We have three papers accepted for AAATE this year, and w/b 26th August Annalu (and Kathleen!), Rolf and Chris set off to present their work. This year’s conference has Global Challenges in Assistive Technology as its theme.
UPDATE: A very successful AAATE conference in the warm Italian sunshine, the team returns today (2nd Sept) suitably inspired.
Conor received a medal in the Student Research Competition (SRC) of the 20th International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility (ASSETS 2018) on Wednesday 24th October. Presenting his paper ‘Designing a Context Aware AAC Solution’, Conor made it through two rounds of competition to come in second place.
We are pleased to announce that our very own Professor Annalu Waller has been appointed as Interim Dean for the School of Science and Engineering. Annalu is currently Discipline Lead for Computing and will provide the leadership that ensures the School of Science and Engineering continues to perform to its current high standards.
Congratulations to our students who graduated yesterday. Professor Annalu Waller introduced honorary graduate Dr Martin Pistorius at the Caird Hall event, who gave a wonderful speech and later handed out certificates and medals at the Bonar Hall reception.
Professor Annalu Waller will run a two hour TCELT workshop at 2pm today (Dalhousie 2F03), Adapting Research Methods for People with Physical and Speech Impairments. Click here for more information. You can also view a copy of the presentation slides by clicking on the link below:
Our very own Prof Annalu Waller was tonight (27 Sept) awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists for “designing communications systems for non-speaking individuals”. Congratulations!
The Dundee Augmentative and Alternative Communication Research Group ventured out to Edinburgh for the first of three Museum After Hours events at the National Museum Scotland. Parallel with preview acts for the current Fringe Festival, the Group demonstrated an eye gaze system that allows people to work on a computer by just looking at it. This time though not work but creativity was asked for when visitors were able to use the system to paint their own Jackson Pollock style picture by just using their eyes!
The workshop showcased the work being done within the communication strand of the Dundee medical curriculum led by Drs Ching-Wa Chung and Jennifer Kennedy (GP clinical tutors) and members of the StraightTalking User Group led by Professor Annalu Waller and Mrs Kathleen Cummins from Computing.
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