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Mario Muñoz Organero – my time in CATCH #WeAreInternational

For the last year here in CATCH we have been highly fortunate to be joined by visiting Professor Mario Muñoz Organero from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain where he is an Associate Professor in Telematics Engineering.

18 July 2016

PhD student Jake Andrews presents work on older adults’ views of technology for mental health at British Society of Gerontology conference

Last week saw gerontologists from across the world gather in Stirling for the annual British Society of Gerontology (BSG) conference.

15 July 2016

Is there hope for the future?

Dr Nasrin Nasr from the RAT/CATCH has been invited to talk about her research exploring the challenges of living with a health condition on patients and their families and how do researchers work with them to understand their experiences and help adapt the care they receive.

15 July 2016

In CATCH, #WeAreInternational

We’re extremely privileged to have so many international links within CATCH. Academics, Professional Services staff, PhD students and Researchers from a variety of countries and ethnic backgrounds work as one team to research, develop, evaluate and implement new technologies to enable people to live well and age well.

14 July 2016

Discover CATCH as new publication features our centre

Professor Mark Hawley, Director of CATCH, features in the current edition of the University of Sheffield’s Discover magazine.

13 July 2016

The Tango of Rehabilitation Research

Three members of the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) spoke at the summer meeting of the Society for Research in Rehabilitation (SRR) on Monday 5th July 2016.

11 July 2016

Submit your extended abstract for the Technology for Independence (T4I) Conference 2016 in Sheffield

The Recent Advances in Assistive Technology and Engineering Conference (RAatE) ran successfully for over 10 years and this relaunch, under the banner of T4I (Technology for Independence), aims to reflect the evolving and innovative ways that technology can transform independence for those with disabilities. The focus will be on best practice, innovation and service delivery. 

7 July 2016

CATCH researchers take part in the UK Speech conference in Sheffield

140 speech technology researchers took part in the 5th national UK Speech conference on 20-21st June 2016.

4 July 2016