I am a PhD student and research assistant at the HCI group. My academic background is in cognitive science and humanities, and my current research focuses on Human-Robot Interaction. My research interests include emotions and identity in human-robot interactions, effects of robotisation on human labor, and evolution of human-robot relationships over time. I am also interested in broader topics in philosophy of technology.

I enjoy bridging perspectives from different disciplines such as sociology, cognitive science, philosophy and arts-based research, and collaborating with scholars from different disciplines.

I have published in conferences such as HRI, Robophilosophy and journals such as AI&Society, Cybernetics & Systems.


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