M. Sc. Kamila Wajda

Former Research Assistant

Kamila Wajda studied media informatics and has been a member of the workgroup "Sociotechnical systems design and gender" (2011 - 2013). Her research focus is on human-computer interaction, in particular on tangible interaction, and on user and context-sensitive system development and evaluation.


Some publications

Claude Draude, Kamila Wajda & Susanne Maaß (2012):

Allumfassend – wirklich für alle? Wie sich Gender/Diversity-Aspekte in Forschungsfragen einbringen lassen. Workshop auf der Mensch & Computer, September 2012, Konstanz.

Dennis Krannich, Anja Zeisig & Kamila Wajda (2012):

Digital Experience Design. In: Bernard Robben, Heidi Schelhowe (Hrsg.): Be-greifbare Interaktionen - Der allgegenwärtige Computer: Touchscreens, Wearables, Tangibles und Ubiquitous Computing. Transcript Verlag, Bielefeld, 167-190

Jamie Allen, Rachel Clarke, Kamila Wajda & Areti Galani (2011):

Creative Ecologies in Action: Technology, Creativity and the Artist-led Workshop. ISEA 2011 - International Festival of New Media, Electronic and Digital Arts, September 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.

Jamie Allen, Rachel Clarke, Areti Galani & Kamila Wajda (2011):

Creative ecologies in action: technology and the workshop-as-artwork. Proceedings of the 8th ACM conference on Creativity & Cognition 2011, 03.-06. November 2011, Atlanta, Georgia, USA: 309-310.

Jan Smeddinck, Kamila Wajda, Adeel Naveed, Leen Touma, Yuting Chen, Muhammad Abu Hasan, Muhammad Waqas Latif & Robert Porzel (2010):

QuickWoZ: a multi-purpose wizard-of-oz framework for experiments with embodied conversational agents. IUI 2010: 427-428

 

 

 

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