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Dr Rowanne Fleck
UCL Interaction Centre
8th Floor Malet Place Engineering Building
  • Research Associate
  • Dept of Computer Science
  • Faculty of Engineering Science

2007-2010, Research Fellow, ChaTLab, University of Sussex
Working on the ShareIT project to understand how people collaborate with shareable technologies such as tabletop computers.

2008, DPhil, University of Sussex
Thesis: Exploring the Potential of Passive Image Capture to Support Reflection on Experience. Looking at how images automatically captured by SenseCam could support teachers’ reflection on practice. Conducted as part of the Equator Project

2006 & 2004, Internships, Microsoft Research Cambridge
Projects exploring the emerging uses of cameraphones, and an exploration of how SenseCam could support teachers’ reflective practice.

2001-2002, Project Administrator, University of Edinburgh
Administrator for 2 postgraduate business qualification courses in the Management School at the University of Edinburgh

2001, BSc (hons.) Artificial Intelligence and Psychology, University of Edinburgh

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Rowanne is a researcher in human computer interaction. Her research involves conducting qualitative studies to understand how people use new and emerging technologies in real world settings in order to reveal and design for the future. Current research interests include considering reflection as a mechanism to promote sustainable behaviour, looking at family interactions around technology and considering people’s sharing behaviours around and through technology.

Teaching Summary

Involved in the teaching and support of students on the  HCI-E Masters program

Lecturer for Interaction Design - 3rd Year Computer Science

Academic Background
2008 DPhil Doctor of Philosophy – Informatics University of Sussex
2001 BSc Hons Bachelor of Science – Artificial Intelligence not elsewhere classified University of Edinburgh
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