RCA-led consortium awarded a £5.4m EPSRC grant to establish the Textiles Circularity Centre

RCA (Royal College of Art)-led consortium has been awarded a £5.4m EPSRC grant to establish the Textiles Circularity Centre to enable the transition to a more ‘circular’ economy. The collaboration includes scientists and researchers from UCL (University College London), University

ACII 2021 – Call for Special Session Proposals

ACII 2021 Special Session Chairs: Dr. Youngjun Cho and Dr. Hongying Meng The organising committee of the 2021 Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII) is now inviting for special session proposals. Interested parties will need to provide sufficient evidence in

UCL ranked in world’s top 3 universities (2019/2020)

URAP (University Ranking by Academic Performance) assesses research/academic performance of universities in the world on an annual basis (based on number of articles, citation, total documents, article impact total, citation impact total, and international collaboration). This year URAP has published

UCL CS PhD Position: AI powered Physiological Computing and Assistive Technology

UCL Computer Science PhD Programme 2020/21 and 2021/22 Call: talented applicants are invited to propose a PhD research project in areas related to AI powered Physiological & Affective Computing, with the aim to create novel assistive technology and boost disability

Dr. Youngjun Cho, Profile in 2020

Dr. Youngjun Cho is a lecturer (assistant professor) in the department of Computer Science at UCL (University College London) and in Global Disability Innovation. He explores, builds and evaluates novel techniques and technologies for the next generation of Artificial Intelligence-powered