Tactile Device Research on BBC Radio Solent's 'Drive Time'5th April 2011
Dr Sara Demain and I appeared live today on BBC Radio Solent's 'Drive Time' show, and talked about our research on tactile devices for stroke rehabilitation.
Being interviewed by BBC Radio Solent
This follows the a press release earlier in the week, that can be seen on the ECS website or, to give an example, on The Engineer. Our paper, titled 'Design and Qualitative Evaluation of Tactile Devices for Stroke Rehabilitation' will be presented tomorrow (06 April) at the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Assisted Living Conference.
The interview aired during the Steve Harris show, between 16:00-19:00 on 05 April 2011. A clip of the radio interview can be downloaded here (copyright BBC, 2011).
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Alex Presents Research at SenseCam 20123rd April 2012
Alex Wood presented our research on 'DejaView' at the recent 2012 SenseCam Symposium. DejaView is a system designed to help sufferers of memory loss, in particular by allowing them to receive relevant real-time feedback. In the current demonstrator, this feedback gives the wearer information on who they are looking at - for example their name, relationship, when they last saw them etc. Alex was also awarded a bursary by the conference organisers to attend the symposium, and chaired one of the se... [more]
Davide Offered Two Internships!14th June 2013
One of the PhD students in my team, Davide Zilli, has been successful in receiving offers for two internships.The first of these is a 6-month internship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), within the SENSEable Cities Lab.After this, Davide will go straight to his second internship, a 3-month placement at Microsoft Research in Cambirdge, UK.These internships are very competitive, and many congratulations to Davide!