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DkIT Host All Ireland Human Computer Interaction Conference

28 November 2023

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) recently held an extremely well attended Irish Computer Interaction Conference on Campus.  This was the 16th Irish Human Computer Interaction (iHCI) Symposium which has previously been held in universities throughout the Island of Ireland, last year’s event was held in Ulster University, Belfast.

This face-to-face event showcased leading HCI research happening across Ireland and Northern Ireland. As in previous years, the event included keynote addresses, a paper presentation track for showcasing a selection of publications by researchers in leading HCI and related venues, a rapid-fire poster session, as well as opportunities to network. Keynote speakers on the day included Dr. Dympna O'Sullivan, Head of Research, Faculty of Computing, Digital and Data, TU Dublin and Dr. Trevor Hogan a Lecturer in UX Research and Design in the Media Communications department at Crawford College of Art and Design, MTU, Cork. 

Dr Julie Doyle Director, NetwellCASALA Research Centre, DkIT Said

“Dr Kieran Nolan and I were delighted to get this opportunity to host this prestigious conference on campus in DkIT. Not only is it great to meet up with our peers and share research information it was a great opportunity to put DkIT on the map as a centre in the Northeast that specialises in human computer interaction. I’d like to also take this opportunity to thank all the research community in DkIT who so actively supported this important on campus event”.

The event is supported by the ACM SIGCHI Chapter Ireland and Dundalk Institute of Technology (School of Informatics and Creative Arts, and the School of Health and Science).


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