I'm Becky Stewart

I am a Lecturer in the Dyson School of Design Engineering at Imperial College London and until early 2019 was a Lecturer in the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London. I used to take on freelance engineering and consultancy projects through Anti-Alias Labs. I'm also a co-founder of Codasign, a creative technology education company that ran workshops teaching kids and adults how to use technology to develop creative projects.

I work with e-textiles and signal processing to build interactive, body-centric wearable computing systems. These systems often incorporate performance, fashion, music and/or design.

I grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan in the US and currently live in London in the UK.

If you'd like to know about upcoming workshops and events I'm hosting, then you can join my TinyLetter.


...is short for Rebecca. I have learned that it is not always an obvious shortening, depending on your cultural background. I am happy to be addressed as either Becky or Rebecca. My academic work is published under my full name.


...is a gender theory and math pun.

This domain name was inspired by Sadie Plant's book Zeros + Ones: Digital Women and the New Technoculture. In her book, Plant explores parallels between being female, being feminine, the history of computing, the history of weaving, science fiction literature and a multitude of other topics. I found inspiration for the domain name from the chapter Holes.