DANIEL C. RICHARDSON
Daniel Richardson, PhD is a Professor in Experimental Psychology and founder of the Eyethink Lab at University College London. Before coming to UCL, Daniel was an undergraduate at Magdalen College, Oxford, a graduate student at Cornell, a postdoctoral researcher at Stanford, and an assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He was fleetingly on tv as part of a BBC documentary, and received both Early Career and Provost's Teaching Awards from UCL.
MILES R. A. TUFFT
Miles Tufft, PhD is a Lecturer in Experimental Psychology and co-director of the Eyethink Lab at University College London. He graduated with a BA in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge and holds an MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience and a PhD in Cognitive Psychology from UCL. Prior to academia, he worked for over a decade in industry including seven years as a management consultant where he applied data science to inform strategic and organisational change.
Lena Nalbandian is a PhD student in the Experimental Psychology program and a member of the Eyethink lab at University College London. She obtained her MSc in Social Cognition: Research and Applications at University College London in the Eyethink Lab before returning as a PhD student. Prior to this, she graduated with a BA in Psychological and Brain Sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she was a research assistant in a lab exploring attention and cognition, before eventually focusing on social cognition.
Robin Ren is a PhD student at the Eyethink Lab. Before starting his PhD, he graduated with a MSci Psychology at UCL. His main research focuses on audience engagement through various mediums and across different social groups. His research interests stemmed from his strong love in football, theatre, and movies. Outside of academia, he also worked a short stint in UX for a start-up software company, and as content creator for a psychology platform.