HCI Research Group Seminars

News about seminars (and other activities of the HCI Group) is distributed via the york-hci mailing list. This is maintained by Jisc - and you may subscribe yourself to the list.

Seminars usually take place on Thursdays, 13.30-14.30 in CSE/082 – unless otherwise specified.

Information for speakers is available.



Autumn Term 2017

Date Speaker Room Title
(Links to abstract)
5 October Helen Petrie, Paul Cairns, Chris Power,
David Zendle, Alistair Edwards
CSE/082 My research and my favourite student project
12 October Helen Petrie CSE/082 HCI and food sustainability
19 October   CSE/082  
26 October CSE/082
2 November   CSE/082  
9 November Helen Petrie CSE/082 Flash mob usability testing
16 November   CSE/082  
23 November   CSE/082  
30 November Helen Petrie, Chris Power CSE/082 The HCI Group's work on technology for disabled people

Abstracts

5 October
Helen Petrie, Paul Cairns, Chris Power, David Zendle & Alistair Edwards: My research and my favourite student project

This is mainly a chance for new members of the Group to find out about the research of the established members. We will outline our research interests in general and talk about one (or more) of the related student projects that we have supervised. This will give new students a chance to start thinking about the kind of project they might like to undertake.

12 October

October 16 is World Food Day and Helen will speak about her part in the IKnowFood Project.

9 November 2017
Helen Petrie: Flash mob usability testing

This is World Usability Day, and we will mark it by undertaking a cooperative usability evaluation.

30 November
Helen Petrie, Chris Power: The HCI Group's work on technology for disabled people

3 December is the International Day of Disabled Persons

Archive of previous seminars


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