I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of Torino, where I lead the Smart Personal Technology Lab at ICxT. I am a member of the SIOS (Smart Interactive Objects and Systems) group. My research is situated within the area of human-computer interaction and focuses on how people interact with self-tracking technologies, wearable devices, video games, gamified applications, and behavior change systems.
I am also interested in qualitative and design research methods as well as in the theoretical and methodological implications of phenomenology and postphenomenology for system design. My work has been published in international journals such as ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems, Human-Computer Interaction, Computers & Education, and the International Journal of Human-Computer Studies. I am associate chair of the program committee of several top-tier international conferences like CHI and CSCW.
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