PhD success

2016-05-17 Philip Quinn successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Economic Behaviour and Psychological Biases in Human-Computer Interaction”. Examiners recommended that the degree be awarded without any amendments.  Philip will soon begin his career as a Research Scientist at Google Mountain View, California.  Congratulations Philip!

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PhD success

PhD success2016-05-17.

Philip Quinn successfully defended his PhD thesis entitled “Economic Behaviour and Psychological Biases in Human-Computer Interaction”. Examiners recommended that the degree be awarded without any amendments.  Philip will soon begin his career as a Research Scientist at Google Mountain View, California.  Congratulations Philip!

Award at top conference

Award at top conference2016-05-17.

Andy Cockburn and co-authors from the University of Saskatchewan and Autodesk Research received an Honourable Mention Award at the annual ACM CHI conference in San Jose, California for their paper "Peak-End Effects on Player Experience in Casual Games."

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