Centre for Human Interaction Design at City Uni: open day Thur 12 April via @cityuni_hcid

City University’s Centre for Human Interaction Design is having an open day on Thursday 12 April 2012 from 1-6pm.

More information including registration details below; the text comes from http://www.city.ac.uk/informatics/school-organisation/centre-for-human-computer-interaction-design

You can also follow them on Twitter at @cityuni_hcid

The EPSRC-funded chi+med project is taking place over four universities (City University, Queen Mary University of London, Swansea University and UCL (University College London)) and two hospitals (Royal Free, London and Singleton Hospital in Swansea) and the people working on the chi+med project at City are Dr George Buchanan and Jonathan Day (PhD student).

Our full list of researchers and staff can be found here http://www.chi-med.ac.uk/about/chimedteam.php



Centre for Human Computer Interaction Design

The Centre for HCI Design is the elite Human-Computer Interaction group in London and we take great pride in our outstanding research, teaching and consultancy & business services. Our prime focus is the relationship between people and innovative technology with the aim of creating more useful and usable systems.

Annual Open Day

Human Computer Interaction Design – hcid2012

Date: Thursday 12 April 2012
Time: 1.00 – 6.00PM

Annual Open Day with tours, talks and workshops

Register here http://hcid.soi.city.ac.uk/cityinteractionlab/blog/city-university-london-hcid-open-day-2012/


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