Shaping the future through ubiquitous technology

Horizon is a Research Institute at The University of Nottingham engaged in Digital Economy Research. Horizon brings together researchers from a broad range of disciplines to investigate how digital technology may enhance the way we live, work, play and travel in the future. Find out more about our work by reading our Horizon Impact Highlights brochure or by watching our short video From Human Data to Personal Experience.

Horizon News

New Posts at Horizon Digital Economy Research

Horizon is now advertising for three new posts: Research Associate/Fellow in Computer Human Interaction (fixed […]

Climb! UoN Press Release

Unique computer codes have been used to create an interactive self-playing piano performance that is part of a […]

Professor Sarah Sharples interview with BBC Radio Nottingham’s Verity Cowley

Sarah Sharples, Professor of Human Factors at the University of Nottingham, discusses new research which […]

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Horizon Blog Posts

The Anonymisation Problem

He came for one video and got two! Post filming Net Neutrality, Sean mentioned someone […]

A few thoughts on Net Neutrality

Sean came visiting again, so time for a @computerphile video; he wanted to know about Net […]

Why Databox?

Databox results from many years of research into personal data and their ecosystems. This short […]

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