How are biodata-driven technologies changing the conceptions of health and wellbeing, at individual, community and societal levels? In my research I explore how to design these technologies in a way that they work for everyone: a plurality of bodies, lifestyles, and ways of being in the world. I approach these issues from an interdisciplinary perspective, combining interaction design, computer science and STS.
As a teacher, I have been actively involved in 12 different courses, mainly within the areas of HCI and Interaction Design, and also Philosophy of Science and Research Methodology. I believe in Project-Based Learning, where students independently pursue their own research and development. Often, my courses involve complex and enganging projects that cover the entire design cycle, from user research to implementation (typically web-based, app, or physical prototypes). I have taught students from different disciplinary backgrounds, such as computer science, media technology, and interaction design.