investigates the use of mobile technologies in a range of different...+
investigates the use of mobile technologies in a range of different settings, ranging from mobile phone use among teenagers and seniors, to GPS use among hunters. During 2010-2012 Weilenmann is visiting Mobile Life as a VinnMer Fellow with a research grant from the Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation System (VINNOVA), working on a project titled Mobile services for interaction, communication and learning. Weilenmann holds a PhD in informatics, and is Associate Professor in Applied Information Technology. She is employed at the Department of Applied Information Technology, Göteborg University/Chalmers. She is also a member of the Center for Language Technology and The Learning and Media Technology Studio, at University of Gothenburg. +46 70 303 29 53 email@example.com
is centre director for mobile life. Annika is a ‘research by design’...+
is centre director for mobile life. Annika is a ‘research by design’ academic with a background in computer science and Human-Computer Interaction, who has dedicated the latest ten years of her life to understanding games, and more specifically, pervasive games. These are games that are played in the physical world, often but not necessarily with the aid of mobile and ubiquitous technology. She is on the board of DIGRA, the Digital Games research association, acts as editor for the DIGRA journal ToDIGRA, and frequently participates in programme committees for scientific conferences.
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is a Human-Computer Interaction master student at KTH. He came to Mobile...+
is a Human-Computer Interaction master student at KTH. He came to Mobile Life to develop his master thesis under the supervision of Elena Márquez. He will continue with the PhySeEar project developing a movement recognition and an app design for the elderly in assisted living facilities. He recently came from Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain. He holds a bachelor degree in computer science. He is interested in medical health care combined with games and all type of new mobile technologies email@example.com +46760692606
is Master of Computer Science student at University of Trento, Italy and...+
is Master of Computer Science student at University of Trento, Italy and holds a Bachelor of Computer Engineering degree from Middle East Technical University, Turkey. She joined Mobile Life in order to carry out her master thesis correlated to the pervasive game “Codename:Heroes”. She has experience in web and mobile application development as well as designing a web platform to be used by university students as part of Smart Campus course project. In her master thesis she will be focusing on designing a game master interface for “Codename:Heroes”.
Fergus holds a BA in Industrial Design and Technology and a MPhil in...+
Fergus holds a BA in Industrial Design and Technology and a MPhil in Design Research from Brunel University. He is enthusiastic about the use of human centred design and the application of technology to enhance human performance, self-concept, social engagement and innovation. Having worked as a design consultant on projects in contexts as diverse as the Design Museum in London and the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore, through to the participatory design of knowledge transfer resources in the social care sector in the UK. Fergus’ research interests are in exploring the role of design and technology in shaping and supporting human motivation, engagement, wellbeing and innovation. Fergus’ work as a designer also draws upon his background as a cross-country ski racer and ski coach.
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is senior researcher at the Mobile Life Center, employed by the...+
is senior researcher at the Mobile Life Center, employed by the Interactive Institute, since January 2010. She is part of the Mobility Studio. She holds a M.Sc. (2005) and a Ph.D (2010) in electrical engineering with a major in telecommunications and information science at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. Goranka’s current research includes interdisciplinary human centric approach in the field of live video interaction with the focus on mobile technologies. She is working on the EU-project FascinatE. Goranka’s previous work was in the field of automatic face animation of virtual characters and their applications in networked and mobile environments. She defended her PhD thesis, “Hybrid approach to real-time speech driven facial gesturing of virtual characters”, in July 2010.
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Inger is vising the centre from University of Tampere, where she is...+
Inger is vising the centre from University of Tampere, where she is currently pursuing a PhD on game sound design. Her research looks into the semantic and aesthetic aspects of game sound, exploring the design space of sound effects and environmental ambiance, and the emotional and psychoacoustic processes by which game sounds contribute to game experience.
Inger holds a M.Sc. in computer science from the University of Tampere (2003). Before coming to Mobile Life, she worked in various research projects at Aalto University. Most recenlty, she has been applying psychophysiology as a way to investigate experience within gaming and other high performance scenarios, and as input for emotion-responsive user interfaces.
joined Mobile Life as an ERCIM postdoctoral fellow in December 2012....+
joined Mobile Life as an ERCIM postdoctoral fellow in December 2012.
Her research interests are related to Serious Games and exploring innovative educational techniques such as using mobile and pervasive applications.
During her PhD at the INSA (National Institute od Applied Science) in Lyon (France), she designed and developed an authoring environment to help teachers conceive better quality Serious Games for their use in class.
She also is evolved in several Art projects that use computer science to create new forms of participatory entertainment and culture.
Academic title: ERCIM postdoctoral fellow–
Louise Barkhuus is an associate professor at Stockholm University and a...+
Louise Barkhuus is an associate professor at Stockholm University and a senior researcher at the Mobile Life Centre. Her research focuses on social interaction through and around mobile and ubiquitous technologies, particular in relation to issues of privacy, friendship maintenance, location-reporting and game playing. She looks at the intersection of technology and social interaction by combining the development of prototype applications with newly adopted commercial technologies. Her recent work includes studies of social media as facilitators of ad-hoc socializing and analyses of privacy issues within ubiquitous computing research.
Before coming to the Stockholm University and Mobile Life Centre Louise Barkhuus was working as a research scientist at University of California, San Diego, serving as the PI of an NSF funded project on technologies for supporting social science research.
Louise Barkhuus gained her Ph.D from the IT University of Copenhagen in 2004; her dissertation focused on context-aware computing and its complications for implementation in a social world.
Marten Biehl is studying Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala...+
Marten Biehl is studying Human-Computer Interaction at Uppsala Universitet and holds a BSc in Information Systems from WWU Münster, Germany. He joined Mobile Life to do his master thesis under Elena Márquez and Jordi Solsona's supervision. He will develop a toolkit for quickly sketching movement-based interactions in multi-disciplinary design teams.
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Martin is a visiting Ph.D student from the Center for Advanced Studies...+
Martin is a visiting Ph.D student from the Center for Advanced Studies and Research in Information and Communication Technologies & Society (ICT&S) at University of Salzburg. Martin holds a degree in Information Design from University of Applied Sciences Graz. He was
involved in multiple national and international research projects around the topics of interaction design for industrial, automotive and domestic applications. His research interests lie in the methodological and environmental influences on explorative design of contextual interaction.
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Academic title: Ph. D. student–
is a programmer and PhD student employed at SICS. After more than 20...+
is a programmer and PhD student employed at SICS. After more than 20 years of programming experience, he currently focus on mobile development, web development, and mobile web development, with a focus on user experience. He says he is a platform agnostic. Mattias research interests are mobile, social, and location based services, and look at services as mashup-materials, and study users using mobile services.
Mattias Svahn is a visiting researcher at Mobile Life and a PhD-...+
Mattias Svahn is a visiting researcher at Mobile Life and a PhD-candidate at the Stockholm School of Economics. His research specialises in the consumer psychology and persuasion processes of the persuasive-pervasive game play experience. He is here to finish off a dissertation that makes a causal statistical model of player behaviour data from a series of persuasive pervasive games using structural equation modelling, with partial least square modelling. Here is a link to a poster about his work: http://streamdp.hhs.se/LinkedStaffDocs/download.aspx?dl=01633_001
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is a master student in Embedded Systems programme at Royal Institute of...+
is a master student in Embedded Systems programme at Royal Institute of Technology. He has the degree of BSC in Computer Engineering from Bilkent University, Turkey. His current interest is mobile and web development. In Mobile Life, he will write his masters thesis about Internet of Things and Tech Probes.
is a master student in Interactive Systems Engineering at Royal...+
is a master student in Interactive Systems Engineering at Royal Institute of technology Stockholm Sweden. He has a BSC Computer Science degree from the University of Engineering and Technology in Lahore, Pakistan .Yasir has joined the Mobile Life center to do his master thesis. During his stay at Mobile Life Center , Yasir will work on a Project" Somaesthetics and body awareness ". Yasir will do a technical part of this project. Yasir was a web developer in Pakistan at Company XCELSOFT (PVT) LTD.
has a Ph.D in Psychology and is interested in emotions, how they are...+
has a Ph.D in Psychology and is interested in emotions, how they are experienced, regulated, expressed (including feelings, behavior and somatic/physiological reactions), and how we could train emotion regulation capacities through increased interoceptive awareness. She had a short internship at Mobile Life Centre 2009 during her PhD and she is now back to work on the Affective Health project until November 2013.
+46 739 644 920 email@example.com
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