I'm a PhD Student at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen, focusing on Human-Computer Interaction, Digital Fabrication and Machine Learning.
I focus my work on enabling interactivity to digitally fabricated objects, in a maker-friendly way. I approach this by making use of naturally occurring properties (like acoustic resonance and fluid dynamics) and then sensing how the user’s interactions change these phenomena. My projects aim to translate the complexity of fabricating interactive objects to the fabrication process itself by modifying the internal structure of the objects in a way that enables them to be augmented by these natural phenomena.
I am advised by Dr. Daniel Ashbrook at the Future Everyday Technology Research Laboratory.