EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education - 
      Ping Zheng
    
      Vic Callaghan
    
      David Crawford
    
      Tiina Kymäläinen
    
      Angelica Reyes-Munoz

EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education

TIE'2018

Ping Zheng (Redaktør) ; Vic Callaghan (Redaktør) ; David Crawford (Redaktør) ; Tiina Kymäläinen (Redaktør) ; Angelica Reyes-Munoz (Redaktør)

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This book presents the proceedings of the 2nd EAI International Conference on Technology, Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Education (TIE' 2018), which took place at Ravensbourne University London, London, UK, on September 4, 2018. The central theme of the conference is emerging technologies in relation to business, education, social and political needs that make modern society flourish. The proceedings feature papers from a cross-disciplinary audience that explore the process of creativity and innovation. The goal is that the various disciplines can learn from each other and see how they might benefit from the cross-fertilization of practices.
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Forlag: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 198
ISBN: 9783030161323
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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Chapter 1. Delphi Panel Discussion of F-TAM: Industry Experts and Academic Perspectives.- Chapter 2. Embedding Creativity in the University Computing Curriculum.- Chapter 3. Generating Virtual Worlds for Collaborative Innovation Activities: A Responsive Templating Approach.- Chapter 4. Holodeck as a Medium for Future Enacted Narrative Experiences.- Chapter 5. The impact of universities' entrepreneurial activity on perception of regional competitiveness.- Chapter 6. Use of wearable technology to measure emotional responses amongst tennis players.- Chapter 7. Importance of the Use of Technology by Young People with Intellectual Disabilities to Improve their Quality of Life and the Relationship with University Students.- Chapter 8. Liminality: Thinking through creative practice, unpredictability and pedagogy of collaboration. Arts based knowledge translation frameworks.- Chapter 9. The role of ICT in SMBs growth: An analysis of ICT intervention at different level of small businesses lifecycle.- Chapter 10. Effects of Students' Preferences in Use of Lighting and Temperature on Productivity in a University Setting.- Chapter 11. The Holodeck is my Oyster.- Chapter 12. Fear of Living.- Chapter 13. Outliers.- Chapter 14. Bake Believe.
Ping Zheng was awarded her Ph.D. in Management from University of Kent (UK) in 2007, after completing an MBA with distinction at the same school in 2003. Before embarking on an academic career, she worked as executive manager for number of years in a US-owned joint venture developing business relations between US and China. She is currently a Senior Lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University Business School in the UK. Prior to this she was a Lecturer at Essex Business School of University of Essex from 2006 to 2010. Her research interests range from entrepreneurship and innovation in SMEs to institutional change and firm growth strategies in emerging economies. She has published on a numerous journals, such as Journal of General Management, Thunderbird International Business Review, Futures. She received the "Best Paper Award" at the Institute for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (ISBE) Annual Conference in 2010. She is also the principal author (with Prof. Richard Scase) of a book (research monograph) - "Emerging Business Ventures under Market Socialism: Entrepreneurship in China" (Routledge, London, 2014). Her recent book chapter adopts a novel future perspective in analyzing the possible future outcome of technological change, 'How change agencies can affect our path towards a signgularity' is published by Springer.

Tiina Kyma la inen has been working as a research scientist at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (Ltd) since 1999, where she has been studying emerging technologies - ubiquitous computing, intelligent environments and, most recently, Internet of Things - from the human-driven, design-oriented perspective. At the current research team, her core responsibilities are in user-centred design, user experience design, design-oriented research employing participatory methods and future-oriented design.

David Crawford has been working as a Professor at the University of Essex at Colchester, lecturing in 'Transmission Systems' and 'Intellectual Property', and with research interests in high capacity networks and broadcasting for 'beyond HD' multimedia. He has worked for over 40 years in the telecoms & broadcast industries and academia, and has led both ETSI Standardisation and DVB Technical Work Groups. David is a Member of the Royal Television Society, Fellow and Council Board Member of the IET, Editor of the EBU Tech Review, Director of a small French start-up, and Executive Producer for the industry's annual 'IBC' Conference in Amsterdam. David is now a staff member at Ravensbourne working as the Associate Course Leader for this Work Based Learning course, and as a Consultant helping to build up the research project portfolio at Rave. He likes fast cars, teaching and beer (in that order).

Victor Callaghan is a professor emeritus at University of Essex, Department of Computer Science. His previous positions include Head of Brooker Laboratory, Director of Industrial Collaboration, IT Policy Steering Committee, VR Steering Committee, Community Technology Committee, Academic, Assistant Editor CSE. Areas of expertise include Intelligent embedded systems, Mobile robots, Community Technology.



Angelica Reyes holds a Ph.D. with a Doctoral European mention from the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC) 2003. She has been working at the Computer Architecture Department of the UPC since 2004. Currently, she is an associate professor at the School of Telecommunications and Aerospace Engineering of Castelldefels (EETAC) and member of the ICARUS research group. Her research interests are in the fields of vehicular communications networks and cognitive workload assessment.