ACM ISS 2022
Sun 20 - Thu 24 November 2022 Wellington, New Zealand
Aluna Everitt

Not registered as user yet

Name:Aluna Everitt
Bio:

Dr. Aluna Everitt is an incoming lecturer (assistant professor) at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand, is currently a postdoc in the cyber-physical systems group at the University of Oxford, and a Junior Research Fellow at Kellogg College. She is also a Senior Visiting Researcher at the University of Bristol, where she was a postdoc at BIG Lab prior to joining Oxford. Her PhD is in Computer Science from Lancaster University, in the field of HCI. As a multi-disciplinary researcher, her areas of interest and expertise lie across the fields of HCI, Design, and Engineering. She has a particular interest in conducting both quantitative and qualitative research which combines a mix of engineering fabrication approaches for prototyping, together with collaborative design (co-design) to encourage users and experts from different domains to develop content and applications for the next generation of interactive hardware systems and interfaces (e.g., shape-changing displays and robotics).

Country:United Kingdom
Affiliation:University of Oxford
Personal website:https://alunaeveritt.com/

Contributions

ACM ISS 2022 Investigating Pointing Performance for Tangible Surfaces with Physical 3D Targets
Democratising the Development of Emerging Technologies
Session Chair of Session 3: Gaze (part of Papers)
Social Media Co-Chair in Organizing Committee
Show activities from other conferences

ACM ISS 2022-profile
View general profile