Cross University Research Event: Digital Technologies in an Uncertain World

  • Wed 12 Jun 24

    16:30 - 18:00

  • Colchester Campus

    The Lakeview Room/via Zoom for those based online or at our Loughton and Southend Campuses

  • Event type

    Lectures, talks and seminars

  • Event organiser

    Corporate events

  • Contact details

    Lorena Saiano
    01206 872692

CURE brings together leading researchers from across the University to present their findings in three-minute, TED-style talks.

Each event is themed around a particular topic and you’ll come away inspired, knowing you are part of this brilliant research community. Come along to this Cross University Research Event to hear leading researchers from across our faculties give presentations focusing on Digital Technologies in an Uncertain World.

With your expanded knowledge you might even forge new research collaborations with like-minded individuals.

Book to attend this event and see what it’s all about for yourself!

Presentations will be followed by networking (available for those attending in person only) and will provide a fantastic opportunity for attendees to come together, share ideas and develop new research collaborations.

Science and Health:
  • Eye movements in video and deepfakes - Dr Tom Foulsham, Department of Psychology
  • SRES Virtual Reality - Dr Mike Rogerson, School of Sport, Rehabilitation and Exercise Sciences
  • Professor Andrew Bateman, School of Health and Social Care
  • The Impact of Gamification on Health Behaviour Change and Risk Reduction: A KTP Collaboration with YuLife - Dr Abbas Salami, Institute for Public Health and Wellbeing
Arts and Humanities: 
  • Artificial Law, the Digital State and the Human Constitution - Dr Giulia Gentile, Essex Law School
  • Dr Mary Mazzilli, Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies
  • Professor Holly Maples, East 15 Acting School
  • Time-Loop as a form of Systemic Racism - Dr Daniel O'Brien, Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies
  • When do we need to legislate: AI and the Law - Professor Stavroula Karapapa, Essex Law School
  • Is Law Computable: AI and its legal foundations - Zhenbin Zuo, Essex Law School
  • Professor Katharine Cockin, Department of Literature, Film, and Theatre Studies
Social Sciences:
  • Dr Muhammad Shakaib Akram, Essex Business School
  • Online Romance Fraud - Professor Roisin Ryan-Flood, Department of Sociology
  • Dr Phoebe Kisubi Mbasalaki, Department of Sociology
  • Three Digital Change Views: Digital Impact, Social Impact & Socio-Digital Entanglement. Which are you? - Dr Paul Kelly, Essex Business School

More speakers tbc.

CURE is an internal event aimed at University of Essex Staff and Students.

Not based at Colchester? Watch online! Contact events@essex.ac.uk for more details.