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Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2013 11:04:52 +0000
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Research opportunity in Embedded Systems at the The Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute (C3RI), Sheffield Hallam University (UK), as part of meSch, a new project part funded by the EU ICT Access to Cultural Resources program: meSch will undertake research to create a hardware and software platform that allows curators of cultural heritage institutions to create smart, tangible and adaptive exhibits for visitors to interact with. The project is multidisciplinary, with work on design, technology development, human-computer interaction and heritage studies. The project involves 12 partners across Europe and Sheffield Hallam University acts as project coordinator.
Sheffield Hallam's role will include research on embedded systems, software programming and electronic design in the context of multidisciplinary work with links to HCI, Interaction Design and heritage studies.

Full information available at:


Dr. Luigina Ciolfi

Reader in Communication

Communication and Computing Research Centre - C3RI

Sheffield Hallam University

Cantor Building, 153 Arundel Street  Room 9107

Sheffield S1 2NU - UK

Tel +44 114 225 6955 - Fax +44 114 225 6702

Skype: luigina.ciolfi     Twitter: @luiciolfi

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