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August 31st, 2020

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What are the recent developments in sensor technology, and how can we use these to study children's social interactions? On June 18 and 26, these issues were discussed in a webinar series by international experts.

Ongoing and upcoming research projects at the Leiden-Delft-Erasmus (LDE) sensor lab (NL), University of Twente (NL), UCL (UK), and University of Miami (US) that develop and use the sensor technology were also shared and discussed with great enthusiasm. See here and here for program of this webinar series. PDFs of the different presentations in powerpoint are available upon request.

List of attendees:

Sensor lab Leiden-Delft-Erasmus (LDE)
- Carolien Rieffe, Development Psychology, Leiden University, NL
- Mitra Barachi, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS), NL
- Sarah Giest, Public Administration Institute, Leiden University, NL
- Alexander Kutamanis, Faculty of Architecture, Delft University of Technology, NL
- Adva Eichengreen, Development Psychology, Leiden University, NL
- Lisa van Klaveren, Development Psychology, Leiden University, NL
- Yung-Ting Tsou, Developmental Psychology, Leiden University, NL
- Maedeh Nasri, Development Psychology, Leiden University, NL

Portugal Team
- Guida Veiga, Sports and Health Department, University of Évora, Portugal
- Brenda da Silva, Developmental Psychology, Leiden University, NL
- Berna Güroglu, Developmental Psychology, Leiden University, NL

Computer Science
- Claudio Pinho Rebelo de Sà, Data Science Research Group, Technology University of Twente, NL
- Geert Jan Laanstra, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science, Technology University of Twente, NL
- Daniela Gawehns, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS), NL
- Marvin Meeng, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS), NL

Sports
- Nicolette van Veldhoven, Dutch Olympic Committee*Dutch Sports Federation, (NOC*NSF), NL
- Marck de Greeff, Department of Sports and Education, Windesheim University, NL

International experts
- Jenny Gibson, PEDAL Research Centre, University of Cambridge, UK
- Daniel Messenger, Department of Psychology, Miami University, USA
- Ed Baines, Department of Psychology and Human Development, UCL, UK
- Matt Somerville, Department of Psychology and Human Development, UCL, UK