PEOPLE / Artin | Saberpour

<div class="people-banner"><img class="icon_title" src="https://rammstein.cs.uni-saarland.de/wp-content/uploads/people/staff/HCI_people-1-1190x330-1.jpg" /></div><br><span class="yellow-sm people-title-yellow"><span class="people-ind-title-hci">PEOPLE / Artin | Saberpour</span></span>

Artin Saberpour is a PhD student within the HCI Lab at Saarland University. He has recieved his MSc degree in Computer Science from Saarland University when at the same time had an affiliation with Max Planck Institute for Informatics, and was actively involved in research. He has recieved his BSc in computer engineering from University of Tehran. His backgroung is a wide mix of things, […]

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PEOPLE / Narjes | Pourjafarian

<div class="people-banner"><img class="icon_title" src="https://rammstein.cs.uni-saarland.de/wp-content/uploads/people/staff/HCI_people-1-1190x330-1.jpg" /></div><br><span class="yellow-sm people-title-yellow"><span class="people-ind-title-hci">PEOPLE / Narjes | Pourjafarian</span></span>

Narjes Pourjafarian is a PhD student in the Human-Computer Interaction group at Saarland University. She received her second MSc degree in Computer Science from Saarland University, the first MSc degree in Control System Engineering from Shiraz University and bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Shiraz University of Technology, Iran. During her Master studies, she worked on fabrication of multi-touch sensors for on-skin interaction. Her research […]

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PEOPLE / Adwait | Sharma

<div class="people-banner"><img class="icon_title" src="https://rammstein.cs.uni-saarland.de/wp-content/uploads/people/staff/HCI_people-1-1190x330-1.jpg" /></div><br><span class="yellow-sm people-title-yellow"><span class="people-ind-title-hci">PEOPLE / Adwait | Sharma</span></span>

Adwait is a PhD student at the Human-Computer Interaction and Interactive Technologies Lab. Prior to his arrival in the group, he was a Masters student at the Media Interaction Lab in Austria where he explored ‘deformation’ based gestures on clothing as an input medium. In the past, he has worked at the National University of Singapore as well as at the UBC Hospital in Vancouver […]

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PEOPLE / Aditya Shekhar | Nittala

<div class="people-banner"><img class="icon_title" src="https://rammstein.cs.uni-saarland.de/wp-content/uploads/people/staff/HCI_people-1-1190x330-1.jpg" /></div><br><span class="yellow-sm people-title-yellow"><span class="people-ind-title-hci">PEOPLE / Aditya Shekhar | Nittala</span></span>

Aditya is a PhD student in the Embodied Interaction Group at the Max Planck Institute for Informatics and Saarland University

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