment in Online Spaces Toxicity, hate, and harassment are increasingly problematic and widespread in online spaces, such as social media, social VR, and online multiplayer games. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) reports high numbers for the prevalence of harassment, including 40% to 83% of Americans experiencing harassmen...

Three UCLIC and GDI Hub colleagues nominated among UK's most influential disabled people. Congratulations are in order! 06/11/2023

Three UCLIC and GDI Hub colleagues nominated among UK's most influential disabled people. Congratulations are in order! https://uclic.ucl.ac.uk/content/7-news-events-seminars/20231106-three-uclic-and-gdi-hub-colleagues-nominated-among-uk-s-most-influential-disabled-people-congratulations-are-in-order/gdi-hub_congrats.jpg

Three UCLIC and GDI Hub colleagues nominated among UK's most influential disabled people. Congratulations are in order! GDI Hub funders, Professor Cathy Holloway and Associate Professor Victoria Austin, together with PhD student and activist, Anna Hope Landre, have been nominated among UK's 100 most influential disabled people in the DisabilityPower100 2023. The Disability Power 100 is a platform for change, celebrat...

A warm welcome to new staff and students 03/10/2023

A warm welcome to new staff and students https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

A warm welcome to new staff and students Join us in welcoming the following new colleagues and students: Academics Fahad Ahmed - Associate Lecturer (Teaching) Dr George Chalhoub - Lecturer Dr Akin Delibasi, Lecturer, Systems Engineering for the Internet of Things MSc Researchers Dr Narsimlu Kemsaram, Research Fellow in Multi-Robot Systems....

Systems Engineering for the Internet of Things: New MSc programme launched 03/10/2023

Systems Engineering for the Internet of Things: New MSc programme launched https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

Systems Engineering for the Internet of Things: New MSc programme launched The Internet of Things (IoT) is a fast-growing field, aiming to explore and confront the multiple challenges arising from the interaction of digital and physical processes. By harnessing the power of academic expertise in Engineering for the Internet of Things, this recently launched MSc programme w...

UCLIC Research Seminar 4th October: Aisling O'Kane, Digital Health and Care: The Context for Real World Impact 02/10/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 4th October: Aisling O'Kane, Digital Health and Care: The Context for Real World Impact https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 4th October: Aisling O'Kane, Digital Health and Care: The Context for Real World Impact There are many opportunities to harness technologies innovations for the benefit of provision of health and care in the UK and worldwide. However, the real-world use and adoption of these technologies can be less than straightforward - people are diverse, unpredictable, and just plain weird. This ta...

UCLIC Research Seminar 19 July: Ofer Bergman, Collecting Music in the Streaming Age 24/07/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 19 July: Ofer Bergman, Collecting Music in the Streaming Age https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 19 July: Ofer Bergman, Collecting Music in the Streaming Age Since Thomas Edison invented the gramophone, and for over one hundred years, the activities of privately listening to music and collecting it have been inseparable. Streaming music applications allow users to collect any amount of music (e.g., by "liking" songs) at no additional cost. On the other ....

UCLIC Research Seminar 12th July 2023 - Dean Mohamedally & Sheena Visram: UCL MotionInput: Touchless Computing and its application in Clinical Healthcare Interaction 07/07/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 12th July 2023 - Dean Mohamedally & Sheena Visram: UCL MotionInput: Touchless Computing and its application in Clinical Healthcare Interaction https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 12th July 2023 - Dean Mohamedally & Sheena Visram: UCL MotionInput: Touchless Computing and its application in Clinical Healthcare Interaction This talk will introduce UCL MotionInput, a suite of software applications developed since Summer 2020, by over 150 students and academics at University College London's Department of Computer Science. The software enables a variety of pathways of touchless interactions with a computer using a stand...

UCLIC Research Seminar 5 July: Xiaoli Wu, How Information Within the Perceptual Span Guides Visual Search and Aids Perception 26/06/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 5 July: Xiaoli Wu, How Information Within the Perceptual Span Guides Visual Search and Aids Perception https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 5 July: Xiaoli Wu, How Information Within the Perceptual Span Guides Visual Search and Aids Perception In this talk, I will introduce some of my previous research on information displays, which will discuss how information visualization work can contribute to the design of experiments underway or to be conducted. We explore the guiding effect of task-related information appearing within the perceptua...

UCLIC Research Seminar 16 June: Jo Iacovides, Designing Games to Support Reflection on Wellbeing: Student-Life Balance 16/06/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 16 June: Jo Iacovides, Designing Games to Support Reflection on Wellbeing: Student-Life Balance https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 16 June: Jo Iacovides, Designing Games to Support Reflection on Wellbeing: Student-Life Balance In this talk, I will introduce some of my previous research on games, wellbeing, and reflection, before focusing on the design and evaluation of the Student-Life Balance game, which was created to prompt student reflection on their work-life. We focused on this area as students in higher education o...

Inspiring young Black British students 13/06/2023

Inspiring young Black British students https://uclic.ucl.ac.uk/content/7-news-events-seminars/20230613-inspiring-young-black-british-students/l1001379.jpg

Inspiring young Black British students EDI initiatives at UCL are wide-ranging and thriving. On 1 June the Department of Computer Science hosted an on-campus day with a group of Year 12 students from Thinking Black, an organisation whose mission aims to 'engage, equip and empower a new generation of young Black voices'. The students atte...

UCLIC Research Seminar 14 June: Yuan-Chi Tseng - Understanding and Designing Technological Support for Clients, Professionals and Collaborations 09/06/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 14 June: Yuan-Chi Tseng - Understanding and Designing Technological Support for Clients, Professionals and Collaborations https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 14 June: Yuan-Chi Tseng - Understanding and Designing Technological Support for Clients, Professionals and Collaborations User-centered design recognizes the importance of considering the specific needs of clients and professionals when designing technical support. In some cases, creating a better ecosystem may indeed require facilitating collaboration between clients, professionals, or both. By focusing on collaborati...

UCLIC & Infosec Research Seminar 8 June: Sameer Patil, Privacy? There’s no app for that! 05/06/2023

UCLIC & Infosec Research Seminar 8 June: Sameer Patil, Privacy? There’s no app for that! https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC & Infosec Research Seminar 8 June: Sameer Patil, Privacy? There’s no app for that! Smartphone apps can often be privacy-invasive. Yet, billions around the world routinely use such apps in their everyday lives despite expressing desires for privacy protection. In this talk, I will present the results of a number of empirical studies in which we have attempted to understand this see...

UCLIC Research Seminar 7 June: Timothy Neate, Total Communication Technologies 05/06/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 7 June: Timothy Neate, Total Communication Technologies https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 7 June: Timothy Neate, Total Communication Technologies Human communication is complex. We do so much more than speak, listen, read and write. These modalities are often complemented by a nuanced range of body language, gestures, and myriad other means. These broader notions of expression are termed 'Total Communication' and are particularly important fo...

New opp: Research Assistant in HCI – Investigating Challenges and Opportunities around Clinical Data 30/05/2023

New opp: Research Assistant in HCI – Investigating Challenges and Opportunities around Clinical Data https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

New opp: Research Assistant in HCI – Investigating Challenges and Opportunities around Clinical Data Ref Number: B02-05141 Department: School of Life & Medical Sciences (B02) Location: London Working Pattern: Full time Salary: £35,702 -37,548 inclusive of London allowance Contract Type: Fixed-term Working Type: Hybrid (20% - 80% on site) Closing Date: 18 June 2023 About the role We are looking for...

UCLIC Research Seminar 31 May: Marta Cecchinato - Rethinking Family Informatics: A Duoethnography About Shared Data, Sense Making, and (In)visible labour 27/05/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 31 May: Marta Cecchinato - Rethinking Family Informatics: A Duoethnography About Shared Data, Sense Making, and (In)visible labour https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 31 May: Marta Cecchinato - Rethinking Family Informatics: A Duoethnography About Shared Data, Sense Making, and (In)visible labour This talk will provide insights from a two-year long duoethnography of family informatics. The work focuses on tracking technologies designed to support new parents and takes a data feminist perspective. From the findings, I will be discussing how family informatics in particular can encapsulate mor...

UCLIC Research Seminar 24 May: Cara Wilson - Co-design with non-verbal and minimally-verbal children on the autism spectrum. 19/05/2023

UCLIC Research Seminar 24 May: Cara Wilson - Co-design with non-verbal and minimally-verbal children on the autism spectrum. https://ifttt.com/images/no_image_card.png

UCLIC Research Seminar 24 May: Cara Wilson - Co-design with non-verbal and minimally-verbal children on the autism spectrum. In this talk, Cara will describe her work in autism-specific primary school contexts, where she collaboratively explored how to better support the integration of non-verbal and minimally-verbal design contributions into the design process. She will describe the tangible technologies and methodologic...

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