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Dr Aneesha Singh
UCL Interaction Centre
66 - 72 Gower Street
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  • Associate Professor
  • UCL Interaction Centre
  • Div of Psychology & Lang Sciences
  • Faculty of Brain Sciences
Aneesha Singh is a lecturer and researcher of Human-Computer Interaction at the UCL Interaction Centre. She is interested in the design, adoption and use of personal health and wellbeing technologies in everyday contexts. She is working in the research areas of digital health, ubiquitous computing, multisensory feedback and wearable technology. She received her PhD at UCL in Human Computer Interaction and her MSc in Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems from University of Sussex. Before that she has previously worked in industry in various roles as a software developer, analyst and project leader, and as a technical journalist.
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My research is focused on improving people's ability to self-manage their health and wellbeing using technology designed to fit in with everyday contexts of daily life, work and play. My research projects focus on diverse conditions such as self-management of physical activity in chronic pain, autism, HIV, and mental health. My background combines HCI, artificial intelligence, programming & physical prototyping, and mixed methods research.  My work is cross-disciplinary with various contributing disciplines (e.g. technology, design, psychology, behaviour change,  business,  public health, physiotherapy).

I follow a highly collaborative and inter-disciplinary approach to technology design that places end-user participation and evaluation at its core. I am passionate about making technology inclusive and in ethical ways of conducting research with people, especially in sensitive contexts and with heightened vulnerabilities. I think technology can do better and I am passionate about making it so.

Teaching Summary
I am the Module Leader of Future Interfaces, and I contribute to teaching Qualitative Research Methods on Interaction Science. Both are part of the UCL MSc in HCI.
17-JUL-2016 – 01-SEP-2018 Research Fellow UCL Interaction Centre UCL, United Kingdom
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