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Human Computer Interaction (HCI)
Biomedical Engineering
Complementary Training

About Affectech training

AffecTech researchers receive training to become agents of change, dedicated leaders and entrepreneurs who can drive strategic innovation in the affective health sectors.

Innovation in our training programme is ensured through bespoke academic and technologically driven content, and a unique blend of training methods for engagement with industry and larger public.

AffecTech training focuses on strengthening the human potential and employability in Europe of our researchers alongside developing the interdisciplinary theoretical and technological skills required for advancing personal systems for affective health.

AffecTech training events

The folllowing training events of the AffecTech network have ​hosted​ PhD​ ​students/Early Stage Researchers​ (ESRs) ​from​ ​European​ ​institutions across the AffecTech network,​ ​as well as supervisors​ ​and​ ​guest​ ​lecturers:

  • Principles of designing interfaces to motivate and support emotional processing
  • Fundamentals of biosignal analysis and entrepreneurship
  • Psychology of emotion and emotion regulation
  • Principles of interaction design for affective health, and commercialising research
  • Wearable sensors; engaging with private sector and the public
  • Advanced topics on emotion regulation: VR technologies in biofeedback training

For more information on AffecTech training events, please visit our Events page.

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AffecTech is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network funded by European Commission H2020