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 sessions.
Alex presents his research, and also chairs a session
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ESD Group Christmas Party9th December 2010
The ESD Christmas Party was held this evening at an Indian Restaurant in the centre of Southampton. Everyone seemed to have a very enjoyable evening, and the restauarant even had a magician touring the tables all night (see the photo)! This created some controversial discussions on how the tricks may have worked, and also a lot of confusion over what was happening (I think some people were beginning to believe in magic)!
After the meal, a group of us continued the celebrations afterwards in t... [more]
Promoted to Associate Professor3rd March 2014
I have been promoted to Associate Professor, effective immediately!
This recognises my contribution to education and research at the University, and reflects the international recognition of my work.
(in actual fact, I've been promoted to Senior Lecturer until later in 2014, when the University is renaming the role to Associate Professor)