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As a PhD researcher in the Human–Computer Interaction Group in the Department of Computer Science, and a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath (UK), I operate at the crossroads of design, human behaviour and technology.

My main research areas are decision making and task allocation in human interaction with interactive systems, where actions depend on amongst others users’ trust in a system, their perceived self-efficacy, and their perception of risk.

The majority of my teaching is related to product design and development processes and methods, ideation and concept development, and user interaction.