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SICSA Summer School Computational Interaction

During my intern at the University of Glasgow I took part in the first SICSA Summer School Computational Interaction. The course content included quantitative user modelling, machine learning, intelligent signal processing, crowdsourced and mass-scale interface optimisation techniques and automatic interface optimisation. There was be a strong focus on developing applied skills through practical sessions integrated into the school programme. The summer school webpage is available here. The organizers have been:

Further, my colleague from Stuttgart Dominik Weber joined the Summer School. And another colleague,¬†Evangelos Niforatos, was joining. However he is from “The Research Group for Ubiquitous Computing” at the Faculty of Informatics of the Universit√† della Svizzera italiana (USI), Lugano, Switzerland.

The lecture material by John Williamson is available on GitHub.

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