Nadia Pantidi is a lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology, UCC. Her research themes span the areas of Human Computer Interaction and Ubiquitous Computing with a particular focus on understanding people’s interactions with technology in the real world. Her most recent research considers the role of technology for sustainability and supporting sustainability-driven communities in various application areas such as energy consumption, biodiversity, alternative/local currencies, civic engagement.

Conor Linehan is a lecturer in the School of Applied Psychology, UCC. His research interest lies in the design and evaluation of technology for the purpose of health and wellbeing, education, and behaviour change. He has worked on diverse research projects, investigating the design of educational games, pervasive games, vision therapy programmes, sleep monitors, and online mental health interventions.

John McCarthy is Professor and Head of School of Applied Psychology at UCC. His research is concerned with understanding the influence of emerging social, personal, and work technologies on people’s lived experience, and using that understanding to inform design of usable and enriching technologies.