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Marianna Obrist is a visiting researcher at Culture Lab at Newcastle University and Lecturer in Interaction Design at the University of Sussex, in the Department for Informatics. Marianna spent two years as a Marie Curie Post-Doc Fellow at Culture Lab at Newcastle University, and was previously Assistant Professor in the HCI & Usability Unit of the ICT&S Center at the University of Salzburg, Austria. The focal point of her research is to create a rich and systematic understanding of users experiences with interactive technologies. She particularly investigates the design spectrum for touch, taste, and smell experiences for interactive technologies. More details are available here: http://obrist.info/ and http://multisensory.info/
More information: http://www.obrist.info/
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