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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.
The Horizon Energy Team launch two new energy videos. Take a look at what the energy team are currently working on.
The team have produced two videos surrounding their reseacrch
Understanding energy use
Interacting around energy
Horizon Digital Economy Research will hold its inaugural Research Conference on Tuesday 11th June 2013 at the Belgrave Rooms, Nottingham.
Data – Asset – Method: Harnessing the Infinite Archive is an international research network led by the University of Nottingham and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Horizon Digital Economy Research Institute. Bringing together university partners in the UK and US, along with cultural institutions and industry partners in the UK, the network explores the shaping of digital archives and, in turn, technology and knowledge.
The Horizon Affective Computing Project would like to invite you to a Design Workshop on the subject of ‘Uses and Representations of Affect’.
Horizon will be hosting a Summer BBQ team building event.
investigating how ubiquitous digital technology and daily experiences come together
This workshop is one of a series organised by the RCUK-funded IT as a Utility Network+. These workshops are bringing together forward-thinking researchers from academia, industry and government to explore key issues surrounding the IT Utilities needed to drive forward the Digital Economy.
Horizon Digital Economy Research, University of Nottingham Innovation Park, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2TU
firstname.lastname@example.org Office: +44 0115 8232554 Fax: +44 0115 8232551
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