Successful PhD Viva/ Defence @ UCL Interaction Centre

In a viva lasting almost four hours, today I successfully defended my PhD thesis, titled: The Self-Tracker’s Journey: situated engagement and non-engagement with personal informatics systems over time at the UCL Interaction Centre.

My examiners were Dr. Parisa Eslambolchilar, Reader at the School of Computer Science and Informatics, Cardiff University; and, Prof. Catherine Holloway, Professor of Interaction Design and Innovation at the UCL Interaction Centre.

My PhD supervisors were Dr. Paul Marshall, Associate Professor in Human Computer Interaction at Bristol University; Prof. Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Professor in Affective Computing and Interaction at the UCL Interaction Centre; and Dr. Jon Bird, Senior Lecturer in Digital health, Bristol University.

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