Dorothé has been a Research Fellow at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction since May 2016. She graduated from Eindhoven University of Technology with a Master’s degree in Industrial Design. Throughout the Master program, she worked on design research methods and tools for Embodied Ideation. At the Center, she is mainly involved in re:tangent, a project that aims to bridge the gap between (remote) digital and physical interactions by designing concepts for dislocated tangible play.
Currently, Dorothé is a PhD candidate at the Center for Human-Computer Interaction in the Embodied Interaction group. In her thesis, she tries to make sense of Embodied Sensemaking.
- 2016/2017: User Interface Engineering (Computerwissenschaften, Universität Salzburg, co-taught)
- 2017/2018: Contextual Interfaces (Computerwissenschaften, Universität Salzburg, co-taught)
- 2018/2019: Introduction to HCI (Computerwissenschaften, Universität Salzburg)
- 2018/2019: Seminar for Computer Science (Computerwissenschaften, Universität Salzburg)
- 2018/2019: HCI Studio