Thanks to funding from ACM SIGCHI and The Adapt Centre, we are organising an International Summer School on e-Health and m-Health at Trinity College Dublin, tentatively scheduled for 26th-30th June 2017. The event will be targetted at PhD and new postdoctoral level researchers in HCI, Computer Science, Psychology and the Health Sciences who . . . → Read More: International Summer School on e-Health and m-Health
I was delighted to present a keynote at the 10th Irish HCI conference on the 14th of October at the Aula Maxima in UCC. Pictured here are with Prof. John McCarthy, head of Applied Psychology at UCC, event organisers Dr. Conor Linehan and Dr. Nadia Pantidi, keynote speaker Prof. Yvonne Rogers of UCL, . . . → Read More: Keynote at 10th Irish HCI Conference
The event will start with a presentation of the results of the WHAAM project on ADHD behaviour monitoring. Following this there will be a mix of short talks on Child and Adolescent Mental Health, and the use of technology in the space, and some interactive sessions to discuss opportunities for future work. It will . . . → Read More: Workshop on technology in child and adolescent mental health and final presentation of WHAAM project for ADHD behaviour monitoring
The Irish Research Council have awarded myself and Inspire Ireland (ie.reachout.com) a New Foundations grant to support the International Technology for Wellbeing (T4WB) Conference for 2015. (IRC announcement). The conference will bring together a range of experts in technology, mental health and wellbeing from health services, the voluntary sector and academia.
The call for papers for an ACM EICS Workshop on Dynamic And Continuous Computer-Human Interaction has been released:
This workshop provides a focal point to the engineering of “continuous” and “dynamic” interaction as means of interfacing with computing systems. We include dynamics because feedback from the devices (e.g. visual, haptic or audio feedback) influences our actions and changes our perceptions over time. Thus we control what we perceive. Continuous interaction is at the heart of the interaction between the human and sensor-based applications such as gesture-controlled applications.
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