TU Alumnus Amir Zare Pashaei
What did you study, where are you from and when did you graduate?
I studied Human-Computer Interaction. I am from Iran, and I graduated in 2017.
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EC-TEL 2017 industry-track connects the industry and education
Industry and academia representers are meeting on September 14-15 at the Industry Track of the European Conference on Technology Enhanced learning to exchange ideas regarding the social aspects of Industry 4.0. The topics will include the workplace of the future, motivating workers, workplace learning, knowledge sharing and new tools, and how competencies ignite innovation.Read more
Post-doc position in technology-enhanced learning
Post-doc position in technology-enhanced learning and educational technology
Place: Centre for Educational Technology, Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia
Requirements: PhD degree awarded from 03.03.2012 onwards
Expression of interest deadline: February 28th, 2017Read more
Call for Professorship
Call for the Expression of Interest in a Professor position at the School of Digital Technologies, Tallinn University, Estonia
The School of Digital Technologies has undertaken a major development by evolving international programmes and research groups. The main ongoing research in the school is devoted to developing and investigating the functioning of social media digital ecosystems, human-computer interaction, information sciences and applied mathematics.Read more
WUD – a day about making our world work better
Marieh Sayadchi, one of the organisers of WUD Tallinn 2016, explains the meaning and purpose of the event.Read more
Marieh Sayadchi: I think the best thing about our group was our multi-disciplinary backgrounds and willingness to listen to one another
This month kicked off successfully for a student from the School of Digital Technologies. Marieh Sayadchi, a Human-Computer Interaction graduate and currently a Digital Learning Games first year student was part of The Artsy Game team, who won the international hackathon in Tallinn University. Now Marieh is sharing her experience with us.Read more
Student project: Grids – a collaborative multi-user music making application
During the spring semester in their integrated courses project, 3 Human-Computer Interaction Masters programme students created a collaborative multi-user music making application called GRIDS that up to 4 people can collaboratively use with their smartphones. The integrated courses project combines four courses: interaction design methods, developing interactive systems, evaluating user experience and practice/business.Read more
What is Human-Computer Interaction?
David (the Head of the programme) please describe, what is the Human-Computer Interaction MA programme about?
The programme is about human-computer interaction (HCI). A field of study that focuses on the design and use of computer technology, particularly on the interfaces between people (users) and computers.Read more
Before telling you a story about Umeå, it would probably be interesting to know how I ended up in a place in Northern Sweden which you have probably never heard of.Read more
ECIL 2015: Information Literacy in the Greenhouse
Istanbul in 2013, Dubrovnik in 2014, Tallinn in 2015. The European Conference on Information Literacy (ECIL) covered the latest annual stage of its trek across the continent when it met in the Estonian capital on 19-22 October.Read more
Physiological computing at the Prague Dance Hackathon
Recently I visited Prague to take part in the jury of a dance hackathon. I had never taken part in a hackathon before, and it was very interesting to see so much enthusiasm and energy within these 3 days. I represented physiological computing expertise because the Prague Dance Hackathon also focused on the use of brain-computer technologies.Read more