REF Strategy, UoA 16
  • Room 416, Babbage Building, Plymouth University

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Professor Richard Coyne from Edinburgh University will be holding a REF workshop focusing on UoA 16. 

Professor Coyne’s research examines the relationship between architecture, technology, design, space, and contemporary cultural theories. He has published nine books on digital and philosophical themes. The most recent is Mood and Mobility, Navigating the Emotional Spaces of Digital Social Networks with MIT Press. 

He is currently co-investigator on a project examining aging and mobility using neural imaging. He supervises many students investigating sound, virtual environments, impacts of social media, video gaming, and interaction design, and many of his own reflections appear on a blog site he’s hosted since 2010.

This workshop is aimed at Plymouth University staff. Please email theartsinstitute@plymouth.ac.uk to book your place.

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