We invite designers, educators and professionals in Barcelona to participate in the design
process of an interactive full-body experience. The aim of the workshop is to reflect upon
techniques based on somatic practices and new interaction design concepts for full-body experiences
in public spaces in the context of the city of Barcelona.
IMPART researcher Dr. Alun Evans, working at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, recently won 'Best
Presentation' for his paper "3D Graphics on the Web: A Survey", at the 31st Spring Conference in
Computer Graphics. The paper was originally published in the journal Computers & Graphics in
2014, and its popularity among the research communinity resulted in Alun being invited to present
the work at the SCCG, one of the oldest conferences and best knonwn in the graphics community.
Laura Becerra, member of the Biomedical Electronics Research Group BERG leaded by Antoni Ivorra,
participated in the conference with a travel grant provided by the DTIC and presented the
article "Bidirectional Communications in Wireless Microstimulators Based on Electronic
Rectification of Epidermically Applied Currents.
Looking for advanced postgraduate training in iCT? Luz Rello & S. Acin give you reasons to
choose UPF Barcelona!
PhD students, especially those that submitted their thesis proposal during 2014, will have the
opportunity to present their work at the
Doctoral Student Workshop - former PhD poster session- that will take place on March, 20th
We invite researchers, educators, designers and practitioners working in the field of embodied
interaction design for children to participate in the one-day Full-Body Interaction Jam at the
Interaction Design and Children´15 conference (Tufts University, Boston).
The newly started European Innovation Action aims to provide natural and intuitive pathways between
human expressivity and technology and bringing those innovations out of the lab by integrating them
into real products within the field of music, gaming and wellbeing applications.
PhD Student: RICCARDO ZUCCA Title: The anatomical, physiological and computational principles
of adaptive learning in the cerebellum: micro and macrocircuits of the brain. Supervisor:
Dr. Paul F. M. J. Verschure
PhD students, especiallsubmitted their thesis proposal during 2014, will have the opportunity to
present their work to the Doctoral Student Workshop - former PhD poster session- that will take
place on March 20, at the
A summer school has been organized in memory of Vicent Casellas one of our dear professors,
head of the Image Processing Group and outstanding mathematician that passed away in the summer of 2013. Its aim is to train
students in topics related with mathematical analysis, geometry and image processing and interpretation.Juan Calvo and Gloria Haro are among the organizers.