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Foreignness as a conceptual framework for interaction design

Title of the postdoc project
Foreignness as a conceptual framework for interaction design

Main supervisor
Kia Höök, Professor, Division of Media Technology and Interaction design, KTH

Co-supervisor
Thiemo Voigt, Professor, RISE Computer Science

About the Digital Futures Postdoc Fellow
Claudia Núñez-Pacheco is an interaction design researcher and artist. She holds a PhD and a master’s degree from the Sydney School of Design at the University of Sydney, in the area of interaction design and electronic arts. Her research investigates how bodily ways of knowing can be used as crafting materials for the design of aesthetic experiences. In her research journey, Claudia has engaged in a multidisciplinary exploration that merges material thinking, wearable technology, human-computer interaction (HCI) and design methods with tools from experiential psychology. Claudia has been awarded twice by the National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research Scholarship (Chile), in addition to disseminating her research through various international HCI and design academic fora.

Contacts

Photo of Claudia Núñez-Pacheco

Claudia Núñez Pacheco

Digital Futures Postdoctoral Fellow

claudia2@kth.se
Picture of Kristina Höök

Kristina Höök

Professor, Division of Media Technology and Interaction design at KTH, Strategic Research Committee, Chair Working group Rich and Healthy Life, Supervisor for Posdoc project Foreignness as a conceptual framework for interaction design at Digital Futures

khook@kth.se
Picture of Thiemo Voigt

Thiemo Voigt

Professor, Connected Intelligence Unit at RISE, PI of research project Fighting Dengue Fever with Aerial Drones, Co-supervisor for postdoc project Foreignness as a conceptual framework for interaction design at Digital Futures

+46 10 228 43 48
thiemo.voigt@ri.se