Recent News

SEGAH'22 was an absolute success!

Earlier in August, the UTS Games Studio had the pleasure to host the 10th iteration of the International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health (SEGAH 2022).

This conference aims at creating a space for sharing knowledge, experiences, and scientific and technical results, related to state-of-the-art solutions and technologies on serious games and applications for health and healthcare.

UTS Games Graduates Hangout

With the UTS Bachelor of Science in Games Development (now just Bachelor of Games Development) being successfully re-accredited this year, we want to take the chance to catchup with all the graduates that have made this degree such a success and celebrate the last five years of the degree and more.

Outstanding Paper Award at the GET2022 Conference. Congratulations Elena & Madiha

The paper "Gamification Of Discussoo: An Online Ai-Based Forum For Serious Discussions" was selected for the Outstanding Paper Award at the 15th International Conference on Game and Entertainment Technologies 2022

Congratulations to the authors: Elena Bakhanova, Madiha Anjum, Jaime A. Garcia, William L. Raffe and Alexey Voinov on this success story.

Success at the UTS Cross Faculty Collaboration Scheme 2022

Congratulations to Professor Ian KneeboneAssociate Professor Kris RogersDr Peter StubbsAssociate Professor Phoebe BaileyDr William Raffe. The team led by Dr Jaime Garcia Marin (FEIT) and based on pilot work by PhD candidate Fiza Mughal will undertake a project that aims to demonstrate that activity trackers (such as the Fitbit) can accurately identify symptoms of depression in older people.