Payment Tech and the Future of Consumer Finance
Whether it is mobile technology, wireless payment terminals, easy online payments or crypto payment gateways — discover the latest in payment technology and the next generation of finance in this program presented by Angela Hamilton and Dr. David Metcalf from University of Central Florida Institute for Simulation and Training’s Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab.
By watching this program, you can expect to:
- experience the latest payment and fin-tech innovations;
- see how cryptocurrencies factor into your financial future;
- and learn how to minimize fees and maximize the capabilities of new financial tools.
This program is presented by Angela Hamilton and Dr. David Metcalf and is hosted by the Winter Park Health Foundation.
About the Program Presenters
About Angela Hamilton
Within the UCF Institute for Simulation and Training’s Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab (METIL), Angela Hamilton provides program-level management for METIL’s R&D projects and functional teams (games, instructional, 3D, and technical). In addition to helping shape the METIL research agenda, she focuses on developing partnerships and research efforts in the healthcare, corporate, academic, military, government, and non-profit domains. She has led projects for clients such as Microsoft, Google, Johnson & Johnson, and Lowe’s as well as military and government partners such as Navy, Defense Health Agency (DHA), VA, and Army. She holds a B.A. in Digital Media, an M.A. in Technical Communication, and a graduate certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) from the University of Central Florida. Research areas include applied R&D in areas such as mobility, smart cities, and sustainability; mobile learning and performance support; user-centered design; and narratives and simulations for contextual and situated learning.
About Dr. David Metcalf
Dr. David Metcalf is a Senior Researcher at the Institute for Simulation & Training Mixed Emerging Technology Integration Lab (IST METIL) with a 15-year history in Web-based and mobile learning. He focuses on bridging the gap between corporate learning, simulation techniques, and the use of technology to improve human performance.