I support the design, engineering and management of human-facing digital products and services. For the past ten years, I have been writing a weekly column on emerging consumer technologies and products for the Austrian daily Kurier.

Previously, I was a postgraduate researcher at the University of Cambridge’s Engineering Design Centre. Prior to that, I completed a BA, MEng and PhD in Engineering Design and Information Engineering at the University of Cambridge.

I led the development of The Mephistophone, an Arts Council funded digital instrument, which premiered at the Royal Opera House in 2014 and was co-developed by the Cambridge University Computer Laboratory.

My interests revolve around the creation of innovative and human-centred digital products and services. I am the author of both academic and non-academic pieces in a range of fields, including information engineering, design, public health, and computer science.