Adrian David Cheok Keynote Speaker at ICoICT 2017

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Professor Adrian David Cheok will give a keynote speech at the 15th ICoICT Conference 2017 on 17 May 2017 in Malacca, Malaysia.

Venue: Holiday Inn, Malacca, Malaysia

Date and Time: 14:45 – 16:00, 17 May 2017

Keynote Title: Everysense Everywhere Human Communication

Abstract: Human can develop new types of communication environments using all senses, including touch, taste and smell, which can increase support for multi-modal interaction and remote presence. This talk presents an alternative ubiquitous computing environment based on an integrated design of real and virtual worlds, as well as some research systems for interactive communication, culture and play.

http://www.icoict.org/speakers/adrian-david-cheok-ph-d/

Adrian David Cheok Keynote Speaker at Cebit 2017 in Germany

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CeBIT is the largest and most internationally represented computer expo. The trade fair is held each year on the Hanover fairground, the world’s largest fairground, in Hanover, Germany.

 

Title: Everysense Everywhere Human Communication

Date: 21 Mar. 2017

Speaker: Prof. Adrian David Cheok

More detail: http://www.cebit.de/event/everysense-everywhere-human-communication/KEY/74779

 

Vegetables Can Taste Like Chocolate by Adrian Cheok, Director of Imagineering Institute

Professor Adrian David Cheok gave a talk in Kuala Lumpur to Digi Telecommunications on their annual innovation day event.

Adrian David Cheok is Director of the Imagineering Institute, Malaysia, and Chair Professor of Pervasive Computing at City University London.

He is the Founder and Director of the Mixed Reality Lab, Singapore. His research focuses on multi-sensory internet communication, mixed reality, pervasive and ubiquitous computing, human-computer interfaces, and wearable computing. Today he talks about how the internet connects us and what we can do by blending reality, our senses, and the internet.

Speech at Design & Emotion Conference in Amsterdam

Professor Adrian David Cheok was invited to be a thought leader at the 10th Conference on Design & Emotion held in Amsterdam this year from September 27 to 30.

The International Conference on Design & Emotion is a forum held every other year where practitioners, researchers and industry leaders meet and exchange knowledge and insights concerning the cross-disciplinary field of design and emotion, such as social science, humanities, engineering, computer science, HCI, psychology, cognitive science, health sciences, marketing and business.

Design & Emotion went from being the rookie in the field to –and this sounds scary– belonging to the establishment. This 10th edition is an excellent moment to discuss the next 15 years. The Design & Emotion community has proven to be dedicated and committed, the ideal group in a relevant discussion like this. Therefore,The conference invited 8 thought leaders to host theme oriented sessions, exploring and discussing future directions, with which we aim to define a new framework for the mission statement for the next 15 years.

The theme of the first thought leader session is “Enhancing everyday life”, hosted by thought leaders Adrian Cheok and Jodi Forlizzi. They explored how design can cultivate, enrich, or even enhance the way we live our lives. During the session, Adrian gave a talk about his research on multisensory communication and mixed reality.

http://www.de2016.org/

Adrian David Cheok, Keynote Speaker of Brainy Tongue Conference

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Keynote Speaker, Adrian David Cheok, Brainy Tongue Conference, “Sensory Logic of the Gastronomic Brain”, a workshop to explore the interface between neuroscience and cooking, an exceptional hands-on meeting where the world’s leading scientists and chefs will research the mysteries of perception through interactive seminars and sensory experiments. The event will be co-organised by three Spanish entities: the Centre for Genomic Regulation (Barcelona), Mugaritz (San Sebastian) and the Basque Culinary Center (San Sebastián). The meeting will take place at the Basque Culinary Center in autumn of 2016. The workshop aims to bring the together prominent scientists and chefs for two and a half days, in order to generate hypotheses and new principles to be exploited at the dining table.

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