Changing social behavior through game elements

From fundamental to applied research through games

Poster presentation at Games for Health Europe 2012:


Rules guide behavior

In this research project the goal is to investigate social behavior change

An introduction into the experiment performed in summer on the effect of warming-up of audience participation in dance. A scientific account of this experiments follows later.

Valentijn Visch project leader G-Motiv

I published an article about robots in healthcare for the online magazine 'Waterstof' of the 'Waterlandstichting'.

Report of the 'Robots Supporting Care Day' where I presented the Darwin robot to health care professionals, students and

At Games for Health Europe, Alessia Cadamuro and Valentijn Visch presented "What remains"  - a prototype that facilitates the intake of Alzheimer’s disease suffering patients in care homes

SELEMCA will go 'on tour' the coming month. A list of the events where you can find us:

7-8 november: Matthijs Pontier will present a paper on 'Robots that Stimulate Autonomy' at the 25th Benelux Artificial Intelligence Conference. The paper and the slides can be found in the links below:

Places are filling quickly for the Climate-KIC Summer School 'Transforming the Future Built Environment' from 7 – 18 July in Rotterdam!

The deadline for the second round of applications is Monday June 2nd.

Make sure that you have a chance to be considered, places are limited!