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Dr Filip Birčanin’s research work has been driven by an unwavering passion to construct technology that is inclusive and within the reach of all individuals, including those with intellectual disabilities. Filip’s work in the industry has provided him with a wealth of knowledge and expe [...]
Dr Sarah Matthews’ project explores the intersections between play, computational thinking, and design in open ended technologies with young children. Sarah’s role is to translate multi-disciplinary theories and insights into technology design opportunities. Through her work in the Centr [...]
Dr Kellie Vella researches human-computer interactions with a focus on social, wellbeing, and sustainable contexts. She draws upon theories and methods across the humanities (social and motivational psychology, ethnography, participatory research, and co-design) to design and evaluate technologies, [...]
Chimi Om’s PhD project aims to understand how digital technology orients children toward both indoor and outdoor play. Through ethnographic and co-design research with children, Chimi hopes to develop a framework of understanding of orientation to outdoor play and co-design tools to expand chi [...]
Professor Yvonne Rogers is internationally renowned for her work in human-computer interaction (HCI), interaction design and ubiquitous computing. Yvonne’s research focusses on the design and development of novel technology for children and how they can support learning, wellbeing and social conne [...]
Professor Margot Brereton is an expert and international leader in the codesign of new technologies with diverse groups, including children with Autism and intellectual disability, older adults and with Indigenous communities. With extensive experience in codesign, Margot contributes to projects in [...]
John Curtin Distinguished Professor Leon Straker is an international leader in research on technology use and its implications for children’s physical wellbeing. As Co-Leader of the Healthy Child program, Leon hopes that his transdisciplinary expertise will contribute to enhanced understanding [...]
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