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European iSchools Doctoral Seminar Series

  • 26 Feb 2021
  • 14:00 - 16:00
  • Virtual

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.

Time (CET)

Time

(EEST)

Time 

(UTC/GMT)

Title 

Chair / Presenter

iSchool

1400

1500

1300

Welcome and Introduction

Peter Bath

Sheffield

1405

1505

1305

The Quantified Self

Jakub Fiala

Charles University, Prague

1425

1525

1325

Questions

Sylvain Daronnat

Strathclyde

1445

1545

1345

Break



1455

1555

1355

Immersive Technologies in Complex Manufacturing Systems as an Informational Problem: A Human-Centered Approach

Filipa Ramalho

INESC TEC, University of Porto

1515 

1615

1415

Questions

Alexander Frummett

Regensburg

1535

1635

1435

General discussion

Peter Bath

Sheffield

1550

1650

1450

Close

Peter Bath

Sheffield


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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