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UNDERSTANDING 2020: Privacy Attitudes
You’re invited to join us for this free presentation on people’s perceptions of privacy both in general and with respect to the pandemic.
Meet our speaker
Professor Simon Dennis – Director, Complex Human Data Hub (CHDH), Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences.
Prof Simon Dennis leads the Complex Human Data Hub (CHDH) where the primary aim is to develop Computational Behavioural Science – bringing computational methods to bear on big data to better understand psychological processes.
Prof Dennis is also the Head of the Memory and Language Lab in the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences.
Simon’s research utilises large scale real world data, experimental paradigms and computational modelling techniques to investigate the cognitive architecture underlying memory and language.
Much of his research uses experience sampling technologies to study psychological processes. He has created an extensive data collection, retrieval, visualization and analysis ecosystem provided by Unforgettable Research Services Pty Ltd of which he is the CEO. Simon also has an interest in privacy and the concept of participant owned data.
The Blog: https://simondennis.blog/
Memory and Language Lab: https://psychologicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/research/msps-research-groups/mall/lab
Complex Human Data Hub: https://psychologicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/research/hubs/chdh
About the ‘Understanding 2020’ event series delivered by Melbourne Connect and the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences:
These fortnightly online events are designed to delve into a range of topics focussed on very current and relevant topics, with evidence based research and leading psychologists driving the thought provoking discussions.
MELBOURNE CONNECT is creating a connected innovation ecosystem by co-locating industry, research, talent and entrepreneurs, establishing Melbourne as a global innovation destination.
The Melbourne School of Engineering will be located at Melbourne Connect, contributing to the precinct’s immersive culture of entrepreneurship.
Melbourne Connect opens in 2021. Find out more by visiting melbconnect.com.au
THE MELBOURNE SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCES fosters innovative research and educational programs that elevate the human condition and supports students and psychologists whose research, projects, and intervention programs help individuals and communities worldwide, making a global impact.
Their research program is broad, with strengths in clinical science, cognitive and behavioural neuroscience, and developmental and social psychology. They benefit from strong interdisciplinary collaborations across the University, and from a remarkable collection of hospital and research institute partners.
Find out more: https://psychologicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/