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The Centre for Digital Media Cultures conducts impactful research that helps society understand and adapt to changes in digital media and data technologies. This interdisciplinary knowledge spans computing, social science, media, art and design, and focuses on the cross-cutting theme of digital.
We inform practice, research and policy through developing key local, national and international partnerships, cutting across the industrial, public, third and academic sectors.
We work closely with the Digital Catapult Centre Brighton, placing us as a key player in research driven SME innovation for next generation digital products and services. Funded by Innovate UK, it aims to help convert university-led research and development into commercialisable market opportunities, prototyped by small companies in the creative digital and information technology sector.
Centre members maximise the impact of their research, by engaging with community partners and members of the public through public commentary, art exhibitions, crowd-and community sourcing activities, co-production of design and other activities that influence public policy and make a difference for industry.
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- School of Arch, Tech and Eng - Professor of Computer Science
- Applied Data Analytics Research and Enterprise Group
- Centre for Digital Media Cultures
30/11/20 → 29/05/22
Project: Research Councils / Government Depts.File
14/05/20 → 17/12/20
Project: Research Councils / Government Depts.
Display Placement and Design: Impact on Engagement with Social Object Labels in a Gallery EnvironmentWinter, M., 22 Jan 2021, Computer-Human Interaction Research and Applications - Second International Conference, CHIRA 2018, Seville, Spain, September 19–21, 2018 and Third International Conference, CHIRA 2019, Revised Selected Papers. Escalona, M. J., Ramirez, A. J., Silva, H. P., Constantine, L., Helfert, M. & Holzinger, A. (eds.). Cham: Springer, Vol. 1351. p. 1-24 24 p. (Communications in Computer and Information Science; vol. 1351).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding with ISSN or ISBN › Conference contribution with ISSN or ISBN › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile
How the increased use of digital technology during the COVID19 pandemic is transforming the way that LGBTQ+ youth work is practiced in the UKMelvin, J., Jenzen, O., Bonner‐Thompson, C. & Harvey, L., 16 Jun 2021.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Other › peer-review
Conversation, fun, and boredom: Cybernetic approaches to intelligent environments in the work of Gordon Pask
Ben Sweeting (Presenter)21 Apr 2021
Activity: External talk or presentation › Invited talk
Panagiotis Fotaris (Member of programme committee)21 Nov 2020 → 22 Nov 2020
Activity: Events › Conference