Hannah R. Marston
is a research associate at the Centre for Research in Computing at The Open University. Previously, she was a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute of Movement and Sport Gerontology, German Sport University Cologne; where she was a member of the EU project: iStoppFalls which utilizes technology to facilitate exercise in a bid to prevent falls and predict falls through a series of standard measures.
She was rewarded her PhD in Virtual Reality & Gerontology; titled: Wii Like to Play Too: Computer Gaming Habits of Older Adults from Teesside University, Middlesbrough, UK. Previously, she held the position of technology chair for the Emerging Scholar & Professional Organization, of the Gerontological Society of America – 2010. At present She has published several papers and book chapters in the domain of digital gaming, gerontology, gamification, mHealth and Flow. Hannah will be attending the CHI Play Conference in October 2015 where she will be part of the workshop 'Digital Game Technology: What is the future for out ageing society?'
Further information can be found from her website http://www.hannahrmarston.co.uk/
is an Associate Professor at the Centre for Innovative Ageing, Swansea University, Wales, UK. He gained his PhD in driver behaviour and attitudes to risk, from the University of Southampton, UK. At present Charles is running a directive of Environments and Ageing within the centre and in addition is the Deputy Director of Older People & Ageing Research Development Network (OPAN) Cymru. This initiative is to develop and enhance research, policy and practice for older people in Wales.
Charles interests including ageing, travel and transport, addressing technological, environmental, health and sustainability context of transportation and built environmental studies. At present Charles is the editor of Generations Review, a non-peer reviewed publication within the British Society of Gerontology (BSG).
Further information can be found from his websites http://www.drcharliemuss.com/
is a post-doctoral fellow at the School of Health Sciences, University of Northern British Columbia, Canada. Dr. Freeman is the current Vice President of the International Association on Geriatrics and Gerontology Coalition of Student Organizations (IAGG CSO) and the past president of Canadian Association on Gerontology's Student Connection-Connexion Étudiante (SC-CÉ).
Her research interests focus on the health and well being of vulnerable populations with specialization in the areas of aging, hospice palliative care, informal caregiving, and centenarians.