I'm currently a research assistant in the HCI group of the University of Hanover, working with Michael Rohs. Previously I worked with Roderick Murray-Smith's group at the University of Glasgow during the summer of 2012 and with the Human-Computer Interaction group of the Hasso Plattner Institute for the two years before.
I hold a BSc in Digital Media / Media Informatics from the University of Bremen and a MSc in Computer Science from the Darmstadt University of Technology. During my time at graduate school, I spent one year at the University of Florida, studying Digital Arts and Sciences on a Fulbright scholarship.
I am interested in how interactions change and adapt according to uncertainty, intend, or engagement. This touches areas such as whole body interaction, around device interaction and natural user interfaces. As part of that interest I have been applying and am interested in furthering my understanding of: machine learning, computer vision, computer graphics, and signal processing.