Iddo Wald

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Digital Media Lab
MZH, Room 6080
Bibliothekstr. 5
D-28359 Bremen

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Research Interests

  • NeuroHCI
  • Neuroscience
  • Sensory substitution
  • Muti-modal interactions
  • Haptics, Shape-changing interfaces
  • Social robotics
  • Human-robot Interaction

Curriculum Vitae

Iddo Wald is a doctoral student at the Digital Media Lab. He is a multidisciplinary researcher, designer and engineer. In the past he worked as an Electrical Engineer for Intel, completed his MA/MSc in Innovation Design Engineering from the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London and co-founded an IoT/wearables medical device startup. He later joined Reichman University’s communications school faculty, where he built and led the design and technology development team at the Media Innovation Lab (milab). Following five years in the research management team, he took part in building and leading the first year of the university's MA in HCI program as Head of Design & Technology Studies.

Before joining the Digital Media Lab, Iddo acted as Chief Design & Technology Officer and co-headed a NeuroHCI research group at Reichman University's Institute for Brain, Cognition & Technology. At the institute he was responsible for the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) aspects of the research work, design and technology development, and oversaw research projects through all stages from conceptualization through design and development to behavioral and neuroimaging experiments.

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