Slider large picture

Royal Society of Canada honours four GRAND scholars

Researchers recognized for groundbreaking work in areas of computer graphics, computational modeling, communications technology policy, and affective computing. Read More

Slider large picture

Celebrating 5 Years of Excellence / Célébrons 5 années d’excellence

GRAND NCE 2013/14 Annual Report / Rapport annuel 2013/14 du RCE GRAND now online. Read more

Slider large picture

hitchBOT programmer in GRAND uses speech recognition expertise to help people with dementia

Read More (U of T Research. Photo courtesy hitchbot/www.guthier.com)

Slider large picture

Waterloo Research: Why can Google read your mind?

GRAND researcher Dr. Charles Clarke is exploring ways to make your online searches more relevant to you. Read More (UW website. Photo courtesy of UW)

Slider large picture

Critical Hit 14 reimagines the video game

Read More (Concordia News. Photo by Concordia University)

Slider large picture

Computer graphics and HCI researchers in GRAND to represent Canada at leading international computer graphics conference.

Read More

Slider large picture

"Understanding Videogames" new UAlberta MOOC developed by GRAND researchers

Read More (University of Alberta website). Illustration by Rachelle Bugeaud.

Slide icon
Slide icon
Slide icon
Slide icon
Slide icon
Slide icon
Slide icon
previous slide
next slide
The ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST) is the premier forum for innovations in human-computer interfaces.
Computer-Human Interaction in Play (CHI PLAY) is a new interdisciplinary ACM SIGCHI conference series exploring “player-computer interaction”. The inaugural conference will be held in Toronto.
The 2014 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces is a premier venue for research in the area.
Forum to offer digital health/e-health researchers, professionals, and developers an opportunity to network and discuss industry-academic collaborations.
Forum to offer digital health/e-health researchers, professionals, and developers an opportunity to network and discuss industry-academic collaborations.
Researchers recognized for groundbreaking work in areas of computer graphics, computational modeling, communications technology policy, and affective computing.
Brock University, Guelph University, Memorial University of Newfoundland and the University of Lethbridge newest members of GRAND.
Responsible for giving hitchhiking robot HitchBOT a voice, GRAND NI Frank Rudzicz is developing software to improve the lives of people with speech impairments. (U of T News)
GRAND researcher Dr. Charles Clarke is exploring ways to make your online searches more relevant to you. (Waterloo News)
Researchers from both NCEs to take part in one-day workshop in Toronto aimed at identifying joint projects.
Funded projects pair independent artists with researchers from the natural and social sciences and the health sciences in the creation of new artistic works.
GRAND to introduce renewed research program focused on tackling problems of importance to Canada. New projects expected to come on line April 2014.
Announcements
Canada 3.0 2014

New Date for Canada 3.0 2014

TRTech and the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN), partners in presenting the Canada 3.0 2014 conference, are pleased to announce that the event has been rescheduled in Calgary for October 28-30, 2014.

For further information visit canada30.ca.

GRAND Research Snapshots

Meet some of GRAND's researchers

/