Dr Lauren Hayhurst

Dr Lauren Hayhurst is a Lecturer in Games Design at i-DAT and Head of Narrative Design at Hi9, Natural Language AI Agency. After achieving a PhD in Creative Writing in 2017, for which she explored the ethical implications of fiction writing, she lectured at Exeter,

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Femke Snelting

Femke Snelting develops projects at the intersection of design, feminisms, and free software in various constellations. With Seda Guerses, Miriyam Aouragh, and Helen Pritchard, she runs the Institute for Technology in the Public Interest. Together they create spaces for articulating what computational technologies in the

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Rafael Arrivabene

Rafael is the Program Leader for the MA Game Design and Lecturer in Games and Experience Design at i-DAT. He has been professionally involved in the games industry since 2010. Working as Creative Manager at MStech, he has conducted the production of award-winning educational games

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Lynne Wang

Donglin Wang (Lynne) is a PhD researcher in i-DAT on the CODEX International Postgraduate Research Network. Her research focuses on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) through a systematic and in-depth investigation of the current situation regarding the issues surrounding the information asymmetry among specialists, caregivers and parents,

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Grace Qi

Shuo Qi (Grace) is a PhD researcher in i-DAT on the CODEX International Postgraduate Research Network. Her research focuses on the protection and reconstruction of urban historic districts from an architectural and sociological perspective. The significance of historical districts should not to be overlooked, as

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Francie Yan

Feng Yan (Francie) is a PhD researcher in i-DAT on the CODEX International Postgraduate Research Network. Her research explores the influence of emotions evoked by design factors on the user’s engagement with wearable devices. The research is aimed at employing more subjective practice-based methods to

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André Sier

André Sier works artistically with code and electronic means, interactive, digital and conventional, where he combines videogames, installations, painting, sculpture, music, mathematics and computation into objects and experiences of imaginary arts, where he merges mythology, interfaces, generative interactive space-time continuums, arts & sciences artifacts, human

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Yasmine Boudiaf

  Yasmine is a creative technologist and an artistic researcher. For years she has developed technological interventions that challenge social perceptions and foster new relationships between humans and technology. Her projects involve rigorous research and manifest across different mediums, including VR, robotics, performance, code and

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Pete Jiadong Qiang

  Pete Jiadong Qiang is currently a PhD candidate in arts and computational technology at Goldsmiths and trained in architecture at Architectural Association School of Architecture. Pete’s work focuses on the specific investigation of the bridges and interstices between pictorial, architectural and game spaces. Pete’s

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Alice Stevens

  Alice is currently undertaking a PhD within i-DAT and the Sustainable Earth Institute at the University of Plymouth. She is also a senior lecturer at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB) an RSA fellow and External Examiner at London College of Communication. Her research centres around Design for Good. In

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