“Always connected = always available? The role of Microboundaries”, UCLIC PhD Showcase, June 2017.
“Always On(line)? User Experience of Smartwatches and their Role within Multi-Device Ecologies“. CHI 2017. Denver, CO. [YouTube video]
“Degrees of Agency in Owners and Users of Home IoT Devices”. CHI 2017 Workshop: Making Home: Asserting Agency in the Age of IoT.
“Always connected = always available? The role of Microboundaries”. Invited talk at BCS event. University of Southampton Solent. 18th January 2017.
“Always connected = always available? The role of Microboundaries”. Invited talk as external speaker at Work-Life Balance in the IT Profession event. University of Portsmouth. 7th December 2016
“Always connected = always available? The role of Microboundaries”. Invited talk. University of Edinburgh. 14th October 2016.
“Communicating in a multi-device, multi-account, multi-role world”, UCLIC PhD Showcase, June 2016.
“Communicating in a multi-device, multi-account, multi-role world”, BCS London Hopper Colloquium Research Spotlight 2016. Finalist.
“Finding Email in a Multi-Account, Multi-Device World“, CHI 2016, San Jose, California.
“Work-Life Balance through Tangibles and Internet of Things”, CHI 2016 workshop on Tangibles 4 Health, San Jose, California.
“Negotiating Boundaries and Availability: Understanding how Email and Communication Practices are Changing“. Microsoft Research Summer School.
“Email behaviour across devices and the impact on work-home boundaries” Cumberland Lodge Conference, Berkshire, UK.
“Working 9-5? Professional Differences in Email and Boundary Management Practices“. CHI 2015. Seoul, South Korea
“Online vs. Offline: Implications for Work Identity”. CHI 2015 Workshop: Between the Lines: Reevaluating the Online/Offline Binary. Seoul, South Korea.
Bright Club Stand-up comedy event “Bang”. Bloomsbury Theatre. London, UK.
“Email management and work-home boundaries“. MobileHCI 2014 Doctoral Consortium. Toronto, Canada.
“Personalised Email Tools: A Solution to Email Overload?“. CHI 2014 Workshop: Personalised Behaviour Change Technologies. Toronto, Canada.
“Solving the problem of email overload?” UCL 2 minute thesis competition.
“Digital Epiphanies“. Balance Network Retreat. Birmingham, UK.