Please join us for a seminar on the 27th of May (Tuesday) at 2pm in Room
6.12 (UCL Dept of Computer Science) .
Information Systems and Innovation Group
The London School of Economics and Political Science
In this lecture I will present my work in the area of ubiquitous and urban computing design. Starting from the approach used – social computing – which values the adoption of social science methods for informing design, I will move on to describe some of the mobile peer-to-peer applications I created: including an application allowing users to tune in to the music that other people around them are listening to, and a much larger scale system for sharing music on, in, and through the London Underground.
(paper in pdf)