NetwellCASALA researchers at British HCI
Dr. Niamh Caprani and Michael Wilson attended and presented at British HCI this week. The 2015 British Human Computer Interaction Conference was held in Lincoln from 13th-17th July and organised by the University of Lincoln’s Social Computing (LiSC) research centre in conjunction with Open Lab at Newcastle University.
The conference attracted in excess of 250 people from 20 different counties from around the globe, and culminated in a live video-linked discussion between attendees and Julian Assange which was chaired by Chris Csikszentmihalyi.
Niamh was presenting a full paper “Exploring healthcare professionals’ preferences for visualising sensor data” and Michael presented a poster in the evening session “Designing Stress Management Interventions for Older Adults to Improve Wellbeing”.