I am a a postdoctoral researcher at Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. My research focus lies on the assisting and educational technology for children and people with special needs. I received my doctorate degree in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) at the Media Informatics and Multimedia Systems group at the University of Oldenburg / OFFIS (Germany) under supervision of Susanne Boll. I received my master’s degree at RWTH Aachen University, while working at i10 research lab with Jan Borchers, Simon Voelker and Johannes Schönning. Within the scope of my internship at University of Glasgow (UK) I was working on the assistance systems for child cyclists with Stephen Brewster.
My previous research focused on designing, constructing, and evaluating multimodal interfaces for bicycle safety. In particular, I focused on how children interact with assistance systems for cycling, such as collision prevention, navigation, and traffic behavior recommendations. Additionally, I was investigating ambient light displays for car navigation and tangible awareness systems for working colleagues.OPEN CV
Technical University of Darmstadt
64289 Hochschulstraße 10, Darmstadt, Germany