A blog about science, innovative user interfaces, and ubiquitous computing
A blog about science, innovative user interfaces, and ubiquitous computing

About

Thomas Kosch studied Software Engineering at the University of Stuttgart in Germany, focusing on AI-based assistive systems, analysis of physiological sensory data, and implementation of cognition-aware computing systems. He was a PhD student at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich under the supervision of Albrecht Schmidt and is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Telecooperation Lab at the Technical University of Darmstadt. His research encompasses the use of physiological sensing to understand how people interact with user interfaces, cognitive and physical augmentation, and the fabrication of novel prototypes, including evaluating their long-term implications. He is generally interested in physiological user interface design in combination with recent advancements in artificial intelligence to understand the individual’s cognition during an interaction. His research was successfully evaluated in realistic, real-world environments with several industrial research partners.

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