Professor Lizbeth Goodman will be moderating the HCI track at Hopper Local / Dublin at Microsoft Ireland.
Speakers will be:
Grace Hughes, Senior Content Designer for Fjord at The Dock, Accenture’s R&D hub.
Genevieve Smith-Nunes, Lecturer in computing education & digital media at University of Roehampton.
Kathryn Parkes, Design Researcher and UX Designer currently working with Cisco.
Hopper Local / Dublin February 27, 2019 · 7:30 am – 7:00 pm
Hopper Local / Dublin is a one-day locally organized conference modeled after our Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC). This immersive event brings together women technologists at all levels – along with leading companies from industry, academia, and research – to build relationships, learn, and advance their careers. Hopper Local / Dublin is the inaugural event and will launch an AnitaB.org Local Community in Ireland.
General Registration – 199.00 EUR / all-day event
This month’s IDRC seminar is shared with Engineers Without Borders: see poster below.
The event takes place in Dublin this Thursday (31/01/19) evening from 18:30-19:30, at Engineers Ireland HQ, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4.
Tickets are free and available from the link below.
Newsflash: SMARTlab Oz opened at the Old Railway Station in Newcastle Australia, in collaboration with Renew Newcastle and a team of interdisciplinary artists and technologists with a vision to make real social and cultural impact in the city and surroundings. SMARTlab colleagues Zi Siang See, Dr Donovan Jones, Haireena Ooi and Shanna Fealey demonstrated a range of VR/AR projects with the community. Onwards SMARTlab Oz. . .
Read this piece on Prof Lizbeth Goodman and all the great work under the under the SMARTlab INCLUDE banner:
Inclusive VR/AR Training Tools and Methods co-chaired by Prof Lizbeth Goodman and Prof Jacki Morie
Papers and practical presentations of new tools including MOOCS, AR apps et al are invited. Each submission should identify the user group it serves, with a note of any sensory, physical, cognitive or learning issues to be addressed.
This special session will focus on emerging Brain & Affective computer interfaces for AR/VR and Immersive environments and applications within the scope of Games and Interactive media technologies.
submit here: https://edas.info/
- Wearables & Tactile Interfaces, co-chaired by Prof Lizbeth Goodman & Dr Camille Baker
- This special session solicits research contributions focussed on exploring the uses of textiles, smart materials, and wearables to enhance haptic or tactile memory triggers and the application of these sensing & interface technologies in the context of games and interactive media systems.