The Horizon CDT 2020 Retreat took place on 20-22 April 2020.
Staff and students came together to organise this year’s virtual event where students presented their research projects, received feedback, and shared thoughts and approaches on their PhD journey.
Below: PhD research presentations from Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3. Please click on the relevant video to view.
Ana Rita Pena – Differential Privacy and Fairness in Machine Learning
Angela Thornton – Mind Uploading; the Transformation from Science to Society
Cecily Pepper – Exploring the Impact of Social Media on Looked After Adolescents’ Mental Health
Christine Li – Exploring the potential of personalized VR bodily training systems
Eliot Jones – Data Farming: Facilitating Sustainable Intensification in Agriculture through Digital Innovation
Ephraim Luwemba – Testing for Transparency
Henry Cope – Using Digital Technologies to Improve Muscle Health in Astronauts
Michael Harmson-Silvestri – What are the triggers, behaviours and methodology of adult males with no related offending history who access indecent images of children
Rebecca Gibson – Investigating technologies to evoke nostalgia in chocolate hybrid gifts
Vincent Bryce – Exploring the Business Case for Responsible Research & Innovation
Harriet Cameron – Curating the Audience: Enhancing visitor/venue relationships through ethical personal data donation
Jimiama Mase – Understanding and Classifying Risky Driving Behaviour Using Heterogeneous Data Sources
Mel Wilson – Safeguarding Vulnerable Children Online
Neeshé Khan – A Novel Approach to Cybersecurity: Insider threat to identification, intervention and mitigation
Shazmin Majid – Integrating the use of sensing technology to detect early warning signs of relapse in bipolar disorder
Stanislaw Piasecki – Exploring the Use of Smart Devices by Vulnerable People from a Legal Perspective
Laurence Cliffe – Audio Augmented Reality
Vanja Ljevar – Perceptions About Life with Asthma