Rich and Healthy Life
Rich and healthy life concerns how digital interactions and technologies may bring richness, meaning and health to our everyday lives. The theme spans topics from health and wellbeing – including physical and mental wellbeing – to sports, enjoyment, games, access to culture, nature, food, and in general leading a good life.
If you are interested in joining the working group, please feel free to contact the chair.
Professor, Division of Computational Science and Technology at KTH, Strategic Research Committee, Chair working group Rich and Healthy Life, PI of research project Seed funding for large grant proposals, Digital Futures Faculty+46 8 790 64 38
Elena Gutierrez Farewik
Professor, Department of Engineering Mechanics at KTH, Vice Chair Working group Rich and Healthy Life, PI of project Deep Camera-Based Movement Analysis for Remote Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy, PI of project Real-time exoskeleton control for human-in-the-loop optimization, Digital Futures Faculty+46 8 790 77 19
Professor, Department of Psychology at Stockholm University, Working group Rich and Healthy Life, Digital Futures Faculty+46 8 16 23 57
Assistant Professor, The Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH, Working group Rich and Healthy Life, Digital Futures Facultylinarahm@kth.se
Associate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences (DSV), Stockholm University, Working group Rich and Healthy Life+46 8 16 17 29
Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics at Stockholm University and SciLifeLab Fellow, Working group Rich and Healthy Life, Digital Futures Facultyksahlin@math.su.se
Eva-Lotta Sallnäs Pysander
Professor Media Technology and Interaction Design at KTH, Working group Rich and Healthy Life, Digital Futures Faculty+46 8 790 66 26
Senior researcher, PhD, Connected Intelligence, Digital Systems at RISE, Working group Rich and Healthy Life, PI of project Mid-sized Seated Haptic Interactions for Autonomous Vehicles, Digital Futures Faculty+46 10 228 43 51
Wouter Van der Wijngaart
Professor Division of Micro and Nanosystems at KTH, Working group Rich and Healthy Life, PI of research project Robotic Matter, Digital Futures Faculty+46 8 790 66 13