I’m a Danish computer science researcher. My main field of interest is Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), in particular with the intersection between psychology and data science. My recent work includes research in Affective Computing, Mobile Sensing, and Virtual Reality. My interest in combining human behavior and computational methods has sparked research in using data science for body ownership, dishonesty, educational psychology, and cognitive load. See all my publications here.
I’m currently an Assistant Professor in Human-Centered Data Science at The IT University of Copenhagen. Before, I was a postdoc at the Virtual Learning Lab, at the Department of Psychology, University of Copenhagen, working with Guido Makransky. I received my PhD in computer science in 2019 from University of Copenhagen, supervised by Kasper Hornbæk in the ERC-funded project BodyUI. During fall 2017 I visited Pattie Maes‘ group Fluid Interfaces at MIT Media Lab. My thesis entitled Computer-Cognition Interfaces: Sensing and influencing mental processes with computer interaction is available here.