Nima Zargham is a research assistant in the digital media working group at the Technology Center for Computer Science and Information Technology (TZI) at the University of Bremen. His research interests are animation, human-computer interaction (HCI) and voice user interfaces (VUIs), and he is particularly interested in personal assistants and creative animation techniques.
Nima started his Bachelor's degree in "Information Technology" in 2010 at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. He developed an interest in 2D animation and multimedia and designed an online animation and entertainment platform for his bachelor thesis. In 2014 he started his Master of Digital Media at the University of Bremen, where he developed an interest in teaching methods and entertainment and worked in several game and animation projects. In addition, he worked as a front-end developer and UI / UX designer in a company and developed a deeper interest in user experience and usability. In his master thesis, he researched animated micro-interactions on user interfaces, in which he analyzed effects in the area of user friendliness and user experience. Before joining the group, he worked for a year in a software company as a web developer / graphic designer. His research interests include animation, content visualization, entertainment, and teaching methods.