Monthly Archives: October 2012

Successful Seminar by Dr Keith Cheverst

The S+I seminar on  “Exploring the design and use of public situated displays for supporting sense of community in a rural village”  was a great success. The audience heard of Keith’s exploration of the ways in which a situated digital display deployment … Continue reading

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Dr Keith Cheverst, University of Lancaster, visits S+I

Keith Cheverst visiting us this week will be a part of two events in our group. On Thursday, 25th October, 12:30pm, he will participate in an HCI Masterclass, commenting on presentations from selected early candidature PhD students from our research … Continue reading

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S+I Research Seminar – October 19 – Henrik Sørensen

9:30-10:30am, room 0.2.15, Cassiopeia Title: The Interaction Space of a Multi-Device, Multi-User Music Experience. Abstract: The increasing interoperability between electronic devices in our everyday life offers great opportunities for ubiquitous computing in non-work settings. There are however aspects of the … Continue reading

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What is this new research centre about?

The Research Centre for Socio-Interactive Design sees its primary goal as conducting and promoting research that integrates both the social and the interactive aspects of IT artefacts and services. S+I is between design and use and at the same time … Continue reading

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