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Lili Golmohammadi is a collaborative researcher, designer, and facilitator working across design, technology and social science. Her interdisciplinary practice draws on a wide variety of media, methods and processes, including a close engagement with materials and design-led approaches. She a Research Fellow on the TCC CX Research Strand, and a final-year doctoral researcher attached to the IN-TOUCH project at University College London, her research explores the relationships between loneliness, touch and emerging touch technologies.

Recent publications include ‘How to Use Online Probes for Social Science Research’ in SAGE Research Methods: Doing Research Online (2022, in press), and ‘Touch’ – a co-edited special issue for the Journal of Multimodality and Society (2022, in press). She is also the presenter of Together We Create, a new podcast series from the UCL Collaborative Social Science Domain, about the benefits and challenges of taking an interdisciplinary and collaborative approach to research.

Lili’s recent roles include researching and teaching Design Education at Goldsmiths University, teaching Cultural Studies at London College of Fashion and Kingston University, and Fashion Design at the University of Lincoln. She also has extensive experience devising and leading community-based arts projects.

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