For my full CV please send me an email to tiare[at]feuchtner[dot]net.

As a computer scientist my main interest lies in HCI (human computer interaction). Currently I am researching
embodied user interfaces for Virtual and Augmented Reality applications. Such interfaces permit users to feel that
they are interacting with the virtual world directly with their own (virtual) bodies, which we can augment and extend
to give them ‘superpowers’.

Professional career

Postdoc (current) MADE (Digital Assistance Tools) Project, Aarhus University
PHD Fellow Ubiquitous Computing and Interaction group, Aarhus University
Visiting Researcher eventLAB, Universitat de Barcelona
Junior Researcher Telekom Innovation Laboratories (T-Labs)
Marketing & PR Manager Zeppelin Studio
Junior Researcher Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT)


Education

PhD of Computer Science (HCI) (current) Aarhus University, Denmark
Master of Computer Science (MSc) Berlin University of Technology, Germany
Bachelor of Computer Science (BSc) Vienna University of Technology, Austria


Further experience, skills and awards

Technical expertise

Many years of experience in object oriented programming, scripting and markup languages (Java, C#, C++, Python, PHP, JavaScript, HTML5, LaTeX) and with various modern frameworks and libraries (OpenGL, OpenCV, OpenNI, Matlab, R, Arduino). Proficient user of the following tools and applications: Unity3D, Visual Studio, Eclipse, Git, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, Microsoft Office. Experience developing interactive VR and AR systems by combining various head-mounted displays (Oculus Rift, HTC Vive) and tracking technologies (OptiTrack, Kinect, Leap Motion). Limited experience with 3D modeling software (3ds Max, Maya) and basic understanding of electronics.

Languages

  • German (mother tongue)
  • English (full professional proficiency)
  • Spanish (minimum professional proficiency)
  • French (limited working proficiency)
  • Danish (limited working proficiency)

Teaching and student supervision

I have supervised several Master level student projects and assisted in teaching multiple university courses at both Master and Bachelor level.

Academic services

Peer reviewing for Various HCI conferences:
CHI, UIST, UBICOMP, MobileHCI, DIS, ISS, ITS, NordiCHI, PerDis, EICS, IDC, Mensch & Computer.
Special Recognition for Outstanding Reviews:
DIS 2018
Professional memberships:
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) – Special interest group on human-computer interaction (SIGCHI).

Awards

  • CHI 2014 Student Game Competition Finalist – Project: Drunken Ed
  • Vienna Content Award 2014 Games Category Winner – Project: Schein
  • Microsoft Imagine Cup 2013 Game Competition Winner – Project: Schein
  • German Developer Award 2013 Newcomer Category Winner – Project: Schein