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Accordingly, and although trained as an experimental scientist, my research is increasingly based on qualitative methods and design-research practices.I'm interested in a variety of broad research areas in HCI including (but not limited to): Memory and Data - this has been a large focus for much of my research.I've been engaged in and led a variety of studies which have explored the archiving of memories in the home (photos and videos), human relationships to material culture (sentimental mementoes) and the interrelationship of digital technologies, data and human memory.I've also led studies looking at the design of, and issues around, 'pervasive monuments' or digital augmentations to memorial sites.They can then make an application to UNICAS for funding to help get their research project off the ground.To qualify for the University-funded grants researchers must draw in collaborators from at least two different disciplines.
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Postgraduate applicants can apply up to £5,000 and academics and research staff can be awarded up to £15,000.
As Professor of Nanomaterials and Director of Nottingham Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Centre, Andrei can himself point to a collaboration made possible by UNICAS.
My background is in Psychology (BSc) and Ergonomics (MSc) with a Ph D in Computer Science.
Over the years my work has been heavily influenced by the sociologists, philosophers and designers that I've collaborated with and consequently I take a design-led, social science orientation to understanding human experience.