Today my PhD student Simon Kamronn successfully defended his PhD thesis ”Monitoring and modelling of behavioral changes using smartphone and wearable sensing”. Congratulations, Simon!
Today my PhD student Per Bækgaard successfully defended his PhD thesis ”Enhancing User Experience in Next Generation Mobile Devices Using Eye Tracking as a Biometric Sensor”. Congratulations, Per!
Today my PhD student Andrea Cuttone successfully defended his PhD thesis “Data Mining and Visualization of Large Human Behavior Data Sets”. Congratulations, Andrea!
Benjamin Johansen joins the lab as a PhD student in the Cognitive Systems Section at DTU Compute under my supervision and co-supervised by Michael Kai Petersen. Benjamin will work on personalization and enhancement of the user experience in the hearing aid fitting process. The project is part of an ongoing research collaboration with Oticon and is in part funded by The Oticon Foundation. The working title of the PhD project is Personalizing hearing care and enhancing user experience by adapting devices to the changing mobile context. Welcome, Benjamin!
Today my PhD student Camilla B.F. Jensen successfully defended her PhD thesis “Design of Cognitive Interfaces for Personal Informatics Feedback”. Congratulations, Camilla!
Andrea Cuttone joins the lab as a new PhD student in the Cognitive Systems Section at DTU Compute under my supervision and co-supervised by Sune Lehmann. Andrea will work in part on the Sensible DTU project and use that as an experimental platform for his PhD project. The working title of the PhD project is Data mining and visualization tools for human behavior data. Welcome, Andrea!