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 involved in the Automotive Retail Lab, in which she focuses on engagement in the showroom and the use of personal smart devices.
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)