Shaping the future through ubiquitous technology

Horizon is a multidisciplinary centre of excellence for Digital Economy research centred at the University of Nottingham. We work in collaboration with leading academic, commercial, public and third sector partners across a broad spectrum of subjects to deliver exciting impact which will shape the digital economy of tomorrow. Find out more about our work in our latest Impact Highlights brochure or by watching this short video 

 

 


Horizon News

The relationship between trust and attitudes towards the COVID-19 digital contact-tracing app in the UK

UKRI funded Horizon Digital Economy Research and Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub worked together to address […]

Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training – 15 fully funded four-year studentships now available

Home applicants: application deadline is 3rd January 2023 International applicants: application deadline is 12th December 2022 […]

Shaping the Museum: How can cultural heritage be reproduced digitally?

As part of the Shaping the Connected Museum II project, funded by the UKRI Arts […]

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Horizon Blog Posts

TSDF: A simple yet comprehensive, unified data storage and exchange format standard for digital biosensor data in health applications

Digital sensors are increasingly being used to monitor the change over time of physiological processes […]

Paper accepted to ICIDS 2022 Doctoral Consortium

The Horizon CDT is proud to announce that Luke Skarth-Hayley‘s (2018 cohort) Doctoral Consortium paper […]

Paper accepted to ILPC’s 7th Annual Conference 2022

Ellie Colegate, from the CDT 2020 cohort, presented her paper entitled: The Lost Clause – […]

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