A human-centred approach to cultural heritage technologies

07/07/2020

Join academic thought leader Luigina Ciolfi, Professor of Human Centred Computing at Sheffield Hallam University, on UCD Discovery's 'Zoom for Thought' 15-min chat series on Tuesday July 7th @ 2pm GMT where she will discuss digital technologies supporting community participation in heritage & culture.

Join the UCD Discovery Zoom for Thought chat "A human-centred approach to cultural heritage technologies" via zoom;

https://ucd-ie.zoom.us/j/96477198671?pwd=cFlXK1dmejVYUmtRbjhvbDFtRWxmZz09

Meeting ID: 964 7719 8671

Password: 983058

The event kicks off at 2pm sharp and finishes at 2.15pm.

Biography

Luigina Ciolfi is Professor of Human Centred Computing at Sheffield Hallam University. She holds a PhD in Human-Computer Interaction from the University of Limerick. She researches the role and impact of digital technologies in people’s lives from a multidisciplinary perspective bridging computing, design and the social sciences.

Luigina has been an invited speaker in thirteen countries, co-authored over 100 publications, and holds expert roles for numerous funding bodies and scientific committees. She was a member of the Irish National Consultation Panel on Cultural Heritage and Global Change, and visiting fellow at Maynooth University Social Sciences Institute.

Recent books are “Cultural Heritage Communities: Technologies and Challenges” (Routledge), “Human-Computer Interactions in Museums” (Morgan & Claypool), and "Made To Work" (Routledge).

Luigina is senior member of the ACM - Association for Computing Machinery and member of the British Psychological Society.