Dr. Muñoz’s visit 

Dr. Andrés Muñoz has visited our Smart Spaces Lab in relation to how it can be adapted for active aging. This visit has been supported by the Cost Action CA16226 – Indoor living space improvement: Smart Habitat for the Elderly (http://www.sheld-on.eu/).

Prof. Bouchachia’s visit 

Prof. Bouchachia (Bournemouth University) gave a Research Seminar on his group latest research activities on Ambient Assisted Living.

Some of our fantastic Research Students – December 2019 

Truly representative of multi-cultural London, nine different countries represented in this ten members photo!


Several of our GOODIES PhD students attended FAIRS during SGAI 2019 at Peterhouse, Cambridge

Success at Machine Intelligence Competition! 

Our Research Group won the 2019 edition of the Machine Intelligence Competition organized by the British Computer Society on 4th of October. More details here.

Visit from Dr. F. Doctor 

We were honoured to be visited by Dr. Fiyaz Doctor from Essex University who gave a research seminar sharing his latest work.

Visit from Professor Tobe 

We were honoured by visit of fellow researcher Professor Yoshito Tobe from Aoyama Gakuin University (Japan) to our Smart Spaces Lab were we shared experiences and potential collaborations.

Visit from Dr. J. Chin 

We were honoured by visit of fellow Dr. Jeannette Chin, from East Anglia University, who shared her recent research experiences with our group and visited our Smart Spaces Lab.

Studentships offered as part of the Gamification to Increase Physical Activity 

Our Research Group is developing Gamification solutions supported by GLL and as part of that  we have opened three studentships suitable for UK/EU students. These grants are for :  Master by Research (one year, full time) on a Gamification app for people with Special Needs  PhD (three years, full time) on improving strategies and producing […]

Partnership on gamification for healthier lifestyles 

A technical collaboration between the Research Group on Development of Intelligent Environments at Middlesex University London and GLL, a non-profit charitable Social Enterprise organization which runs over 250 sport and leisure facilities and libraries in the UK. The aim of the collaboration is to explore whether technology can help encouraging citizens to increase their involvement […]

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