Centre for Social Informatics success at the Edinburgh Napier University research conference 2016 #NapRes16

Iris Buunk, Laura Muir, Marwa Salayma, Tom Kane, John Mowbray & Frances Ryan

CSI colleagues Iris Buunk, Dr Laura Muir, Marwa Salayma (Centre for Distributed Computing, Networking and Security), Dr Tom Kane, John Mowbray, Lyndsey Jenkins, & Frances Ryan

The Centre for Social Informatics had a very successful day at Edinburgh Napier University’s 2016 Research Conference last Wednesday.  We presented our work in three of the sessions:

Gemma Webster, Colin Smith, & Hazel Hall

CSI colleagues Dr Gemma Webster, Dr Colin Smith, & Professor Hazel Hall

The biggest thrill of the day came towards the end of day at the Principal’s Research Excellence Awards ceremony. The School of Computing won the most prizes, with our research centre the most successful group in the University. Iris Buunk won the Best poster prize, Frances Ryan was recognised for her Outstanding contribution to University life as a research student, and I was the joint winner of the prize for the Best contribution to the Information Society research theme. We celebrated our wins with smoky cocktails in chemistry lab beakers at the ‘bar’ during the evening showcase session.

Centre for Social Informatics stand and awards

Centre for Social Informatics stand and awards at the evening research showcase

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