I am a Reader at the Creative Computing Institute at University of the Arts London (primary affiliation) and in Computing at Goldsmiths, University of London where I worked full-time from 2013–2019 and continue to supervise existing students and researchers and work on existing grants.
My students, research assistants, and I work on a variety of projects developing new technologies to enable new forms of human expression, creativity, and embodied interaction. Much of my current research combines techniques from human-computer interaction, machine learning, and signal processing to allow people to apply machine learning more effectively to new problems, such as the design of new digital musical instruments and gestural interfaces for gaming and accessibility. I am also involved in projects developing rich interactive technologies for digital humanities scholarship, and machine learning education. For more information, please see my CV.
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I am no longer accepting new PhD students at Goldsmiths. You may wish to contact other potential supervisors in the Goldsmiths Embodied Audiovisual Interaction group if you are interested in a Goldsmiths PhD, or to contact me at the e-mail address below if you are interested in a UAL PhD.
Dr. Rebecca Fiebrink