The next installment in the European iSchools Doctoral Seminar Series takes place on Feb 26, 2021. Vist the series webpage for more information and joining instruction.
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The Quantified Self
Charles University, Prague
Immersive Technologies in Complex Manufacturing Systems as an Informational Problem: A Human-Centered Approach
INESC TEC, University of Porto
Jakub Fiala is a postgraduate student of Information Science, Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, where he also works as a lecturer and New Media Studies coordinator.
Abstract: Self-tracking and its influence on one’s behaviour, experience and motivation to change – commonly referred to using the title of my presentation - is my main research interest. Indeed, results give an account not only about one’s inner state, but also of broader implications and the relationship to society.
Filipa Ramalho is a PhD candidate at the University of Porto, Portugal, and she is also a researcher at INESC TEC. She studied Information Science (Bachelor’s Degree and Master’s Degree). She then worked on projects as a business processes and information systems consultant for eight years with companies from different industrial sectors.
Abstract: Immersive applications immersive technologies are being developed to support and enhance human-worker at the factories. This doctoral research aims to study the combination of immersive technologies (as a way to convey real/virtual visual information), centered in the human-worker (as the crucial key user) as an information organization/retrieval problem. This talk will present this doctoral research project.
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