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Making health systems work for everybody: breaking down health inequalities through place-based, pathway co-production

Centre for Digital Cultures and Innovation Centre for Transforming Sexuality and Gender Making health systems work for everybody: breaking down health inequalities through place-based, pathway co-production Creating spaces where people find support, meet people who recognise their need and can… Continue Reading →

CDCI Workshop: Mapping, participatory methods and digital research

Wednesday 10th May 9.30 – 1.30, City Campus, Edward Street, 103 This is a FREE workshop but please reserve your place by booking a ticket here https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/centre-for-dci/t-lnxegmd In this workshop we explore the use of participatory and mapping methods in digital research and… Continue Reading →

CDCI workshop: Digital insights, virtual experience and robotic affection

Digital insights, virtual experience and robotic affection: a one day workshop on interdisciplinary, technology-based research design and creative arts practice using wearable EEG technology, eye-tracking, VR and robots Date: Wednesday 19th April, 10:00am to 4:00pm Location: Performance Studio WB126, Ground… Continue Reading →

CDCI IWD event – Breaking the Bias

International Women’s Day is an important time to reflect on the progress we have made towards achieving gender equality, but also to acknowledge the work that still needs to be done. On the 8th of March 2023, the Centre for… Continue Reading →

CDCI Workshop: ChatGPT, DALL-E and Codex … What Now?

ChatGPT, DALL-E and Codex … What Now? AI systems capable of generating text, images and code are now easily accessible and produce outputs that are difficult to distinguish from human-made outputs. This hands-on workshop will give higher education practitioners an… Continue Reading →

Break the Bias: Mobilising Gender Equality through Digital Research and Innovation

March 8th, 2023. 9.30am – 1pm, Watts Building 507, University of Brighton As we approach International Women’s Day, we are reminded of the ongoing struggle for gender equality and the need for continued action to break down barriers and biases… Continue Reading →

Ryan Southall – Improving the Environmental Performance of Buildings

Dr Ryan Southall researches the environmental impact and performance of buildings, developing tools, techniques and processes to make buildings more energy efficient. He’s worked in the field for twenty-five years, beginning with research into energy efficient windows. His current research… Continue Reading →

Carl Bonner-Thompson – Living queer with data

Dr Carl Bonner Thompson is a senior lecturer, working in the field of feminist and queer geographies. His recent research has explored the role of data extracted from digital devices and how this affects the lives, emotions and experiences of… Continue Reading →

Dave Harley – Delving into the digital self

Cyberpsychology is something that impacts all of us, given that digital devices and our use of them is part of most areas of our lives. Dr Dave Harley has been studying the subject of Cyberpsychology for more than fifteen years,… Continue Reading →

Linda Tip – Migration, integration and well-being in a digital world

Linda Tip is a Principal Lecturer in Psychology whose research is centred around the psychological side of migration; in particular, the social welfare of refugees and asylum seekers. Most recently, Linda has been exploring the use of digital technologies in… Continue Reading →

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