Digital Connectivity for Safety in the City After Dark.


QUT – Boredom blamed for young male risk taking: CARRS-Q study

Urban Mobility


InstaBooth: Recording the Past – Designing the Future: The InstaBooth for Situated Community Engagement

QUT Engagement Innovation, 2015 – 2016


Reduce Your Juice

Low Income Energy Efficiency Program, Department of Industry and Science, 2013 – 2015


ABC Evening News: Facebook’s Research Ethics

2 July 2014: QUT Urban Informatics researcher Dr Christine Satchell on ABC Evening News about the ethical implications of the Facebook study which manipulated users’ news feed without their knowledge.


9 News: Google Glass

28 May 2014: QUT Urban Informatics researcher Dr Markus Rittenbruch on 9 News.


7 News: Social Media Apps

23 April 2014: QUT Urban Informatics researcher Dr Christine Satchell on 7 News.


Open Access: Advocacy and Advantage

31 October 2013: Session 3 of the Open Access and Research Conference 2013 focusses on Advocacy and Advantage and includes a panel discussion with Assoc. Prof. Marcus Foth (QUT), Assoc. Prof. Alex Holcombe (USyd), Dr Matthew Todd (USyd), and Prof. Barry Watson (QUT). (watch >)


Free Wi-Fi coming to Australia

19 October 2013: Wi-Fi has increasingly become an essential part of life, but access to free wi-fi has been rather limited in Australia. Now, Melbourne is contemplating rolling out a pilot program. SBS TV interviews Dr Christine Satchell. (watch >)


Train Commuters Needed for Roulette Chat App Trial

17 October 2013: Spencer Howson (612 ABC Brisbane) speaks with Tiago Camacho about his app for train travellers called Train Roulette. (listen >)


Twitter launches emergency alerts system

26 Sep 2013: Prue Bentley (ABC NewsRadio) speaks with Dr Christine Satchell from Queensland University of Technology. (listen >)


QUT Creative Industries Research Showcase: Food and Human-Computer Interaction

6 May 2013: QUT Urban Informatics researcher Dr Jaz Choi is studying food and human-computer interaction in urban environments. Working with researchers from around the world, she looks at how people can be engaged through technology to eat, cook and grow food in environmentally sustainable, healthy and social-culturally inclusive ways.


QUT Creative Industries Research Showcase: Gelatine

21 March 2013: QUT Urban Informatics Lab researcher Mark Bilandzic’s ‘Gelatine’ project showcases how the physical space can be combined with digital space, and create a hybrid space that embodies affordances of both the digital and physical. His data visualisation system captures people’s interests, knowledge and activities at the State Library of Queensland’s The Edge and reflects them back to the physical space.


Gelatine – Towards Hybrid Informal Learning Spaces: Designing for Digital Encounters in Physical Environments

20 February 2013: Dan Petrovic (Australian Science) interviews Mark Bilandzic from the QUT Urban Informatics Research Lab about his PhD project and the Gelatine system (read more >)