November 15th – 9:30 – 4:00. School of IT Lecture Theater 123
The Human-Centred Technology research group will be running a day workshop covering sensing, visualization and finding meaning from personal data around physical activity. We will discuss the range of applications in physiology, sleep and physical activity.
We will have two lightning talk sessions aimed at connecting research challenges and creative solutions. HDR students are also welcome to present their research in four-minute talks during a student research session. Each lightning or HDR talk will be strictly limited to four minutes. If you wish to participate, please send a single slide to firstname.lastname@example.org by COB 12th November.
– Lightning talk session 1 is for presenting your research challenge that you think can be addressed by modern sensors and visualisation.
– Lightning talk session 2 is for presenting your research projects, teaching and learning insights and applications of your research into modern sensing and visualization for physical activity.
Please register as lunch will be provided: