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Computing, Communications and ICT, Media and Cultural Studies, Sociology
My project focuses on ubiquitous computing, and through an engagement with it aims to explore the interaction, the ?coming together', of the different entities that get mobilised within its context. Specifically, I focus on the interaction between human and technology as one of the core issues that arise within ubiquitous computing. But instead of asking traditional HCI questions (what does a more human-centred interaction mean, and how can it be achieved), I investigate what sort of ontologies ubiquitous computing assumes and then, in turn, enacts. Questions of interaction, sameness and difference, agency, performativity come together and are investigated under my main research question Who are the interacting agents in the context of ubiquitous computing and how do the boundaries between them come to be enacted?
Who are the interacting agents in the context of ubiquitous computing and how do the boundaries between them come to be enacted?
MA in Digital Media: Technology and Cultural Form (2005) Goldsmiths College, United Kingdom
BSc (Hons) in Informatics (1998) Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece
2007-2009 Goldsmiths College
Seminar Tutor - Representation and Textual Analysis
2008-2012 Bath Spa University
Seminar Tutor - Understanding Media Communications, Analysing Media, New Media Project
Undergraduate Thesis Supervisor
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